Rachel Korine
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Larry Clark
Spring Breakers
Vanessa Hudgens
Ashley Benson
(Movies & TV)
Selena Gomez
James Franco
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Harmony Korine

Knowledge Identifier: +Harmony_Korine


Harmony Korine

American film director, producer, screenwriter, author and occasional actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1973.

Countries: United States (53%), Florida (14%), France (8%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Rachel Korine, Larry Clark, Spring Breakers

Linked to: Drag City, Hillsboro Comprehensive High School, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts




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Harmony Korine was born in 1973 add something


They had a relationship that ended in the late 1990s add something


Linda Manz - Her only remaining roles were a handful in the late 1990s, including a small role in David Fincher's "The Game", and a larger one in Harmony Korine's "Gummo" in 1997, playing the mother of one of the main characters


Chloe Sevigny - Sevigny encountered young screenwriter and aspiring director Harmony Korine in Washington Square Park in New York City during her senior year of high school in 1993


In 1995 a screenplay for "Kids" was published by Grove Press, followed by a collection of the screenplays for "Gummo", "Julien Donkey-Boy", and "Jokes" in "Collected Screenplays", published by Faber and Faber in 2002 add something


Larry Clark - After publishing other photographic collections, Clark met Harmony Korine in New York City and asked Korine to write the screenplay for his first feature film, "Kids", which was released to controversy and some critical acclaim in 1995


Rosario Dawson - At the age of 15, she was subsequently discovered on her front porch step by photographer Larry Clark and Harmony Korine, where Harmony lauded her as being perfect for a part he had written in his screenplay that would become the controversial 1995 film "Kids"


Kids (film) - "'Kids"' is a 1995 American drama film written by Harmony Korine and directed by Larry Clark


In 1997, Korine's favorite writers were listed as James Thurber, S. J. Perelman, and Flannery O'Connor add something


It premiered at the 24th Telluride Film Festival on August 29, 1997 add something


In 1998 Korine published a book entitled "A Crack Up at the Race Riots", an experimental novel, described as his attempt to write "the Great American Choose Your Own Adventure novel" in his appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman add something


In 1998 he published "The Bad Son" in conjunction with Taka Ishii gallery in Tokyo, documenting his various photo shoots with Macaulay Culkin add something


In 1998, Korine released "The Diary of Anne Frank Pt II", a 40-minute three-screen collage featuring a boy burying his dog, kids in satanic dress vomiting on a Bible, and a man in black-face dancing and singing "My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean" add something


In 1999 Korine and Brian Degraw of Gang Gang Dance released a music CD "SSAB Songs" add something


In a 1999 "Dazed and Confused" magazine article Korine listed his top ten films as: "Pixote" by Hector Babenco, "Badlands" and "Days of Heaven" by Terrence Malick, "Fat City" by John Huston, "Stroszek" by Werner Herzog, "The Killing of a Chinese Bookie" and "A Woman Under the Influence" by John Cassavetes, "McCabe and Mrs. Miller" by Robert Altman, "Out of the Blue" by Dennis Hopper and "Hail Mary" by Jean-Luc Godard add something


"Julien Donkey-Boy", released in 1999, included a signed Dogme 95 manifesto add something


Agnes b. - The one-sheets would eventually draw the attention of filmmaker Harmony Korine, who would begin an artistic collaboration with agn├Ęs in 1999


In 2000 "The Devil, The Sinner, and His Journey" premiered, which featured Korine in black metal corpsepaint as O.J. Simpson and Johnny Depp as Kato Kaelin add something


In 2002, Larry Clark made "Ken Park", based on a script Korine had written several years earlier add something


Jules de Balincourt - In 2006, de Balincourt founded the alternative art space Starr Space in Brooklyn, NY. Starr Space operated for three years and was used for diverse community programming, art events, yoga, weekly farmers market, rock shows, church parties and fundraisers, notable performances and performers such as Ryan Trecartin, Terence Koh, Rita Ackermann, Mirror Mirror, the Slits, Lucky Dragons and Harmony Korine


Korine appeared in the 2007 documentary film "Beautiful Losers" in which his life and career were one of the foci of the film, along with other artists such as Mike Mills, Shepard Fairey, Margaret Kilgallen, Jo Jackson and Barry McGee add something


Jason Pierce - He provided some of the soundtrack for some of Harmony Korine's 2007 film, "Mister Lonely"


Denis Lavant - In 2007, he appeared in Harmony Korine's "Mister Lonely", in which he portrayed a Charlie Chaplin impersonator


In 2008 Harmony Korine was signed to MJZ for worldwide commercial representation add something


In 2008 the screenplay for "Mister Lonely" was released by Swiss publisher Nieves with photographs by Rachel Korine and Brent Stewart add something


The movie was released in 2008 and debuted at Cannes add something


In November 2008, Drag City published a collection of his fanzines called "The Collected Fanzines" with skateboarder/writer Mark Gonzalez add something


In 2009 he published "Pigxote" in conjunction with the Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery and released by Nieves add something


In 2010 Korine collaborated with New York Visual Artist Bill Saylor on the book "Ho Bags add something


In 2011 Korine collaborated with the New York brand Supreme, releasing a set of two skateboard decks featuring original artworks by Korine add something


In March 2011, Korine released a short film entitled Umshini Wam, which is a popular Zulu struggle song meaning "bring me my machine gun" add something


In September 2011, Korine released a short film entitled "Snowballs", sponsored by the Proenza Schouler fashion label add something


Korine's next project was the crime drama "Spring Breakers", which was produced in 2012 in Florida, and starred James Franco, Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, and Korine's wife, Rachel Korine add something


"Spring Breakers" received its world premiere at the 2012 Venice International Film Festival, and later was shown at the Toronto International Film Festival before being released to the general public in March 2013 add something


Principal filming wrapped up on March 30, 2012 add something


Rachel Korine - Married to director Harmony Korine, she is best known for starring in her husband's 2012 crime film "Spring Breakers"


His film "Spring Breakers" was released in 2013 add something


James Franco - In 2013, Franco starred as the gangster "Alien" in Harmony Korine's "Spring Breakers," with Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson, Gucci Mane and Rachel Korine


Korine directed the video clip "Needed Me" by Rihanna which was released on April 21, 2016 add something


Needed Me - The song's accompanying music video was directed by film producer Harmony Korine and premiered on April 20, 2016, in celebration of 420


Korine is due to release his first project in 6 years, "The Beach Bum", in 2019 add something


Zac Efron - In 2019, Efron played a drug-addled libertine in the Harmony Korine film "The Beach Bum", opposite star Matthew McConaughey