"The Women" with Norma Shearer, a young Rosalind Russell, Paulette Goddard, and Joan Crawford. LOVED IT! Those pretty cute funny silly old films with gowns dripping in floaties and sequins and nice fancy hats with the old love story and lots of gossiping in the mix. It was SO much fun and even frivolous in a way. Funny how they talk about the men but they dont' show them at all. Cause it's all about The Women.
"ELECTRIC PURGATORY" WAS AWESOME!!!!!!
Loooooved all the interviews. Right up there with the OMIGOD moments I had when watching Afropunk for the first time in early 05 at the Echo Park Film Center room, I was tripping off all the right on interesting and very direct things about the music industry and how the corporate machine sees the artists and the fans. All about the music and I REALLY liked hearing from all these Black artists from their heart about what they do and what they enjoy. GREAT.
I just watched a special on Black Native Americans of Louisianna narrated by David Carridine. Pretty interesting
Mlle d. Sade said:I just watched a special on Black Native Americans of Louisianna narrated by David Carridine. Pretty interesting
What's the name of this of this special /documentary?
^^^ "...catch a bullet in his teeth?! N!**@ pleez!" Sho Nuff!
= MOOG--- Documentary about Bob Moog, the inventor of the eletronic keyboard synthesizer. Great materail showing him meeting DJ Spooky, the great Bernie Worrell, Rick Wakeman, Money Mark and many others who compose on the Moog. The extras with NIN are good too.