Directed by Jeremy Marre
Drone cinematography at Steamer Lane in Santa Cruz, California.
Hal Lasko is a 97-year old Grandpa who spends his day making art in Microsoft Paint.
For the Japanese fashion label juné rope.
Keeping himself company with unknown people.
A short film by Ben Kitnick and Saxon Richardson.
The fashion video lookbook equivalent of Romain Gavras’ “Bad Girls” music video for M.I.A. This one is directed by Partel Oliva for KENZO.
Behold the trailer for the upcoming Calvin & Hobbes documentary
A documentary directed by Robert Carl Cohen and “described by Variety as a “flippy, trippy psychedelic guide to Hollywood”.” This is awesome, watch it.
Due out this fall, The Wes Anderson Collection is “a book-length conversation between Anderson critic Matt Zoller Seitz” that navigates readers through Anderson’s life and career. Pre-order now.
If you don’t find your fashion on Seventh Avenue, Chloë is the It Girl with a street-smart style and a down-low attitude.
A 1994 New Yorker profile of Chloë Sevigny.
Walking in the footsteps of The Beatles across Abbey Road.
BBC gets the jump on that upcoming film Finding Vivian Maier by producing an hour long documentary about the brilliant reclusive nanny hoarder photographer.
(final part after the jump)
Directed by Werner Herzog
“Ahead of the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics, the oldest favela in Rio de Janeiro, home to thousands, is seeing a $65 million redevelopment project which includes a cable car, funicular tram and new roads. The bulk of this investment will not reach the inhabitants. With 832 houses marked for demolition (nearly one third of the community), the expropriation procedure is deeply affecting the lives of the people who only recently had celebrated the pacification process that had freed the historic slum from a history of violence.
In September/October 2012, Portuguese urban artist Vhils and his team spent a month at Providência developing an art project that spoke out to the people in the light of the expropriation and demolition process, carving the portraits of some of those who have been evicted on what remained of their homes.”
The trailer for the 1974 Saul Bass film.
The Director’s cut.