Francois Truffaut – Two English Girls / David Lynch – Mulholland Drive

The following is part two of my coverage of Film at Lincoln Center’s 50th Mixtape: Free Double Features series. Part one can be read, here. No hay banda -Mulholland Drive To choose between two things, you must know both. l can't choose vice or virtue knowing only virtue. -Two English Girls The first question to … Continue reading Francois Truffaut – Two English Girls / David Lynch – Mulholland Drive

Film of the Week: Chameleon Street

Here’s a movie released thirty years ago that still puts its like-minded contemporaries to shame: Wendall B. Harris Jr.’s Chameleon Street (1989). Taking the Grand Jury Prize at the 1990 Sundance Film Festival, Chameleon Street seemed to be apocryphal for Black-American independent filmmaking, but history and those who control it would have otherwise. As Harris … Continue reading Film of the Week: Chameleon Street