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William S. Burroughs: A Man Within -- A vibrant portrait of a Beat Generation icon, WILLIAM S BURROUGHS: A MAN WITHIN explores the brilliant and troubled world of one of our greatest authors. Featuring archival footage of Burroughs, as well as interviews with confidants such as John Waters, Patti Smith and Iggy Pop, the film, set to a soundtrack by Patti Smith and Sonic Youth, shows how Burroughs spawned a countercultural movement.
Steven Sebring's directorial debut takes a lyrical, stream-of-consciousness approach that is exactly right in his affecting portrait of the rock 'n' roll Joan of Arc (Stephen Holden, The NY Times) who can bring a crowd of devotees to their feet chanting Glor-i-a! as effectively as she can share her pain over the early death of her husband, Fred (Sonic) Smith and her brother, and the loss of her close friend Robert Mapplethorpe and of other artists she admires (Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, William S. Burroughs). Everyone knows that Patti Smith's music, poetry and politics are fearless, funny, raw and original. But this film also captures her physical presence her gamine beauty and a charming, self-effacing style that will take you by surprise and leave you deeply moved.
You're Gonna Miss Me movie trailer - starring Roky Erickson. Directed by Keven McAlester. Theatrical Release Date: 3/25/2007
Rating: Not Rated
A vibrant portrait of a Beat Generation icon, WILLIAM S BURROUGHS: A MAN WITHIN explores the brilliant and troubled world of one of our greatest authors. Featuring archival footage of Burroughs, as well as interviews with confidants such as John Waters, Patti Smith and Iggy Pop, the film, set to a soundtrack by Patti Smith and Sonic Youth, shows how Burroughs spawned a countercultural movement.
Yale-educated and born with a silver spoon in his mouth, Sam Wagstaff's transformation from innovative museum curator to Robert Mapplethorpe's lover and patron is intensively probed in Black White + Gray. During the heady years of the 1970s and 1980s, the New York City art scene was abuzz with a new spirit, and Mapplethorpe would be at the center of it. Wagstaff pulled him from his suburban Queens existence, gave him a camera and brought him into this art world that seemed to be waiting for him, creating the man whose infamous images instilled emotions ranging from awe to anger. In turn, Mapplethorpe brought the formerly starched-shirt preppie to the world of drugs and gay S-and-M sex, well-documented in his still-startling photographs. Twenty five years separated the lovers, but their relationship was symbiotic to its core, and the two remained together forever. The film also explores the relationship both men had with musician/poet Patti Smith, whose 1975 debut album "Horses" catapulted her to fame.
Punk poetess Patti Smith reflects on the relationship she shared with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe and curator-collector Sam Wagstaff.
It's not easy being a pioneer. For proof, just watch this film about Roky Erickson, whose band coined the term "psychedelic rock" in the 1960s.
Based on the popular Nickelodeon TV series Rugrats, this is the first full-length feature animated movie to star the little tots. It's the story of diaper-clad kids, told from a baby's point- of-view, and they were one of the hottest-selling toy franchises of the late '90s. The film features a hilarious musical number in the hospital nursery, where newborns have the voices of major rock stars that include Jakob Dylan (Bob Dylan's son), Iggy Pop, Lou Rawls, Lisa Loeb, and Patti Smith, to name a few. The story escalates when self-proclaimed leader Tommy Pickles is thrust into an impossible situation with the birth of his new brother, Dil Pickles. This new kid is grabbing all the attention and won't stop crying. With the help of other toddlers Lil and Phil, Tommy decides that the baby should be returned to the hospital for fixing. They all hop on their little wagon and take a high-speed ride straight into the deep woods where they realize they're lost. Chased around by animals (or so they think), the Rugrats clan must get home in one piece. Other celebrity voices include Whoopi Goldberg and The Rocky Horror Picture Show's Tim Curry, as well as Saturday Night Live's Andrea Martin and David Spade.
Ends 01/31/14. Tommy Pickles and his 'Rugrats' pals deal with a new addition to the family in this film based on the hit cartoon series. Facing some serious attention deficit at the hands of his newborn baby brother Dil, Tommy is goaded by toddler buddies Chuckie and twins Lil & Phil into returning little Dil to the hospital. Along the way, they encounter wolves, wizards and circus monkeys!
Based on the popular Nickelodeon TV series Rugrats, this is the first full-length feature animated movie to star the little tots.
President Obama's speech in Tucson with Sean Wilentz of Princeton University, journalist George Packer & Ross Douthat of 'The New York Times'; Singer-songwriter Patti Smith discusses her memoir 'Just Kids' about her life with artist Robert Mapplethorpe
Sean Wilentz, George Packer & Ross Douthat; Patti Smith
Legendary rock star Patti Smith discusses her friendship with Robert Mapplethorpe and her new book "Just Kids" on the Report.
A Discussion About The Pope'S Visit To Israel; A Conversation With Lally Weymouth About Clinton'S Trip To India; A Conversation With Patti Smith
U.S. Press Secretary Ron Nessen hosts with musical guest The Patti Smith Group.
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