A Love Letter for You Film Screening
Land and Sea Dept. is pleased to present the Chicago premiere of A Love Letter For You, a documentary film on street artist Stephen ‘Espo’ Powers. The screening will take place at the Logan Theater in Chicago's Logan Squon Sunday, March 31st at 7pm.
Directed by Joey Garfield, the film “paves new ground, seamlessly blending narrative and documentary storylines to chronicle Stephen Powers’ Love Letter Project for the Mural Arts Program in West Philadelphia.” The film follows Powers as he works to create and execute fifty murals across the elevated train lines of West Philadelphia. Preview the film here.
The film features a score by Kurt Heasley, of Philadelphia based shoegazer band Lilys.
There will be a cocktail reception before the screening. Special surprise guests will also introduce the film, and will be available for questions as the screening concludes
This is going to be an insanely special night. I'll send a reminder closer to the evening.
This past October, Chicago film collective Scenic traveled to the Icelandic countryside alongside photographers Tim Navis + Kim Holtermand and music composer Deru to create a series of improvised, collaborative short films. The resulting documentary - entitled Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland - will be released in June, along with a companion soundtrack compilation featuring thirteen contemporary classical composers and electronic music producers.
To celebrate the release, Scenic will join Deru onstage for a live, multimedia A/V performance inspired by the journey. Soundtrack contributors Shigeto (Ghostly International), Loscil (Kranky), and Sweatson Klank (Alphapup) will perform full sets, and the first 200 ticketholders are invited to an exclusive live screening of the film and Q&A session with the artists in advance of the show. Both the film screening and live performances are set for July 10th at Lincoln Hall in Chicago. Click here to buy tickets click here.
60’s & 70’s Polish Film Posters
Some rad original Polish film posters from the 60's and 70's for sale at Eye Sea Posters.
For all the lovers of hand-painted signage (and Stella) out there: behold one beautiful documentary.
I’m inspired … and thirsty.
Born Under a Bad Sign by Neckface
If you are at all a fan of or even just aware of the work of Neckface, this video will make you laugh really hard. Screw it, even if you don't know Neckface you will probably laugh. This promises to be interesting if nothing else. A world renown vandal makes a kung fu movie?! How can that be bad. It's called Born Under a Bad Sign.