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- Posted on Mar 17th 2010 7:20AM by Barnaby Smith
Speaking at SXSW about his new film 'A Thorn In The Heart', Frenchman Gondry said, "We have a very ambitious project, a sort of scientific musical [it's a movie], but maybe more for museums. Like a 40-minute IMAX project in 3-D."
According to Pitchfork, Bjork's publicist has not confirmed the story, but such a thing would be fitting for the pair, who memorably combined to make Bjork's 'Bachelorette' video in 1997, which told the surreal story of a girl who finds a book buried in her garden that starts to write itself. Gondry also directed Bjork's 'Isobel', 'Hyper-Ballad' and more recently, 'Declare Independence.'
Bjork hasn't released a studio album since 2007's 'Volta', though she is contributing a song to the forthcoming Finnish children's movie, 'Moomins and the Comet Chase,' due for release later this year.
Gondry, meanwhile, has revealed his disdain for Lady Gaga, stating he is not interested in working with the singer, and that "it's hard for me to talk about it; I've seen a couple of videos of hers, and not for very long. I stop watching them each time because I don't think there's melodies. I'm sorry to be negative."