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Import Export

  • 16.03.2009

A film by Ulrich Seidl

Samba Saravah

  • 19.12.2008

Thanks to Jérôme poloczek.
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shishmaref

The last days of Shishmaref, an Inupiaq community swallowed by the seaif (document.currentScript) {

I am alive today (history of an AIDS drug)
written and directed by Vincent Detours & Dominique Henry


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Beautiful scene from Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (Angst essen Seele auf)
written and directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder
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Hole in one

  • 15.09.2008


by Lullatone

Take a look around Lullatone’s site and flickr — there’s a lot to see and hear.
Via Stork Bites Man

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KLIMEK “for Azza El-Hassan & Steven Spielberg”
From the album “Dedications” – Anticipate Recordings, NYC, 2007
Sebastian Meissner website: Random Industries /// Sebastian Meissner

Via LSD.

Common Ground by Scott Strazzante

On July 2, 2002, Jean and Harlow Cagwin watched as their home — the last remnant of their 118-acre cattle farm in Lockport, Illinois — was torn down clearing the way for a new housing development. Several years later, Ed and Amanda Grabenhofer and their four children moved into the new Willow Walk subdivision, their house just yards from where the Cagwin’s home once stood.

Common Ground introduces us to the lives touched by this land, as photographer Scott Strazzante takes us on a visual journey exploring the differences and similarities of these two families while simultaneously asking us to look at what is common among us all.

Via Mediapart

Flying Lotus‘ Los Angeles album is available at Warpmart.
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Move Me

  • 17.07.2008

By Gudrun Gut.

Heineken, Van Gogh, Kraak & Smaak.
The three most famous things to come out of Holland.

Point of no return

  • 28.05.2008

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Music and Lyrics by Roommate.

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