Underground Film Links: May 27, 2012
For various reasons, I don’t have too many links this week.
- This first one is a Mus Read and I don’t know when it was written and it was probably a pretty long time ago, but I just stumbled onto it this week and it’s pretty interesting. Underground film reviewer and historian Fred Camper tackles the problem of “Naming, and Defining, Avant-Garde or Experimental Film.”
- If you haven’t noticed, Donna k. has quickly shifted from being an excellent film production blogger to being a fantastic writer of all the arts. In this article, she seeks to define the saying “All art aspires to the condition of music.” She also has lots of great music videos to watch, too. Plus, food!
- Former John Waters best buddy Robert Meier throws some cold water on the hot topic of the underground filmmaker’s “casual” hitchhiking across the country.
- BadAzz MoFo has never seen the original Mother’s Day? For shame…
- Glenn Kenny reviews Alex Ross Perry’s The Color Wheel. Can a critic be irritated and entertained by a film at the same time? Plus, Traveling Light at Migrating Forms.