Art Direction - Apollo Staar
Artist: Molly Jensen
Song: Give It Time
March, 2009.
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Art Direction - Apollo Staar
Artist: N-Force
Song: All or Nothing
May, 2009
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Promo picture shot by Nick Bohn. San Francisco, 1994.

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On location in Hollywood, shooting 'Apt. 18', 1993.
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On location in Hollywood, shooting 'Apt. 18', 1993.
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On location in Hollywood, shooting 'Apt. 18', 1993.
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Flyer for '4 FILMS', 1993.
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with Bibbe Hansen and Sean Carillo, proprietors of TROY Cafe, 1993.
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Screening of '4 FILMS' @ TROY Cafe, 1993.
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Screening of '4 FILMS' @ TROY Cafe, 1993.
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Screening of '4 FILMS' @ TROY Cafe, 1993.
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With Leo Suprenant and photographer Durmel Deleon at screening of '4 FILMS' @ TROY Cafe, 1993.
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Leo Suprenant hosting the screening of '4 FILMS' @ TROY Cafe, 1993.
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Poster for Cinema Nouveau Film Collective screening party, downtown Los Angeles, 1993. Sponsored by Troy Cafe.

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Cinema Nouveau Film Collective, first screening @ Troy Cafe/Gallery, downtown Los Angeles, 1993.
Collective members: (top row) Cesar Hernandez, Apollo Staar, Leslie Ann Denny, Diane Malanovich, Nicole Sewell.
(bottom row) Sean Sprinkle, John Mcmullen.

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Cinema Nouveau Film Collective, first screening @ Troy Cafe/Gallery, downtown Los Angeles, 1993.

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Poster for retrospective of early film works @ Troy Cafe/Gallery, downtown Los Angeles, 1993. Curated by Sean Carillo and Troy Cafe.

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Apollo with friends at his retrospective screening of early film works @ Troy Cafe/Gallery, downtown Los Angeles, 1993.

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Manning the double projectors for the dual screen film, 'Beyond Flesh', @ retrospective screening, downtown Los Angeles, 1993.

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Manning the double projectors for the dual screen film, 'Beyond Flesh', @ retrospective screening, downtown Los Angeles, 1993.

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Outdoor films in the parking lot @ retrospective screening, Troy Cafe/Gallery(1st & Alameda), downtown Los Angeles, 1993.

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D'arcy Drollinger, subject of mini documentary 'Femme Fatale', nightlife empresario and member of pop band Enrique. San Francisco, 1994.

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D'arcy Drollinger, subject of mini documentary 'Femme Fatale', nightlife empresario and member of pop band Enrique. San Francisco, 1994.

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Shooting 'Femme Fatale' in D'arcy's lower-haight Victorian. San Francisco, 1994.

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Shooting 'Femme Fatale' in D'arcy's lower-haight Victorian. San Francisco, 1994.

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Shooting 'Femme Fatale' in D'arcy's lower-haight Victorian. San Francisco, 1994.

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Shooting 'Femme Fatale' in D'arcy's lower-haight Victorian. San Francisco, 1994.

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Shooting 'Femme Fatale' in D'arcy's lower-haight Victorian. San Francisco, 1994.

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VHS copies of 'Get Lost' (1994)

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VHS copies of 'Get Lost' (1994)

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'Get Lost' (USA, 16MM, b/w, Directed by Apollo Staar, 1994)

"Deep within the confines of the city there lies a breed of people that come from nowhere, are going nowhere, and achieve nothing. This is a story about a particular man who through useless pursuits has become nothing more than a failure. Struggling to make himself a success as a pimp and a lone shark, Eddy loses his women and his longtime partner Vinnie. Through this he realizes that he is predestined to be a washout. His unfortunate circumstance has led him to his way of life."
Directed by Apollo Staar, written by Micki Edwards, sound by Michael Resnick, camera by Shawn Parrish, produced by SuperStar Cinema. (1994)

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