The Dirtier the Better: Interview with Photographer Pari Dukovic

Photographer Pari Dukovic has managed to balance the fine line between fine art and editorial work with ease, producing images that play with exposure, movement, and a sense of ephemeral energy.

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Last Stop Coney Island

Jean Marais dans Les Parents terribles, film de Jean Cocteau, 1948

“I think a person needs to learn from childhood to find himself alone. It means to not be bored when you’re by yourself, because a person who finds himself bored when alone – as it seems to me – is in danger.”

— Andrei Tarkovsky, A Poet in the Cinema

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Robert Bresson on Cinema

Interview conducted by some french peoples in which Bresson discusses his film.

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MAGGIE CHEUNG

DUNG CHE SAI DUK REDUX / ASHES OF TIME REDUX / 2008 / WONG KAR-WAI

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Flying Lotus - “Until The Quiet Comes”

James McIntosh Patrick, Portrait of friend Dorothea Hannah, 1928 

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TALISCO - Run
Directed by Matt Larson & Zack Spiger

Max Ernst, Rendezvous of Friends: The Friends Become Flowers

Max Ernst, Rendezvous of Friends: The Friends Become Flowers

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Francis Picabia, Abstract, 1938.

Hilary Harris - Organism (1975)

Academy Award winning film maker Hilary Harris’ epic vision of New York City shot over 15 years [1959-74] during which time Mr. Harris pioneered and con-temporized time-lapse film making techniques to achieve this unique experiential view of the world we inhabit.

Nam June Paik - Videofilm Concert (1965)