Two poems in response to Steve McQueen, Tate Modern Continue reading Steve McQueen, body of evidence, Tate Modern
The cult of Werewolf movies: from John Landis making An American Werewolf in London (1981) to Kliminsky’s La Noche de Walpurgis aka The Werewolf vs. The Vampire Woman (1970), or the best soundtracked, Werewolves on Wheels (1971), there’s some new dawgs in cinema this week, and on demand from 4 October. Simply called Werewolf, it takes us to eastern Europe for a particularly apt horror show. Cold Lips’ author, Richard … Continue reading HOWLIN WEREWOLF
I can’t wait.
I hope you’ll come.
I want to give Danielle the audience she deserves. It’ll be a truly special escape.
…perfect films for Cold Lips’ which rose from the Sylvia Plath Fan Club gatherings where poets and musicians read lyrics and poems to find their difference and unity. Continue reading TEMPLE, SCORSESE, BROOMFIELD: SUMMER OF MOVIE THROWBACK LOVE
Slamming into UK cinemas this week – Jonah Hill’s debut feature, Mid90s – COLD LIPS’ fave skateboarding poet, Mat Lloyd reviews: It’s difficult not to approach any movie about skateboarding without trepidation. Especially when as a now 40-year-old skater, I was the same age as the kids being portrayed in the movie skating in the mid-90s of the title. That and the fact ‘Jonah Hill’ … Continue reading MID-90s
Punks love The Pop Group. Liberty City is the first visual document to accompany former frontman’s Mark Stewart’s curveball debut solo record: Learning To Cope With Cowardice, and features a collab with Cold Lips’ fave choreographer Mehmet Sander – who prefers the title “action architect”. Read about Cold Lips’ experience of Mehmet Sander’s London workshop at the Chisenhale dance space which also birthed the earlier fashion … Continue reading Mark Stewart and the Mehmet Sander Maffia
Doc’n Roll Film Festival is the wonderfully spirited, independent film festival that only shows music-based documentaries. It challenges with international stories, and is gaining an international reputation for being THE place to premiere your film – and it opens on NOVEMBER 1st. Organised by the brilliant Colm Forde and Vanessa Lobon Garcia, they are two reasons why London is a city that continues to challenge and … Continue reading DOC N ROLL Festival 2018