Beautiful Losers


Watch this film —> Beautiful Losers (DVD)

Reasons: interviews & art. Some good; occasionally brilliant. One epiphany.

What else do you want? If you like art, you’ll pick it up at your next opportunity.

Alec Patric

AS Patric is the award-winning author of The Rattler & other stories (Spineless Wonders, 2011), Las Vegas for Vegans (Transit Lounge, 2012) and Bruno Kramzer (Finlay Lloyd, 2013).

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  1. Or, why not come to Speakeasy Cinema and see it there? Melbourne & Sydney!

    Speakeasy Cinema is a pop-up cinema event making its debut appearance on the cultural circuit as part of the Anode independent arts festival.

    Speakeasy Cinema is happening in Melbourne and Sydney during October-November 2009, screening films that highlight underground art stars, literature rebels and creative genius.

    In Melbourne, Speakeasy teams up 1000 £ Bend, the new venue from the folk behind St Jeromes, offering a super-deluxe meal and movie special. Choose between a gourmet ’roo or saganaki burger and either a glass of wine or a bottle of beer to suck on while you watch the film. For a clean $20 (pre-sale) / $25 (at the door), we challenge you to find a cheaper date with the kind of cachet eating off a beanbag lap-tray will give you!


    The film and screening program is as follows:

    A film by Aaron Rose (Alleged Gallery, NYC) & Thomas Campbell, Shepard Fairey, Jo Jackson, Chris Johanson, Margaret Kilgallen, Harmony Korine, Geoff McFetridge, Barry McGee, Mike Mills, Stephen Powers & Ed Templeton

    6pm Friday 30 October (+ Speakeasy Cinema & Anode 2009 opening night party)
    8pm Friday 6 November
    Speakeasy Cinema – 1000 £ Bend, 361 Lt Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
    Tickets: Film, burger & beverage: $20 pre-sale / $25 at the door I Film only: $15 pre-sale / $18 at the door. Tickets available through Moshtix at, 1300 GET TIX (438 849) on your mobile and all Moshtix outlets.

    6pm Saturday 21st November
    Paddington Town Hall, Corner of Oxford Street and Oatley Road, Paddington
    Tix thru Sticky Tickets (includes entry to Anode Opening party and performances)

  2. Seeing some of the art on the big screen would be wonderful. Thanks for this Lauren. Now all someone needs to do is organize an exhibition, because that’s what I’d really like for Christmas.

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