While in a rare visit to New York to deliver a lecture at the Whitney Museum of American Art (he is included in this years Biennale) and to visit some old friends last month, the legendary Kenneth Anger was able to sit down with Pip Chodorov, the founder of Re:Voir in Paris, to talk about his life and work.
For 50 years, Bettie Page has resisted colonization within the American imagination.
Daniel Johnston probably won’t be invited to open for Mandy Moore anytime soon, nor would the pouty songbird likely get much applause from the bipolar troubadour’s hipster demographic.
Ido Mizrahy’s first film, Things That Hang From Trees, is a meditative, rigorous, moving character study set in a dead-end Florida town at the end of the ‘60s.
As if the best days of New York film repertory theatre never went away, the Film Forum will present a celebration of B-Noir, films even more nasty, brutish and short than the slightly higher end classic titles of Noir.