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Slamdance Review – LEE KAZIMIR’S “MORE SHOES”

Slamdance Review – LEE KAZIMIR’S “MORE SHOES”

This is a blog so I can be personal, right? Ok. When I was 17 years old, I bicycled across America. From Sandy Hook, NJ to Florence, OR. I carried all my own gear–clothes, tent, food. Camped out wherever. I had a lot of minor adventures–fell asleep under a bridge on train tracks in Missouri […]

EVERYBODY MUST GO SEE BRENT GREEN

EVERYBODY MUST GO SEE BRENT GREEN

Sunday, January 20, 6:30 PMMonday, January 21, 6:30PMSundance New Frontier on Main333 Main St. (Lower Level) Animation with live music by CalifoneFREE Brent Green is the closest thing I’ve got to a religion. His animations, performed with live scores, with Brent shrieking out the stories, scare the hell out of me, and fill me with […]

Slamdance Review – BEIJING EXPATS & LONDON CRANE OPERATORS

Slamdance Review – BEIJING EXPATS & LONDON CRANE OPERATORS

Saw a great program at Slamdance today. “City of Cranes,” directed by Eva Weber, is exactly the type of film I would hope for in a documentary about construction crane operators: the images are dazzling without being showy, the interviews are lovely without being precious. It tells you things you never thought about cranes, and […]

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