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In this breathtaking science fiction spectacle, a strange mechanical device lands on a desolate world and uses the planet to undergo a startling transformation, that has profound implications for an entire galaxy.
Choreographer Mor Shani is working on “Love-ism”. Love-ism is a long term study inspired by the book “Art of Loving” by Erich Fromm. In this study Shani wishes to challenge the perception and liquidity of the agreed upon, the sublime and the condemned. He asks: “when do supreme ideas about love like care, mutuality and dependency stop being sacred and become sinful? And what is it that distinguishes one kind of love from another?”
Video artist, Paul Sixta expands the conceptual grounds of Love-ism in close collaboration with Shani. He challenges the discussion by making the process of creation transparent, and is creating a film about the “Politics of Intimacy”, researching the human experience of meeting significant others in and out of the studio. The stage product and the film will be presented as one piece.
Music: Scott Matthew
Beep, beep. Lookout! Here comes your new driveway. (at Chez Sherry)
A young man leaves the house one day, for a rendezvous
With other friends, to sample a brew, or two
He returns and inserts a CD in his system
The music plays, but without its usual equilibrium
Not for the first time, it must be told
Because it’s that kind of household
Where the next man considers himself wiser
Someone’s adjusted the graphic equaliser
At this stage, a decision is needed
To seek out the one who did the deed
And get hostilities underway
Or just forget, and shrug it away …
‘KEEP OUT OF MY ROOM!
AND DON’T TOUCH MY STEREO
IF YOU EVER DO THAT AGAIN …
I’LL KICK YOUR ASS! YOU’LL BE FLYING
LIKE LOUIS BLERIOT …..
A film by Luizo Vego
A performance encontrou sua inspiração entre duas fontes principais: o tango de Buenos Aires no momento em que foi dançado entre os homens, e a representação do conto bíblico dos irmãos Caim e Abel.
O filme combina a paixão do tango e da dominação intuitiva, seguindo gradualmente os protagonistas em direção a um clímax violento e real.
Both wry travelogue and heartbreaking tale of love lost, The Japanese Sandman adapts a letter William S. Burroughs wrote to Allen Ginsberg in 1953. Told in Burroughs’ caustically funny voice, cocaine snorting in Panama and post-prom handjobs in 1931 St. Louis dissolve into a meditation on memory and loss.Actor/performance artist John Fleck leads a stand-out cast through Burroughs’ recounting of scoring opiates and boys in Panama and, in the letter’s P.S., a love affair with farm boy Billy Brandshinkel in the Ozark’s of his youth. Imperial Teen’s Roddy Bottum provides the lively and compelling score.
Edward Buhr 2007 12 min. USA
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Homa again! (at The Mecklenburg Inn)
Blauschwantz at the Blue Moon (at Blue Moon Cafe)
The Muppets perform their version of the Beastie Boys’ classic, “So What’cha Want”. Starring the Swedish Chef, Animal, and Beeker. Video by Mylo the Cat.
The original music video to this song was in my opinion one of the most iconic of its time. MTV played it around 40 times per day, and it was just so raw and gritty, and nothing like the polished stuff we’re force-fed today. RIP MCA.
"…Tarkovsky gave me one of the best and most unforgettable experiences in my life and in cinema. Late in the day, in 1971, I was watching a film with Kjell Grede (a Swedish filmmaker) in a screening room from SF. Afterwards we took a look at the screening booth where a number of film cases were lying. ‘What’s that?’ I asked the projectionist. ‘Some fucking Russian film.’ And then I saw Tarkovsky’s name and told Grede: ‘Listen, I read something about this picture. We have to watch it and see what it’s all about.’ We then bribed the projectionist so that he would show it to us … And it was Andrei Rublev. And so, at about 2:30 a.m., we both came out of the screening room with gaunt eyes, wobbly, completely moved, enthusiastic, and shaken. I will never forget it. What was remarkable is that there were no Swedish subtitles! We didn’t understand one word of dialogue, but we were nonetheless overwhelmed. Tarkovsky made another film that I like a lot, The Mirror.” — Ingmar Bergman, 2002
Things that make you go Hmmmm
Official video for Patsy by MONOMYTH from SATURNALIA REGALIA! Out July 22 on MINT RECORDS. Directed and Edited by SETH SMITH.
Produced by NANCY URICH
Director of Photography - DARCY FRASER
Camera Assistant - AARON MCKENZIE FRASER
Art Director - PAUL HAMMOND
Props - MADDIE MCNEELY
Production Assistant - KATE HARTIGAN
Production Assistant - PAUL DOUCETTE
Make-up - EMILY BROWN
Animal Handler - CHARLES URICH
Bride - PAUL WELLS
Groom - SEAMUS DALTON
Dad - MATTHEW GRIMSON
Mom - SANDRA WELLS
Sister - JENNY URICH
Uncle - CHARLES LINDSAY
Aunt - NANCY LINDSAY
Cat - LUCKY
MADDY NELSON, EVERARDO RAMIREZ, ROSALYN HUYNH, JOEY NELSON, JOSIE GUENTHER, DOMINIQUE TAYLOR, ALLISON HIGGINS, MELISSA RICHARDS, NIGEL CHAPMAN, KAYLEIGH MACSWAIN, CRAIG CURRIE, KATE HARTIGAN, PAUL HAMMOND, MADDIE MCNEELY
SEAMUS DALTON, MATT PETERS, JOSH SALTER, GRAEME STEWART
THE MANUAL TRAINING CENTRE, WILLIAM F. WHITE INTERNATIONAL INC., THE ATLANTIC FILMMAKERS COOPERATIVE, MINT RECORDS, and THE FOUNDATION ASSISTING CANADIAN TALENT ON RECORDINGS and PETER LIONAIS.
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