Wholphin #1 DVD

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Wholphin is a quarterly DVD magazine, lovingly encoded with the best short movies, documentaries, and uncategorizable films. If it's good, rare, new, or unseen, it's on Wholphin.

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The debut issue of Wholphin includes Spike Jonze's revealing, and never publicly screened, portrait of Al Gore, made during the election campaign of 1999; an excerpt from David O. Russell's controversial film on U.S. soldiers in Iraq; Miguel Arteta and Miranda July's beautiful short Are You The Favorite Person Of Anybody?; a bewildered Selma Blair's eventful visit to the gynecologist; a Turkish sitcom resubtitled by several notable writers; some rare 1970s Iranian animation which was smuggled out of the country; a Dutch artist singing classic rock backward; and a sudden and unexplained appearance by David Byrne.

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Author Brent Hoff (editor)
Publisher McSweeney's Books
Page Count 40pp
Publication Size 5.5 x 7.5
Publication Notes Hardcover, Color, 155 mins., DVD
Publication Date April 2008
ISBN 978-1932416961

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