Saturday, 26 May 2012

Danny Brown - Detroit State of Mind

Shits dope no matter how technical glitch you want to fall. Pitchfork doc on Danny Brown

Sunday, 13 May 2012


Day by day we all lose a bit of our past. Here a story I did for GlobalPost on a dying language and culture known as the Jaqaru. 

Wednesday, 2 May 2012

8 Million Ways To Die - opening credits

Badboy music by James Newton Howard. Couldn't help but to watch the whole movie. Jeff Bridges loses his shit.

ICE (1969)


Directed by Robert Kramer.
US 1969, 16mm, b/w, 135 min.
Kramer’s first film to hybridize fiction and documentary imagines an alarming near-future in which the U.S. has become a repressive police state. Made in a pseudo-verité style, Ice matter of factly documents the preparations for a violent overthrow of the state by a group of young New York City radicals. Featuring animated debates about politics and tactics and vivid “footage” of the radicals’ daily lives, Ice initially drew controversy in U.S. leftist circles for its apparent endorsement of armed struggle. While Ice is a meditation on the mesh and clash of experience and ideology, today itseems both a work of fierce political commitment and an ambiguous statement about the dissent.