Panel Borders: The art of Marc Caro
In the first of a month of shows looking at the crossover between comics and film, Alex Fitch talks to director Marc Caro about his experiences in both media, how working in bande dessinée led to animation, how animation led to live action film. Marc talks about his work appearing in Metal Hurlant with Enki Bilal and Moebius and how the work of Spiegelman and Satrapi made the form more respectable. Also, Alex and Marc talk about his work designing the comic book adaptation Blueberry, how his colleagues Jean Pierre Jeunet and Pitof fared in America making Alien Resurrection and Catwoman respectively and what it was like making his first film – Dante 01 – without his famous Delicatessen collaborator.The interview was recorded before and after a screening of The City of Lost Children at Sci-Fi London. Please note: the show is in English and French with translation by Virginie Sélavy.
For more info about this podcast and a variety of formats you can stream or download, please visit the home of this episode at www.archive.org
Links: Wikipedia and IMDb pages on Marc Caro
Buy Marc’s books from www.amazon.fr
French illustration and comics blog – Doury is dead
Listen to Alex’s panel discussion with Marc and four other directors about low budget SF filmmaking at Sci-Fi London
Brilliant podcast. Really interesting. I’ve never heard of this site before but it seems great and I’ll definitely be back in the future. I’m doing research on Jean-Pierre Jeunet and his influences so this interview is great.