She talked about the difficulty she was having raising funding for her next film on the history of the last 30 years of Peru told through the stories of waiters, bartenders, and small shop owners. When she said it was much worse for documentaries in Europe now, Anderson said it is still much better than in the US.
Forever, her film on the Père-Lachaise Cemetery is in Paris where Chopin, Oscar Wilde, Jim Morrison, Marcel Proust, Alice B. Toklas, Gertrude Stein and many others are buried, was screened. Max Goldberg wrote about the documentary for the Bay Guardian. It will be shown again at 7 pm on Wednesday, May 2nd at PFA (which had a retrospective of her films in 2003).
It will be released in September by First Run Films which has distributed several of her films. She said a DVD box set of her films will be out next year.
Originally posted on tigerbeat.vox.com