Fire Music Kickstarter success!!

We reached our goal and then some for the Fire Music Kickstarter. This is an exciting time. Now we can get down to the nitty gritty of making this film. Many thanks to all the backers and supporters of this project.

Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict

Lin has composed some music for this documentary film that is premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival Monday April 20th. The film is directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland and produced by Submarine Entertainment. PEGGY GUGGENHEIM: ART ADDICT AT TRIBECA

Fire Music Website Live

Tom’s documentary film about the history of the Free Jazz Revolution is now gearing up to launch a Kickstarter campaign. He has done over 25 interviews and shot many live performances by artist’s interviewed in the film. Visit the site for more info. FIRE MUSIC WEBSITE

Video for Secret of the Hive at Circuit Bridges #3

Lin Culbertson’s video Secret of the Hive which is a response to the plight of bee colonies around the world is included in the concert series Circuit Bridges at MC Gallery in NYC on May 22nd. Here is a link to additional information: CIRCUIT BRIDGES You can also see it HERE.  

Poster for Performance

White Out will be performing with Thurston Moore as part of Thurston’s residency at The Stone on Sunday.

Video of “The Street” performance now online

The entire performance of James Nares’s The Street performed by Tom Surgal and Thurston Moore is available for viewing on the Metropolitan Museum web site. Spectrum performance of The Street by Thurston Moore and Tom Surgal

James Nares “The Street” performed by Thurston Moore and Tom Surgal

This is a mesmerizing study of New York City street life in very slow motion. Tom and Thurston performed an awesome live soundtrack at the Metropolitan Museum last week. Check out the film on view on the second floor until the end of May. The Street at the MET

Behind Enter the Void

The cinematography in this film is dazzling. Here’s how they did it.

Instagram profile

Instagram has created their own nifty member profiles. You can check mine out here. lin11c  

Brothers Quay at MOMA doesn’t disappoint

I love this photo of the Quay Brothers. I saw the Street of Crocodiles yesterday and it is a masterpiece of animation. The photography in that film is so beautiful. Although the sound bleeding in from the other films playing nearby kind of ruined it. Come on MOMA. Street of Crocodiles

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