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The Source is a fascinating new interview series designed and executed by celebrated artist Doug Aitken. Aitken artfully presents intimate and revealing interviews that give the audience a new lens through which to view the creative artists we are so familiar seeing, bringing attention to the lesser-seen process of creativity. I first heard about the project at the Sundance Film festival, which is part of the New Frontier program. At Sundance, The installation ... Read More
  Since his tragic death, Philip Seymour Hoffman’s image has fluttered on and off of our computer screens more times than we can count. How might we chose a single photograph that captures the weight of artistic talent that influenced and moved our culture? A few short weeks ago, Hoffman sat for the photographer Victoria Will  (a BUST Magazine contributor) at the Sundance film festival, and her photograph might just be that special-- if sorrowful-- ... Read More
After 22 films and several great parties I am finally back home, safe and sound in Brooklyn.  Sundance announced their awards last night and I somehow managed to not see hardly any of the winning films. I did see some fantastic cinema though, and here are a few more of my recommendations from my Sundance 2014 trip. You can see my previous post here.HELLION: For her first feature, director Kat Candler comes out swinging with a terrific new family drama about ... Read More
  So many films, so little time! The breadth and scope of this international festival is hard to grasp. I’ve been here for a week seeing 4 to 5 movies a day, and I feel like I just scratched the surface.  As many of these films will be released over the next year, I am here as your guide to point you towards the right theatres to park your butt in. More to come! That said, there is one film that is towering over all the rest. The new film by ... Read More
It's that time of year again! The 2014 Sundance Film Festival is underway. This year, there is a short but mighty list of female directors presenting new and exciting work. The crowds are finally starting to pay attention.(Rose McGowan's Dawn) One film impressing the Utah crowds is Rose McGowan's directorial debut Dawn. A stand-out, refreshingly  unpredictable short that captures the innocence and heartache of adolescence. The film expertly ... Read More
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