Wednesday, October 31, 2012

HLLWN 4 Anna / Helen

NOTE:
PLEASE WATCH ALL FILMS FULL SCREEN
SCALING ON

For Isabel from Lux on Vimeo.

For Neeraja from Lux on Vimeo.

For Kjetil-Vidar from Lux on Vimeo.



Contents

Alvin Lucier - I Am Sitting in a Room
Angelo Badalamenti - Mulholland Drive

02 Voices-From Possesed-Children-1978 
(Okkulte Stimmen Mediale Musik: Recordings Of Unseen Intelligences 1905-2007 Disc 1)
Sylvain Chauveau -Le Brasier De Tristesse

Pita - Eternal

Angelo - Badalementi - The Black Dog Runs At Night

aTelecine - Never Was A Dreamer (v0x)

Holy Other - Nothing Here

Chelsea Wolfe - Benjamin
Jack Sutton Contacts Dead Airmen

LA Vampires & Zola Jesus - Bone Is Bloodstone

Prurient & Nico Vascellari - Untitled

Tim Hecker - Pluie 2 (for Sylvain Émard Danse)
David Croenenberg - 5 Deaths

Kites - Flag Torn Apart

Jocelyn Pook - Masked Ball (1999 Extended Remix)

Goldmund - Anomolie Loop (1960 - 1969)
Leslie Flint As Charlotte Brontë, 1973 
Alvin Lucier - I Am Sitting in a Room (Reprise)

Bonus Feature
LUX GUIDE TO HORROR FILMS from Lux on Vimeo.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Good Kid, M.A.A.D City #3

Another day working on "stuff"
Gotta run down to Soho to get my footage transferred tommorow
Today I made theHalloween Mix is made it's called













Lots of Tim Hecker and piano pieces and the best fucking samples.

Tommorow I'm going out for sure.

Good Kid, M.A.A.D City #2

Today I worked on more of the films and watched Possesion (1981)
Now I'm haunted by Isabelle adjani.
One of the strongest performances I've ever seen.
At its core the film is about the demise of a relationship and the fact you can never really leave anyone.
Speechless.
Seek it out.






















Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Good Kid, M.A.A.D City #1

I spent my first day of the holiday making films.
This will be part of my short film anthology. I thought I'd preview it here.
Thanks to everyone whose supporting the project, asking when the fuck they'll be screened and helping out on production that shit means more than I can say
WATCH FULL SCREEN
WITH SCALING ON

I KNOW YOU CRIED LAST NIGHT - PREVIEW EPISODE from Lux on Vimeo.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Zadie Smith's rules for writers


1 When still a child, make sure you read a lot of books. Spend more time doing this than anything else.

2 When an adult, try to read your own work as a stranger would read it, or even better, as an enemy would.

3 Don't romanticise your "vocation". You can either write good sentences or you can't. There is no "writer's lifestyle". All that matters is what you leave on the page.

4 Avoid your weaknesses. But do this without telling yourself that the things you can't do aren't worth doing. Don't mask self-doubt with contempt.

5 Leave a decent space of time between writing something and editing it.

6 Avoid cliques, gangs, groups. The presence of a crowd won't make your writing any better than it is.

7 Work on a computer that is disconnected from the ­internet.

8 Protect the time and space in which you write. Keep everybody away from it, even the people who are most important to you.

9 Don't confuse honours with achievement.

10 Tell the truth through whichever veil comes to hand – but tell it. Resign yourself to the lifelong sadness that comes from never ­being satisfied.