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Calendar, Night&Day Trash Man

Trash Man

Harmony Korine, aging enfant terrible and self-proclaimed "most American" of American indies, finds his level and brings it home to Nashville with the gloriously desultory slap in the face of public taste, Trash Humpers. Korine has proposed the film as…
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Calendar, Night&Day Tony! Tony! Tony!

Tony! Tony! Tony!

Brilliant and uncompromising, violinist Tony Conrad cut a swath through the pop-rock ’60s with his loud, droning, “minimal” music. Applying his ideas about intensity and duration to experimental film, he made the perfectly titled The Flicker in 1966, opening the…
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Calendar, Night&Day Jack of All Trades

Jack of All Trades

There are many contenders for the crown of king of camp, but infamous 1960s New York underground filmmaker Jack Smith (1932-1989) surely deserves top consideration. Admittedly, there were many competitors among Smith's own crowd; who can forget rival Warhol "shooting"…
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