LABOUR DAY MEGA-POST featuring ginger DELANEY, naked TUMBLR BOYS, BEARDIES, SCAMP, SHAWN WOLFE, jocky CHARLIE & KRIS IRONS!!!
Today, while posting Da Silva’s “Beach 19″… I decided to re-watch his 2012 short “Julian”. So beautiful to watch… cute man, lovely narration with a stunning home movie like look. LOVE!
JULIAN is an experimental biographical piece about two men – Julian and Antonio – who disconnected themselves from the anxious city, and allowed their spirits to be taken by nature. It is a slightly voyeuristic love letter about and to Julian – the Swiss man whom the narrator has briefly met in London and, shortly after, invited to a road-trip in Portugal. Go to antoniodasilvafilms.com/julian to watch the full length film.
Without a single word BEACH 19 manages to say through images what happens in Portugal’s most famous gay beach. Just twenty minutes outside Lisbon it is widely known for its gay cruising action. Facing the Atlantic Ocean BEACH 19 is a paradise for nudists. For many gay tourists seeking relaxation this is the ultimate place for sea, sun and sex. The camera captures the scenery and the hook-ups leaving you with a wonderful after taste of a hot, HOT Summer.
SEAN CODY: After a quick workout in the park as their dicks flop around in the shorts these two dudes head inside to fuck their brains out.
Synopsis: The year is 2015, a solar storm threatens to cause the end of the world. The survivors are held in their homes unable to withstand the heat.
Basically, sleepy sweaty bearded dudes lying around like hot seductive (and very sick) cats… and then it gets darker and “serious”.
Did I say hot bearded dudes?
Dirección: Miguel López y Jose R. Rodríguez
Guión: Miguel López
Postproducción: Jose R. Rodríguez
Música Original: Jesús Fernández y Daniel Callejón
Maquillaje y Peluquería: Curro Margo
Actores principales: Ander Gaztelu, Raúl Balboa y Santi Senso
Ander: Ander Gaztelu
Santi: Raúl Balboa
Domingo: Santi Senso
SISSYDUDE LOVES: “Evening In Space” – Daphne Guinness / video by David LaChapelle / song produced Tony Visconti
Parts Nico, Flash Gordon 1980, The Fifth Element & Bowie… GREAT stuff!!!
SHOWstudio: Daphne Guinness consolidates her move into music with a theatrical, mesmerising new music video directed by acclaimed image-maker David LaChapelle. Evening in Space was produced by Tony Visconti and is the first single from Guinness’ upcoming debut album, which is billed for release in September 2014. The video features custom fashion by many of Guinness’ favourite houses, including Iris van Herpen and Noritaka Tatehana, alongside pieces from her own celebrated clothing collection. Song Writing and Performance: Daphne Guinness Music Production: Tony Visconti Video Direction: David LaChapelle.
via JAMES ST JAMES
Camera / direction: Slava Mogutin & Brian Kenny
Sound / editing: Brian Kenny
Starring (in order of appearance): Matthieu Charneau, Tristan Dikkers-Vorontsov, Ariadna Dikkers-Vorontsova, Henry Coin, Martin Gregory, and David McCreary
If “Dog Day Afternoon” was about an improbable robbery set largely within the claustrophobic confines of a cookie-cutter Brooklyn bank, “The Dog“ (a Drafthouse Films release opening on Friday) unfolds from inside the swelled head of Mr. Wojtowicz, a sexually voracious witness to the early stirrings of gay liberation in Greenwich Village. The directors, Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren, took 10 years to complete the film (the fourth derived from the 1972 incident, along with “The Third Memory“ and “Based on a True Story”), or more time than their subject spent in prison. READ THE FULL STORY HERE @ NYT
Video artist, sculptor, countertenor, and composer M. Lamar, will be opening the fall season at PARTICIPANT INC with his first New York solo exhibition, NEGROGOTHIC, a Manifesto: The Aesthetics of M. Lamar. Most known for his music and performance-based work, this physical installation cross-references romanticism, surrealism, horror, pornography, gospel, metal, and early silent film to propose radical potentialities of blackness.
“I think this project comes at a particularly important moment, in which prevailing cinematic depictions offer only narrow historical accounts of subjugation.”Lia Gangitano recently said of M. Lamar’s work in Vogue IT
Opening Reception is Sunday September 7th at 7pm
This exhibition will also include several public events at the gallery as well as off site.
Including a conversation between M. Lamar and his sister Actress Laverne Cox September 9th location to be announced soon as well as the world premier of Lamar new requiem “The Tree of Blood” October 5th at the Gallery.