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OCCULTURE


May 16, 2019

Hopefully you’ve got your creativity caps on, because our guest this time around is Carl Abrahamsson. He’s making his third appearance on the show, and much like the previous two, this one is rooted in human artistic expression.

Carl was here twice last year talking about his book Occulture, but he’s here this time to rap about a recent documentary he put out called Cinemagician: Conversations with Kenneth Anger, which is about exactly what it sounds like it’s about. Carl recorded a couple conversations with highly regarded independent filmmaker Kenneth Anger about his life, his work and the artistic process that is filmmaking. Good stuff, and you will hear all about it, as well as some tidbits on an upcoming documentary Carl’s producing about Anton LaVey, a conference he’s putting on at the end of May in the Italian Alps, and a juicy Patreon extension about what Carl calls our human poetry.

So if that sounds like your tune, then let’s jam.

 

PATREON EXTENSION

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  • Our human poetry
  • Social media conditioning
  • Being visible in physical reality
  • Giving chance a chance

 

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MUSIC

Vestron Vulture - “I Want to Be a Robot (Tribute to Giorgio Moroder)”

 

PRODUCTION & LICENSING

This podcast is produced in the Kingdom of Ohio and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International.

Executive Producers: Mike K., Carter Y., Mauricio G., Daniel R., Kelly C., Bruce H., Marcelo T., Christopher B., Timothy W., Nick F., Michael Q., Jamaica J., Mute Ryan, John W., Paul S., Andy E., Colleen F., Saliyah S., Raymond G., Kevin C., Michael S., Kyle A., Megan B., Kaleb H.

 

REMINDER

Love yourself. Think for yourself. Question authority.