Mixed Media

February 2012

Wildlife Control Plays with Time in Video for “Analog or Digital”

Wildlife Control is quite literally, a band of brothers. And not your average one at that.


OSCARWATCH 2012: Foreign Language Films

While categories like Best Actress and Best Picture have gotten a lot of attention this year, smaller but equally important categories have been a little lost in the shuffle. Among these: Best Foreign Language Film.


“DoYaThing” by Damon Albarn, Andre 3000 and James Murphy

Free download on Converse website starting February 23.


Marshall Curry’s ‘Racing Dreams’ Premieres on POV, 23 February

Astute and engaging, Racing Dreams shapes the families' experiences into an increasingly complicated story, about how kids grow up and how adults affect them.


Elijah and Ava Wolf’s “Cherry Ripe” Is Truly Sweet

"Cherry Ripe" is a ramshackle clutch of spring-crisp vocal harmonies: one male on lead and the other female to back-up. There’s an acoustic. Oh, and a lone electric six-string: for punctuation. After that, you're on your own with a killer tune.


When Being Born Somewhere DOESN’T Automatically Make You a Citizen

18 IUS SOLI is an upcoming documentary that exposes the hardships of Italy's policy of “jus sanguinis”, meaning that one’s place of birth does not determine one’s citizenship, but rather this is determined by one’s lineage.


Big Star Story to Debut at SXSW Next Month

The long-awaited Big Star documentary is set to have its debut next month at South by Southwest in Austin.


Going Fast: Explosions in the Sky Announces New Tour Dates

Within minutes of announcing their 12-date tour of the (mostly western) United States, Explosions in the Sky had to make it a 13-date tour. Their


Blur Has Reunited with a New Song, “Under the Westway”

British band Blur is all over the news lately. The foursome will reunite for a performance at the 2012 Brit Awards 21 February, after singer/songwriter Damon


January 2012

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Moving Pixels Podcast: The Best Games of 2016

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"The Moving Pixels Podcast counts down our top five games of 2016.

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