Saturday, October 12th, 2013

Pop Culture’s Most Notorious Baldies

Paying homage to iconic movies and TV series such as The Simpsons, Breaking Bad, The Goonies and Star Wars, Brazillian art-director Fernando Perottoni presents a simple yet fun set of illustrations that depict some of pop cultures most notorious baldies.

Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

Spike Lee for ARTST TLK with Pharrell Williams

For the latest episode of ARTST TLK, Pharrell Williams sat down with iconic filmmaker Spike Lee for a new interview. Aside from producing number one radio hits and designing cool products, the Reserve Channel-backed ARTST TLK is rising to prominence as a premier destination for interviews with the world’s creative geniuses. Though Lee is generally isn’t one to mince words, he speaks comfortably with Williams, giving a detailed account of how he got his start filmmaking, his undying love for Brooklyn, the canon of black cinema, and his most recent projects. Enjoy one of the most poignant episodes of ARTST TLK yet, conveniently featured above.

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

I Am Street Fighter – 25th Anniversary Documentary

The documentary we have here is actually from the collector’s set directed by Area 5, and is 72-minutes exploring the games and fame the series has garnered over the years; also including producer Yoshinoro Ono speaking on its success. If you haven’t seen the film yet, Capcom’s offered a nice treat for the hardcore fans with “25 Years of Inspiration” to enjoy 25 more.

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

Genesis [Short Film]

GENESIS — Set in an alternate present day, people with super abilities known as “genesis subjects” are hunted down by the government as a larger political debate is happening worldwide. When a “hunter” comes face to face with an old friend who refuses to go quietly into the night, he’s faced with his toughest mission yet. Discovering that he may just be a pawn in a much larger game. This is a gritty take on a world filled with people with super abilities. No costumes. No capes. Just a simple question… if someone you knew had special powers, does that mean that they still have the same rights as everyone else? This is a passion project, inspired by X-Men comics and Steven Soderbergh’s “Traffic”.

Monday, July 29th, 2013

87 Films Every Aspiring Director Should Watch by Spike Lee

Today we are happy to share with you one of Spike Lee’s teaching tools in his role as a professor at New York University. In the clip below, Lee goes on to introduce the list of what he considers, “the greatest films ever made.” “If you want to be a filmmaker,” he says, “you should see these films.” Lee’s entire list can be seen after the jump.

Sunday, July 28th, 2013

The Price of Being a Superhero

In a colorful infographic by Emil Lendof, Bob AlGreene and Nina Frazier, we get to see the price of being a superhero from when they were first created to what the equivalent is for them today. Just like regular folks, superheroes have the occasional mundane expense like gas and meals and while Superman doesn’t have it so bad, Wolverine and Batman have to be outraged by the price of basic superhero amenities.

Sunday, July 28th, 2013

Long Live The Kings | Motorcycles And The Open Road

Long Live The Kings is a film and photographic project shot exclusively on on super 16mm relating the hopes and desires of those who go for a motorcycle road trip.

Thursday, July 25th, 2013

Aubrey Plaza’s GQ Photo Shoot + Interview

Aubrey Plaza is on her best behavior, or trying to be. “If I wasn’t shooting tomorrow, I’d drink a lot,” she says, less than five minutes into our interview. “I’d burn it to the ground.” Eventually, though, the night will turn weird. Aubrey Plaza is really good at being weird.

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

Bryan Cranston’s GQ Interview + Cover Shoot

A cancer-ridden science teacher transforms himself into a sinister meth lord. That’s the story of ‘Breaking Bad.’ But it’s also the story of how Bryan Cranston became TV’s greatest leading man. As the show enters its final stretch, GQ’s Brett Martin discovers why Walter White will always live on.

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

Breaking Bad’s New Poster

That last eight episodes of AMC’s Breaking Bad is going to have to answer one big question: Will the once reserved Walter White or his alter ego Heisenberg ultimately win out? The idea of “identity” is supremely put on display with a new image with the moniker “Remember My Name” placed front and center – with a menacing White framed by a Albuquerque backdrop more reminiscent of nuclear winter than the normal images we’re used to. The final episodes of Breaking Bad begin airing on August 11.