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04.09.14 Marina Galperina

“We’re classified as a cemetery but I’d like to think of us as more of a hospital… caring for patients that are metabolically challenged,” says Ben Best, who was the President and CEO of the Cryonics Institute during the making of this short documentary. Brooklyn Underground Films’ We Will Live Again follows Best through the facility where he says […]

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03.06.14 Sophie Weiner

Today, Noisey premiered a video for the Dum Dum Girls song “Are You OK?” off their recent album Too True. The short film was written by Brett Easton Ellis and stars lead singer Dee Dee, who connected with the author after finding out he used their song “Coming Down” in last year’s cinematic wtf The Canyons. The 11-minute […]

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12.27.13 Marina Galperina

“Finally a documentary that shows the true colors for Black Bike Week. Other fake ass documentary try to paint the event out in a bad light to get publicity, this video shows the truth.” The official site for Black Bike Week approves of Sean Dunne’s documentary short on the riders of the annual event that takes place […]

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06.05.13 Marina Galperina

There’s a reason why McKibbin Lofts made it to the Worst Room Tumblr, but shut up and look beyond its notorious “h-word” “frat” reputation. There’s a reason why people do this. Not everyone cares about renovated bathrooms and walls. Who needs walls when you have friends. A French foreign exchange student living there made the […]

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09.13.12 Marina Galperina

Here’s the freshest installment of Clayton Cubitt’s Hysterical Literature starring Brooklyn artist Danielle Ezzo. Here she is reading a passage from the 1980 “post-modern fairy tale” Still Life with Woodpecker by Tom Robbins about love, cocaine and other things. Sorry for that headline not being subtle… but I’m running out of delicate and witty ways of telling you that the lovely, […]

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09.10.12 Marina Galperina

Before the Zef Side, Die Antwoord’s Ninja and Yolandi were Watkin Tudor Jones and Anri Du Toit, writers and actors in the project Max Normal. Watch this vintage clip Picnic and see why it made so much sense they hooked up with Harmony Korine, fucking weirdos. The music gets abstract and almost twisted sort of chiptune-ish while Anri […]

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02.23.12 Marina Galperina

Finally, someone made a short film about Anthony, the sweet looking old gent who sits outside his apartment near Tompkins Square Park as unsuspecting passerby strolls inside, mistaking it for an antique shop. […]

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01.09.12 Marina Galperina

NYC filmmaker Casey Neistat has created a nifty short video about Texting While Walking, or more specifically, why you shouldn’t do that. Don’t let the quirky use of cardboard, spray-paint, glue stick and stop-motion fool you… […]

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Marina Galperina

NYC filmmaker Casey Neistat has created a nifty short video about Texting While Walking, or more specifically, why you shouldn’t do that. Don’t let the quirky use of cardboard, spray-paint, glue stick and stop-motion fool you… […]

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11.14.11 Marina Galperina

Here’s a fresh-squeezed, brief and bizarre teaser for Little Appliances from Spanish writer-director Manuel Arija. This should appeal to two kinds of people. The first are the film nerds, delighting in the glimpse of a daring new talent. The other: particular pervs. […]

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