A "PERFECT" FILM

Last week, SingularDTV hosted a screening for the film Perfect. Directed by Eddie Alcazar, with a score by Flying Lotus, executive produced by Steven Soderbergh, the movie depicts a psychedelic retro-futurist view on a violent young man’s journey through rehabilitation at a mysterious institution. Shot at the infamous Sheats-Goldstein Residence, the Lautner-designed home was a perfect setting to present the directors world of self-mutilation, ritualistic bathing, and lackadaisical models strewn across leather furniture including Flaunt faves Rainsford and Shaun Ross.

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Flying Lotus Exec-Producing, Scoring New Netflix Anime Starring Lakeith Stanfield

Netflix has announced a slew of new anime series, including a show titled “Yasuke” that is being executive-produced by Flying Lotus, as Deadline reports. FlyLo is also composing the soundtrack to the series, which will be directed by LeSean Thomas (“The Boondocks”) and stars Lakeith Stanfield (Sorry to Bother You, “Atlanta”) voicing the lead role. While details are scarce, “Yasuke” revolves around “a retired ronin who must take up his sword when he is charged with the task of transporting a mysterious child who dark forces want to eliminate.”

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The future is anything but Perfect in SXSW sci-fi thriller trailer

In the new science-fiction thriller Perfect, a boy in a cold and stark modern house is seduced by advertisements of perfection to install implantable characteristics directly into his body. The implants heal his dark, twisted visions, but come with a corporeal cost. He persists in applying them, hoping to reach perfection, but ultimately he discovers that purity of mind is not exactly as he’s imagined.

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Watch Flying Lotus’ New Short Film Skinflick

Flying Lotus, aka Steven Ellison, has directed and scored a new short film, Skinflick, under his filmmaking alias steve. Watch it below, via Nowness. The short’s subject is Bob Heslip, who performs as Bumpy Bob the Bubble Boy, referring to the fleshy lumps on his body caused by the skin condition and tumor disorder Neurofibromatosis type 1. In a press release, Ellison describes meeting Heslip while shooting KUSO. Ellison says, “He is a lovely man and I wanted to make a film that would honor the beauty of his unique condition.”

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