“In conjunction with Rebel Newsprint, an exhibition of over 100 underground papers curated by Sean Stewart, Interference Archive will screen films about this time period, and the political and social conditions that lead to the development of the underground newspaper scene. The films will be followed by open discussion.”
I have it on good authority that a few of the stars of one of the mini documentaries will be there tonight and I’ve gotten a handful of emails from miscellaneous veterans of the era who are planning on coming out. Should be a fun night.
The Monkees x Jack Nicholson + LSD = Cult Classic
That’s John Brockman in the ad. He is not in the movie. It’s a still from the TV commercial which, according to Wikipedia, was “a confusing, minimalist close-up shot of a man’s head; after thirty seconds, the man smiled and the name HEAD appeared on his forehead. This ad was a parody of Andy Warhol’s 1963 film Blow Job, which only showed a close-up of a man’s face for an extended period, supposedly receiving ‘head’.”