Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. Prince Of Luna Park
2. Of Memory and Debris a film by Rodrigo Michelangeli
3. The Velvet Underground / Official Trailer
BSA Special Feature: Prince Of Luna Park
New York’s history is marbled and concrete, full of dreams and philosophy, and brutish transactional business at all costs. Before there was this Luna Park, there was the original Luna Park. But all the Luna Parks are tied together in a haze of thrills, chills, excitement, oddity, and french fries with hot dogs. Here in Daniel Lombroso’s “The Prince of Luna Park,” Alessandro Zamperla works to protect his family’s iconic theme park during the pandemic—and prove himself to his father.
Prince Of Luna Park. A film by Daniel Lombroso
Of Memory and Debris a film by Rodrigo Michelangeli
More than 20 million people have left Venezuela in the last five years due to economic collapse. A gorgeous story of love, loss, memory, and the artifacts of life that are all set in motion by upheaval.
“An intimate character diptych, OF MEMORY AND DEBRIS tells the story of an unseen generation — the grandparents left behind by the largest exodus in Latin America’s recent history.”
The Velvet Underground / Official Trailer
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