Alan Vega, Just a Million Dreams

Alan Vega, Just a Million Dreams

Alan Vega, Just a Million Dreams

This intimate portrait will reveal uncommon stories of groundbreaking visual artist and pioneer of minimalist electronic rock, Alan Vega, vocalist and composer for 1970s and 80s punk/post punk duo Suicide. Alan plays with the camera and enjoys the friendship of filmmaker Losier, while also loving, fighting and living with his family—Liz Lamere, his wife and collaborator, and their son Dante, young replica of Alan. Traces of joy, eccentricity, illumination but also deep fatigue and slow Suicide.  The rock-n-roll Alan is still very alive, funny and rebellious!


Alan Vega, Just a Million Dreams
Film by Marie Losier

16mm, Color, With Alan Vega, Liz Lamere and Dante Vega

Film Premiere in Bordeaux International Film Festival in October 2013


5 new films in development

CPHDOX/Lab, collaboration film with Rania Attieh and Marie Losier-2012
An impressionistic dual portrait of life off stage and in the ring of aging women wrestlers  and exoticos in Mexico
city’s La Lucha libre!

Peaches Goes Banana!
Marie Losier’s second feature film will be the intimate portrait of singer and performance artist Peaches.

Lucha VaVoom
Lucha VaVOOM is the world’s only big-bang smash of authentic Lucha Libre, classic burlesque, and comedy.

April March
Dearest Elinor Blake is April March! Fictionalized portrait in intertwined vignettes of her life.

Mario Montes in Flame
Whimsical and intimate portrait of  Jack Smith and Andy Warhol ’s muse, superstar Mario Montes,  the flame of the cult film Flaming Creatures.


The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye-FORUM-Berlin Film Festival-World Premiere

Bonjour Dear friends!

Finally after only 7 years of intense and amazing work on my first feature film is made!!!
Forum- Berlin Film Festival-World Premiere

I wanted to thank you all so so much for supporting the film and myself and a giant thank you for Psychic TV and Bryin Dall, and to dear Genesis and Lady Jaye, who are the inspiration for the film.

I also really wanted to thank everyone who has been helping me so much these last month to make it happen, Ryan O Toole, Steve Holmgren, Martin Marquet, Elyanna Gould, Marc Vives, Charlotte Mangin, Stefanie Shulte Strathaus, Jason Brown, Sebastien Santamaria, Josh Zelenka….and so many others, THANK YOU!!!!

I am so happy to announce I am finally finished and am preparing for the world premiere at the Forum in the Berlin International Film Festival!

I will be there along with Genesis and Tony Conrad who will perform a wonderful violin concert on February 19 at the Haul Theater.

I do not have the dates yet of the screenings but soon it will be online at the festival website.

Upcoming premieres at Punto de Vista in Spain, Cinema Du Reel in France, and more coming up soon.

Until then we have a new website now for the film itself and you can view the trailer at:

www.balladofgenesisandladyjaye.com and you can email us at


And stay in touch with us on Facebook:


and Twitter

Take care and happy snow!



Kickstarter for Marie’s film on Genesis Breyer P-Orridge! Please help support the making of my first feature film!

After 5 years of shooting, making costumes, interviews, working on the film on Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, I need some help to make this film happen finally. I need an editor to help shape the film to a good solid story, a sound engineer and transfer of films to HD.  The goal is to have the film completed by November so that it’s ready for premiering at the Berlin Film Festival in 2011.

In order to meet this goal I need all the support I can get and I’m excited to announce an online fundraiser via Kickstarter.com.


In order to make your support worthwhile, I have included a variety of amazing and unique rewards from Genesis Breyer P-orridge, Invisible Exports, Bernard Yenelouis and Tony Conrad. This is an opportunity to not only help me complete my project, but also get a wonderful piece of artwork to boot!

Here’s how the Kickstarter fundraiser works:

1) Go to our Kickstarter page. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/marielosier/ballad-of-genesis-and-lady-jaye
2) Take a look at the Rewards and see how much you’d be willing to donate.  No matter how small, ALL donations are deeply appreciated.
3) Click on “Back This Project”.
4) Enter your amount and select your reward.
5) You will need to sign up with Kickstarter.com.
6) Enter your credit card info using a secure Amazon.com account

I have 90 days to reach my fundraising goal.  But, in the end if I don’t meet it, you won’t get charged.

This is just a part of what we need to finish our film.Whether you can help by making a pledge or not, please spread the word about this campaign, I am endlessly grateful for your help and support. Pass this info along to any friend, family member, fan club, user group, mailing list who might be interested.

Thanks for all your support!


as a tidbit, take a look at the 3min trailer:

send this link to everyone!


LIVE FILMS! JACK SMITH!- Berlin homage at Kino Arsenal-Oct-09

From 28 October to 1 November 2009 the Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art e.V. and HAU organize the series “LIVE FILM! JACK SMITH! Five Flaming Days in a Rented World”. With performances, films and videos, installations, concerts, lectures and discussions “LIVE FILM! JACK SMITH!” opens up different perspectives on the oeuvre of Jack Smith, Andy Warhol, and other Sixties avant-gardists who crossed all borderlines of gender and genre. Moreover Smith’s work will be performed in exchange with new productions by a number of international contemporary artists.
Curated by Susanne Sachsse, Marc Siegel, and Stefanie Schulte Strathaus.








POPISME Episode V-le Lieu unique-France-VIDEO WORK-MUSICALS!

Le lieu unique invite Frank Lamy, commissaire / EXPOSITION du 18 octobre au 10 janvier
Avec les oeuvres vidéos :

JOHANNA BILLING another album
JESPER JUST this love is silent
VIRGINIE LE TOUZE hyper chanson d’Amour
MARIE LOSIER papal broken dance
VINCENT MADAME ET FANNY ADLER juste avant les forêts
CÉCILE PARIS les italiens, un début





Crossing the Line 2009: Macy’s Art Under Glass



What: Crossing the Line 2009: Macy’s Art Under Glass

When:Tuesday-Monday, September 8-27, 2009
Opening reception: Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 7pm
Guided media tour of the windows: Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 6pm

Where: Macy’s Herald Square
151 West 34th Street (Windows along 34th Street and 7th Avenue)

Information: nhttp://www.fiaf.org| 212 355 6160 | http://www.macys.com 212 695 4400
Subway:A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, B, D, F, V, N, R, Q, W to 34th Street

Tuesday, September 8-Monday, September 27, 2009

Guided media tour of the windows: Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 6pm
Opening reception: Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 7pm

Macy’s Herald Square • Windows along 34th Street and 7th Avenue

New York, New York, August 27, 2009 –This fall, Macy’s Herald Square will celebrate today’s most groundbreaking artists as part of FIAF’s Crossing the Line festival and Macy’s Art Under Glass, a seasonal art series taking place in the windows lining their legendary flagship store. The featured works will be on display from September 8-27, offering unprecedented exposure to burgeoning talent as FIAF’s Crossing the Line 2009 festival gets underway.

A collaborative celebration of culture and fashion, the Crossing the Line sidewalk art gallery will spotlight the contemporary works of vibrant and international artists, against a bold background of fall fashion featuring Macy’s new and exclusive Rachel Rachel Roy collection, among others. The exhibit is being co-curated by Julie Boukobza, along with Crossing the Line’s Lili Chopra and Simon Dove.

“A seductively HYBRID space, between white cubes and the streets of New York City, the windows for Macy’s ‘Art Under Glass’ tend to reflect the concerns of our times,” said co-curator Boukobza. “The show is populated with flags, iconic figures, Dodger’s quotes, a countdown clock, and Michael Jackson hands, showcasing Macy’s both as a landmark of the American dream and its own interrogation. The mostly New York City-based artists featured allow the public to take a step back from their daily routines.”

“Macy’s offers artists unprecedented exposure, with over 7,000 people passing these legendary windows every hour,” said Lili Chopra, Artistic Director of FIAF. “These installations will certainly cause them to pause for thought,” added Simon Dove, Crossing the Line co-curator.

“The works from Crossing the Line set a unique mood for this season’s fashions, and visually bring to life the cooperation and co-existence between art and fashion,” said Nicole Fischelis, GVP, Fashion Director of RTW for Macy’s. Adds Paul Olszewski, Director of Windows for Macy’s Herald Square, “Our windows not only display fashion trends but also take on new meaning when they are used as a public space for satellite exhibits.”


Shoot of “Slap the Gondola!”-August 2009

As part of the film festival dedicated to Jack Smith in Berlin at the Kino Arsenal in October called LIVE FILMS!-a few filmmakers (Guy Maddin, Ulrike Ottinger…) got commissioned to make a film inspired by Jack Smith.  I am so thankful I am one of them!

Here are some of the stills from my shoot on the great rusted Ferry of Brooklyn where 30 of my dear friends wore my hand made costumes and hats and danced to the music of dearest April MArch and ended up a beautiful day into a slimy Fish Fight! In addition, the 2 muses of the fishes were 2 amazing mermaids, Tony Conrad and Genesis P-Orridge!  What a treat! so here is my SLAP THE GONDOLA!

by wonderful photographer Bernard Yenelouis! vive Bernie!

Tony Conrad and Genesis P-Orridge



Tony, Marie and Genesis

April March and my dear friends!


Marie Shooting on her ladder

Belle Florence!



DVD Release- Experiments in Terror 3


Experiments in Terror 3
MC-893, 2008

Striking for the third time, EXPERIMENTS IN TERROR 3 unleashes another hallucinogenic orgy of the uncanny, the dreadful, and the macabre.
Employing a mesmerizing montage of terrifying tropes and fiendish footage, our kino-coven conjures more than a bewitching hour of visionary cinema. Pounding a stake through the heart of genre convention, this shocking program expands the cinematic language of fear, breaking the chains of narrative logic and leaving only the black void of the infinite unconscious.

– Marie Losier & Guy Maddin – Manuelle Labor
– Mike Kuchar – Born of The Wind
– J.X. Williams – Satan Claus
– Carey Burtt – The Psychotic Odyssey of Richard Chase
– Ben Rivers – Terror!
– Jason Bognacki – The Red Door (excerpt)

Extras Include:
– Clifton Childree’s chilling one-reeler It Gets Worse
– Upcoming releases from Provocateur

Availability: Will not be released until 3-31-09
Format: DVD, NTSC, Region 0 (All), closed captioning Wholesale pricing available
US List Price: $US 24.95
European List Prices: £16.99 / 24.95€


Photos by Marie of Tony Conrad and Genesis P-Orridge’s Concert at Issue Project

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