Larry Clark On His New Film “Marfa Girl”

Photographer and director Larry Clark has been both praised and criticized for his provocative depictions of youth, sexuality, and subcultures in films like “Kids” and “Bully” now he delves into familar territory with his first film in seven years, “Marfa Girl.”

The film focuses on a young man named “Adam” who lives Marfa, a West Texas border town where the worlds of Mexican-Americans, border patrol police, artists, and ranchers often collide.

Clark sat down with Nowness to talk about the project and why he has released through his website exclusively instead of theaters.

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