Noah Gittell writes about Missing Movies’ attempts to save I Shot Andy Warhol (1996), The Heartbreak Kid (1972) and more at The Guardian. “A new advocacy organization composed of film-makers, distributors and film lovers, Missing Movies has a mission to “locate lost materials, clear rights, and advocate for […]
Friend of the Gutter Sara Century introduces Michael Morbius! Well, I mean, he existed before but she’s got some things to say and you can read them at Comic Book Herald! “With the Morbius film due to make its debut in early 2022, one assumes that more people […]
Shemaroo has posted a tribute to Bollywood composer Bappi Lahiri focusing on his disco classics. You can listen here.
Our friends at the Projection Booth watch Black Moon (1975). “French month continues with a look at Louis Malle’s Black Moon (1975). The film tells the story of Lily (Cathryn Harrison), a girl on the brink of womanhood who’s on the run from a war between men and […]
Check out a gallery of Lewis Hackett and his AI’s sweet fake 1970s SF pulp covers here. “Even as these algorithms get a lot more sophisticated than averaged pixels or a Markov chain, they are still just algorithms, lacking in agency, albeit with enormous data sets as source […]
Robin Pogrebin writes here about the conflict over rights to Henry Darger’s work. “When the janitor-turned-artist Henry Darger died in Chicago at 81 in 1973, leaving a single room crammed with his colorful illustrations, a 15,000-page book and no immediate surviving relatives, Darger’s landlord began showing, sharing and […]