Directed by Matt Bieler
The video album (1987)
After showing you the shoot’em in the dicks clip, we thought you might want to see the whole film.
A Rising Tide: The India Surf Story
Matthew Barney’s new film in collaboration with composer Jonathan Bepler makes its world premiere at BAM on February 12th, and runs through February 16th, 2014. Based around Norman Mailer’s novel Ancient Evenings, the nearly 6-hour epic is set in Los Angeles, Detroit, and New York, paralleling the story of “Egyptian gods and the seven stages of reincarnation” with the “rise and fall of the American car industry.”
Angela Boatwright documents youth culture in this 4-part film series for Vans’ new #livingoffthewall project.
A magnificent stop-motion film written, directed, fabricated, and animated by Kirsten Lepore.
“A girl journeys through a vibrant, pulsing, macrocosmic landscape, but a precipitous incident compels her to venture up a mountain in an attempt to save herself.”
Directed by Michael Schultz
by Miranda July
The First Graffiti Artist is a 1976 student documentary by Ian Potts featuring artist Walter Kershaw. In between catching a tag and riding his motorcycle around town, Walter talks about the necessity for colorful murals in the ‘muted’ industrial surroundings of North West England, and how his main goal is to cheer commuters up as they pass by in the distance.
Written, directed, and starred in by Sid Lavarents
Enchanting behind-the-scenes footage of ‘The Casino Scene’ from the 1965 James Bond movie ‘Thunderball.’
Gavin McInnes stars in this dark comedy about a dying man recording life lessons for his unborn son.
On Netflix March 15th
Three years before Pootie Tang, Louis C.K. wrote and directed a feature length movie shot on black and white 16mm film. Starring Steve Carell, JB Smoove, Wanda Sykes and Conan O’Brien amongst others, Louis wrote each character specifically for his comedian friends. While we’ve yet to watch it, the film is now up on his website to download for $5. Think of the purchase as you helping to finance Louie’s next movie, which he has promised to use some of the profits for.
by David & Nathan Zellner
Directed by Graeme Clifford
Directed by Jake Sumner