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There are also films in the works that chronicle the punk scenes in 1980s Berkeley, Calif., which spawned bands like Green Day and Rancid (“Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk”); Washington, D.
C., circa 1976-84 (“Punk the Capital”); and the border towns of the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas, from the late 1970s to 2005 (“As I Walk Through the Valley”). Boatwright used just two cameras — one in the mosh pit, one farther out in the audience — to shoot Southern California groups like Corrupted Youth, Psyk Ward, Rhythmic Asylum and Las Cochinas.
(The band members had never been filmed out of their crayon-colored costumes.) “The best interviews came out of arguing about what we were allowed to film, and why,” Mr. In “Los Punks,” a gig at a tattoo shop devolves into near-total bedlam: An inebriated attendee tosses a portable basketball hoop off a roof; the police are called, but leave to deal with a shooting; a resident starts cursing out the showgoers. Boatwright recalled.“Kids are coming to shows and playing on old drum kits with a lawn chair instead of a drum stool,” she continued.
Early in the film, which was directed by Jonathan Yi and Michael Haertlein and is named after one of the group’s songs, we learn that Red (Kotaro Tsukada) is leaving the band.
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Reacting to conventional storytelling, New Wave authors attempted to present a world where society coped with a constant upheaval of new technology and culture, generally with dystopian outcomes. Instead, Ballard wanted to write a new myth for the modern reader, a style with "more psycho-literary ideas, more meta-biological and meta-chemical concepts, private time systems, synthetic psychologies and space-times, more of the sombre half-worlds one glimpses in the paintings of schizophrenics."In the circle of American science fiction writers of my generation — cyberpunks and humanists and so forth — [Ballard] was a towering figure.
We used to have bitter struggles over who was more Ballardian than whom.
“Mad Tiger,” about the tumultuous friendship between two Japanese men, both members of the punk band Peelander-Z, had its premiere at Doc NYC in November.