Magnificent Obsessions

The timeless dystopian vision of Terry Gilliam's Brazil
by Holly Gilliam and Michael Connor   posted Jun 15, 2011

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Jonathan Pryce (left) in Brazil, directed by Terry Gilliam
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THE AUTHOR

Holly Dubois Gilliam, the younger daughter of Terry Gilliam, is a film lawyer for high-profile clients including major and mini Hollywood studios and select independent production companies. Prior to her career in law, she worked in film PR and production. Outside of her legal work, she is currently co-producing a feature-length animation movie as well as developing a retrospective book and exhibition of her father's life work.

Michael Connor is a curator specializing in cinema and its relationship to contemporary art. He co-curated 'Essential Cinema', the opening exhibition of the TIFF Bell Lightbox and the permanent exhibition 'Screen Worlds' at ACMI in Melbourne, Australia. From 2005 to 2007, he was Head of Exhibitions at the British Film Institute.

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