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Parlor tricks with 'Just Larry'

Native Memphian Larry Clark is a celebrated circus star and award-winning master magician.

This week he’s taking a short break from his national tour to entertain hometown audiences with his new “Parlor Tricks” show. 39 more words

Live At 9

'Kids' Documentary Launching Kickstarter Campaign

Producers of “The Kids,” an upcoming documentary about the actors who inspired Larry Clark’s “Kids,” are launching a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter.

The campaign is starting in conjunction with the 20th anniversary of “Kids.” Caroline Rothstein began working on the documentary two years ago by writing a retrospective about what happened to the children from “Kids.” 152 more words


How Does It Feel to Know that KIDS Turns 20? Leigh Remembers The Hot Summer of Clark and Korine

Upon hearing that this summer was the 20th anniversary of Kids, I begged Andy for the chance to review it, to see it 20 years later through different eyes. 587 more words

Film Club

Garry Winogrand and Larry Clark

I was rather excited when I saw that the Monte Clark Gallery in Vancouver was exhibiting photos by Garry Winogrand and Larry Clark and armed with a tiny notebook, pencil and my little point and shoot camera tucked into a pocket and my crutches (still recovering from that knee replacement surgery) I persuaded my husband to drive me to the gallery so I could view the exhibition. 399 more words

Research And Reflection

Retrospect: Kids

On the 20th anniversary of Larry Clark’s controversial, 1995 youth-based flick, I once again teamed up with Failed Critics to take a look back at its brutally raw, fucked up, lightning in a bottle qualities. 30 more words



by Nicholas Lay (@laidbaremedia)

A young couple, stripped down to their undies and suspiciously underage in appearance, engage in some overly gaping lip locking via the medium of extreme close-up. 1,056 more words




The Smell of Us (2015) by Larry Clark is a skewed view to what fuccbois are like in Paris. I liked Kids for its raw honesty as everything seemed natural–something I didn’t see in this film. 68 more words