David Cronenberg directed a short film Imagine his death
Cronenberg’s daughter Caitlin is auctioning off the short film “The Death of David Cronenberg”.
David Cronenberg is currently filming “Crimes of the Century,” his first feature-length project since the release of “Maps to the Stars” seven years ago, but it turns out fans don’t have to wait to get theirs. dose of the new Cronenberg. . The director has made a one-minute short called “The Death of David Cronenberg” which is auctioned off on SuperRare by his daughter, Caitlin Cronenberg. Watch a teaser for the short here.
The official description for Cronenberg’s new short film from SuperRare reads: âThe Death of David Cronenberg is a one-minute short film written by and starring filmmaker, screenwriter and actor David Cronenberg. âThe Death of David Cronenbergâ features the subject standing in a small dimly lit room. He wears a robe and looks deep into the camera before his gaze turns to a still figure in a bed. The film, a collaboration with Cronenberg’s daughter Caitlin, who shot and produced the film, explores mortality, surrealism, and the metamorphosis of life and death.
Like Cronenberg’s return to feature filmmaking, âCrimes of the Centuryâ is now filmed in Greece and is supported by Neon. The film will reunite Cronenberg with his Oscar nominee âHistory of Violenceâ and âEastern Promisesâ, Viggo Mortensen. The cast also includes LÃ©a Seydoux, Kristen Stewart, Scott Speedman, Welket BunguÃ©, Don McKellar and Lihi Kornowski.
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Earlier this year, frequent Cronenberg collaborator Viggo Mortensen told GQ they were preparing to shoot a secret project this summer. “It’s something he wrote a long time ago, and he never did,” the actor told the magazine. âNow he’s refined it and he wants to shoot it. Hopefully it will be this summer that we shoot. I would say, without revealing the story, that it is perhaps going back to its origins.