The director of The International and Run LoLa, Run ~ Tom Tykwer ~ serves up a new film ~ 3 ~ which tells the story of Hanna and Simon, a couple in their early forties, live together in Berlin. With their 20th anniversary looming, they both become restless despite being truly and deeply in love. Unbeknownst to one another, they separately become acquainted with Adam, a younger man, and fall in love with him. Enjoy 3 teaser trailer ~ Tom Tykwer’s 3 hits New York’s Angelika on Friday, September 16 and Los Angeles’ Laemmle’s Sunset 5 and Pasadena’s Playhouse 7 on Friday, September 16.
The Oscar winner Angelina Jolie makes her directorial debut with feature film ~ In the Land of Blood and Honey ~ and talks to Vanity Fair‘s Rich Cohen about the passion project. Enjoy some tidbits from the October 2011 issue ~
How directing ~ In the Land of Blood and Honey ~ will effect her ~ Brad thinks I’m going to be a nightmare [Jolie jokes]. I had such a good experience he thinks I’m going to be impatient with directors, which I already am. I get impatient with people working on a film that have their head in their hands like it’s the most complicated thing in the world.
On writing and directing ~ I’ve never felt more exposed. My whole career, I’ve hidden behind other people’s words. Now it’s me talking. You feel ridiculous when you get something wrong.
On how she came to write the script ~ I had the flu. I had to be quarantined from the children for two days. I was in the attic of a house in France. I was isolated, pacing. I don’t watch TV and I wasn’t reading anything. So I started writing. I went from the beginning to the end. I didn’t know any other way. She says she then let Brad take the script to read on a trip ~ He called and said, ‘You know, honey, it’s not that bad.
On Brad Pitt’s supportive role ~ He’d come in and say what he liked or what he didn’t understand. Like any woman, I would listen to most of it and fight a few things. He’s been so supportive. But it’s hard to separate the person that loves you from the critic, so I don’t think he’s a fair judge. But she goes on to say that ~ people will judge for themselves. I think if you make a good movie people walk away arguing.
The October 2011 Issue hits newsstands in New York and Los Angeles on Thursday, September 01, and drops everywhere else and iPads on Thursday, September 06.
Update: In The Land of Blood & Honey ~ 1st-Look Trailer
Our first solo show is coming up in three days. WE NEVER DIE! opens at Design Matters which is located at 10590.5 West Pico Boulevard ~ in Westwood on August 25 @ 7:00pm through 11:00pm. We delivered all the art to the gallery last weekend, and will be busy setting up over the next few days. We hope you can make it!
The CYRCLE store ~ click here ~ is online. We have been getting tons of requests for CYRCLE. stuff and decided to make a big push to have the store online before WE NEVER DIE!. We are offering limited tee-shirts and tanks right now, and over the next few weeks we will be uploading prints, belt buckles, and mucho mucho mas. ~ Doug
In the September 2011 Issue of Vanity Fair, Tom Munro photographs Andrea Riseborough as Wallis Simpson and James D’Arcy as King Edward VIII in Madonna’s period-piece W.E. The film hits theaters on Friday, December 9.
In W.E., the twice-divorced American Wallis Simpson and King Edward VII have a doomed romance, and contemporary New Yorker, Abbie Cornish’s Wally adores Oscar Isaac as Sotheby’s Security Guard Evgeni.
W.E. will premier out of competition at the 68th Venice International Film Festival.
An hour-long special made by Banksy charting the history of behaving badly in public, from anarchists and activists to attention seeking eccentrics. The contributors include Michael Fagan’s approach on breaking and entering the Queen of England’s bedroom ~ “I looked into her eyes, they were dark”, and Noel Godin ~ known for attacking celebrities with custard pies ~ “Instead of a bullet I give them a cake”.
Vimeo ~ French Kiss
Explaining his reasoning behind the show, Banksy said “Basically I just thought it was a good name for a TV programme and I’ve been working back from there”. Narrated by Kathy Burke and produced by Jamie D’cruz, The Antics Roadshow examines the stories behind some of the most audacious stunts of recent times and what motivates the perpetrators, from mindless boredom to heartfelt political beliefs. It includes a world exclusive first interview with the man responsible for putting the turf Mohican on Winston Churchill’s head. :: View Profile :: var bt_counter_type=1;var bt_project_id=19842;
Known Gallery is having a new exhibit ~ Perseverance ~ featuring artists Revok, Rime and Roid. Since Revok‘s release from 180-day jail sentence, Revok, Rime and Roid having been working on Perseverance at an undisclosed studio in Detroit [Michigan]. Perseverance will open on Saturday, August 20 with a reception from 8:00pm to 11:00pm.
Collectors and Buyers interested in Perseverance preview and price list, should contact gallerists @ 310-860-6263 and email@example.com.
Known Gallery is located at 441 North Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles [California ~ 90036]. Perseverance will remain on view until, Saturday, September 10
An exciting Los Angeles based pop-star ~ Lady Tragik ~ is on the rise. The multi-talented photographer, videographer, designer and pop-star debuts her latest music video ~ Dirty Bitch ~ featuring actress Sara Bettencourt of Showtime’s The Real L Word and Lil Debbie of White Girl Mob.
The Dirty Bitch track is available now on iTunes ~ which was released on Monday, August 1 ~ with over 20,000 hits.