Saturday, November 1, 2014

The Union Forever

The concept of the super television screen is hardly unfamiliar to anyone. Better known to the populous as a JumboTron, the screen that changed...

Yesterday I plugged a documentary airing on the Sundance Channel, Wetlands Preserved. I've been exchanging emails with the producer and director about the film,...

The last few installments of the The Union Forever dealt with the possibility of a cinema that is purely online. Not a reproduction...

Carson Daly. He delivered Britney Spears to the world. Thanks. Everyone knows video killed the radio star, but I'm pretty sure video committed suicide with...

This past Tuesday, Todd Haynes' film inspired by the music and many lives of Bob Dylan, I'm Not There, was released on DVD and...

Last week saw the announcement that the National would be releasing a DVD chronicling the making of their most recent album, Boxer. Directed by...

Back in April of 2006, the director of La Blogoteque's Take Away Shows, Vincent Moon, announced that he was working on a documentary about...

I got off the plane in Austin, Texas and headed directly to meet up with LMB's Justin and Sam, as well Dave from Earvolution.com...

I went back to Madison for the night last Thursday to see a show at my drawing teacher Kendra’s new venue, the Project Lodge....

ONCE: Falling Slowly - A Live Performance I recently viewed two types of music-orientated films that were typical of the current approach to the...

Intrigued by the recent successful collaboration between the Moldy Peaches and the film Juno, I wondered if this was an example of the union...

Movies and Rock & Roll have always been partners in crime, soliciting promiscuity and danger while keeping every American slightly interested in this non-sense...

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