Film: Zabriskie Point (1970)

Posted July 26th by in Film

Michelangelo Antonioni’s counter-culture 1970 film stars Mark Frechette and Daria Halprin.

Jerry Garcia – Love Scene

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Diary of a Lost Girl

Posted July 20th by in Film

Very rare these days can one attain a true cinematic experience – with the light just right, the color of the walls just right, live orchestra accompaniment, and all in a theater built for the golden age of cinema. The San Francisco Silent Film Festival’s centerpiece presentation “Diary of a Lost Girl” at the Castro Theater was not only a true cinematic experience, but a perfect one. G.W. Pabst’s second and last film collaboration with Louise Brooks is a tale  of moral familial values set against the decadence and depravity of 1920s Weimar Republic, and the souls lost to the riptide of a gilded, debauched Berlin. Thymian Henning, played by the perennially beautiful and iconic Louise Brooks, births an illegitimate child and is sent to a tyrannical reformatory, then escapes and becomes a prostitute in a brothel – only later finding her way through a thick fog of desperation, suicide, and ultimate redemption.  This  films most powerful message, naively haunting in the penumbra of an impending world war and economic meltdown, closes the film: “A little more love and no-one would be lost in this world.” For more info visit www.silentfilm.org and www.castrotheatre.com.

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what about the heart you promised?

Posted July 10th by in Film

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Black Orpheus

Posted July 9th by in Film, Film Scenes

Thanks to Abbey for this one. Click here for more.

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Notre Jour Viendra

Posted July 3rd by in Film

A Romain Gravras feature.

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Breathless: A 50th Anniversary Restoration

Posted June 28th by in Film

Photo courtesy of Rialto Pictures

With a 50th anniversary release comes a newly restored 35mm print of Godard’s cinematic phenomena.  The new print is beautiful and vivid with fresh black and white tones. Also marking the 50th anniversary is a collaboration with Rodarde who has designed two limited edition t-shirts.   In select theaters soon.

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Shutter Shock of Pale My True Love

Posted June 5th by in Film

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Anguilliformes

Posted May 28th by in Film

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Black White + Gray

Posted May 14th by in Art, Film, Photography

Sam Wagstaff, Robert Mapplethorpe’s lover and patron, pulled him from his suburban Queens existence, gave him a camera and brought him into an art world that seemed to be waiting for him, creating the man whose infamous images engender emotions ranging from awe to anger.   “25 years separated the lovers, but their relationship was symbiotic to its core, and the two remained together forever.”

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Blanc Boutique Fashion Collage

Posted May 10th by in Fashion, Film

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