Jim Jarmusch and Carter Logan’s SQÜRL has been around for 14 years, but Silver Haze marks the duo’s long-player debut. They join us to discuss working with producer Randall Dunn, guests Charlotte Gainsbourg, Anika, and Marc Ribot, and the influence of poet John Ashbery.
Director, musician, and artist Jim Jarmusch joins Transmissions for a wide-ranging talk about his movies, collaborators, and life in upstate New York, where he’s at work on art and music nearly all the time. “I have a kind of slow rhythm to the way I talk, to the music I make, to the films I make.”
Last month saw the long-awaited release of the Criterion edition of Jim Jarmusch’s 1995 existentialist western Dead Man . In addition to 4K restoration, bonus interviews with Jarmusch and Gary Farmer, […]
In Jim Jarmusch’s beatific Paterson, Adam Driver plays a bus driving poet named Paterson, living in Paterson, New Jersey. It’s a film guided by patterns: the patterns Paterson’s wife Laura […]
Music is never incidental in a Jim Jarmusch movie. It’s part of his films’ DNA, a through line running through his characters’ black comedy gags and existential wanderings. There’s no […]
(Next year Jim Jarmusch will once again take direct part in a soundtrack to one of his films, working with lutist Jozef van Wissem for the vampire romance Only Lovers Left Alive . The […]
Let’s turn for a moment to the Netflix review section for Jim Jarmusch’s 2009 existential thriller The Limits of Control : “Bored me to death. I’ve never seen a more droll and excruciating film.” […]