Two films from the Antagonist Art Movement
Anything Boys Can Do...
The underground music world has been characteristically male dominated, both the bands and the audiences. With the upsurge of women involvement in the scene, female bands and musicians are all too often regarded as novelty acts, regularly shrugged off as militant feminist or cutely entertaining. Overwhelmed by the numbers of male bands, female bands of the scene are lumped together in one category, "girl group", regardless of style, talent or musical content. Anything Boys Can Do... investigates and reveals the issues affecting women in general and as individual performers.Featuring:
The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black
and many more
Mark of the Ninja
This documentary covers art events conducted by the Antagonist Art Movement during 2004, featuring Ted Riederer, Ethan Minsker, Brother Mike Cohen, Crispy T, Zeke Tawilerger and many more.
Original score by The New You, The Great White American Rap Band and Oh Death.
Antagonist Movement show at Dead Cat Gallery-Providence RI
Music video by Schocholautte
Available Oct 20, 2009
Anything Boys Can Do....
a film by Ethan H. Minsker
The New York Times - "A gem."TimeOut New York - "A thoughtful exploration."Chicago Tribune - "Provocative."The Independent Film & Video Monthly - "Anything but cutesy."Bust - "It's nice to see a local NY music scene thriving."
Film Festivals:First Place - Mixed MessagesHonorable Mention - Atlanta Film FestivalThird Place - ReelingOfficial Selection:San Francisco International, Lesbian & Gay Film FestivalSydney Film FestivalOutfestMelbourne International Film FestivalNew Orleans Film & Video FestivalSingapore International Film festival
Mark Of the Ninja
Winner - Best Documentary - Evil City Film FestScreened at the New Directors Series at the Anthology Film Archives, New York