Brooklyn Rail
| by Duncan Ranslem

Associate Professor of Global Studies Maple Razsa was featured in the Sept. 7 “In Conversation” section of the Brooklyn Rail about his latest film, The Maribor Uprising, how he got his start in filmmaking, and his other projects. Among the questions asked by interviewer Duncan Ranslem was “What’s at stake in collaboration for you?” to which Razsa responded, “I’m committed to making intellectually and artistically ambitious films that embody the radical political imagination of contemporary social movements. This means they are preposterously labor intensive and will never make money. I need comrades to produce this kind of work and friends to work through the endless challenges, otherwise this would be such lonely work—and I’ve been lucky to work with such wonderful collaborators!”

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