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May. 14th, 2013


dima_elf

0.4 Magritte (2013, MIKNU)

Jun. 12th, 2011

МІКНУ

mikny_animacija

Lost pictures of Rene Magritte (version 0.2): Smoking with Magritte

Dec. 6th, 2010

МІКНУ

mikny_animacija

The lost pictures of Rene Magritte

Mar. 27th, 2010

ayato9

Janus releases HOUSE to theaters



THEATRICAL PLAYDATES

Nightly late shows
New York, NY - IFC Center

March 26 - April 1
Salt Lake City, UT - Salt Lake Film Society

March 26 & 27
Cleveland, OH - Cleveland Cinematheque

April 2 & 3
Columbus, OH - Wexner Center for the Arts

April 9
Williamstown, MA - Images Cinema (Digital)

April 9 & 10
Denver, CO - Denver Film Society

April 9 - April 11
Hartford, CT - Cinestudio

April 13
Boulder, CO - International Film Series

April 15 - April 19
Vancouver, BC - Pacific Cinematheque

April 16
Oberlin OH - Apollo Theatre (HD)
Shreveport, LA - Robinson Film Center (HD)

April 17
San Francisco, CA - Castro Theatre

April 23 & 24
Ann Arbor, MI - State Theater
Baltimore, MD - The Senator Theatre

April 30 & May 1
Albuquerque, NM - Guild Cinema
Cambridge, MA - Brattle Theatre

May 7
Schenectady, NY - Proctors (Digital)

May 7 & 8
Milwaukee, WI - Union Theatre
San Francisco, CA - Red Vic Movie House

May 13 - May 17
Edmonton, AB - Metro Cinema Society

May 14 & 15
Providence, RI - Cable Car Cinema

May 21 - May 23
Detroit, MI - Burton Theatre

May 22 - May 27
Austin, TX - Alamo Drafthouse

May 28 & 30
Rochester, NY - George Eastman House

June 4 - June 10
Santa Fe, NM - The Screen

June 5
Philadelphia, PA - International House

June 11 - June 13
Webster Groves, MO - Webster University Film Series

June 18 - June 20
Duluth, MN - Zinema 2

June 18 - June 24
Tucson, AZ - The Loft Cinema

June 25
Grand Rapids, MI - Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts

July 2 - July 7
Kansas City, MO - Tivoli Cinemas

July 9 - July 12
Waterville, ME - Railroad Square Cinema

July 13 - July 18
Atlanta, GA - Plaza Theatre

July 16 & 17
Dallas, TX - Landmark Inwood

July 23 - July 29
Toronto, ON - Bloor Cinema

August 2 - August 4
Guelph, ON - The Bookshelf

August 6 - August 8
Portland, OR - Cinema 21

August 6 - August 9
Ottawa, ON - ByTowne Cinema

August 12 - August 14
Tempe, AZ - MadCap Theaters

August 12 - August 15
Regina, SK - Regina Public Library Film Theatre

August 20
Saskatoon, SK - Broadway Theatre

August 27 - August 29
Houston, TX - Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

August 28
Huntington, NY - Cinema Arts Centre

September 10 - September 16
Keene, NH - Keene State College

October 13
San Diego, CA - ArtPower! at UC San Diego

http://www.janusfilms.com/house/dates.html

Until then, just watch this on repeat...

Mar. 11th, 2010

ayato9

Some youtube gems...











Aug. 22nd, 2008

ayato9

You know you want it...


Writer, director and artist David Lynch has personally selected these works, including many pieces new to DVD, and a “mystery disc” of content taken from Lynch’s own personal archives and available only in this box set.

BOX SET INCLUDES:

ERASERHEAD – REMASTERED VERSION

ERASERHEAD SOUND TRACK

THE SHORT FILMS OF DAVID LYNCH

THE ELEPHANT MAN

THE ELEPHANT MAN EXTRAS – DVD DEBUT

WILD AT HEART

INDUSTRIAL SYMPHONY No. 1 – DVD DEBUT

BLUE VELVET – NEW LYNCH APPROVED 5.1 SOUND MIX

DUMBLAND

MYSTERY DISC – DVD DEBUT

BOOKLET – FEATURING RARE LYNCH IMAGERY

Running Time +/- 720 minutes
DVD: 5/9
9 DVDs + 1 CD
PKG: Deluxe Box Set Packaging
UPC: 858334001398
Street Date: November 18th, 2008
SRP: $179.95

ayato9

The films of Alejandro Jodorowsky






Venerated by cult cinema enthusiasts while dismissed by most other critics, the films of Alejandro Jodorowsky present strange and magical visions that are not easily categorised or understood. Informed by a lifetime of spiritual journey, Jodorowsky's cinematic output is filled with violently surreal images and a hybrid blend of mysticism and religious provocation. His completed films are few in number (only six features to date, two of which he has subsequently disowned), and are typically associated with the youth counterculture movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s, especially the “head film” subgenre and the “midnight movie” phenomenon. While canonical directors like Buñuel and Fellini were celebrated darlings of the critical establishment, Jodorowsky (who wrote, directed, scored, and often starred in his personal films) was lurking on the fringes of the film world, bringing his distinctly surreal and esoteric sensibilities to the screen in controversial films like Fando y Lis (1968), El Topo (1970) and The Holy Mountain (1973). Although these films seem no more dated today than many other “countercultural” films of the same era (e.g. Godard's 1967 film, Weekend), critics have been slow to re-evaluate Jodorowsky's works. One looming reason for this has been the very limited availability of his films: due to long-running ownership disputes, most of them have merely circulated as poor-quality bootlegs distributed by cult movie traders and retailers – but this is beginning to change, as several of Jodorowsky's films are finally receiving an official DVD release as of the time of this writing. Time will tell if cultish overvaluation will stand alongside critical reappraisal as Jodorowsky's films are rediscovered by a new generation, but an examination of his life and ideas is crucial for understanding just what makes his films important.

http://www.sensesofcinema.com/contents/directors/07/jodorowsky.html


 

ayato9

Cat Soup



When little kitten Nyaako's soul is stolen by Death, she and her brother Nyatta embark on a bizarre journey to get it back. In the surreal dreamscape of the Other Side, they encounter many fantastic characters and remarkable, often disturbing adventures.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3