White Girl (2016; Dir.: Elizabeth Wood)
By Daniel Barnes
*Opens Friday, September 16, at the AMC Van Ness 14 in San Francisco. 237 more words
The first time that I ever saw Kids, the 1995 directorial debut of Larry Clark, my initial response was to wonder what the Hell everyone was talking about. 1,022 more words
United Talent Agency has launched the UTA Artist Space, a new multidisciplinary exhibition setting that opens Sept. 17.
Located in Boyle Heights near downtown Los Angeles, the 4,500-square foot space will serve UTA’s roster of artists, musicians, filmmakers, writers and more. 183 more words
UTA is putting the finishing touches on UTA Artist Space, a 4,500-square-foot exhibition venue in downtown Los Angeles. The plan is to use it to showcase artists, musicians, filmmakers, writers and more — some from the agency’s client roster, and some not — and will feature readings, performances, screenings, and large-scale exhibitions often in collaboration with other galleries. 133 more words
This week marks the 20th anniversary of Larry Clark’s film Kids. Filmed in a documentary-like manner, Clark’s bleak portrayal of 1990s youth follows a group of teens in New York City over a period of 24 hours as they drink, take drugs and have lots and lots of sex. 647 more words