The Holy Mountain: a film by Alexander Jodorowsky

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By Roxiny in New Film on Thursday 13 December 2012

A few years back, I bought the Jodorowsky box set, which included the director’s cut/narration of The Holy Mountain. I was blown away by the imagery and existential symbolism. The Holy Mountain is definitely one of those epic films you need to watch a few times to truly soak in every detail. I will be […]

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Underexposed: a documentary about female skaters

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By Nikki Toole in New Film on Monday 26 March 2012

While working on my Skater photography project, I was excited to meet so many female skaters of all ages sharing the same obsession as the guys in a sport which is still very male dominated when it comes to funding and sponsorship. Amelia Brodka, a Polish born documentary filmmaker, highlights this imbalance in her latest […]

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Chase Jarvis’ Seattle 100: A Portrait of a City

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By Alex Lee in New Photography on Monday 14 February 2011

Seattle 100: Portrait of a City is in itself a humane blueprint to what is a rustling architecture. With the city as the basic foundation, 100 is the three-years long effort by renowned photographer, filmmaker and Seattle native, Chase Jarvis.

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