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The fourth issue of Wholphin is a Double DVD and features Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard lying to one another; the FBI mistaking an artist for a bioterrorist; Scottish 9-year-olds singing “Satan Rocks” at their country fair; an episode of the Russian “Married... with Children” re-scripted; an Academy Award nominated short; nuns; retired chimpanzees; plaster casters; and films from France, Morocco, New Zealand and the U.K.
This issue will also include a bonus disc featuring the final installment of Adam Curtis's The Power of Nightmares. Part Three: “The Shadows in the Cave.”
10 films. 173 minutes.
Distributed by Tubemogul.
The debut issue of Wholphin includes Spike Jonze's revealing, and never publicly screened, portrait of Al Gore, made during the election campaign of 1999; an excerpt from David O. Russell's controversial film on U.S. soldiers in Iraq; Miguel Arteta and Miranda July's beautiful short Are You The Favorite Person Of Anybody?; a bewildered Selma Blair's eventful visit to the gynecologist; a Turkish sitcom resubtitled by several notable writers; some rare 1970s Iranian animation which was smuggled out of the country; a Dutch artist singing classic rock backward; and a sudden and unexplained appearance by David Byrne.
13 films. 155 minutes. Distributed by Tubemogul.
The fifth issue of Wholphin features an adaptation of Michael Chabon's short story "House Hunting," starring Paul Rudd and Zoey Deschanel; the world champion, one-handed, blind-folded Rubik's Cube master; the ancient art of tree-hanging; an Oscar-nominated animated short; an infuriating expose of the U.S. governments arm twisting, horse thieving assault on two Shoshone Indian grannies; giant paper airplanes; drunk bees; meat puppets; and a short film about Darfuri rebels literally smuggled out of Sudan in the back of a horse cart.
12 films. 155 minutes. Distributed by Tubemogul.
The second issue of Wholphin includes Steven Soderbergh's intense sci-fi homage to Godard; the Japanese "Bewitched" rescripted by Daniel Handler and writers of the Daily Show; a hallucinogenic tale of murder and absolution, featuring Boris Karloff's melting head; Donald Trump channeling Citizen Kane; two Oscar-nominated shorts; a miraculous, scientific discovery 7000 feet below sea; a gothic horror mystery about an aeronautical navigator, his plague-ridden home, and the blood-sucking beast with the antiserum; American Storage, a short that is soon to become a feature; an instructional video on "poke-poling a monkey-faced eel"; and a special moment with Andy Ritcher.
This issue will also include a free bonus disc containing Part One of Adam Curtis's highly acclaimed documentary, The Power of Nightmares, which follows the simultaneous rise of Islamic fundamentalism and American neoconservative thought.
14 films. 157 minutes.
Includes bonus disk! 40 pages of interviews and more. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Directed by Lisa Chang and Thomas Sigel
Starring Selma Blair and Elias Koteas
Produced by Daniel Dubiecki
Story by Alison Smith from McSweeney's No 11
From Wholphin Issue No. 1
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