Monte Hellman on painting, his creative process, and breaking the rules.
Oscilloscope kicks off their new column of film writing with this piece on The Honeymoon Killers from Scott Tobias. On that note, it’s worth checking out Alleluia, a stylish update of the same story from Belgian button-pusher Fabrice De Welz.
“Wax drippings found at the scene have led to speculation in the German media that occultists may have taken the head.”
Instilling the redemptive power of work in the next generation, one artfully animated film at a time.
One theory on a dilemma we face on the daily.
Sick ride, Ben!
We always appreciate the originals. Dangerous Minds has an interview with documentarian Toby Amies, whose latest, The Man Whose Mind Exploded,Â focuses around Salvador Dali muse and true eccentric Drako Zarharzar.
Go behind the scenes with everyone’s favorite teenage hoodlums from Larry Clark and Harmony Korine’s 1992 indie classic Kids.