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Blacklisted artists exhibited

By Contributing Writer

November 29, 2011

By Corey Stolzenbach, Contributing WriterWhat if you were an artist forced to work under a dictatorial government?The art exhibit, “Unfree Freedom: An Exploration of Identity in Central Europe,” opened on Oct. 29 and is curated by Janeil Englestad of threewalls, a cultural organization in Chicago that focuses on cultivating art.The showcase includes the work of blacklisted artists created during oppressive European regimes an...

‘Jackass-3D’ creators wax poetic on three-dimensional bodily fluids

By Contributing Writer

October 18, 2010

by: Sean Lechowicz, Contributing WriterThe Chronicle had the chance to mix it up and chat with Johnny Knoxville and director Jeff Tremaine of “Jackass 3-D”, which opened on Oct. 15. They elaborated on the willingness of the crew to reassemble and once again ravage their bodies for our entertainment’s sake. Knoxville and company jumped at the opportunity to take the mayhem into the 3-D realm.The Chronicle: Whose idea was...

‘Extracting’ the truth from Mike Judge

By David Orlikoff

September 7, 2009

Writer/director Mike Judge has built a career on animation. He started out in the early ’90s making shorts leading to his creation of the iconic “Beavis and Butt-head” for MTV in ’93.  His next major project, “King of the Hill,” began in ’97 and prolific though his work in animation had been, Judge didn’t become a household name until after the release of his first live-action feature, Office Space in ’99. Ope...

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