Live stream preview

Watch this video and more on PARACME

Watch this video and more on PARACME

Subscribe Learn more

Already subscribed? Sign in


EUTERPE • 3m 55s

Up Next in EUTERPE


    A microscopic exploration of Japanese comics, candies, maps, washi tape, origami papers, magazines, gambling newspapers, porn, rice, ramen, flowers and marriage. The film is inspired by early direct-on-film works in the spirit of Len Lye. HANEMUN's editing is loosely informed by the Haiku 5-7-5 s...


    A repository of fashion, pleasure and instruction, HARPER'S BAZAR first appeared in 1867 as a weekly publication showcasing European fashion for prosperous women on the opposite side of the Atlantic. Lawrence Jordan uses these nascent materials (before the magazine expanded to an additional "A" t...


    "It's nothing at all. Absolutely nothing. It was a joke. I wanted to make a parody of Jean Cocteau's first film [THE BLOOD OF A POET]. That's all. We shot it in two hours, for fun, on Sunday afternoon. It has no sort of meaning." - Orson Welles