Plexifilm announces first batch of DVDs

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Marc Colella, Dec 18, 2001.

  1. Marc Colella

    Marc Colella Cinematographer

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    I can't say that I'm interested in any of the announced titles:
    * Benjamin Smoke, by Jem Cohen and Peter Sillen
    * I Am Trying To Break Your Heart, by Sam Jones
    * Mala Noche, by Gus Van Sant
    * Style Wars, by Tony Silver and Henry Chalfant
    http://www.plexifilm.com/dvds.html
     
  2. Rain

    Rain Producer

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    Holy anti-climax, Batman! [​IMG]
    Well, here's hoping for more exciting titles later.
     
  3. SteveGon

    SteveGon Executive Producer

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    I'll be checking out Mala Noche. I'm not much interested in the other titles. However, it's nice to see obscure stuff like this getting released. I can't wait to see what else they've got in store for next year...
     
  4. Gabe Oppenheim

    Gabe Oppenheim Stunt Coordinator

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    I saw "I am Trying to Break Your Heart" at Chicago's Music Box Theatre last night and was surprised to see Plexifilm as one of the production companies in the titles. This film may not be for everyone, but it is a must-see for Wilco fans and for those interested in record-company politics and the process of making an album. At any rate, it's a pretty entertaining look at how insanely DUMB rock musicians can be, and I, for one, am really looking forward to the DVD release.

    Sorry to resurrect an old thread...
     
  5. Michael Were

    Michael Were Stunt Coordinator

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    Style Wars is actually a really good documentary that shows the beginning of hip hop culture to the exploitation of graffiti in Modern Art Galleries. It's a must for anyone interested in this subculture or documentaries in general (as this film is at the changing point between the voice of god narration and the more experiencial documentaries).

    Michael
     

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