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Director Larry Clark Helming Erotic Movie

Porn Valley- Mainstream photographer and director Larry Clark who did the movie Another Day in Paradise with James Woods and Melanie Griffith and who is currently in post production on a movie about the skateboard society, is looking for a “virgin”. Not any old virgin but a virgin to work with two female porn performers, and Robert Lombard of www.creativeimagemgmt.com is doing the casting.

Lombard met Clark some time back on another project that involved shooting a calendar for a skateboard company. “Months ago I was hired by a producer to cast this bigh high end calendar for a company called Supreme,” says Lombard. “They’re an up and coming skateboard company. They do a calendar a year. They didn’t want porn stars. The producer didn’t want to hire a bunch of elite girls with boundaries.” But they hired five porn girls anyway through Lombard, including Cassidy, Dee, Monique Alexander, Jassie and Domino.

Lombard didn’t think he got along with Clark on that project. “He was very dark, very much to himself.” The casting session for that project had a 110 girls, Lombard remembers.

Clark then called Lombard out of the blue stating that he wanted to take a meeting. Lombard told him he didn’t cast mainstream-stuff but Clark said he had a project that he had been commissioned to do. From what Clark told Lombard, a large museum in New York commissioned Clark and four other well known artists to each do a 10 to 20 minute art film on their take of eroticism. According to Lombard, one of the people shot a guy walking in the dessert, naked, jerking off. “This is all about the look, the lighhting, the texture,” explains Lombard lest someone gets the wrong impression.

“It’s going to be shown in the Museum of Art in New York and offered as a DVD to the patrons and the customers of the museaum,” says Lombard. For his movie, Clark wants to shoot a first-time teenager, 18 to 21 who’s never had sex on camera. This, of course, wouldn’t rule out his personal life, but under the best of circumstances Clark would prefer the same status there as well, says Lombard.

“He wants to shoot this with two adult girls, full on sex, condom-optional but it’s going to be done in a very artsy way,” says Lombard. “One scene is going to take two days to shoot. The girls are going to work two days. They’re going to get paid full rates and the young kid is going to get paid $800 working for two days and whatever happens, happens. If he can’t perform, they won’t make fun of him. It’ll be just what it is.”

The casting session will be taped as well. “They have the rights to use their talking heads while they’re being interviewed, so that’s part of the film.” Each person who comes to the audition is going to be paid fifty bucks as well. Lombard, whose assistant has really been networking this thing, says he’s already got twenty males interested in doing the project.

“This is going to be done very professionally,” says Lombard who admitted to some misgivings at first when he heard about the project. Lombard will also be casting the women, mentioning that Clark wants “non-recognizable” girls, all natural. It was Lombard’s suspicion that LA Direct had the kind of girls they were looking for.

“But they have to be comfortable with having sex with someone who will be tested, of course,” says Lombard. “We’re paying for the kid’s testing. We’ll cast him on the 9th. We’ll make our casting decision on the 10th. He’ll be tested immediately and tested again with a window enough on the production because I want two tests under his belt.”

The shoot itself Is March 18th and 19th. But here comes the hook. Whoever is cast will have to be sequestered like a juror. “We’re going to have him in a hotel room on the 16th until he shoots- under my assistant’s supervision,” says Lombard who got the same horse laugh from Clark as I gave him. “Here’s the problem with these young guys,” Lombard explains. “They’re going to start thinking about getting a chance to have sex with porn stars. What’s going to happen? They’re going to go out drinking with their buddies and do whatever they do. Some girl will go wow, you’re more appealing than I thought, have sex with him and the guy catches something. I said let’s put him in a hotel, watch him and we get more behind the scenes. Here’s a kid that’s going to be paid Evan Stone rates.”

Lombard said he told Clark he should get a good camera operator and recommended Jim Di Giorgio.

The Clark biog from Yahoo: Whether you regard his films a tragic reflection on the state of disenfranchised youth or exploitational trash that actually encourages the questionable behavior he claims to spotlight, there’s no denying that former social renegade photographer turned controversial filmmaker Larry Clark has forced a generation of parents and children to take pause and consider their relationships to each other and the tragedy that can result from negligence and lack of communication.

An artist who readily admits to his sometimes dangerous youth serving as inspiration for his often disturbing ventures into the world of teenage sex, violence, and drug abuse, Clark’s films are consistent in their uncompromising approach to the darker side of teen angst. Often viewing such shocking activities in agonizing detail, Clark has been labeled everything from child pornographer to visionary genius.

A photographer long before he moved into motion pictures, the future filmmaker led a sometimes violent youth during his tenure at Central High School in Tulsa, OK. Obsessed with capturing the sometimes morbid beauty of youthful depravity, Clark documented his youth in black-and-white stills (Tulsa) before studying under Walter Sheffer and Gerrard Baker at the Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, WI.

Subsequently releasing such luridly titled photo collections as Teenage Lust, Clark moved into the realm of motion pictures in 1995 with the highly controversial Kids. Drawing equal measures of praise and criticism due to its unflinching portrayal of amoral urban teens, Kids sent the nation’s parents into a frenzy of paranoia and became one of the first unrated films to receive wide release and general critical acceptance. With it’s pseudo-documentary feel and startlingly frank dialogue, Kids proved an effective wake-up call to both teens and parents alike regarding such topics as drugs, sexually transmitted diseases, and violence among disaffected youth. The film also proved a career igniter for its youthful writer, Harmony Korine, who subsequently forged a directorial career with such controversial Dogma 95 efforts as Gummo (1997) and Julien Donkey-Boy (1999).

Wanting to take a more personal approach for his next effort, Clark referred to his questionable youthful exploits as the groundwork for the notably more polished Another Day in Paradise (1998). Though it sported such recognizable actors as James Woods and Melanie Griffith, Paradise retained the base of Kids’ primary themes but presented them in a markedly more traditional and palpable fashion. Though Clark’s own personal insight lent itself well to the tale of corrupted youth and the destructive life groundwork it can lay, once again the controversial nature of the film found it playing theatrically in only limited runs, only without the attention Kids had received (possibly due to its more conventional presentation).

Though the film performed moderately well in limited release, it was soon relegated to showings on late-night cable television, where it would eventually find a somewhat receptive audience in those who had missed its obscure theatrical run. Undissuaded by the general indifference with which the public greeted Another Day in Paradise, Clark pressed on with his development of yet another suburban nightmare, this time rooted even closer to reality than his previous two efforts. Based on the chilling real-life murder of a Florida teen who traumatized those around him with physical and psychological abuse, Bully once again opted for a more traditional Hollywood-style approach and took Clark’s familiar themes to the lengths of excess.

Though some complained that with the excessive nudity and frequent teen sex scenes the film was more interested in flesh than substance (star Bijou Phillips lashed out at Clark following the film’s premier due to some particularly revealing shots and one of the accused teens voiced strong objection to her portrayal in the film), Clark’s supportive fan-base hailed the film as another challenging and effective effort from the fearless director.

Next forsaking reality for a remake of Roger Corman’s Teenage Caveman, Clark nevertheless retained his trademark theme of teenage rage while also finding time to include nearly enough sex and nudity among its young stars to qualify as softcore porn.

 

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