Feats of Clay: Bruce Bickford by John A Riley

27.05.10
Cas'l, Bruce Bickford Bruce Bickford recently premiered his film Cas’l at London’s Horse Hospital. Cas’l is a masterpiece of violent, exuberant, cartoonish invention. The film was preceded by Monster Road, a documentary about Bickford, which is penetrating, amusing and sometimes tear-jerkingly sad. And Bickford himself, who gave a brief but memorable Q and A after the films, is to-the-point, genuine, pre-occupied and deadpan. In the documentary Bickford ...
Asparagus by Suzan Pitt

04.01.10
Asparagus, Suzan Pitt After only watching a few seconds of this film you can appreciate why David Lynch chose to screen it before his first feature Eraserhead and why it remains a cult classic. It’s a wonderfully unsettling and surreal animation. In summary: a listless and alarmingly faceless woman unleashes her bag of tricks on an unsuspecting audience before fellating some asparagus. What’s it about? Answers ...