FINAL THOUGHT ON CAPTURED | Captured film on iTunes in the internet | New York | March 31, 2009 | 2.01 min | If you’re like us and can’t get enough of Clayton Patterson’s Captured, or if you haven’t seen it yet, then feast your eyes on the opening minutes.
TOXIC PARADISE | Documentary by Pommefrite | New York | January 12, 2008 | 1.28 min. | His kinetic piece, Dick and Womanizer, along with some of his artworks at FusionArts Museum at Lower East Side. 57 Stanton St., New York, NY, with the director of the museum Shalom Neuman, Francis James, and his friend photographer Clayton Patterson.
DAS ENDE DER BOWERY | TV-report by Annette Dittert | July 21, 2007 | 5.37 min | The End of the Bowery is a Documentary in German language, which tells about the changing of NYCs Lower East Side and surrounding areas. The show features New York Antiques dealer Billy Leroy, and controversial Photographer, Clayton Patterson.
CLAYTON PATTERSON ON MAYOR BLOOMBERG | Video by Suzannah B. Troy | New York, 2008 | 4.33 min | Clayton Patterson interviewed by Suzannah B. Troy on Mayor Bloomberg and his impact on New York. This interview is scathing he covers it all including the lack of cheap rent in relation to the art world. Clayton is one of the most significant key figures in documenting the Lower East Side including video footage of The Tompkins Square Riots that would rock New York City to the roots....
CLAYTON PATTERSON CAN'T WAIT TO GO SEE OLIVER STONE'S "W"! | Video by Suzannah B. Troy | New York, 2008 | 2.06 min | Clayton Patterson is excited to go see the Oliver Stone film "W" and here is why. Please watch this video to see how revolutionary Clatyon's photo video journalism documentation of Lower East Side & activism rocked NYC which includes clips with Mayor Koch, Guiliani even Oprah because Clayton had video footage from the riots at Tompkins Square Park.....
CAPTURED | A film by Ben Solomon, Daniel Levin, and Jenner Furst | New York, 2007 | 90 min | CAPTURED is the story of one man's commitment to chronicling the legendary Lower East Side, and the individuals who define it. Since the early 1980s Clayton Patterson has been fully dedicated to documenting the final era of this historic and eclectic neighborhood long known for its humble streets, revolutionary minds and creative influence....
WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD ART DOCUMENTARY | Video taped by Joe Coleman | New York, October 3, 2007 | 5.54 min | Joe Coleman and Clayton Patterson are two artists in this documentary about New York City Artists. Hope you watch all parts, diff types of visual, street artists. I have shot over 13 years ago, took 15 artists.
CAPTURED | Video taped by Mark Cyr and Julie Stalker-Wild | New York, August 16th, 2004 | 3.05 min | The definitive anthology of New York’s underground cinema, in its creators’ own words. New York’s Lower East Side has been a fountain of creativity and art since the early 1950s, a free-wheeling bazaar of ideas and artists that has challenged and shaped mainstream culture. Book promotion.
SHADOWS IN THE CITY | Film by Ari Roussimoff | New York 1991 | 101 min | Casting Clayton Patterson as father. | PLOT: Taking an avant-garde approach, experimental Russian painter turned director Ari Roussimoff creates an offbeat addition to the horror genre. Troubled, doomed Paul returns to his home in an oppressive and stylized Manhattan (filmed in black and white) after spending time with a traveling carnival. As he wanders the gloomy streets in search of love and acceptance, he muses about the correlation between the grim fates of his family and his own destiny. Both his brother and his mother killed themselves, and now Paul sees the Spirit of Death beckoning him to do the same. He does not realize that Death is really only offering him more of the same. - Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide. - CAST: Bruce Byron - Frankie; Valerie Caris - Prostitute; Joe Coleman - Professor Mephisto; Lou Cypher - Gatekeeper; Emile de Antonio - Mystic; Taylor Mead - Father; Clayton Patterson - Hustler; Kembrah Pfahler - Assassin; Rhonda Scherich - Mother; Craig Smith - Paul Mills; Brinke Stevens - Fortune Teller; Roy Sundance - Mack the Knife; Jack Smith - Spirit of Death; Nick Zedd - Demagogue; Annie Sprinkle - Ex-Girlfriend.