Interview with Bruno Dumont

The director of "Li'l Quinquin" discusses his filmmaking.
Ricky D'Ambrose

In this interview, recorded during the 2014 New York Film Festival, Bruno Dumont characterizes the (anti) naturalism of his films, his preference for cinemascope and direct sound, and the tragicomic Li'l Quinquin, released this year in the United States by Kino Lorber.

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