If you like your films “weird, sexually provocative, and intellectually stimulating” (add violence to the mix) then our critics will feed your appetite splendidly.
Ran Blake was in fine form at the festivities as were the New England Conservatory faculty and student participants.
A new complete translation of the most accomplished novel by Yury Tynyanov, an innovative Russian man of letters during the experimental 1920s.
Thomas Grattan, a New Yorker with German roots, displays an observant eye and a way with dialogue in his first novel.
There’s a looseness, a jagged brio that gives the images in ¡Printing the Revolution! a visual bang — a kind of primal pop.
Could it be, I dream, that a resurgence in local video shops much be in the cards, like the vinyl record stores that are popping up everywhere now?
“I don’t believe that there has been a stronger advocate for local music than Jeff Breeze. Nobody cared more about local music than him — nobody.”
In the age of COVID-19, Arts Fuse critics have come up with a guide to film, dance, visual art, theater, and music — mostly available by streaming — for the coming weeks. More offerings will be added as they come in.
Two big bands, two different sides of the tradition.
The real culture war in 1980s America was waged by young people who were trying to create their own culture and jealously rejected corporate culture along the way.