I’ve bought my tickets for tonight’s edition of the 2000 New York Underground Film Festival and I’m killing time at The Sanctuary vegetarian restaurant.
2000 NYUFF Reviews
Ecstasy in Entropy is the first film I’ve seen by Nick Zedd, founder of the Cinema of Transgression, and it’s an intriguingly sexy, violent underground film.
The previous nights of the 2000 New York Underground Film Festival have gone without a hitch, but tonight seems like a disaster and there’s no staff to ask.
I got back to the theater for the 2000 New York Underground Film Festival a half hour before my movie’s start, only to find an incredibly huge line outside.
A Sudden Loss of Gravity by Todd Verow was mostly about a group of teens in the early ’80s who sit around drinking too much.
The Shield Around the K is a talky documentary by Heather Rose about Olympia, WA’s legendary underground record label K Records and its founder Calvin Johnson.
Chris Wilcha’s personal work documentary The Target Shoots First is a totally rockin’ movie, about his insane hassles working for record group Columbia House.
This is just a quick note I’m jotting down about the short film Experimental #29.95 by culture prankster group RTMark. The piece didn’t work so well for me.
My first film on Day 2 of the New York Underground Film Festival, Black & Gold, got canceled, so I ended up having a few drinks at the Holiday Cocktail Lounge.
There’s only one other person waiting in line with me to buy tickets for the second day of the 2000 New York Underground Film Festival.