Mixed Media

February 2012

Lost Lander - “Wonderful World” Video (PopMatters Premiere)

Wonderful World" has new colorful, abstract video, which is designed to interact with DRRT's album art to create something of a mini art installation.


‘More Than a Month’ at Maysles Cinema on Black History Month’s Last Day

Shukree Hassan Tilghman wants to end Black History Month. He’s got his reasons, and most of them are familiar: for one thing, by “relegating”


‘Infiltrating Hollywood’ Premieres on Documentary Channel, 28 February.

"The paranoid hysteria [about The Spook Who Sat by the Door] only confirms that I did something that was worthwhile," says Sam Greenlee. "If they'd given me an Academy Award, I'd have to figure what I did wrong."


Beach Fossils Cover “Allison” by Slowdive

The title of this short post pretty much says it all—except that the cover is gorgeous. If you’re looking for something that mixes


Girls Release New Video for “My Ma”

The third video off the San Francisco band Girls' release Father, Son, Holy Ghost debuted February 27 via the Team Coco website.


Outstanding Documentary, ‘Enemies of the People,’ on DVD, 28 February

Late last year, Nuon Chea, better known as Brother Number 2, was charged with war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide, in a UN-based court in


‘Charles Bradley: Soul of America’ Doc Set to Debut at SXSW

Charles Bradley: Soul of America, an intimate portrait of the singer that touches on his turbulent past and focuses on his astonishing rise to fame, will make its debut at this year’s upcoming SXSW Film Festival.


‘Bridge to Iran: We Are Half of Iran’s Population’ on Link TV 2/28

“Mr. President, Mr. Future President,” says Mahboubeh Abbasgholizadeh, a researcher and women’s rights activist, “For crying out loud, we have minds, we have powers


Arctic Monkeys - “R U Mine?” (video)

Arctic Monkeys head out on the road with the Black Keys (interesting pairing) on 2 March for a North American tour. But first they’ve released


The Swervedriver Juggernaut Rides Again, Again

Swervedriver have reunited yet again for another victory lap.


January 2012

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NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

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"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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