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“Playing the Building” by David Byrne is a sound installation in which the infrastructure, the physical plant of the building, is converted into a giant musical instrument. Devices are attached to the building structure — to the metal beams and pillars, the heating pipes, the water pipes — and are used to make these things  [ Read More ]

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At the next Torino Film Festival, on 3rd of December 2010, Director Julien Temple will present his new “Requiem For Detroit”, an amazing documentary about the decay and industrial collapse of the America’s fourth largest city. It is a vivid evocation o fan apocalyptic vision: a slow-motion Katrina that has had many more victims. Detroit,  [ Read More ]

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“Strategies Against Architecture IV” EINSTÜRZENDE NEUBAUTEN Pitchfork / Mute 2010 8+ / 10 Glacial atmospheres forced with the post-industrial flow by the storic german band, that gives this compilation-best of their more recent carreer, from 2002 to nowadays. Listening to the two volumes of this “Strategies Against Architecture IV” is a mephistophelean trip that speeds  [ Read More ]

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Mother of Rock: Lillian Roxon

  “Mother of Rock: Lillian Roxon” ONE LINER Mother of Rock: Lillian Roxon shines a light into the decadent world of Max’s Kansas City, a tiny underground club in New York, and Lillian Roxon’s place in documenting the emerging rock revolution as it rolled over the US in the 1960s and early 1970s. SHORT SYNOPSIS  [ Read More ]

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"Inception"

“INCEPTION” di Christopher Nolan Scardinare le avanguardie cinematografiche, infarcendone i contenuti con sostenuti incroci di meta-cinema, futurismi mentali e simbolismi tecnologici a metafora di un’interiorità sotterranea, latente e manipolatrice, in effetti potrebbe bastare a definire “Inception” l’ennesimo capolavoro di Christopher Nolan, già abbondantemente convincente in prove quali “Memento” e il più recente “The Dark Knight”,  [ Read More ]

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