Category Archives: KINO

Listening to a conversation between two friends

David and Eddie as actors of an interview, bear thrills! 😀

Polar bears suggest:
> Lost Highway (by David Lynch)
> Society (by Eddie Vedder)

Growl! 😉

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KINO > Suffragette

Regissør > Sarah Gavron
År > 2015

Dear Inspector Steed. I thought about your offer, and I have to say no. You see, I am a suffragette after all. You told me no one listens to girls like me. Well I can’t have that anymore. All my life, I’ve been respectful, done what men told me. I know better now. I’m worth no more, no less than you. Mrs. Pankhurst said, “If it’s right for men to fight for their freedom, then it’s right for women to fight for theirs.” If the law says I can’t see my son, I will fight to change that law. We’re both foot soldiers, in our own way. Both fighting for our cause. I won’t betray mine. Will you betray yours? If you thought I would, you were wrong about me. Yours sincerely,

Maud Watts

(from the movie)

DOC > A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity

A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity is a free feature-length documentary that follows a community in Australia who came together to explore and demonstrate a simpler way to live in response to global crises. Throughout the year the group build tiny houses, plant veggie gardens, practice simple living, and discover the challenges of living in community.

This film is the product of hours and hours of footage that I shot during that year-long experiment in simple living.

Download the film at http://happenfilms.com/a-simpler-way

Directed by: Jordan Osmond and Samuel Alexander
Written by: Samuel Alexander, Jordan Osmond, and Antoinette Wilson
Executive Producers: The Simplicity Institute, Marcus Foth, Dale & Clare Hembrow
Cinematography by: Jordan Osmond
Edited by: Richard Sidey and Aliscia Young

Well well, cartoons are for children of all ages ;-)

Here is one, Fritz the Cat, one of the best INDEPENDENT animation movie in history of cinema!

Fritz the Cat is a 1972 American adult animated comedy film written and directed by Ralph Bakshi. It was Bakshi’s feature film debut and is loosely based on the Fritz the Cat comic strips by Robert Crumb. It was the first animated feature film to receive an X rating in the United States.

The film stars Fritz (voiced by Skip Hinnant), an anthropomorphic cat in mid-1960s New York City who explores the ideals of hedonism and sociopolitical consciousness. The film is a satire focusing on American college life of the era, race relations, the free love movement, and left- and right-wing politics.

(Source: Wiki)

The entire movie is on Youtube 😉