A short documentary about NY’s East Village in 1983
Who knew Ohio had such an affection for turning dangerous, exotic animals into household pets? This documentary from 2010 looks into all of that.
In related news, peep this Daily story about the nation’s largest exotic-pet auction in Amish country.
A 2004 documentary by Philip Anagnos about electric dance music pioneer Bruce Haack.
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A little mystery to get wrapped up in this morning.
Written & Directed by Adam Butcher
A film by Harmony Korine for Proenza Schouler
“a short, sharp film about ambition and toasters.”
Directed and edited by Jason Goldwatch
A never before published short film by Casey Neistat for the 2007 release of the iPhone.
So there used to be a bunch of beach at the bottom of Manhattan? Bye Bye Monkey was made in 1978, directed by Marco Ferreri and stars Gérard Depardieu, Marcello Mastroianni and James Coco.
Thanks to Reyes for turning me on to this wacky film.
Supreme’s latest series of art decks consists of two by Harmony Korine, including the deck above featuring Macaulay Culkin.
Available instore and online October 6th.
Support this new film about the Vogel’s, the cutest little art collectors in all the world. They’re about to donate 50 pieces of art to 50 different museums, one in each state.
A clip of Margaret Kilgallen in Tokyo in 2000. Part of Cheryl Dunn’s film Creative Life Store.
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A documentary chronicling how after 41 years of playing NBA basketball in Seattle, the SuperSonics were moved to Oklahoma and became the Thunder.
A series of diptychs made between 2003 and 2006 by Kristan Horton juxtaposing stills from Stanley Kubrick’s film with his own miniature interpretation using household objects.