Marfa Girl, which won Best Film at the 7th Rome Film Festival, is streaming at larryclark.com/marfagirl. The cost is $5.99 for a TinyPass ticket to the stream the film. It is available in English with options for Italian, Spanish and French subtitles. It won’t be released in theatres or on DVD. The TinyPass ticket is good for 24 hours. The film will be streaming online at larryclark.com/marfagirl FOREVER.
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Haven’t seen the film yet? Marfa Girl won the Golden Marc’Aurelio for Best Film at the 7th annual Rome Film Festival and is streaming at larryclark.com/marfagirl. The cost is $5.99 for a TinyPass ticket to the stream the film. It is available in English with options for Italian, Spanish and French subtitles. It won’t be released in theaters or on DVD. The TinyPass ticket is good for 24 hours. The film will be streaming online at larryclark.com/marfagirl FOREVER.
Larry Clark Stuff, Boo-Hooray‘s exhibition drawn from Larry’s personal collection of skateboard decks, skater t-shirts and related posters, stickers, photographs and stuff will have a New York run at Milk Gallery at 450 West 15th Street between 9th and 10th Avenue.
The exhibit opened with a reception Wednesday, March 6th from 6 to 9 PM and ran through March 14th, open Monday to Thursday, 10 AM to 6 PM.
Curated by Johan Kugelberg, the show features Larry’s collection of skateboard decks and t-shirts spanning the late 1980′s up until today showcasing the guerrilla graphic design of companies like Fuct and Supreme, alongside outfits and boards used in Larry’s movies Wassup Rockers and Marfa Girl. We are also showing a comprehensive collection of Larry Clark movie posters, exhibition posters and skateboard culture posters alongside portraits of Larry wearing a selection of vintage Fuct t-shirts. This is an expanded version of the show at MOCA in LA last month.
Rare Larry Clark books, posters, skateboard decks and ephemera will be for sale at the exhibit and on Boo-Hooray’s webshop, including the last copies of Larry’s commemorative 70th birthday skateboard decks. Everything is available in limited quantities and will be sold on a first come first serve basis.
Co-curated by Larry Clark and Johan Kugelberg, the exhibit brings skateboards and t-shirts from Larry’s collection together with portraits of Larry and costumes from his films, all done as a wall-installation alongside rare posters from his exhibitions and films.
If you are in LA, please stop by stand Y55 and see it.
Printed Matter’s LA ART BOOK FAIR at MOCA
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
152 North Central Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Marfa Girl, which premiered November 12 at the 7th Rome Film Festival, premiered larryclark.com/marfagirl on Tuesday, November 20th, 2012 at 6PM (New York) and Tuesday evening at Midnight (Rome). It is available in English with options for Italian and French subtitles. It won’t be released in theatres or on DVD.
I will put the film on my first and only website, larryclark.com, which is the only
place one will ever be able to see the film…. It will stream for $5.99 for access to the
film for 24 hours…. This is the future and the future is now…. Most and very soon
almost all the small theaters that show Indie and Art films will be gone….
Everyday another goes out of business because everything is digital now and it is
quite expensive for the wonderful old smaller theaters to bear the cost of switching to
digital…. Anyway I think I am one of the very first directors to release a new film this
way, on a website who’s only purpose is to show his new films…. I think this could be very successful and it also cuts out the crooked Hollywood distributors.
- Larry Clark
Marfa Girl – Adam (Adam Mediano) and Inez (Mercedes Maxwell)
Also available is the publication Marfa Gurl, a facsimile of the notebook Larry used during the creation of the film Marfa Girl. The publication is issued in an edition of 120 copies. A special edition of 12 copies contain a signed 3.75″ x 5.5″ archival pigment photographic print by Larry Clark of Adam Mediano, the star of Marfa Girl, housed in a glassine envelope. The price of Marfa Gurl regular edition is $65 and Marfa Gurl special edition is $650. Both are available at the Boo-Hooray webshop.
just woke up… 3:30am here and i went to sleep at 11pm… i slept a record 4 hours and 20 minutes… running very hot bath and drinking a quart of water to start the next to last day here…
when you became a vegan did you have this much energy?… sleep only 3 or 4 hours a night for the first few months?… i was never a good sleeper anyway and a good normal night for me was always 6 hours even when i was drinking heavily… if i was on a airplane overnight and took an ambien after a bottle of wine i still could only sleep 5 hours at the very most…. the good thing is i am happy and start working immediately and go with a high energy level for 20 or 21 hours… maybe being a vegan and being 69 years old is normal sleep for an older gentleman like me…
i only have caffeine in the morning and drink water and fresh squeezed juice durning the day(i was never a coke sucker)… going to take hot bath now, back in a few…
i haven’t sent any pictures yet because today i will see the photographer that took the pictures and see what he picked but he was shooting digital so i got a quick glimpse yesterday and it seemed perfect and just right for purple diary… very organic… let me look at the photographs i took of this one skater with my leica and see if i want to give you a couple of this italian kid for maybe a double page spread by moi… i got the kids email so maybe i have time to see him again… he wasn’t a project kid and lives in central rome… spoke correct english without an accent but didn’t understand quickly but used the right words, for example, when i asked him about the neighborhood the park was in he answered “sketchy”…
the premiere was great!… GIANT screen and film looked amazing…. sharp as a tack and we shot with 5D’s….. amazing…. just saw the film again in another packed theatre across the street from my hotel…. last screening ever unless i do one for free some time some where…. starts streaming on larryclark.com tuesday november 20 (next tuesday at 3pm california time) for $5.99 for 24 hours…
have done over a hundred interviews already here…. world press, tv, radio, web tv and radio, etc etc…. talk to young filmmakers and just youngsters tomorrow night for a couple of hours at a special event…. working 20 hour days for last few months…. been vegan for over 60 days now and no sugar…. 11 lbs lighter…. feel great….
This is a video of Jonathan Velasquez’s new band “reVolt”. They are playing at the Stardust Bar in Downey, CA at the beginning of 2012. Jonathan started a mini-riot out of nothing but playing. His charisma reminded me of Jim Morrison of The Doors at The Whisky in 1966.
You might remember Jonathan as the star of my film Wassap Rockers (2005). He was only 15 years old then. I discovered him in South Central Los Angeles walking down the street.
reVolt is playing regularly around L.A. and you should catch them now.
In this interview, I talk about my new feature film, Marfa Girl, and how I came to Marfa, Texas in May 2011. I talk about how I was inspired to make a film in Marfa. I went back five times working on the screenplay and meeting the people of Marfa.
We made the film in parts of March and April 2012.
In casting the film, I use a mix of teenagers from Marfa and professional actors from Austin, Texas. Take a listen to the broadcast below to hear some Marfa Girl stories.