Posts tagged " Films "

Jean-Luc Godard Pushes the Boundaries of 3D Film with “Goodbye to Language”

March 30th, 2015 Posted by Featured, Film No Comment yet

More important is the mysticism at the heart of the film. For Godard, art allows us to access a more fundamental reality – one deeper than language can communicate. All of the film’s dialogue is just a way of circling around that inexpressible point, a point well made with a line of Claude Monet’s: “Paint not what we see, for we see nothing…but paint that we don’t see.”

IPMM Exclusive Interview – Rasmus Stolberg of Efterklang

January 12th, 2012 Posted by Featured, Interviews, Music No Comment yet

“In total we filmed 20 scenes on 20 different locations in just 3 days. No matter who we called, people wanted to help us out. It was beautiful and heartwarming.” – Rasmus Stolberg of Efterklang

Graffiti Fine Art by Jared Levy – Pt 2 : Exclusive Interview

November 28th, 2011 Posted by Featured, Film, Interviews, Photography No Comment yet

“There is no proper direct translation for “Fine Art” in Portuguese.” But we’re talking about Brazil, so that doesn’t surprise us. Get behind filmmaker Jared Levy’s lens in this IPaintMyMind Exclusive Interview…

El Topo Screening + Q&A with Alejandro Jodorovsky @ Lincoln Center (NYC)

November 7th, 2011 Posted by Events, Featured, Film No Comment yet

On November 1st, 2011, IPMM was part of a packed house at Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Theater, joined by legendary film maker, Alejandro Jodorowsky for a screening of his 1970 landmark picture, El Topo.

Photos and brilliant quotes ensued.

Herb & Dorothy : A Film by Megumi Sasaki

May 13th, 2010 Posted by Art, Film No Comment yet

The collection was more important than the price it could fetch

JR: TRAILER " WOMEN ARE HEROES"

April 28th, 2010 Posted by Featured, Photography No Comment yet

…then you can see life…

Timothy Saccenti

March 20th, 2010 Posted by Art, Featured, Film, Photography No Comment yet


Mr. Saccenti is a Director and Photographer based in NYC, and well, I love everything he’s done. He’s shot folks like Erykah Badu, Battles, Flying Lotus, Animal Collective, Prefuse 73, EL-P, and DJ Premier, to list a few of the bangers.

His surreal-futuristic vibe works well when he conspires with Warp Records, but it also tends to separate him from the headshot photographers, and typical biographical vibe of the way musicians are often captured. His elaborate environments are out there, and they make you want to jump down the rabbit hole.