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A drone shot of a large procession were thousands gathered to protest against governments Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB), Thursday, 12 Dec, 2019 in Guwahati, Assam, India. Thousands of people defied curfew and marched towards a ground in the heart of the Guwahati city.
The controversial bill was passed by the both houses of the Indian parliament that will grant Indian citizenship to non-Muslim refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh & Afghanistan.
Rest in Real // @camillesauerart & @corentinschimel
Ce mois-ci, c’est le thème du « Média dans l’art » qui est à l’honneur! Place au troisième documentaire!
Camille Sauer & Corentin Schimel constatent que face à la situation de multiplication des taches incombant à l’artiste pour gérer sa carrière, son image et la mise en lumière de son travail, il paraît alors plus qu’indispensable pour ce dernier de cultiver et de repenser, au delà de la médiation, la médiatisation qu’il en fait.
La suite, c’est par ici : https://www.parietism.com/media-dans-art-corentinshimel-cs
Le Pariétisme, c’est aussi un média indépendant qui dresse un regard critique sur le monde de l’art. Chaque mois, 4 photographes réalisent un documentaire inédit afin de répondre à une problématique nouvelle.
This month, the theme of "Media in Art" is in the spotlight! Now it's time for the third documentary!
Camille Sauer & Corentin Schimel note that in the situation of multiplication of the tasks incumbent on the artist to manage his career, his image and the highlighting of his work, it seems more than essential for the latter to cultivate and rethink, beyond mediation, the mediatiation he makes of it.
Kamoshita is my fav oden/izakaya in SG! Have never ever been disappointed eating here and everything always hits the spot! Last night yummyness of:
Ikura-uni mini bowl
Onsen egg oden
Sashimi platter- tuna, spanish mackerel and sea bream
I 100% judge the success of a shoot based on how snuggly it is. These two are everything 🤩
I got to work with my talented friends from @roxy_and_rose_ hair and makeup on this shoot. It was our very first shoot together and I’m so excited for many more 🍾 it’s so important to surround yourself with people who inspire you, so your work keeps staying fresh. The fact that I adore Roxy and Lavern as people is just a bonus.
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“Every family has its secrets...” Part of growing up is also waking up - in particular to the reality of your parents being whole people with interior lives of their own, messy histories and private turmoil you’d previously been blind to.
And that's exactly what filmmaker Doug Block confronts in his warm and enthralling documentary 51 BIRCH STREET as he and his siblings experience a deep shock when their father remarries three months after the sudden death of their mother.
Combing through the archives of the family’s home videos, interviewing family and friends, and even pouring over their mother’s prolific diaries in which she shares her most intimate thoughts and desires, Doug tracks down the clues to unlock the mystery of his parents’ true natures and understand the hidden complexities of their relationship.
What makes the film so riveting are the twists and turns. (And isn’t that also what makes human relationships so engrossing?) Timeless, moving, critically acclaimed, this doc begs to be discussed!
Watch it with us on Monday, December 16 in Vancouver as we kick off our "How We Are Together" micro-festival.
Get tickets before they're gone: hoovie.movie/screenings.
Not in Vancouver? Well, why not host your own? Learn how at hoovie.movie/host!
DANCING ON THE HEADS OF SNAKES (Worlds Within Worlds)
Many bands claim to take us on a journey. Some, like obnoxious tourists, wave their influences in our faces like tacky souvenirs; others flaunt their musicological expertise as a badge of authenticity. By contrast, the new album from the Madrid-based band Orontes ultimately brings us somewhere that seems placeless: a mental state with the occasional shadow or flashback, allowing us the space to lose ourselves. The opening Dimashq Blues (bandleader/oud player Michel Gasco’s tribute to Damascus), and the menacing title track that closes the set are compositionally the most elaborate, with droning double bass, flute textures ranging from European classical to husky West African, and the ominous bendhir frame drum. However, the album's most powerful impact comes from the feeling of being invited to observe a series of private moments when instruments meet and play off each other: the bass and violin on Shams, or the flute and oud on Samai. These moments evoke chance encounters that we might have on a journey: those apparently random, fleeting conversations with strangers in which we make an unexpected deep connection and then never see each other again. EUGENE ULMAN
Some old travel footage taken by my grandfather. Part of my very personal documentary, premiering next week in Shinjuku! (event info below)
"My Father, His Father and Me" contains 3 generations of footage, both recent and archival, as my father and I try to retrace the steps of a family trip over 60 years ago. Candid interviews illuminate what is passed from father to son, as we search the Scottish highlands for the location of my father's earliest memory. Featuring an original soundtrack by Hakobune.
Premiere Screening at Place M Gallery Shinjuku, 7pm on December 17th. English and Japanese with subtitles. Soundtrack by @takayori