“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:… Continue reading 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… Continue reading L7 — “Pretend We’re Dead.” A Documentary. . .
A chapbook by Gerald Nicosia Nobody is better qualified to write Jan’s Kerouac’s story than Gerald Nicosia. His deep knowledge of her life, his insight and historical depth plus deep compassion make him the ideal witness.” — David Meltzer Beat biographer Gerald Nicosia knew Jan Kerouac for at least the last fifteen years of… Continue reading The Last Days of Jan Kerouac: A Mourner’s Tale
“Gimme Danger,” A Documentary About Iggy Pop and the Stooges, by Jim Jarmusch (108 min) Rock ‘n’ roll does not lend itself to sober accounts well removed from the heat of the moment. Nor does it bury its dead. As a band fueled by raw exuberance, the Stooges crashed and died in the arms of… Continue reading Gimme Danger Review