I just ran into this photograph of Brazilian Artist / Crime Scene Investigator Berna Reale at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Arts in Cambridge. The Photograph and many other artworks of Brazilian provenance are part of the "through the surface of the pages ..." exhibition curated by Júlio Martins.
Elisabeth Subrin's Shulie uncannily and systemically bends time and cinematic code alike, projecting the viewer 30 years into the past to rediscover a woman out of time and a time out of joint—'to investigate the mythos and residue of the late 60s.'...
11:00 A. M . Monday, May 9th, 1910. Newsies at Skeeter's Branch, Jefferson near Franklin. August 1908. Night Shift Leaving for Home. Indiana Glass Works, 8 a.m. Albert Heon and Frank Migneault, 1916 7 year old Ferris.
An Appreciation: Ed Pincus’ Diaries by Ross McElwee The unassuming title of this documentary belies what is, I think, one of the most remarkable nonfiction films ever made. For five years, Ed Pincus...
Toward the end of 1953, Willy Rizzo took a series of portraits of the architect Le Corbusier, three of which were published in the magazine Paris Match. Much of Rizzo’s work was done in medium-format color.
My work in summer camps is a project continued over many years. I love to describe the various physical aspects of the camps: the cabin life and dining halls, the screen doors, the lodges and campfire activities. Most of my summer camp pictures are of younger children, but for this submission on the theme of adolescence for Landscape Stories, I am selecting images of teenagers.
Side by Side by Christopher Kenneally (2012, 99 min.). The traditional film and digital moviemaking debate is brought to the forefront in Christopher Kenneally’s documentary, and includes interviews conducted by Keanu Reeves that feature a who’s who of world cinema: David Lynch, Christopher Nolan, Steven Soderbergh, Martin Scorsese, James Cameron, Danny Boyle, and David Fincher. If you’re mourning the loss of photochemical film, this documentary may make you see the conversation to digital in a whole new light. Fanatics of 35mm can check out the UCLA Festival of Preservation August 2–17.
In the 1960s and 70s, British governments conspiring with American officials, secretly tricked into leaving and then expelled, the entire population of the Chagos islands in the Indian Ocean as to make way for a major American military base.