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FUCKKKYOUUU: Watch The Complete Sundance Selected Short

After a successful festival run that took them through the Sundance Next Festival, Fantastic Fest and on to Sundance proper, director Eddie Alcazar and Flying Lotus have released their collaborative short film Fuckkkyouuu online in its entirety. And this is...

Win A Poster For Eddie Alcazar's FUCKKKYOUUU

Slated to continue its festival run with an appearance at Sundance, director Eddie Alcazar's beautiful, unsettling collaboration with Flying Lotus Fuckkkyouuu will, no doubt, continue to turn quite a lot of heads. And if one of those heads is yours...

FUCKKKYOUUU: Watch This Bizarre, Gorgeous, NSFW Trailer For Eddie Alcazar's Flying Lotus Short Film

Director Eddie Alcazar has teamed up with musical maverick Flying Lotus for his latest effort Fuckkkyouuu and with the film screening now at Fantastic Fest the first trailer has arrived online. And it is gorgeous, disturbing, and NSFW stuff.With the...

FUCKKKYOUUU: Gorgeous, Bizarre First Images From Eddie Alcazar's Flying Lotus Short

Well now, here's a creative union that appears to be bearing gorgeously bizarre fruit: Indie filmmaker Eddie Alcazar - who we've been tracking in these pages for years - has teamed up with maverick musician Flying Lotus to create Fuckkkyouuu,...

Two Gorgeous New Posters For LAFF Selected Doc TAPIA

A selection of the now-running Los Angeles Film Festival, Eddie Alcazar's Tapia has just released a pair of stellar new posters for the sports documentary.Albuquerque-born boxer Johnny Tapia's life was a maelstrom of turmoil. The glory of his punishing ring...

Fresh Trailer For LA Selected Boxing Doc TAPIA

Soon to premiere at the LA Film Festival, Eddie Alcazar's documentary Tapia chronicles the turbulent life of champion boxer Johnny Tapia as told in his own words via the final interviews granted before his untimely death.Albuquerque-born boxer Johnny Tapia's life...

Johnny Tapia Talks Tattoos In Second Teaser From Eddie Alcazar's TAPIA

What began as work on a biopic about boxer Johnny Tapia developed into two projects, as filmmaker Eddie Alcazar quickly realized he had a bounty of footage that just could not be contained in one film. So with this footage Alcazar...