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Hyperreal Film Club VHS Zine Release Party

Hyperreal Film Club VHS Zine Release Party

Website || Instagram || Facebook   Keeping the DIY scene thriving in Austin, Texas, collective Hyperreal Film Club prides itself on embracing more than just the film medium. Immersing themselves in art installations, electronic music, experimental collage, and tearing apart constraints on structures and expectations of art, founders David McMichael, Jenni Kaye and Tanner Hadfield...
Dreams and Reflections

Dreams and Reflections

Photographer: Amber Maree ( Instagram ) Model: Teresa Ortega ( Instagram ) Stylist: Matilda Brown ( Instagram ) Clothing: Katherine Barter ( Instagram )    Amber Maree is a fashion/editorial freelance photographer currently based in Melbourne, Australia. Shooting in both digital and film, Maree’s inspiration comes from the freedom she experienced growing up which she aims to bring to...
SXSW Film Review: Us and Them

SXSW Film Review: Us and Them

  A timely film in our current political wake, Us and Them serves as a cathartic viewing between the marginalized working class and the wealthy elite. With the use of flashbacks and screen title cards, Us and Them plays out in a stream-of-consciousness storyline with Danny (Jack Roth) playing leader alongside his blue-collared friends Tommy...
SXSW Film Review: The Light of the Moon

SXSW Film Review: The Light of the Moon

  All too often films involving sexual assault/rape scenes seem like a convenient plot point to make a female character complex without ever actually exploring its complexities. Jessica M. Thompson’s film, The Light of the Moon, carefully considers the nuances of one individual’s experience without ever asserting that there is one authentic or correct way...
SXSW Film Review: Flesh and Blood

SXSW Film Review: Flesh and Blood

  Mark Webber’s Flesh and Blood interweaves both fictional and documentary-style elements throughout the course of his film, succeeding in both an incredibly personal and incredibly political story. Casting his own mother, Cheri Honkala, and his younger step-brother, Guillero Santos, Mark returns home to his family from years in prison only to find Pittsburgh has...
Black Representation Matters

Black Representation Matters

Illustration by Sonia Margolin   The representation of black people in television, literature, and film has a direct correlation with black activism. These are powerful mediums that can reach wider audiences and convey unique points of view and narratives. There has been a lot of diminutive characterization and misrepresentation of black people. Many studies reveal...
Film Review: The Lobster

Film Review: The Lobster

  In a world where fatalism and duty are the ideological approach most subscribe to about relationships it is unbelievable how rarely a film comes along which looks straight at that bleak closed way of thinking and gives us an honest diagnosis of the disease. Yorgos Lanthimos interrogates modern relationships in The Lobster with pointed...
Night Out

Night Out

Photographer: Stefan Legacy ( Instagram ) Model: Heather Dee ( Instagram )   Based in Edmonton, AB, Stefan Legacy has been shooting film over the last three years and has grown to love candid film portrait photography. For his “Night Out” collection, Legacy used his point and shoot camera and ventured downtown with Heather to...
BELATED

BELATED

Photographer and Stylist: Brendan Gosse ( Instagram )   Brendan Gosse studied film production and advertising at Emerson College until realizing that his heart lies in New York City. He left Emerson College and enrolled in Broadway Dance Center to further his dance training. Since being in New York he works as an Art Director...
Mortenbay Fig Chronicles

Mortenbay Fig Chronicles

Illustrations & Words: Jon Ludtke Aside from drawing, Ludtke also writes and creates films. He finished his first film feature titled “The Woodsman” (which you can watch on YouTube) and is currently working on his first novel. He adores cats and hates the winter months.                
Liaisons Dangereuses

Liaisons Dangereuses

Photography: 240 FOESC (Instagram) Stylist: 240 FOESC / Dara Hamarneh, Gael Pineiro Beiras (Instagram) Set Coordinator: Penelope Amoroso (Instagram) Models: Christa Marie Prats, Camilla Ottaviani Clothes: Stylists’ own                      
Free Free Dom Dom's "FFDD"

Free Free Dom Dom’s “FFDD”

Based in Berlin, Germany, Free Free Dom Dom is a duo project that emerged in October 2015 under the monikers of Little Voice (vocals/composition) and Philippe Duval (vocals/production). With their unique band name stemming from Japanese inflections, Free Free Dom Dom strive to follow their own musical path and radiate an open-minded attitude.   While...
Ünderworld: A Psychedelic Slacker Comedy in the Making

Ünderworld: A Psychedelic Slacker Comedy in the Making

Pictured: Justin Jacobs as Rob   Ünderworld, a psychedelic slacker comedy, is director Vanessa Pla’s independent birth child starting actors and actresses from across the spectrum. Filmed in San Marcos, Texas, and citing influences like Dazed & Confused and Empire Records,  the film is what happens with a band of slacker youths take over a...
Urban Scenes

Urban Scenes

Artist: Gina Tyler   Gina devotes her life to traveling and attending concerts and shows, making more self-pledges to continue in her journeys and musical discoveries. She channels her adventurous side through her drawings and illustrations. She continues to explore unique combinations of music, film, urban trends, international style, rock & roll glamour, and the...
Introducing Film Photographer Scott Semler

Introducing Film Photographer Scott Semler

Based out of Atlanta, GA, Scott Semler fell in love with film photography two years ago as a result of a terrible break-up. Looking for something to occupy his time, Semler spent his days experimenting and documenting photos as well as learning the technical side of film photography. After purchasing his Yashica 635, he developed...
Intimacy and Distance: Photography by Ophelie Rondeau

Intimacy and Distance: Photography by Ophelie Rondeau

Ophelie Rondeau is a French self-taught film photographer from Paris, currently living and working in London. Six months ago she started shooting girls on film as a way to capture her perception of friendship, love, and natural beauty in girls she meets, based on the concept of repetition. She finds beauty in every individual and...
Drought City

Drought City

Photographer Michael Behlen spends his spare time shooting instant film and scoping out the live music scene. His love lies in the magical sensuality of instant film: the saturated colors, never quite knowing what you may capture in a shot, and watching his film develop. His collection, “Drought City”, stands to capture the current drought...
SCHIZOPHRENIC WORLD

SCHIZOPHRENIC WORLD

Photographer: Vito Marciano’                    
Personal Diary

Personal Diary

Photographer: Leanne Surfleet   Through photography I’m still finding myself and learning about myself, less now through self-portraiture, but more in how I see the people around me. The camera is an extension of me, its how I see my life clearly and remember that I’m living and not just existing (or at least I’m...
Ak'chamel: A Mysterious Collective

Ak’chamel: A Mysterious Collective

  Ak’chamel, The Giver of Illness, are a music collective based out of Texas. Blending together audio and visual elements in textured shadows and overlaps, they aim to stimulate your senses in the most haunting and surreal way. Their most recent project, “My Form Has Been Extinguished”, is a 60 minute VHS film that follows...
Seashells: A Short in Beauty and Nostalgia

Seashells: A Short in Beauty and Nostalgia

  Although no one’s experience is identical to another, I think we can all agree that growing up is hella weird. And sometimes sad, embarrassing, and confusing. But in looking back upon the saddest, most embarrassing, and most confusing times, you realize that these once Earth-shattering moments are really just blips in a life that...
The New Era Of Erotica (NSFW)

The New Era Of Erotica (NSFW)

PHOTOGRAPHY: Vito  Marciano’  
Disposed: Modern Nature

Disposed: Modern Nature

          You can find more of Çağla Gülşah Kabaca’s art on her website and on her Tumblr.
8am with Cary Fagan

8am with Cary Fagan

It’s 9am New York time when I call Cary Fagan. That’s 8am for him in Houston. 8am. On a Saturday. I guess whoever said success never sleeps was right because he’s ready to talk. I apologize for getting him up so early anyway. His voice is low and easy, like I had called one of...
Losing Your Flames

Losing Your Flames

Losing Your Flames was developed by Sara York and Mikel Ledesma to show the devastating effects of bullying on today’s society. Coming out is a very personal experience, and each individual should set the time and place to tell their friends they are gay. But the world isn’t always kind when others find out, and...
Friday the 13th Movie Marathon

Friday the 13th Movie Marathon

Friday the 13th, though a controversial day, is widely regarded by all. The day itself has only recently been coined as unlucky, with its origins being in the 19th century. With number twelve being seen as the embodiment of perfection (twelve months in a year, hours on a clock, number of Jesus’ disciples, etc.), thirteen...
Movies To Die For: Teenage

Movies To Die For: Teenage

When I first read up on the root of Matt Wolf’s new flick, “Teenage,” I wasn’t convinced. What do you mean “the development of the teenager?” Teenagers have always been around… An entire phase of life didn’t just come out of nowhere. But, once I started the film, (curled on the couch with a glass...
Interview With Matt Wolf, Director Of 'Teenage'

Interview With Matt Wolf, Director Of ‘Teenage’

Last week, we had the chance to talk with Matt Wolf, director of the new independent film ‘Teenage’. The film discusses the lives of teenagers all over the world from the 1900s to the 1950s, focusing on the creation of the modern teenager, along with difficulties and experiences they faced with creating this new youth...
What To Give Your Hipster Friends For Christmas

What To Give Your Hipster Friends For Christmas

Having trouble coming up with gift ideas for your local hipster community? Well, I’m here to help. Here are some cliché, hipster-esque trends to inspire your gift giving this year: 1. Cats: I don’t know why this is a thing, but I’m okay with it. Hipsters love cats. Laser cats, cat sweaters, cats with bowties, just all...
"Can't Tell Me Nothin'"

“Can’t Tell Me Nothin'”

Proof that fashion and film are meant to be together. Film by: VONGSAWAT (vongsawat.com) Model: Shawnee Badger (shawnee-model.tumblr.com/) Wardrobe Stylist: Jenna Enns (jennaenns.com/) Makeup & Hair: Kristina Lopez (beautydollmakeup.com/)
Holga Lovin'

Holga Lovin’

I have a love/hate relationship with my Holga 35mm camera. Love, because I absolutely adore the way most of my pictures turn out – the light leaks are always a beautiful surprise, and I’ve figured out how to do double exposures. Hate, because I never know how the pictures will turn out, or if they even will...
Disposed: Boston

Disposed: Boston

  Finding shelter from the rain Cosplay or tour guide…hmmm… Benji Franklin’s grave The best Asian food in Faneuil Hall Boats and hoes Arrrgggh. Little Italy’s Gotti Jesus alley The Irish side o’ town Too busy texting Wishing my school was this fancy Hah-vahd. If you’d like to be a part of our ‘Disposed‘ series,...
Disposed: London & Zurich

Disposed: London & Zurich

Our good friend Alex took a beautiful trip about London & Zurich. Take a look. All photos are as is, no edits, all taken with a disposable camera! Hells yeah! First day of the Gentlemen of the Road stopover in Lewes, England!  Kicking off the festival with Youth Lagoon! Some very trendy tweens. Don’t miss...
Disposed: New York City

Disposed: New York City

A disposable camera was brought along on my recent trip to New York City – I captured random moments, places, things, and memories. All of the photos are as-is, nothing has been edited. If you’d like to be a part of our Disposed series, grab a disposable camera, take it with you places, and send...
ANON Does 4th of July

ANON Does 4th of July

On Thursday morning, the anniversary of our country’s independence and what-not, the ANON crew here in College Station packed up and headed down the road to “that other town” in Texas. Austin, ya know… Where there is actually something to do aside from venturing over to Northgate or going to the movies for the twentieth...
Some Places: A Collection of Instant Film Photographs

Some Places: A Collection of Instant Film Photographs

‘Some Places’ is a collection of instant film photographs from photographer Tyler Tyndell, who has worked in partnership with ANON | Magazine. All images in the collection were taken exclusively with a variety of Impossible Project film over the past year. The book includes several full bleed images, diptychs, triptychs and a 42 image composite. This...

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