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Captured Ghosts “here’s where I think I am today”

Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts
A Sequart/Respect Films Co-Production
Directed by Patrick Meaney
Shot/Produced by Jordan Rennert
Executive Produced by Mike Phillips and Julian Darius

Unlike Mr Ellis, I am quite happy to see the new CAPTURED GHOSTS trailer. I’ll be even happier when I see the documentary. More details featured on Wired.

Featuring the most extensive interview Ellis has ever given, as well as spirited testimonials from disciples and pals like Joe Quesada, Molly Crapabble and Jeff Newelt, the work-in-progress documentary shines a light on one of the comics industry’s few visionaries. Coupled with Meaney’s previous film about Morrison and Dez Vylenz’s superb 2003 documentary The Mindscape of Alan Moore, Captured Ghosts will round out a cinematic holy trinity offering comics noobs a crash course on the medium and its mind-wiping messengers.

Warren Ellis on Charlie Sheen’s Warped Charm - “This is a man(Charlie Sheen) who’s shot a girlfriend before.”

"Just a constantly disappointed optimist"

What people are saying about CAPTURED GHOSTS

"A puppet resembling Warren Ellis appears throughout "Captured Ghosts””

The scribe insists that he is not a cynic, but rather a frustrated optimist. The characters in his work are endlessly trying to create a better world but are stopped by those who do not want that kind of place.
[…]
Also shown was a clip of a puppet looking startlingly like Ellis, with the beard, hat, cigarettes and all, but voiced by Ellis. At this point a puppeteer appeared with the prop from the film, the puppet clutching a can of Red Bull, of course.

"A puppet resembling Warren Ellis appears throughout "Captured Ghosts””

The scribe insists that he is not a cynic, but rather a frustrated optimist. The characters in his work are endlessly trying to create a better world but are stopped by those who do not want that kind of place.

[…]

Also shown was a clip of a puppet looking startlingly like Ellis, with the beard, hat, cigarettes and all, but voiced by Ellis. At this point a puppeteer appeared with the prop from the film, the puppet clutching a can of Red Bull, of course.