This archetypal art house film follows two mostly non-verbal tourists as they hike through the Caucuses under mostly overcast skies.
Quite uncomfortably, the film uses class stereotypes aggressively and persistently, relying upon them as scaffolding for this faux-existential narrative about awakening and self-actualization.
This is one of those documentaries designed to make you march out of the theatre and do something to change the world.
Celebrate the spirit of Bob Moog at Moogfest 2011!
This is a perfectly devastating Australian film about the horror of loss and the futility of refusing to face up to grief.
A mix of art house experiments, mainstream confections, grand costume dramas, sex-soaked character studies, apocalyptic horror, intimate human drama, political satires, rock 'n' roll documentaries, and a little Werner Herzog for good measure.
Zee Avi and Mike Doughty gave in-store performances at J&R to promote their new albums.
BT gave in-store performance that was a teaser of his Laptop Symphony live shows.
Award-winning and politically charged photographs on display at the United Nations are well worth examining.
On record, Friendly Fires are a kinetic blend of dance rhythms, massive washes of synthesizers and guitars and the blue-eyed soul yelps of frontman Ed Macfarlane. Live, however, they’re even better, a frenzy of motion from which the noise escapes.