Friday, May 31, 2013



“If you expect nothing from anybody, you’re never disappointed.”
― Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar



Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Hitchcock and a JAWS home visit





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"If it's a good movie, the sound could go off and the audience would still have a perfectly clear idea of what was going on.  After seeing a Jane Public movie with my dear wife, I usually end up committing a dumbfounded massive gluttony. Bye."   - Alfred Hitchcock (postmortem)
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Saw "JAWS" lying in the backyard of Hitchcock's summer home with hundreds of AMERICAN IDOL contestant rejects. Had to go thru a metal detector because of my jewelry and some midget bit the guard so I could run in and get a good spot. enjoy. bye. 

p.s. thank you to the jaws midget.

p.s.s.  Hitchcock has a nice backyard that feels like a shipyard...




















Tuesday, May 28, 2013

THE EAST COFFEE GRIND

Good communication is as stimulating as black coffee, and just as hard to sleep after  - Anne Lindbergh 
p.s. THE EAST film premiere with cast/crew...


















Monday, May 20, 2013

R.I.P. Ray Manzarek :(

     http://www.standup2cancer.org/

goodbye Ray.
Thanks for the great late night talks.

You won't be forgotten. ever.



















always, Joey.

Sunday, May 19, 2013

UK screenings, 2013 quotes

"Well," Quincy said, "he's a rat man and a Skinner man both.
 The behaviorists are not exactly being ovewhelmed with love these days."
"Oh," Andy said, mystified. "You haven't been to the Sunshine Theatre in New York recently, have you. That's obvious."
"Also, what in the hell does that have to do with challenging the migraine that is contemporary cinema?"
"Nothing. But he does wear very thick-rimmed reading glasses. And he is as quiet as a filthy rat."
"Oh," Andy said, demystified." "Mad geniuses have been known to be quiet little scoundrels, as well."




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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

OUT OF THE FILMS interview / exhibition


college radio, interview. 2013

Still image from Jane Public film THE GARBAGE PEOPLE,  Copyright © 2013

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Saturday, May 4, 2013

The Avant-Garde Underground.


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p.s. Indoor theatre screenings (assigned ticketed seating)



Friday, May 3, 2013

"Have A Nice Day," said the Toys R Us pillow.

Bye (buy me).

Because you are now programmed to watch, CARRIE tonite. And then you will press on your temples very hard...
and you will then concentrate spellbound to make your kitchen sink dishes clean- with your mind (you pig)...
and then you will wish-wash, upon my command, that you would have had guts to blow $6.00 this afternoon (you cheapskate)...
at that toystore and had purchased (or levitated) the damn ridiculous comfy smiley orange cartoon pillow...
so that you could have rested your cheapskate shamed face into a deep sleep trying Telekinesis another day of the week. Why? Because now you just gave yourself a migraine trying to move furniture around the house by thinking too hard about it. Moron. Stop taking things so seriously.


THE END.
Above is a Man Ray photogram of Robert Desnos experiencing a narcoleptic telekinesis "can't move any of your apartment furniture with my mind" CARRIE movie attack in André Breton’s studio, 1922. This was Man Ray's photogram of that exhausting moment. "Keep on trying," he said. "Just keep on trying. Jane did it in 2013."   bye.



Negatives de-stored & a BeastieBoy park inauguration

Filmmakers who still have negatives stored at DuArt:
I've just learned that DuArt is reorganizing its space and needs to have all filmmakers
who have negatives stored in the vault retrieve them or arrange for them to be moved to an archive.  Outstanding storage fees can be negotiated. Outstanding work...cannot  :(




p.s. Today "Adam Yauch Park" has been declared a reality in New York City! http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/adam-yauch-park-dedicated-in-brooklyn-20130503




p.s.s. it will be quite ironic when they kick the skaters outtaa this park soon, huh. good point Jane! go to sleep now. ok? ok. will do. byebye.






Wednesday, May 1, 2013

The Park Avenue - film screening fundraiser ...


...who landed at a Park Avenue North address instead of a Park Avenue South address. Zero parking anywhere. 30 minutes late and fashionably so. But wait, there was Good News after all...the hustler's mobile battery had enough juice i.e. fully charged and got a great cell-fone (sic) pic at this wrong address prior to the film screening. God Bless America. And God Bless Jane Public. And God Bless a good fundraiser. And God Bless Jane Public's film, MISSING GREEN that screened to a packed room. and God Bless You (even if you didn't show up, duh). bye .











Filmmakers Carolee Schneemann and Joey Huertas aka Jane Public


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Special thanks to Lili and MM
actress Glenn Close and Carolee Schneemann

 Schneemann's works have been associated with a variety of art classifications including FluxusNeo-Dada, the Beat Generation, and happenings. Carolee Schneemann (born October 12, 1939) is an American visual artist, known for her discourses on the body. She received a B.A. from Bard College and an M.F.A. from the University of Illinois. Her work is primarily characterized by research into visual traditions, taboos, and the body of the individual in relationship to social bodies. Her works have been shown at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, the New York Museum of Modern Art, and the London National Film Theatre. Schneemann has taught at several universities, including the California Institute of the Arts, the School of the Art Institute of ChicagoHunter College, and Rutgers University, where she was the first female art professor hired. Additionally, she has published widely, producing works such as Cézanne, She Was a Great Painter (1976) and More than Meat Joy: Performance Works and Selected Writings (1997).