STAR WARS: ORIGINS will take a unique look at where the saga began. A thrilling action adventure film drawing inspiration from both STAR WARS and INDIANA JONES to tell an epic story based on Earth during WWII.Keep Reading
This is a new approach to raising environmental awareness! Voiced by more A-list recording artists than you can name, so what’s not to love?!Keep Reading
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Welcome, Indie music fans from around the world to Episode #36 of INDIEcent Exposure. I’m your host, the mongrel, and, as always, I’ll be spinning you a wide selection of choice tracks from far flung locales and genres.
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Warner Brothers 1950 Looney Tunes cartoon, “Water, Water Every Hare” features Bugs Bunny, an evil scientist, and a hulking, red, shaggy monster, “Rudolf” (inspiration to Jim Henson, maybe?). While the story line is almost a match to another of Bugs’ trips to the mad scientist’s castle, “Hair-Raising Hare,” this delight — found intact on a damaged hard drive and contributed to archive.org — is UNCUT!Keep Reading
In this episode, we speak with Jennifer Trainer, director of the documentary, Museum Town which released earlier in 2019, debuting at SXSW. Museum Town tells the story of MASS MoCA, arguably the United States’ most expansive contemporary art space, but it does a lot more besides. This flick situates the museum within the various contexts of history, culture, and economic development. With memories and observations contributed by political figures, local business owners, the general public, artists, and the architects of the original idea, Museum Town takes an unflinching look back at how their instincts were, in many ways, spot on, but at the same time missed the mark here or there.
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The American Social Health Association was always experimenting with new ways to educate the public about venereal disease. They helped produce the first VD education film, “Fit to Fight”, in 1918 in order to educate soldiers being shipped abroad to fight in the first World War.Keep Reading
PLUS: Eight other artists you should give a listen to. * EXPLICIT * (but just a tiny bit…)
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Welcome, Indie music fans from around the world to Episode #35 of INDIEcent Exposure. I’m your host, the mongrel, and, as always, I’ll be spinning you a wide selection of choice tracks from far flung locales and genres.Keep Reading
Pasta for War satirizes a 1930’s propaganda newsreel. It begins with fresh pasta marching towards the podium. There, the Great Dictator orates.Keep Reading
For this edition of our Weekend Travel Pick, we’ve got a Columbia County, New York, twofer: one of the region’s best film festivals, and some spooky pre-Halloween fun.
The Haunt: Forest Frights in New Lebanon
Go ahead. Ring the doorbell.
Then push open the creaky gate—the one with the blinking eyeball—and be plunged into the darkness, with only an itty-bitty flashlight, some caution tape, and your own sense of self-possession to guide you. You’re in The Haunt, Columbia County’s newest spookfest. For the next 40 minutes, you’ll wander a twisting haunted Halloween trail in the woods of New Lebanon—which, if I’m being honest, can be pretty hair-raising all on their own at night.Keep Reading
With muted desert colors and plenty of action on each page, Raúl the Third’s ¡Vamos! Let’s Go to the Market offers adults and kids alike a chance to be steeped in the culture of a vibrant Mexican market. Drawn in a style reminiscent of 1920s-style cartoon characters, a young wolf named Little Lobo and his dog, Bernabé, wind through a busy day of delivering supplies to Lobo’s clients, who all work at the Mercado.Keep Reading