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Interview: Nick Corirossi, The Guy Who Made The Original “No New Friends” Video

Earlier this spring, a friend sent me the link to miami1996.com in an otherwise blank email. The site, stylized to be some relic of an internet long gone, plays host to the above short film, … read more »

POSTED June 12, 2013 3:31PM IN ART+CULTURE INTERVIEWS, ART+CULTURE VIDEO Comments (5) TAGS: ,
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Watch Eleanor Friedberger’s New Short Film, She’s a Mirror

Eleanor Friedberger, the Oak Park-born and Brooklyn-based musician best known for her work in the brother-sister duo The Fiery Furnaces, released her excellent second solo album, Personal Record, last month. She also made a new … read more »

POSTED June 10, 2013 2:49PM IN MUSIC INTERVIEWS, MUSIC NEWS, MUSIC VIDEO Comments (2) TAGS: , , ,
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What in the World is Holy Motors About?

French cinema doesn’t get much weirder than Leos Carax’s Holy Motors. To give you an idea, the film opens with the 51-year-old director waking up in the night, sprouting a drill from his middle finger, … read more »

POSTED October 17, 2012 9:00AM IN ART+CULTURE NEWS, NWSPRINT Comments (1) TAGS: , ,
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Interview: Rodriguez and Malik Bendjelloul

Searching for Sugar Man, the outstanding debut documentary of Swedish director Malik Bendjelloul, tells the truth-is-stranger-than-fiction story of Rodriguez, a Detroit protest musician whose first two albums flopped in America in the 1970s. In South … read more »

POSTED July 26, 2012 10:45AM IN ART+CULTURE INTERVIEWS, MUSIC INTERVIEWS TAGS: , ,
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Watch Austin Lynch’s Short Film Breathing Cave

Austin Lynch, son of David Lynch and a director in his own right, follows members of the Richmond Area Speleological Society underground in his meditative new short film, Breathing Cave. The world there is alien, … read more »

POSTED June 13, 2012 2:30PM IN ART+CULTURE VIDEO TAGS: , ,
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Interview: Paul Williams

In the 1970s, Paul Williams was everywhere. The diminutive Grammy- and Oscar-winning singer/songwriter behind The Carpenters’ “We’ve Only Just Begun” and Kermit’s Muppet Movie anthem “Rainbow Connection” was not only a fixture on the radio, … read more »

POSTED June 8, 2012 12:30PM IN MUSIC INTERVIEWS Comments (1) TAGS: ,
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Dream Team: Weston Currie and Grouper Collaborate on a Film

One rainy night this past September, filmmaker Weston Currie and musician Liz Harris bka Grouper posted up in a vacant building inside an industrial complex in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, to premiere Currie’s feature-length anthology, The Perception … read more »

POSTED December 30, 2011 10:00AM IN NWSPRINT TAGS: , , , ,
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Go See Really Scary Movies at Lincoln Center

Starting Thursday, one of the pillars of high art in New York City, Lincoln Center, will be turned into a five-day gore-fest. To celebrate Halloween, The Film Society of Lincoln Center is hosting Scary Movies … read more »

POSTED October 25, 2011 2:30PM IN ART+CULTURE NEWS TAGS:
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Watch The New Phoenix Documentary Online Now

Have 53 minutes to spare in your workday? That’s cool. To rub it in, why not watch the new Phoenix documentary From a Mess to the Masses, which aired on French and German television last … read more »

POSTED October 18, 2011 11:30AM IN ART+CULTURE, MUSIC NEWS, MUSIC VIDEO TAGS: , ,
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The Good Life: Interning with Terrence Malick

It’s been six years since Terrence Malick released his last film, and this summer’s The Tree of Life is only his sixth ever. FADER video producer Hanly Banks reflects on her Texas internship with the … read more »

POSTED July 5, 2011 4:43PM IN MAGAZINE TAGS: ,