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Film Review: Marfa Girl

Anyone familiar with Larry Clark’s work knows that even at his best, his films are unfocused. He’s often content to let the camera hover around his various casts of disaffected youth rather than zoom in on them, valuing atmosphere over any kind of highly detailed plot. 503 more words

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Step into the world of Roger Ballen, with the new short, Outland

The sorta short that should appeal to fans of Larry Clarke and Harmony Korine. Coinciding with the re-release of 2001’s photographic collection, Odyssey, this film explores the people of South Africa as documented by Roger Ballen. 146 more words




Dir: Larry Clark


The controversial director/photographer Larry Clark completely bottoms out with this lazy, retrodden near pastiche of all of his previous work centralised on a 16-year-old skater boy named Adam in the small Texan border town of Marfa. 339 more words


J.W. Anderson x Larry Clark

“The Smell Of Us” is £10 and you can buy it here.


The Smell of Us

What makes a movie exploitative? Not as a genre (exploitation films), but as an invective hurled by critics who deem the film or its scenes, typically of a graphic sexual nature, as exploitative. 838 more words



When two people I admire get together to make a book, it´s destined to be a good one.. (From my point of view, that is.) Inspired by the characters from Larry Clark´s “Kids” (1995) and wearing J.W. 23 more words