Eugene Jarecki, Chilly Gonzales and Beatrice Dillon
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26 August 2018
We meet film-maker Eugene Jarecki to hear about ‘The King’, his new documentary about Elvis and the American dream. Plus: musician Chilly Gonzales joins us to discuss his new album ‘Solo Piano III’ and we hear from artist and producer Beatrice Dillon about her recent work and appearance at Berlin Atonal festival.
26 August 2018
Filmmaker Eugene Jarecki has turned his documentary camera to topics ranging from the US military-industrial complex in “Why We Fight” to his home nation’s war on drugs in “The House I Live In”. Now he’s filmed another unflinching documentary about a different US icon – Elvis Presley. He joins us to explain why it’s part love letter to a cultural icon and part reflection on the modern-day state of a nation.
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Canadian musician Chilly Gonzales has been making tunes ranging from art-prank hip hop to melodic cameos with artists ranging from Drake to Daft Punk. Now he’s back with a new album, “Solo Piano III”, a new film about his career – and more.
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