The 6th annual Migrating Forms returns to the BAMcinématek in Brooklyn, NY on Dec. 10-18 for a week of new and classic experimental media, including a William Greaves documentary retrospective.
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All the Rage is a profile of Dr. John Sarno, the American doctor who has been a lone voice in the wilderness of modern day medicine.
If you don’t mind the commercial interruptions, here are five off-beat movies streaming now on Hulu: I Declare War, The Oregonian, A Band Called Death, The Rambler and The Color Wheel.
Mono No Aware continues its hardcore commitment to keeping the practice of expanded cinema alive with their 8th annual edition that will run on December 5-6 in Brooklyn, NY at LightSpace Studios.
The Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival will be making its grand return in early 2015 and is now open for submissions.
Nov. 19: Another Experiment By Women Film Festival will be screening films by Rhayne Vermette and by AXWFF curator Lili White
Exposed! What people do in the privacy of their very own homes is put on display for all to see in Adele Horne’s very dirty movie, Maintenance. Horne’s subjects do it all: Scrubbing, dusting, sweeping, mopping. No, those aren’t euphemisms. Maintenance exposes the private act of cleaning in an entirely engrossing way.
Outrageous Underground Film Moment 10: Groovin’ Gary dresses up like Olivia Newton-John for his one chance at greatness in Trent Harris’s The Beaver Trilogy.
If you’re tired of the usual serial killers or have gotten bored with the the living dead, here’s a severed handful of quirky horror flicks to make for a wickedly entertaining Halloween.
After her husband is murdered just before Christmas, a suburban woman begins a downward spiral into a world of decadence and debauchery, especially when she learns that her dead spouse had been having an affair with an exotic dancer.