“Video from “The Boombox Collection: Zion I” (about 10 min) Zion I, as part of “The Boombox Collection,” is described as “an intimate portrait and performance series peering into the minds pioneering “working class” Hip Hop artists.” “Zion I” was directed by Mohammad Gorjestani. (Played at Noise Pop Festival, Artists’ Television Access, Feb. 18th. Zion I: … Read more Even/Odd Films’ The Boombox Collection –“Zion I: ‘Ope-tivity!”
A Documentary by Sarah Price (Blue Hats Creative) To be published in Punk Globe, April ’17. Running Time – 1:33 Genre – Documentary https://youtu.be/D3qFKB78uic TRAILER 127 minutes. This most famous song title by LZ also informs the title of this Sarah Price-directed (“American Movie,” “The Yes Men Save the World”) documentary. To think that when I first … Read more L7 — “Pretend We’re Dead.” A Documentary. . .
Anubis walked with a limp–Jan Kerouac We wanted her to be like a figure in a painting by Botticelli [or a China doll] instead, we got Jackson Pollock [in all his glory]. Gerry gave me her address before I landed in L.A. I looked for her apartment in Hollywood. rang the bell and as we talked spread my writings … Read more Anubis Walked With A Limp: Jan Kerouac
Dispatches from the Noise Pop Festival The annual Noise Pop Festival in San Francisco is twenty-five years old! I have been ignoring it for so long that I decided to visit one of the venues, Artists’ Television Access, the non-profit art gallery and screening salon on Valencia in the heart of the Mission District in … Read more Dharma Punk-tuation