Inhabiting a sinister house of moist wood with pink windows in all their pizzazz. There they live – a father and his son, a son and his father. Their relationship is a shipwreck full of brouhaha and pandemonium.
As this blog’s name suggests and stands for, you can handle the very same issue adversatively: sinister and pink. Such is with terrifying Alzheimer.
It’s Thursday, it’s cinema night. So what fits better for an unknown target group than an attuning short film resembling an egg-laying woolmilksow, a jack of all trades device. “Fait […]
It’s Thursday, it’s cinema night. So as to come into the right mood, let me share with you a short film by Javier Zevallos. As its title, »Un juego absurdo«, […]
I have no idea which calamity is worse. To be born with a physical or mental disability or to become disabled (in, maybe, either way) during one’s lifetime?
It’s Thursday, it’s cinema night! The sun has set, the moon is shining. For getting into the right mood for tonight’s movie or as an alternative to the moviedrome let […]
Well, it’s Thursday, tonight’s movie night! Evening approximates… So here’ »Saute ma ville« (»Bomb Up My Town«) by Chantal Akerman. . When I was 18 I lived in a world, […]
Some weeks ago I wrote about SHOWstudio’s exhibition “Selling Sex” (22 March – 1 June 2012), which only promotes artworks made by women about their view on women; trying to […]
It’s Thursday, tonight’s movie night! 🙂 Evening approximates… So here’s »Fanatic« by Paul Robinson. FANATIC from Paul Robinson on Vimeo. It’s a 24 minute long Spanish short film (with English […]
Love makes you great. — Could that be the corny and namby-pamby slogan for the no less shoddily and sentimental short film »Can’t Say Goodbye« by T. Raminson?
Magnifique! Ce court métrage de la bande des quattre Joan Baz, Lionel Caruana, Margaux Demont et Bastien Martin est fascinant. Le style des dessins est extraordinaire. Je n’ai jamais vu […]