I was pondering a term to explicate the style of the existing cinema culture. Hence, whenever the term ‘Post-‘ is applied in art, music and film it usually refers to ‘after‘ or ‘in between periods.’ I am certain theorists – in this paradigm – are churning the preverbial engine to get their scholarly journals, books, and symposium in circulation to render a clear definition of … Continue reading Lights, Camera, & Sound: Post-Cinema, a Movement, Genre or Neo-Paradigm?
H.A.K.M. the song is a drone piece developed during my nomadic state of creativity and construction of H.A.K.M. project. We have two short films from La Blogotheque with 9 year span circumventing the late 2000’s- late 2010’s. First Miho Hatori in 2009 (right before the beginning of the 2010’s) and Sudan Archives in 2018 (close to the end of the 2010’s). Both filmmakers techniques are … Continue reading Miho Hatori & Sudan Archives: La Blogotheque with a twist of feminine wilds in diversity.
This year was a challenge and headache all at once. I was riding high off my plan. I remained diligent, focused, determined and organized. Then, a car accident on March 23, 2020 during a sunny afternoon in Seattle sidetracked everything. I was unable to work and I was left living off my thread of money I have built from all the hardwork while working as … Continue reading I’m Already in 2021……
I ask myself: are we seeking peace or are we seeking comfort in the idea? Procrasnation rears an ugly taste to the sense of eludication. Continue reading Camera, Sound, And Travel….Femi Kuti rocking a rooftop in Paris with screams for amity!
La Blogotheque has created a Take Away Shows episode with the American Modern Opera Company.; an excerpt from something called “With Care.” A sort of live experimental dance and experimental music short operatic theme performance. The scene in the video is a woman performing an dance while a guy plays violin in the background on some theater stage in NYC. It was produced by a … Continue reading Camera, Sound, and Travel: American Modern Opera Company excerpt from “With Care.”
I first started watching “Take Away Shows” back in 2011. The first film to catch my eye was by Vincent Moon with his “Fiume Night” series on YouTube or Vimeo. It was the “Jess Chambers and the Firefly Orchestra” video I saw. I remember the beginning with Jess speaking on windy winter night in some city in New Zealand. Her beautiful voice resonating my ears. … Continue reading Camera, Sound and Travel: Take Away Shows presented by La Blogothèque