Saturday, March 5, 2016

Patrycja Klimczok


February 2016, Tierpark

Iselin Steiro

A day in the life, Mar 3

A day in the life, Mar 3, objet trouvé

Celia Becker

ph: Erwin Mauricio Lopez

Der schweigende Stern (1960)

When an alien artifact discovered on Earth is found to have come from Venus, an international team of astronauts embarks to investigate its origins.

East German - Polish sci-fi yarn is slow-paced, woodenly acted and has a slightly dubious political stance, but is otherwise well-crafted and offers some imaginative, even surreal settings.

 Maltin**: "Well produced but stilted."

Anna Karina

Friday, March 4, 2016

New Stuff: La vie d'Adèle - Chapitres 1 et 2

A movie I need to see.

Who's That Girl?

Photographer: Don Hunstein

Avalon Kip


February 2016, Tierpark

Lisa D'Amato

Window faces

Regensburg, February 2016

Vanessa Damasceno

A day in the life, Mar 2

A day in the life, Mar 2, window display

Mia Stass

ph: Simone Falcetta

New York

1970's Uptown Manhattan

Barbara Palvin

First Lines: Harry Crews - A Childhood. A Biography of a Place

My first memory is of a time ten years before I was born, and the memory takes place where I have never been and involves my daddy whom I never knew.

Diana Khalitova


February 2016, Tierpark

Gabby Dover

A day in the life, Mar 1

A day in the life, Mar 1, airplane

Veronica Webb

ph: Pamela Hanson

New Stuff: Fire! She Sleeps, She Sleeps

A new album by Fire!
"Fire! is a Swedish trio comprising Mats Gustafsson (The Thing), Johan Berthling (Tape) and Andreas Werliin (Wildbirds & Peacedrums) that came together with the idea of a fresh approach to improvised music, with a number of influences from free jazz, psychedelic rock and noise."

Estelle Lefebure Hallyday

ph: Marc Hispard

Reasonable Doubt (2014)

A District Attorney has his life turned upside down when he's involved in a hit and run and another man is arrested for his crime and charged with murder.

Fairly suspenseful thriller with an unconvincing plot and some unpleasant characters; once again, Samuel L. Jackson is worth the watch.

Maltin**: "Strictly by-the-numbers thriller is poorly scripted and filled with surprises that aren't very surprising."

Suzanne Lanza

New Stuff: Santigold

Santigold's new album.

Ana Bela Santos

ph: Nicole Heiniger

New Stuff: The Supergirls

"This much-needed alternative history of American comic book icons—from Wonder Woman to Supergirl and beyond—delves into where these crime-fighting females fit in popular culture and why, and what their stories say about the role of women in society from their creation to now, and into the future."

Liza Adamenko

New Stuff: The Singular Universe and the Reality of Time

"A philosopher and a physicist, world-renowned for their radical ideas in their fields, argue for a revolution. To keep cosmology scientific, we must replace the old view in which the universe is governed by immutable laws by a new one in which laws evolve. Then we can hope to explain them."

Tanya Dziahileva

Thursday, March 3, 2016

New Stuff: Zeitkratzer & Keiji Haino

Now this is an interesting combination of artists, can't wait to take a listen.

Who's That Girl?

Art: Jim Silke

Amy Finlayson


February 2016, Tierpark

Lise Olsen

ph: Steven Chee

Window faces

Regensburg, February 2016

Guinevere Van Seenus

ph: Erik Madigan Heck

A day in the life, Feb 29

A day in the life, Feb 29, growth

Skye Stracke