These guys have stolen our furniture, but it’s okay. Mega tables rule.
The Levi’s® Film Workshop is a temporary venue in Los Angeles for collaboration and creative production that celebrates the craft of filmmaking. It is housed inside the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. Everyone is invited to access the Workshop’s equipment rentals, edit suites and other resources free of charge.
If you’re into making movies, but can’t afford a green screen, or if you just want to rent some equipment free of charge, then head to the MOCA and check out Levi’s Film Workshop. Lots of fun experiments to play around with too. Afterwards, go check out the Art in the Streets exhibit going on at the MOCA, and seemingly on every streetcorner in downtown LA.
The British street artist Banksy is back in Los Angeles, just in time to create hype around his Oscar-nominated documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop. This past week, Hollywood has been abuzz with daily reports of new Banksy-claimed street art pieces—at least seven since we last checked.
Banksy invades LA.