Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Keep a look out


Bathing Micky is a documentary Directed by Frida Kempff

It is about 100 year old Micky Bader.

Micky gives us an insight into her experiences of such things as Nazi Germany, love and life at 100.

Beautifully photographed and very endearing...I recommend you keep an eye out for it as it is currently cruising international film festivals all over the place.

But for now just have a looksee at their website www.bathingmicky.com


Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Just a little shout out

My Life In Cat Years

Short Film soon to be completed....................................find out a little bit more by following the film on twitter.

Poster Illustrations by Ash Cook, Chris Fowler and Jamie Mills

I'd say follow their work, because its all rather beautiful.


Friday, 4 February 2011

Another Teacher Feature



Documentary by Ondi Timoner.

We Live In Public follows Josh Harris, the guy who was at the forefront of the internet BOOM in the 90's, creating the company Pseudo, the first internet network.

He was clearly clued up on the whole internet networking idea...way before all this "blog" bizz came along.

Ondi kept up on Josh's projects for many years, collecting 5000 hours worth of footage, which shows his progression in understanding the affects of internet networking.

Josh basically experiments with intense networking situations.

He created the project "Quiet" which held a community of people underground for 30 days under the constant watch of camera's , so that everyone could watch EVERYTHING and EVERYONE. A cooler form of big brother. It gets pretty crazy, but is quite an interesting prediction of where we are all heading now......

Feast your eyes on it, its good.-------->> WE LIVE IN PUBLIC

Monday, 31 January 2011

Ab Fab in decline.

This is a feature documentary called Grey Gardens, shot in 1975, by Albert Maysles, David Maysles, Ellen Hovde, Muffie Meyer.

Its an intimate portrait of "little" and "big" Edie Beale, a mother and daughter who lived in the derelict building in this photo above.

The two woman lived a very intriguing, isolated life, yet they do not seem to be introverts and were clearly once part of a very "high society" scene; still maintaining an impressive collection of beautiful outfits.

The film records lots of insightful moments and shows the Beale's to be lovely ladies.

See it.


Wednesday, 26 January 2011

More from befor

The Invention of Dr Nakamats

Link to the documentary I posted about a little while ago but only provided you with the trailer.

Well... kindly, 4DOCs have allowed us to view the full film online. Nice!

So have a watch and then, make what you will!

The man seems very intriguing.