Sergeant Rutledge (John Ford, 1960)
Colossal Youth (Pedro Costa, 2006)
|—||Tag Gallagher, John Ford: The Man and His Films (via jevoussaluespinelli)|
Sylvester Stallone (via iwanttobelikearollingstone)
Stallone been real
Backyard - Travi$ Scott
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - Shitsville
Starstruck French teenagers who think @alexrossperry is Jason Swartzman.
Track - Hungry Heart
Artist - Bruce Springsteen
Album - The River
Last night, after ignoring the Ferguson developments to go see Leos Carax’s Boy Meets Girl at the Castro (read Cuyler’s take here; I thought, similarly, “that was ok”), I came home and rewatched a bunch of stuff my friend Isiah made. First off was this new trailer for the upcoming 88:88 (see above, dumdum). Then I watched Time is the sun.mp4. Then I tweeted a lot about how much I love what Isiah’s doing, in large part because you can tell that he turns his camera on his life not simply to document it but also to say, “I love you,” to everybody in it. Furthermore, they’re truly digital films, by which I mean mosaics—arrangements as much as compositions, pieces strung together to make a whole—or, maybe, gestalts. In this, his work inherits JLG like few other current filmmakers. Isiah’s work is much more private, and less “about” cinema (I guess), but, as I tweeted, meaning is secondary to feeling herein so anybody claiming this is incoherent can take the train to nowhere I want to be.