One of those movies that almost defines the term “cult film,” this is Lynch's debut, which was made back when he could still be called an experimental filmmaker. All that means is that there are lots of truly repugnant images here. Are they human or are they “other”? Not even their mutant baby knows for sure.
The colorful paintings of Peggy Weiss' "Odyssey Remembered" pay homage to both the ties that bind and the everlasting influence of nature on our psyche. Bonus: New works by photographer Kevin Greenblat and painter Erika Huddleston, too.
Newly Restored: The movie takes the whole police action drama as a form and turns it on its head. Set in Mexico, Pedro Rojas (Sosa) is the highway patrolman who goes from his idealistic notions of law enforcement to embittered disillusionment with the corruption he encounters.
The experimental art collective is seeking original videos of 4 minutes or less to be included in the latest volume of their zine, Dream Dates Reloaded. There will be a screening and release party in February.
Here's a new show of the New York-based artist's sculpture and photography, a body of work that "reflects an increasingly complicated world that requires a nuanced understanding of the potential of hybridity and pluralism." And this is our reviewer's reaction to the show.
"Chapel Shrine" showcases the paintings of Austin artist John Patrick Cobb, whose works of Biblical imagery are inspired by the religious paintings he encountered in European chapels. "Nacimentos" features traditional Nativity scenes from Mexico.
Thomas Middleditch (you know, from Silicon Valley) and Ben Schwartz (you know, from Parks and Recreation) are a comedy duo. They're an improv comedy duo, even – and they'll be purveying their longform shenanigans live, onstage, at that fancy theatre Downtown tonight. Grab those late-show tickets while you still can!