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Leap – Melanie Manchot

LEAP (2011) observes a range of physical and psychological situations in the quest for a brief moment of perfection. Based around an annual worldcup event and set on the world’s largest natural skijump, LEAP was filmed during December 2010 in … Continue reading

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Corporate Cannibal

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open air

If I heard anyone say of me `fucking comes to her as easily ‘as breathing’, I would agree more than willingly because the expression could be taken literally. My first sexual experience, and many others since, took place in circumstances … Continue reading

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The Origin of Porno

1878: the Muybridge equine series Studying the horse, we understand how hard-core followed the invention of photography. There’s a dark compelling muscle framed by the flanks. There’s a question, an academic question, of at which point in a leap the … Continue reading

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Forthcoming… cinema without screens

The Bioskop >>>hosting Live Timeline Actions>>>  presents… CINEMA WITHOUT SCREENS 8pm | date to be announced | secret location Tonight The Bioskop will take you to a secret location to explore a new Cinema Without Screens. Artists Live Timeline Actions … Continue reading

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Sunday

Sunday (John Lawlor, Ireland) Sunday from John Lawlor on Vimeo.

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The Jump (1978)

By Jack Goldstein

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MGM (Jack Goldstein, 1975)

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The End (Christopher Maclaine, 1953)

Christopher Maclaine, a beat poet of the 1940s and ’50s living in San Francisco, made only four films in his lifetime – The End (1953, 35 min.), The Man Who Invented Gold (1957, 14 min.), Beat (1958, 6 min.), Scotch … Continue reading

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snow was general all over Ireland

James Joyce’s The Dead “A few light taps upon the pane made him turn to the window. It had begun to snow again. He watched sleepily the flakes, silver and dark, falling obliquely against the lamplight. The time had come … Continue reading

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