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All posts tagged "Andy Warhol"
“Flesh for Frankenstein”: Paul Morrissey spiced up this tale of horror with incest, nymphomania and necrophilia
Night Flight’s “Take Off to Rock and Cult Films” — which originally aired on March 25, 1985, and you can now find streaming exclusively on Night Flight Plus — featured a quick peek at a handful of...
- Posted January 17, 2017
“The Sacred Triangle: Bowie, Iggy & Lou 1971-1973″ focuses on three 70s rock icons
The Sacred Triangle: Bowie, Iggy & Lou 1971-1973 — now streaming on our Night Flight Plus channel — is a fascinating documentary about the intertwining careers of David Bowie, Lou Reed, and Iggy Pop. At 106 minutes,...
- Posted December 1, 2016
“I’m Not A Young Man Anymore”: Lou Reed’s “Screen Test” for Andy Warhol
We’re only two episodes into the first season of HBO’s abysmal new rock ‘n’ roll series “Vinyl” — purported to be set in around the music biz and local club scene in New York City, circa 1973...
- Posted February 23, 2016
R.I.P. Holly Woodlawn, Superstar: She was fierce
Have a look at this four-part BBC Arena “Tales of Rock ‘N’ Roll” series which tells the story behind Lou Reed’s song “Walk on the Wild Side,” peopled with characters who frequented Andy Warhol’s studio in the...
- Posted December 7, 2015
“Vinyl”: Andy Warhol’s first filmed adaptation of Anthony Burgess’s “A Clockwork Orange”
Andy Warhol’s Vinyl — lensed on a minuscule budget in June 1965, and featuring Factory regulars Gerard Malanga and Edie Sedgwick — was actually the first filmed adaptation of Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange, although many will...
- Posted November 4, 2015
3 Minutes of Fame! Andy Warhol’s SCREEN TESTS light up Times Square in May
Andy Warhol, Screen Test: Edie Sedgwick , 1965. Film still courtesy The Andy Warhol Museum One of Manhattan’s greatest tastemakers, and great documenter of New York culture, Andy Warhol hits his biggest screens ever for the entire...
- Posted May 8, 2015