National Film Preservation Foundation and Film Foundation have awarded $50,000 in grants to preserve works by Lillian Schwartz and others.
Andy Warhol, the insanely influential and iconic multimedia pop artist, was born on Aug. 6, 1928. He would have been 83 today. He passed away on Feb. 22, 1987 following complications due to gall bladder surgery, which really sucks because one gets the feeling that Andy would have totally loved and embraced the Internet and […]
Everybody wants Joe. In the Paul Morrissey directed Heat from 1972, Warhol superstar Joe Dallesandro plays an ex-child star who now sleeps around to get by in Hollywood. Among his conquests is an aging actress, Sally (Sylvia Myles), whose glamorous heyday has long passed her by. While she wants to help Joe attain his dreams, […]
The 12th annual Melbourne Underground Film Festival plans to Destroy All Movies by screening films by Jon Hewitt, Larry Wessel and more.
Netflix has begun streaming underground movies over the Internet, now you can watch Eraserhead, Maya Deren, My Winnipeg and more online.
Look at some fantastic underground film posters and newspaper ads scanned from Jonas Mekas’ seminal book Movie Journal.
The 22nd annual Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival will screen films by Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Kenneth Anger and more.
Dennis Hopper, who just passed away, had a brief flirtation with the underground film scene of the ’60s due to his relationship with Andy Warhol.
Callie Angell, the chief archivist of the film legacy of Andy Warhol, passed away on May 12 at the age of 62.
The Re-Death Of Psychedelia is a DVD compilation of the L.A. public access show The Threee Geniuses and it will blow your mind, man!