A round-up of what’s been happening on the rest of IFC.com:
+ Interview: Wayne Coyne on “Christmas on Mars” – The Flaming Lips frontman on his first feature, the Large Hadron Collider, “90210” and space ovens.
+ Interview: Chuck Palahniuk on “Choke” – The “Fight Club” author on the latest adaptation of his work, making people faint and coded security announcements.
+ On DVD: Aki KaurismÃ¤ki’s Proletariat Trilogy, “Shadow” – Michael Atkinson on Criterion’s new set of three films from the Finnish master of deadpan and a “mysterious and rarely discussed work” from the Polish New Wave.
+ IFC News Podcast #95: From Fantastic Fest – Matt Singer and I report, a little worse for the wear, from the country’s largest genre festival in Austin, TX.
+ Opening This Week: Ladyboys, sex addicts, Spike Lee – Neil Pedley rounds up what’s new in theaters.
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[Photo: “Christmas on Mars,” Cinema Purgatorio/Warner Bros., 2008]