Philippe Grandrieux's "Un lac" lays the groundwork for a truly sensorial cinema.
Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" has more to do with faciality and Shakespeare's Sonnet 94 than it does with Dianetics.
Notes taken on the occasion of watching the Criterion Collection's release of "A Hollis Frampton Odyssey"
Part Two of Hydra Magazine's 20 Best Films of 2011.
Part One of Hydra Magazine's 20 Best Films of 2011.
Jean Vigo died at the age of 29. He made a total of four films. Yet his myth sails on.
From Nietzsche's silence to the bare life of the body: Bela Tarr's final opus is a film of devastating nakedness.
Jon Rafman's "The Nine Eyes of Google Street View" project unearths the Orphic gaze from its mechanistic slumber.
Terrence Malick's newest film signals a full-on return to American Transcendentalism.
A pan-historical meditation on the spectacle of Mexico City. Part one of the Cities/Architectonics series.
Toltec on Safari: Poetry in the X-Cacal of the Devout Cruzob
Mapping Rammellzee’s Hyper-Lyrical Expressionism (1960 – 2010?)
The Return of the Music Video