VBS TV Interview with Maurice Sendak!

Via elephant journal
on Mar 5, 2010
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VBS TV, self described as:

an online broadcast network that streams free original content 24 hours a day. We carry a mix of domestic and international news, pop and underground culture coverage, and the best music in the world. People have used words like eclectic, smart, funny, shocking, and revolutionary to describe VBS, but we prefer to simply think of ourselves as the future of all media. Join us as we fulfill every utopian vision the internet has failed to live up to so far

has a cool segment done by Spike Jonze, who also is the creative director of VBS TV, in which he hangs out all day with and interviews ”someone special,’ which in the past have included M.I.A., Shane Smith and Kanye West.  This time he chose Maurice Sendak, the great American author and illustrator of the famous children’s book “Where the Wild Things Are,” which was recently made into a major motion picture directed by Jonze himself.

Check out the website and video clip from above here!

Trailer for where the “Where the Wild Things Are”


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