After the death of their Prophet, a small religious sect turn to one of their members, Daniel, who's been asked to lead them, as they anxiously await the end of the world they were promised. But, when the prophecy does not come to pass, Daniel struggles to cling to his faith while keeping his community together.
Paintings collide to produce panels of time distended with space, set to music by Tashi Wada. While the score is spare, the image is excessive, the meter working with and against the imagery. The picture is made from paint-soaked 16mm film strips, reinterpreted with a digital camera, edited to cycle in short, hallucinatory loops, forming abstract thaumatropes.
This film was shot the same weekend as Z (Zee Not Zed), when Stan Brakhage was visiting University of Rhode Island, where Marjorie Keller was teaching at the time. They get some coffee, then go for a walk on a beach in an old whaling harbor.
This behind-the-scenes documentary takes you into the studio and face-to-face with the Modfather. Enjoy the live concert experience with a 38 minute live set from the 100 Club. Bonus extras take you even deeper with a 30 minute extended interview with Weller, 5 full studio tracks, and 3 featurettes.
Laughspin.com presents "Chad Daniels: As Is" . Recorded at the Acme Comedy Co. in Minneapolis, MN. All video by Black Iris Media, Ryan Brennan www.blackirismedia.com All audio/sound by Stand Up! Records, Dan Schlissel www.standuprecords.com
Rachel is a quick-witted and lovable stay-at-home mom. Frustrated with the realities of preschool auctions, a lackluster sex life and career that's gone kaput, Rachel visits a strip club to spice up her marriage and meets McKenna, a stripper she adopts as her live-in nanny.
A zesty paean of praise to the greater glories of garlic. This lip-smacking foray into the history, consumption, cultivation and culinary/curative powers of the stinking rose features chef Alice Waters of Chez Panisse, and a flavorful musical soundtrack.
'This show was recorded in the midst of a weeklong bout of insomnia. If you hear any poor sentence structure, this is due to part of my brain keeping me awake as some sort of neurological joke.' Essentially a breakdown show then.
Roland Mathis dies after falling down the stairs. He was an unsavoury private eye who had been blackmailing Anton Galba and his secret lover about their affair. Galba, who is the director of the local sewage treatment plant in Dornbirn, panics and gets rid of the body by putting it in the grinder. Nathan Weiss, the police officer investigating the case immediately suspects Galba. However, he can also think of a nasty character he would like to get rid of. Galba has no choice but to help him, but for Weiss this is just the beginning: It’s time to eradicate the scum from society.
In 2015, visual artist Nick Cave traveled to Shreveport, Louisiana to begin an eight month art project leading up to a one-time multimedia performance using hundreds of people from the local community. This behind the scenes documentary shows how one man brought people from all walks of life together using the power of art.
First shown at the prestigious Rialto in New York City in October 1916, Donald C. Thompson's seven reel feature film War As It Really Is was a self-made project. Produced and marketed by the Donald C. Thompson Company, in collaboration with Leslie's Weekly, the film showed some of the most gruesome sights of the Great War.
Matacanes dies and goes to heaven just to discover that it was not as he expected, and everyone there is revolutionized lately. Peter explains that God was concerned about the progress of the world, and decided to send a second son to Earth. However, Jesus hears and does not agree, as they would have to rewrite history.
A musical romantic tragedy about a famous composer who moves back to his small hometown after having had heart troubles. His search for a simple everyday life leads him into teaching the local church choir which is not easily accepted by the town yet the choir builds a great love for their teacher.
The metal band As I Lay Dying perform a number of songs culled from various concerts on this release. The song list includes live renditions of "Falling Upon Deaf Ears," "The Darkest Nights," "An Ocean Between Us," and "The Sound of Truth." This title also includes a documentary about the band, as well as a number of music videos.
While planning the eventual DVD release for "1991: The Year Punk Broke", Dave Markey cut a 40-minute film out of unused footage to create a companion piece to include. The film was also shown to a handful of lucky audiences before the DVD's eventual release in 2011. It's an awesome bonus with tons of great footage that could have easily been in the film. These songs were probably the best to leave out of the full-length film, since 2 were brand new and still quite shaky. The only tour staple not accounted for in either film is "Mary-Christ". Here are the sources I could determine: Inhuman - ?? White Kross - 08/27/91 Bremen Orange Rolls, Angel's Spit - 08/24/91 Koln In Bloom (Nirvana) - 09/01/91 Rotterdam Eric's Trip - 09/01/91 Rotterdam (but spoken intro is from 08/25/91?) Tunic snippet - 08/27/91 Bremen Chapel Hill - 08/27/91 Bremen
Val and Ernie Stanton make their second appearance in a Vitaphone short. This time out the two basically stand in the same spot as they re-create their vaudeville act, which includes a few songs as well as a couple comedy routines.