Kate Moss Thursdays

Nick Knight – The More Visible They Make Me, The More Invisible I Become (1995)

Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery

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Of course you’re gonna buy this. And a blu-ray player, too.

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Weekend Watching: Story Of A Junkie (1987)

Directed by Lech Kowalski

John Spacely is your tour guide through the terror ridden streets of New York’s East Village. Known as Alphabet City, it was the drug supermarket of the modern world. Growing up in California, John Spacely had everything going for him…or did he? He arrived in the Big Apple as a young man hoping to make his fortune and find his identity. What he found was the dark and desperate world of drugs.

The First Rule of Creativity is Not To Talk About Creativity

But creative people don’t always follow rules…

Inspiring Creativity, a short film created by the international cultural diplomacy organization, Liberatum.

Featuring Diana Picasso, Hans Zimmer, Inez van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Academy Award nominee James Franco, Joan Smalls, Johan Lindeberg, Jonas Mekas, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Nico Muhly, Karen Elson, Karim Rashid, Klaus Biesenbach, Academy Award nominee Lee Daniels, Lola Montes Schnabel, Marilyn Minter, Mark Romanek, Tracey Emin, Moby, Paul Schrader, and TED founder Richard Saul Wurman.

Trailer Party


 
Films opening in theaters this weekend
 

The Immigrant

On the mean streets of Manhattan, Ewa falls prey to Bruno, a charming but wicked man who takes her in and forces her into prostitution.

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Bobby Puleo – Clues About The Rest Of The World

A short film by Tobin Yelland

Printables

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Larry Clark’s New Kids by Pamela Pianezza

Twenty years after Larry Clark reinvented street cinema with Kids, he’s doing it all over again with a crew of young Parisians. 
They tell us about the perils of working with genius

If In Doubt Paddle Out

Written & Directed by Andrew R. Blackman

A journey of self discovery and surfing. Because you will never find yourself until you find your wave kook!

via, GQ

The Art and Science of Computer Data Recovery

The fascinating story behind the unearthing of Andy Warhol’s lost Amiga works.

via, gizmodo

Weekend Watching: Ken Park (2002)

Directed by Larry Clark & Ed Lachman

Excellence Comes Only After Years of Toil

The Gun Maker

via, doobybrain

Trailer Party


 
Films opening in theaters this weekend

God’s Pocket

When Mickey’s crazy stepson Leon is killed in a construction ‘accident’, nobody in the working class neighborhood of God’s Pocket is sorry he’s gone. Mickey tries to bury the bad news with the body, but when the boy’s mother demands the truth, Mickey finds himself stuck in a life and death struggle between a body he can’t bury, a wife he can’t please and a debt he can’t pay.

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Punk the Capital

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A documentary tracing the late 1970s Punk scene in Washington D.C. to the harDCore explosion of the early 1980s.

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Lovesick Stargazer

A portrait of Angel Eyedealism, who—according to both Google and Yelp—is the top astrologer in New York City.

Directed by Colin Archdeacon

I DECIDED TO LEAVE

A fantastic narrative thread in this film by Daniel Britt

Cool Worlds: The Animation of Ralph Bakshi

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Fans of Ralph Bakshi are in luck. Starting May 9th and continuing through the 20th, BAMcinématek will be screening seven of the Brooklyn legend’s films including Coonskin, Fritz the Cat, Wizards, and Cool World. Known for being 100% opposite of Disney, this is a rare chance to see Bakshi’s weird, perverted fantasy world on the big screen. For more information on showtimes, click here

LU.CU.MA is a Tough One

Once a blood thirsty criminal in jail for 27 years, Peruvian artist LU.CU.MA is content now with just making pictures.

The Most Unbalanced Man in the World

“Deli owner Salam Kahil is an art collector, a former male escort, an amateur musician, and a sandwich maker to the homeless in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside but his true passion is talking about blowjobs.”

Trailer Party

Films opening in theaters this weekend

More Than the Rainbow

As it chronicles the life and times of street photographer and former cabbie Matt Weber, More Than The Rainbow becomes a vibrant conversation about the photographic medium, artistic expression and NYC. Set to wonderful jazz and drenched in evocative images, the film is bittersweet and nostalgic from beginning to end.

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