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  • The Thirteenth Floor is a 1999 science fiction film directed by Josef Rusnak and loosely based upon Simulacron-3 (1964), a novel by Daniel F. Galouye, and Welt am Draht (1973) (World on Wires), a German two-part television film by Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
  • The 13th Floor is the fourth full-length album by the Norwegian Gothic metal band Sirenia and first with Spanish vocalist Ailyn. It was released on January 23, 2009 through Nuclear Blast.
  • (studio) workplace for the teaching or practice of an art; "she ran a dance studio"; "the music department provided studios for their students"; "you don't need a studio to make a passport photograph"
  • (studio) workplace consisting of a room or building where movies or television shows or radio programs are produced and recorded
  • A place where performers, esp. dancers, practice and exercise
  • A room where musical or sound recordings can be made
  • A room where an artist, photographer, sculptor, etc., works
  • studio apartment: an apartment with a living space and a bathroom and a small kitchen
13th floor studios - You're Gonna
You're Gonna Miss Me : A Film About Roky Erickson
You're Gonna Miss Me : A Film About Roky Erickson
The Fascinating Story of Rock `n Roll Pioneer Roger Kynard "Roky" Erickson And His Struggles With Drug Addiction and Mental Illness.
Outside Austin, Texas, a 53-year-old man sits in an apartment with four radios, three televisions, two amps, a radio scanner, and a Casio electric piano playing all at the same time. Loudly. He has three teeth, his hair is matted into one huge dreadlock, and he has a notarized document on his wall declaring himself an alien, "so whoever's putting shocks to my head will stop."
Special Features: 90+ Minutes of Rare & Exlusive Bonus Footage including:
* Historic, Uncut Live Performances: "COLD NIGHT FOR ALLIGATROS" & Intimate Acoustic Performances of "BLOODY HAMMER," STARRY EYES," "RIGHT TRACK RIGHT NOW," "DON'T SLANDER ME," and many more
* The Complete "I KNOW THE HOLE IN BABY'S HEAD" and other readings by Roky
* The Collected Works of EVELYN ERICKSON
* POSTSCRIPT: Austin City Limits Festival Documentary (2005)
* POSTSCRIPT: Roky's Emancipation Hearing (2007)

In the annals of spooked rock, Roky Erickson is a legend. When you hear his wobbling, impassioned, vocal yowl, you have to admit: He could've been a sort of psychedelic, proto-punk, American Van Morrison. Alas, history has been less kind to Roky. Kevin McAlester's documentary discloses precisely why (and how) Roky's early status as an icon--a maverick rock genius as demonstrated by his band, the 13th Floor Elevators--went sadly awry. At the center of You're Gonna Miss Me are some crucial dramatic tropes: a terribly broken family; a pressing, age-old "Am I my brother's keeper" predicament; and a relatively simple case of schizophrenia. The film opens in a courtroom, Erickson's aging and awkward mother, Evelyn, and his youngest brother, Sumner, locked in a battle for guardianship over the then-53-year-old, mentally imbalanced singer. The film captures Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Patti Smith, and Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top), among others, testifying to Roky's non-pareil genius. Also present, however, are tales of Roky's singular madness--extended acid and heroin binges and, alas, his then-present-day condition, living in cramped, decrepit quarters with an array of transistor radios, stereos, TVs, and keyboards, all cranked fully as he placidly reclines or wanders aimlessly.
The film painstakingly shows the Erickson family's longstanding fissures, contextualizing Roky's schizophrenia and, disarmingly, putting his mother's own awkward idiosyncratic behavior on display. Lee Daniel's cinematography brilliantly captures the desolation and desperation of Roky's life, camera shaking and panning and finding hidden angles to show the strange, seemingly endless schizophrenic signs around the singer--dozens of antennae, stacks and stacks of mail strewn throughout his apartment, and Evelyn's complicated obsession with Roky's history--from his highpoints as a rocker to his tragic three-year stay at the Rusk State Hospital for marijuana possession (where, for example, he played in an ad hoc band with a couple of murderers, a rapist, and, improbably, a hospital counselor) to her own, eerie film project where she casts Roky as "the king of the beasts" in a home-movie she undertakes as a "legacy" for the family. The film is all about otherworldly dimensions, centering in large part on youngest brother, Sumner--himself an accomplished musician playing tuba with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra--and his legal battle to become Roky's guardian and get Roky "simple medical care" and medication for his schizophrenia. This is an important chapter in the history of rock, without the underlying humor that made Dig! an indie film hit in 2005 but with a much larger historical purview. --Andrew Bartlett

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NYC - Queens - Long Island City: Silver Cup Studios and Citicorp Building
NYC - Queens - Long Island City: Silver Cup Studios and Citicorp Building
Since opening the first studio in what was the former flour silo room of Long Island City's landmark Silvercup Bakery in 1983, Silvercup Studios (on the left) has been the largest film and television production facility in New York City. Silvercup's Studios has served as currently home to HBO's The Sopranos and Sex and the City, NBC Universal/Broadway Video Television's 30 Rock and ABC/Touchstone's two new shows Knights of Prosperity and Six Degrees. The facility has also hosted QVC's home shopping channel, Q2, which broadcast live, 18 hours per day. Over 400 hundred commercials are produced annually including campaigns for Wendy's, Olive Garden, Old Navy, Victoria's Secret, The Gap, Verizon and MCI. Among the feature films which have been shot at Silvercup are The Devil Wears Prada, Little Children, Meet the Parents, Analyze That, Big Daddy, Little Nicky, Gangs of New York, Mickey Blue Eyes with Hugh Grant, Changing Lanes, Mr. Deeds, Hide & Seek, Stay, and the Night Listener. Silvercup Studios also provides facilities for still photography including shoots for fashion magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Mirabella as well as The Source and XXL. Annie Liebowitz's famous cover shot for Bruce Springsteen's Born in the USA album was shot here. Many music videos have been produced and shot at the studio for artists such as Beyonce, Madonna, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Billy Joel, Bon Jovi, Limp Bizkit, George Michael, Nine Inch Nails, Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake. The complex comprises a total of 13 shooting stages on its Main Lot (Roof and Loft spaces are also available) located at 42-22 22nd Street in Long Island City, ranging in size from 3,000 to 18,000 ft2 and five 16,000 ft2 studios and one 9,400 ft2 (each with grid heights of 28') on its East Lot which is located at 34-02 Starr Avenue, in Long Island City. Citicorp Building (on the right) is a 658-foot (201m), 50-story office tower in Long Island City. Completed in 1990 by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP for the bank Citigroup, the tower is the tallest building on Long Island and tallest in New York City outside Manhattan. The only building in the US outside a central business district which is taller is the Williams Tower in Houston. Also known as One Court Square, the tower is glass-wrapepd and green tinte and can accomodate 3500 employees. The shorter 221 foot tall building to the left of the CitiCorp Building, Court Square Two, was built by Kohn, Pedersen, Fox, also for CitiCorp. A topping off ceremony was held in mid-October 2006. The building is structured to handle the addition of approximately 20 floors.
Plummeting to Earth from the 13th Floor of the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disneyland Paris, October 2009
Plummeting to Earth from the 13th Floor of the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disneyland Paris, October 2009
Plummeting to Earth from the 13th Floor of the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disneyland Paris, October 2009. I got shouted at in French and English as soon as I whipped my camera out from my pocket so the shot isn't ideal...but not bad for a point and press as the car dropped from underneath me!

13th floor studios
13th floor studios
Monster S100-M-20 Standard 100 Microphone Cable (20 Feet)
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