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     |    Monday September 14th, 2009

David Bordwell about Amos Poe´s EMPIRE II on davidbordwell.net, Part 2   When the weather changes, the light does too. Raindrops become not only a pebbly surface on the windows but tiny filters. As with Warhol’s films, we have to change our conception of what counts as an event. Slight differences of framing and texture 

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     |    Monday September 14th, 2009

David Bordwell about Amos Poe´s EMPIRE II on davidbordwell.net, Part 1 Warhol was withdrawn and impersonal, but Poe turned on the camera when he spotted something that looked interesting. He felt free to focus, reframe, zoom, and shift camera position for different angles on the life beyond his balcony. Likewise, the automaton Warhol (”I’d like 

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SUSTAIN

     |    Tuesday September 8th, 2009

The following declaration highlights the actions and goals of SUSTAIN.  SUSTAIN is featured in the short documentary Standing With Palestine which can be viewed on realeyz.tv. Based in Washington, D.C. and presiding over more than a dozen additional chapters throughout the United States, the group Stop U.S. Tax-funded Aid to Israel Now (SUSTAIN) was established 

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Latest From the Makers of MONKS – THE TRANSATLANTIC FEEDBACK

     |    Tuesday September 8th, 2009

Check out what Dietmar Post and Lucía Palacios – the duo responsible for the acclaimed music doc MONKS – THE TRANSATLANTIC FEEDBACK – have just released: KLANGBAD: AVANT-GARDE IN THE MEADOWS(GER/SP/USA – 85 min – 2009) The Klangbad festival is Germany’s premiere live event for adventurous ears. Acts who have performed their include Kammerflimmer Kollektief 

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realeyz.tv Reading List: CAPITAL AFFAIRS

     |    Monday July 20th, 2009

Did Britain’s permissive society start with swinging London? This exciting new account of 1950s London challenges the sexual myth of the 1960s, arguing that its roots lay further back in the city’s dramatic cultures of austerity and affluence that marked the post-war years. A series of spectacular scandals profoundly disturbed London life during the 1950s 

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