Just watched Bara No Sôretsu (Funeral Parade of Roses), and it's my favorite Japanese film now. *edit* PS commenter below, it's NOT a hipster film. I would never promote hipster culture. I don't eat that bread.
"McGrath has been described by Margaret Thatcher as “that guy hiding in my garden”, and by the us government as a “person of interest”. High praise indeed for someone so new to the
illustration scene. Devin McGrath currently has two children, and wants $500,000, or else..."
Exclusive track and video from Rerunner. We caught up with Rerunner last week having a couple of beers out here in the NYC. I asked what they're working on, they sent me this little gem. Make sure to blast your speakers and take a hit of your favorite hallucinogen.
A new comic strip done by one of our favorite illustrators, Ian Kim is serving it up Aaron McGruder style, but not emphasizing racial issues as much as topics everyone can relate to. Check it out, and join his Facebook page so you can get the dope as it comes hot off the presses! www.skriblandtheskwod.com
A writer (William Shimell) meets an art enthusiast (Juliette Binoche) in Italy. The hard facts in Abbas Kiarostami's Certified Copy are scarce, as I've read through some reviews. But the overall scope of the film focuses on the hypotheticals of how are feelings/memories would change if we found out that the object attached to our sentiments was just a copy. Binoche took the award for Cannes Best Actress of 2010 for Kiarostami's head-scratcher romance narrative.
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