Blog Post Category Archive (Film)

  1. Hookers on Davie

    Candid documentary by Janis Cole and Holly Dale about Vancouver’s West End in the 80’s when it was known as “the prostitution capital of Canada”. Hookers on Davie takes a look at the the girls, boys, transvestites and transexual prostitutes

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  2. Video: The Karen Carpenter Story(1987)

    Experimental filmmaker Todd Haynes burst upon the scene two years after his graduation from Brown University with his now-infamous 43-minute cult treasure “Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story” (1987). Seizing upon the inspired gimmick of using Barbie and Ken dolls to

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  3. Owen Kydd at Monte Clark

    Owen Kydd April 4, 2013 to May 4, 2013 Opening reception: Thursday April 4, 5:30pm to 8pm MONTE CLARK GALLERY #105, 525 Great Northern Way Vancouver, BC Canada V5T 1E1 Tuesday through Saturday 10am–5pm Retail#2 720×1161 from Nicelle Beauchene on

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  4. Tonight:Martha Otero Gallery + Jim Mangan-TIME OF NOTHING

    Martha Otero Gallery is pleased to present the photographic series Time of Nothing by artist Jim Mangan, as a special project organized by Julie Machado. The show opens tonight…. Check out Jim’ s photo essay for 01 called ‘Swarm and

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    Photographer Daniel Sannwald teamed up with Delfina Delettrez to create a beautiful surrealist video for her fall 2013 collection.

  6. Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers

    Harmony Korine’s latest film Spring Breakers coming in March. Love the poster and Neon signage.

  7. 1966:CBC-Leonard Cohen Interview

    A young Leonard Cohen ponders on the poetic mind in an interview with CBC with host Adrienne Clarkson. In this excerpt from Take 30, Cohen rejects the notion of artistic posterity and says, ‘I’m not interested in an insurance plan

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  8. Feb 1st: Photography /Aperture Foundation-Curated by Ken Miller

    If  you are in New York you can’t miss this great exhibition at Aperture Foundation Gallery curated by Ken Miller featuring new work by Ryan McGinley, William Eggleston, Nan Goldin, Stephen Shore, Terry Richardson and Martin Parr.   Check out

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  9. S/S 13: Christian Dior

    Channeling Jean Seberg haircuts from the movie Breathless, Christian Dior spring collection never looked better…

  10. Steve Martin: 5 Christmas Wishes

    Best Fishes…


    Daughters of Darkness, a 1971 film directed by Harry Kümel is based losely on the Hungarian countess Báthory Erzsébet who was rumored to have killed young women to bathe in their blood in a quest for eternal youth. The Belgian film

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    I loved Barry Doupé’s The Colors That Combine to Make White Are Important, one of four experimental animations featured as part of the New Museum’s First Look: New Art Online, which can be seen here. There will be an in museum

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