Check out NYT Profile of Alex Ross Perry, director of MFF 2011’s THE COLOR WHEEL

Alex Ross Perry directed “The Color Wheel,” starring himself and Carlen Altman. Photo courtesy of Alex Ross Perry/Cinema Conservancy.

Check out Dennis Lim‘s The New York Times profile of Alex Ross Perry, whose THE COLOR WHEEL (MFF 2011) opens in New York this Friday.

“AT 27 the New York filmmaker Alex Ross Perry already has two features to his name, both notable for their eccentric ambition and estrangement from the larger landscape of American indie cinema — or perhaps their opposition to it. In a field where so many others are conditioned to produce work that is eager to please, Mr. Perry’s films — the oddball war movie “Impolex” (released last year) and the brother-sister psychodrama-comedy “The Color Wheel” (opening at BAMcinématek on Friday) — are determinedly individual and abrasive, even downright unassimilable.”

Click here for full article in The New York Times!

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