Guy Maddin is a Canadian filmmaker known for his contemporary use of film styles associated with silent and early sound cinema. He has directed ten feature films (including My Winnipeg, The Saddest Music in the World and Brand Upon the Brain!) and a cornucopia of shorts, while also creating several installation works.

Guy was in Toronto to be honoured as part of Canada’s Top Ten Films for his latest work, Keyhole, and graciously sat down with us for a drink at Unlovable and a conversation about his body of work.



This feature interview is from the first issue of The Seventh Art, which was released in February 2012.