Continued from Part 1. I think it would be cool to make that film, and that some band from Belfast or Dublin becomes the next U2 or Van Morrison and I have an interview with them sitting on their front step in their pajamas in their early years. Garrett Tiedemann: When a band says it […]
I once had a band tell me a recording I’d done with them “was not the best session I’d ever done.” That comment just confused me. Recently I was searching for some video of the band The Low Anthem and their cover of the Tom Waits’ song Home I’ll Never Be. In pursuit, I came […]
Bad Robot has something up their sleeve.
Alright, so this is a bit of a cheat because the true highlight of this piece is a 34-minute film (see below). However, Werner Herzog’s latest endeavor is against texting while driving as he continues to make content for the AT&T campaign. The first product of this was a much publicized commercial that succinctly relays the […]
It started with 21 Jump Street, a film that initially appealed in no way, but whose reputation began to precede it. Hearing again and again of quality, I was inspired to rent it, and upon doing so was shocked—like a bomb detonating my preconceived notions. Not only is it a film that has no reason […]