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Hola Mexico Film Festival (NYC Blog)

Sin Ella (Jorge Colon, 2010)
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NYC’s Hola Mexico Film Festival This weekend go and buy tickets for the annual Hola Mexico Film Festival running from June 2nd-June 5th at the Tribeca Cinemas. Founded by director Samuel Douek who wishes to introduce film lovers to beautiful tales originating in Mexico, the tagline of the festival is: “Mexico, a place like the [...]

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Alejandro Jodorowsky’s The Holy Mountain: A Fresh Perspective at PS1 in Queens

Alejandro Jodorowsky’s The Holy Mountain (1973)
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Alejandro Jodorowsky’s The Holy Mountain at PS1 Alejandro Jodorowsky is a renaissance man with a philosophy of art serving as a means to personal and spiritual enlightenment. Since the 1940s the maestro has explored all facets of the arts including theatre, performance, music, a plethora of comic books, as well as being a noted authority [...]

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Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures, a Retrospective at MOMA

Andy Warhol's Screen Tests: Nico
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In addition to working in a wide range of media such as painting, photography, drawing, and sculpture, Andy Warhol was also a highly prolific filmmaker. During the 1960s, Warhol directed more than 60 films, as well as approximately 500 short black-and-white screen test portraits of visitors to his studio, The Factory. Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures, [...]

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Upcoming NYC Film Events: Marlene Dietrich and More

Marlene Dietrich, 1930s
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This Tuesday I went along to see the penultimate screening of the IFC Center’s Stranger than Fiction season. It was a documentary about the legendary actress and performer Marlene Dietrich (Marlene; 1982). The film which is a documentary flirting with the cinema verité genre, shows director and Academy Award winning actor Maximilian Schell interviewing the [...]

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Bruce Conner: A Retrospective at the Film Forum in Manhattan

AMERICA IS WAITING, Bruce Conner
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Bruce Conner (1933-2008) was an American artist best known for his experimental cinematic collages, usually comprised of found footage from discarded documentaries and newsreels and edited into completely new forms of visual art that many have considered as a precursor to the music video. Conner’s films have been considered revolutionary and influential and are noted [...]

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