Girl Walk // All Day is a complex mesh of dance, documentation, music video, movement and above all happiness. An amazing feat of choreography and determination, directed by Jacob Krupnick and in association with Wild Combination.
Director Sini Anderson’s documentary The Punk Singer dives into the present and momentum-building past life of Riot Grrrr-famed and Bikini Kill leader Kathleen Hanna. More info and media goodness after the jump.
Music group Django Django steer their latest music video WOR to the real-life carnival grounds of Allahabad. There they encounter the jaw-dropping and extremely dangerous stunts of the Indian Well of Death. Directed by Jim Demuth, from an original concept by Vincent Neff. More info after the jump.
A heartbreaking and very important short about the dangers of texting and driving, by the great filmmaker Werner Herzog. From One Second to the Next is a collaborative effort made by Herzog, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Official site info here.
Ben Rivers and Ben Russell collaborate to create the observational wilderness epic that is A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness. A subtly intriguing experimental narrative constantly questioning the products of our cultural output.
Australian documentarian Anna Broinowski takes on the challenge of creating her own propaganda piece, by following the cinematic guidelines of the ultimate movie manipulator Kim Jong-Il. Aim High In Creation captures the process of Broinowski’s bold new experiment, as well as the historical / cultural background revolving the infamous dictator’s film-obsessed life.
From the powerful collaborating minds behind the Qatsi trilogy (KOYAANISQATSI, POWAQQATSI, NAQOYQATSI), comes their latest visionary effort Visitors. Directors Godfrey Reggio and Jon Kane along with the rhythmically epic score of composer Philip Glass, reveal to us our interactions with modern day technology, and in turn ourselves as human beings. Will have to keep an eye…
Yes No Yes Yes Go indulges our senses to a glitch-filled experimental experience, as the semi-doc-fantasy-narrative pulls us through the events of a youthful and energetic music festival. An unique vision by director Andrew Morgan.
While Vladimir Putin reigns, the feminist punk-rock-influenced activists of Pussy Riot aren’t far behind in protesting against his rulership. Directors Mike Lerner and Maxim Pozdorovkin document these historical moments in Pussy Riot — A Punk Prayer.