Sunday, July 22, 2018

Features

Generation Revolution: The Top 5 Protest Songs from Latin America

The relationship between art and politics is a dynamic co-constitutive one. Art sparks the imagination...

Rat Bastard talks boring music, liberating noise and cutting handmade records — a III Points music profile

Miami Beach's Rat Bastard has parlayed obscurity into a sort of personal success. Born Frank...

How Stanley Kubrick broke the rules of Classical Hollywood cinema and made a better film with ’2001: A Space Odyssey’: My MA thesis redux...

Chapter III-B: The Sublimation of Narrative: Film Techniques in 2001: A Space Odyssey Note: this is...

An older sister is unstoppable in Fanny’s Journey – a film review

The beautiful bucolic landscape of France and Italy is the place where Director Lola Dillon takes...

An in-depth look at Pink Floyd’s ‘the Wall’ Immersion box set

I first heard Pink Floyd's 1979 double album the Wall sometime in 1984, as a...

‘Moonrise Kingdom’: a different kind of Wes Anderson film

Moonrise Kingdom is not your typical Wes Anderson film. As a long-time fan, I have always...

An interview with Harry Waters – jazz man … and son of Pink Floyd’s Roger

I have produced another artist profile piece for another “New Times” publication in South Florida....

Film Review: ‘Blue Is the Warmest Color’ and the pain of loving

There is a lot of noise surrounding this year’s Palme d'Or-crowned Blue is the Warmest Color....

The Untamed confronts primal desires through sci-fi/horror tentacle sex fable — a film review

Despite its surreal science-fiction horror sensibilities, there’s no denying what Mexican director Amat Escalante and...

From the Archives: Mike Garson on working with David Bowie, the later years (Part 2 of 5)

Continuing in a series of posts that incorporate two separate conversations I had with David...