A Short Film Collaboration.
directed by: Cat Solen
artwork by: Swoon
music: My Morning Jacket - http://mymorningjacket.com
Filmed at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) in conjunction with the exhibition Art in the Streets - http://www.moca.org
Made at the Levi’s Film Workshop - http://workshops.levi.com
producer: Jonathan Wells
directory of photography: Joel Fox
edited by: Aaron Morris
line producer: Cindy Thoennessen
much thanks: Tod Seelie, Jaime Caliri, Alex Juhasz, Red Light Management, Dragon Stop Motion# vimeo.com/22618023 Uploaded 109K Plays 437 Likes 7 Comments
See the trailer for the Neckface super-villain movie - Born Under a Bad Sign.
An action horror meets street art film from Isaiah Seret + Neckface.
Wayne Dalglish (Stunt Double)
Isaiah Seret & Neck Face
Candice Ouaknine, Jonathan Wells, Aaron Ginsberg & Danielle Hinde
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Matthew J. Lloyd
Neckface, Ashley Fenton
Diana Contreras & Mindy LeBrock
Wayne Dalglish & Mindy Kelly
Synapse Effects, Josh Foster and Joe Cornell
Atlas Entertainment, Panavision Hollywood, Rik DeLisle, Quixote, The Foundry, Synapse Special Effects, Unbridled Sound, MOCA, Rebecca Roven, Jeffrey Deitch, Lyn Winter, The Levi's Film Workshop
Filmed at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) in conjunction with the exhibition Art in the Streets - http://moca.org.# vimeo.com/24155471 Uploaded 28.6K Plays 161 Likes 5 Comments
A Short Film Collaboration on the art of Kenny Scharf.
directed by: Nathan Meier and Malia Scharf
artwork by: Kenny Scharf
music: "Driving the Monkey to the Airport" by Monsters From Mars - http://monstersfrommars.com/
edited by: Bec Stupak
Filmed in New York, Los Angeles and at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) in conjunction with the exhibition Art in the Streets - http://moca.org
Made at the Levi's Film Workshop - http://workshops.levi.com
Executive Producer: Jonathan Wells
Shot by Nathan Meier, Norbert Sheih, Harry Geller
Film Colorist: Alen de Los Santos
Thanks: Moritz Rechenberg, Dave Taga, Kenji Hayasaki, Mandeep, Lidia Meier, Tony Frere, David Koh, David Morgan, Terry Spraker, Linda Wissmath, Andre Morton, Steve Anker.
Learn about the Kenny Scharf feature-length documentary film:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nathanmeier/the-funs-inside-a-film-portrait-of-kenny-scharf# vimeo.com/23396143 Uploaded 6,655 Plays 42 Likes 0 Comments
IN ASSOCIATION WITH DOOMSDAY ENTERTAINMENT
OUTSIDE IN: The Story of Art in the Streets
A Film by Alex Stapleton
Trailer by Trailer Park
OUTSIDE IN is a celebratory and historical look at street art and graffiti through the lens of the Museum of Contemporary Art's groundbreaking exhibition Art in the Streets. The film features renowned artists Shepard Fairey, Lee Quiñones, Swoon, Futura, Mister Cartoon, Revok, Martha Cooper, Invader to name a few. Director Alex Stapleton (Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel) documents the artist's creative process, their pitfalls with the law, the poetic impermanence of their craft and the artists' evolution from the back seat of a cop car to the walls of a well-respected institution.
Filmed at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) in conjunction with the exhibition Art in the Streets - http://moca.org
Outside In will be released fall 2011# vimeo.com/24192456 Uploaded 50.2K Plays 517 Likes 10 Comments
Battle Station, 2011
Courtesy of The Estate of Rammellzee and The Suzanne Geiss Company
Installation at Art in The Streets, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA.
One of hip-hop’s most enigmatic figures, RAMMELLZEE was a graffiti writer, rapper, and sculptor. Born in Far Rockaway. Queens, RAMMELLZEE began a brief graffiti career on the A train in the mid-1970s. By the early 1980s, he was creating paintings and three-dimensional sculptures of letters, many of which were shown in galleries and museums. RAMMELLZEE viewed lettering as a form of weaponry and believed graffiti could liberate the mystical power of the alphabet, as a theory put forth in the manifestos “Ikonoklast Panzerism” and “Gothic Futurism”. A reclusive artist, RAMMELLZEE all but stopped exhibiting his work in public and spent much of the last two decade of his life in his TriBeCa loft he called the Battle Station, where he was rarely photographed without wearing one of his handmade, science fiction-style masks. He died in 2010 at the age of 49.
Directors: Andy Bruntel & Felipe Lima
Producers: Bret Nicely & Jett Steiger
Camera: Larkin Donley# vimeo.com/24481589 Uploaded 18.2K Plays 148 Likes 0 Comments
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