Held on Saturday July 25, 2015, the 67th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards, presented by the Television Academy, awarded EZTV's Kate Johnson with an Emmy for her producing documentary work on "Mia: A Dancer's Journey"...

|07/28/2015|

On July 11th, EZTV's Kate Johnson created a massive outdoor video projection and live performance installation...

|07/15/2015|

Performance artist The Dark Bob and EZTV’s Michael J. Masucci have joined forces to create a series of documentary film and online projects which portray and chronicle the rise of the influential performance art scene unique to Los Angeles, and its impact on contemporary art practices worldwide...

|03/09/2015|

Mid February marked the annual national conference by the College Art Association at the Hilton Hotel in New York City. EZTV's Michael J. Masucci presented a talk...

|02/21/2015|

ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives presents EZTV: Video Transfer at the ONE Archives Gallery & Museum, an exhibition and screening series exploring the history of EZTV, a pioneering video space founded in West Hollywood in 1979. Perhaps the country’s first micro-cinema exclusively dedicated to video, EZTV was both a screening venue...

|03/14/2014|

For the past two years, the middle of February has been a time of emotional depression for EZTV’s Kate Johnson and me.  It was at this time of the year that a true force of nature was senselessly taken from us...

|02/22/2014|

"Mia: A Dancer's Journey" the hour-long documentary on the life of celebrated dancer and educator Mia Slavenska, premiered on PBS SoCal in November 2014, and had its New York City premiere at Lincoln Center on Jan 31, 2015, as part of its Dance on Camera film festival...

|02/06/2015|

Michael Kearns is an acclaimed actor, writer, and director. He is also an activist and has for decades lived openly as an HIV+ survivor. And Michael Kearns is an American hero...

|02/22/2014|

Since Nicola Tesla developed the notion of alternating current, arguably more cultural change has occurred worldwide, than in all of our collective human saga. In examples ranging first from electric lighting, to radio, to television, to personal computing ...

|02/27/2014|

There has never been a time, in all of recorded history, when art and technology were not intertwined. Each inform the other, and both are really an extended continuum of the creative process. Sometimes technology suggests new forms of art based practice...

|02/22/2014|

I am so pleased that artist/thinker/netizen (and Practice Based Re/search founder) Vanessa Blaylock has joined our project “In the Dark”. She will be collaborating with the principal artists: choreographer Donna Sternberg, media artist Kate Johnson and I, in the...

|01/22/2014|

Video is all too often see as narcissistic, trivial or ineffectual. And admittedly, that may be sometimes true. But there have been those moments when a single video took center stage, and actually made a difference in the lives of many. Such is a the case of a video worth remembering...

|12/08/2013|

“Whenever my mother tried to beat the gay out of me, I would think about that sign and fantasize about running away to this almost magical place where it was safe to be gay.” -Paulo Murillo 2013...

|11/13/2013|

USC’s ONE, the National Gay & Lesbian Archives is the world’s largest archive of LGBTQ material, and the oldest surviving LGBTQ organization in North America...

|11/12/2013|

John Dorr’s vision of the wide-spread use and acceptance of feature-length narrative cinema created on home analog video equipment, of course, never came to pass. At least not in the way he envisioned. Even today, almost never is a low-cost narrative feature film...

|04/04/2013|

A capacity crowd of film lovers convened at the Aero Theater in Santa Monica, to see a rare big screen exhibition of  the  documentary “Luck, Trust & Ketchup- Robert Altman in Carver Country”, presented by the American Cinematheque.  The film was behind the...

|11/09/2013|

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