Very solid line-up this year! I haven’t had much luck on a good film this year so I’m looking forward to potentially breaking this dry-spell. Aside from my usual penchant for their short film program, we have: living off the grid, the history of teenagers, Slint, Arabs in America, weird Japanese shit and the search forContinue reading “Sydney Underground Film Festival 2014 List”
This one was hitting a bit too close to home – living with a terribly packed garage warehouse, running off the adrenaline of the one-hit wonder and the reality of how unglamorous it all is.
It never gets any easier rewatching this
To those who have had the misfortune of ever seeing me dance, my apologies. This is what is going through my head most of the time.
I remember watching this when I was 7 and thinking, “whoah”. The chanting monks and Puyi’s “mama!” still echoes in my head to this very day. Like when I’m out grocery shopping with friends. Or in the middle of a pleasant meal.
I’ve uploaded my second poorly edited video of my travels when Liana joined me for a bit while I was in New York. We really don’t get up to much at all. You can check out my first video here where I follow my host Terri around.
Very often, I’d rewatch this either on Sunday nights dreading work the following day, or after a tough week to put things into perspective. Absolute gem of a Vice video.
Killed my bad-gig streak 🙂 //instagram.com/p/lWm5TBioCb
Great sounds and simple animations can turn seemingly simple things into intense narratives.
Everything I love about the classic HK 80s film: the fighting sound effects, the space tracks, the old film look, even down to the font of the opening titles. What a time it was, and I’m glad I’m not alone in thinking that. I was inspired by Sarah playing some cheesy cover synth songs onContinue reading “Tribute to Hong Kong 80s Action Movies”