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Interview by Alexander Darkish, after the premiere of “The Devil and the Father Amorth“, screened out of competition at the 74th Venice International Film Festival. Cinematography by Jeva Griskjane
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e have interviewed Peter Garritano in his project Hajwalah, it’s about drifting subculture in Arabia. Hi Peter, let’s talk about your project “Hajwalah”. What does “Hajwalah” means? It’s the Arabic language name given to this type of racing– a specific ...
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Valeria Golino, from L.A to Naples.
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ou Dungate is an eponymous label based in London, England and founded in 2016. The brand is focusing on luxury knitwear, craftsmanship and ethical production. All items are made in London! Pure and sumptuous cashmere has been sourced and used ...
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e have been in Venice for the latest exhibition of the American photographer David la Chapelle. “Lost+Found”, is the title of the exhibition, taking place at “Casa dei Tre Oci” in Venice, is running till september. Go and check it ...
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We have been writing already in the past about the The Havana 7 club fellowship, a great collaboration with the great photographer Elliott Erwitt and the Havana Club. The fellowship is giving an annual award to a great photographer willing to ...
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Interview by Marina Trancoso, photography editor. Born to a Russian family and raised in France, Alexis Zelensky is the definition of a globetrotter. In this interview, we speak to him about his series “Cour de Be”, a documentation of life ...
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Emir Kusturica on Rituals and Cinema as Collective Therapy. An Interview with Emir Kusturica by Alexander Darkish about his last movie: “On the milky road”, presented at the Venice Film Festival 2016. Video by Jeva Griskjane Audio: G.Olmo Stuppia
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Alice Lowe (Sightseers,Locke, Hot Fuzz) directed and starred in her revenge movie “Prevenge” while she was pregnant, portraying this experience as a superpower beyond the Clichés, through a melange of different genres (horror, comedy, noir and a sci-fi touch) reflecting ...
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Always Shine director Sophia Takal deals with traditional expected lady-like manners in the competitive world of Hollywood