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Music Video: Luff: Like Our Fathers

27 December 2010 6:00 AM, PST | Underground Film Journal | See recent Underground Film Journal news »

The eaters and the eaten have a jolly good romp in the music video “Like Our Fathers” by the Brooklyn band Luff. The lavishly decorated video is directed by Leah Meyerhoff, no stranger to making over-the-top productions for the Brooklyn music scene. She also directed the award-winning “Team Queen” for the (now defunct) Triple Creme. Actually, Luff’s Robin Pickering — who I’m pretty sure is the one wearing the extreme false eyelashes in the above video — was previously in Triple Creme. While both videos exhibit extravagant visual styles, they couldn’t be more different.

In addition to looking really great, I really dig this song by Luff, whom I’m completely unfamiliar with, but then again I don’t keep up with the current music scene. But, listening to great music is always a bonus when watching a video by a filmmaker I like. This video would probably look incredible set to any song, »

- Mike Everleth

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Underground Film Links: April 25, 2010

25 April 2010 11:11 AM, PDT | Underground Film Journal | See recent Underground Film Journal news »

So, with this week, I’m thinking up and trying to implement new ways to pull links from more diverse sources, so that I’m not just linking to the same types of posts. Although some of my “regulars” are posting consistently interesting things, too. Let’s start mixing it up!

You might have to register for these, but first here’s a classic review from the 1975 New York Times by Richard Eder for a re-release of Robert Frank and Alfred Leslie’s Pull My Daisy, the notorious 1959 Beat film. Then, more recently, Dave Itzkoff interviews Chuck Workman, the director of Visionaries, a documentary about Jonas Mekas and the history of avant-garde film. The site Guest of a Guest also reviews Visionaries and includes an early — and I mean early — acting clip of Robert Downey Jr. in one of his dad’s films. Another blast from the past, Making Light »

- Mike Everleth

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