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Movie Trailer: Iconoclast

By Mike Everleth ⋅ August 10, 2011

Embedded above is a trailer crafted for the upcoming screening of the documentary Iconoclast, directed by Larry Wessel, which will occur at the 12th annual Melbourne Underground Film Festival. The fest runs on Aug. 19-28 and Iconoclast will screen on Aug. 24 at 7:00 p.m.

Iconoclast is a portrait of Boyd Rice, the controversial underground artist and musician. Rice was one of the originators of the Industrial Music scene of the 1970s and he’s gone on to create art and write several books. And he’s friends with both Charles Manson and Marilyn Manson.

This is a truly epic documentary, clocking in at about 4 hours long. (The MUFF screening is spread out over two back-to-back sessions.) In addition to Rice’s participation, the documentary features interviews with diverse figures such as Ray Dennis Steckler, Allison Anders, Adam Parfrey, Gidget Gein, Stanton LaVey and Rodney Bingenheimer.

For more info on the film, please visit the official Iconoclast website.

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