Vandalog Movie Night as a blog post

Earlier this week, I hosted a movie night at The Wren’s Nest in Atlanta for the Living Walls Conference. Living Walls asked me to put together a list of some short films to show, and I ended up with 27. A few people have asked me to post those films online to share with friends or just to see a film that they missed while they were getting some food, so after the jump you’ll find embedded versions of all 27 films that were screened at the movie night (many of which have appeared on Vandalog before). Enjoy! Continue reading “Vandalog Movie Night as a blog post”

Spending Time With Felix Morelo

When filmmaker Keith Haskel emailed me about his latest video, Spending Time With Felix Morelo, I thought “Oh this is going to be boring.” Keith has made some interesting videos in the past, but he described Felix as “the dude who makes a shit-ton of chalk faces all over Union Square, Williamsburg, etc.” Maybe it’s just a silly bias that I have, but the word “chalk” made me very wary. Seems so corny. But then I actually watched the damn video and it turns out that Felix Morelo is probably pretty awesome. So that’s my story of a bias against chalk art, and here’s the video that’s making me reexamine that bias: