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Dior and I brings the viewer inside the storied world of the Christian Dior fashion house with a privileged, behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Raf Simons’ first haute couture collection as its new artistic director—a true labor of love created by a dedicated group of collaborators. Melding the everyday, pressure- filled components of fashion with mysterious echoes from the iconic brand’s past, the film is also a colorful homage to the seamstresses who serve Simons’ vision.
“He provides snippets of insight. He wrote the screenplay himself, finishing it in September”
Inside Björk is an official documentary released by Björk on August 23, 2003. The documentary outlines the career of Björk, from her early work in Icelandic bands, to joining The Sugarcubes- to her solo work up to 2002. The documentary gives viewers a personal view into her private thoughts, views and motivations. Inside Björk also features interviews with Sean Penn, Lars von Trier,Thom Yorke, Beck, RZA, Elton John, Missy Elliott, the late Alexander McQueen and more on their thoughts of Björk and her impact on music and culture. The documentary coincided with the release of the Greatest Hits album, and had previously been seen on some television networks at the end of 2002. It was commissioned by One Little Indian to make up for the fact that Björk was beginning to do fewer interviews than had been previous. Two small new live performances are included in the documentary, “Generous Palmstroke” performed with Zeena Parkins and an organ version of “The Anchor Song” played in an Icelandic church.
This hilarious short film called “The Disgustings,” starring Drew Droege and written, directed and starring Jordan Firstman, we get a look at two jaded gay men dealing with their day to day lives and the struggle of living in Los Angeles.
A side by side comparison of Angelina Jolie & Joan Collins being bitchy on screen
Erstwhile J.Crew model and father to Bjork’s children Matthew Barney is renowned as one of the strangest, most ambitious and certainly least thrifty artists in the world. His gorgeous, nauseating, head-scratchingly avant garde ‘Cremaster Cycle’ is a series of five feature length films that allegedly cost four million dollars to make.
SHAYE SAINT JOHN (USA) is a performer and video artist. Considered the GodMother of Absurdist Video Art, the character of Shaye exploded onto YouTube with a reality based horror show that defined the absurdity of the times. An ex-model, in a car crash and now outfitted with prosthetics, Shaye takes to the camera creating insane diets, working various angles to get back into the scene, and repeating unforgettable aphorisms mimicking the social media language that subsequently emerged.
Michael Keaton said in a recent interview that he has been speaking with Tim Burton about making Beetlejuice 2. During a junket for his latest film, Robocop, the actor told MTV that the sequel is getting closer and closer to becoming a reality.
Jackie 60 is synonymous with underground NYC nightlife. Jackie 60 means art, performance, and satire, seasoned with sarcasm. Jackie 60 was created out of the fertile minds of Johnny Dynell and Chi Chi Valenti. Their years of involvement in the NYC nightclub scene lead them to create their own club in 1990, called Jackie 60. In a matter of months, Jackie 60 became the ultimate place to be on Tuesday night in NYC.
Jennifer Saunders has confirmed that she will begin work on a feature length film of classic sitcom Absolutely Fabulous in the new year.