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Smashbox: Face/Off ~ The Videos

RR Sideshow: Contributing WriterDaniel Rolnik

There were 26 finalists in the video portion of the Face Off competition at Smashbox Studios. And although all of their shorts, music videos, and animations were great, the judges still had to narrow it down to their top 3. Davis Factor [co-founder of Smashbox], Guy Oseary [Rock Paper Photo], Brian Bowen Smith [photographer], Rick Callahan, Steve Carr [director], Justin Tyler Close [The Lab Magazine], Dee Delara [Smashbox Studio], Greg Garry [Complex Magazine], Stephen Kamiguji [Genlux Magazine], Albert Kodagolian [Director], Rocky Morton [director], Mathias Vriens McGrath [photographer], Ettore Zuccarelli [EZ Productions], and Kimberly Brooks [painter] chose an eclectic ensemble of winners, which you can view below in addition to my favorite video, which unfortunately didn’t make the cut even though it has well over 125,000 hit on youtube – granted it does have the advantage of being a music video by the rad band LOW and features every girl’s celebrity crush John Stamos.

1st Place: “Tatiana Cotliar” by Boyce & Brown

2nd Place: “Feast of Fury” by Dugan O’Neil

3rd Place: “Kaleidescope” by Sue-Ling Braun


“Try To Sleep” music video directed by Travis Schneider [feat. John Stamos]

Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala: Rihanna

Ms. Robyn Rihanna Fenty made a blod statement with her butterfly wings black-tie suit at NYC’s Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute gala co-chaired by Justin Timberlake, Anna Wintour, Marc Jacobs and Kate Moss. The coveted annual fundraiser attracted Hilary Swank, Francisco Costa, Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen, Victoria Beckham, Rachel Weisz, Jessica Biel, Madonna, Heidi Klum, Guy Oseary, Jerry & Jessica Seinfeld, Tom Brady and Eva Mendes.

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Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute gala kicks off Costume Institute exhibition – which runs begins on Wednesday, May 5 and ends August 9 @ the Met.

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Madonna is repped by Bryan Lourd and Rick Hess @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA).
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Madonna @ Filth & Wisdom Premiere

Director Madonna and actor Eugene Hutz attend their Filth and Wisdom screening hosted by The Cinema Society and Dolce and Gabbana at Landmark Sunshine Theater in New York.

Filth & Wisdom hits theaters starting on October 17, and check IFC for the full theaterical release schedule.

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Eugene Hutz @ Filth & Wisdom Premiere

Eugene Hutz, Guy Oseary, Michelle Alves, David Blaine, Jeremy Piven, Ed Westwick, Joshua Jackson, Diane Kruger and Jason Pomeranc attend co-writer/director Madonna’s Filth and Wisdom Premiere hosted by Dolce & Gabbana and The Cinema Society at The Thompson Hotel in New York City.

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Synopsis: Andriy Krystiyan, or A K for short, has come to England from the Ukraine. A K is a philosopher (at least that’s what he claims to be), a poet, and an authority on all aspects of life. At the same time, he is following his grand plan to become an international star. Global stardom is how A K describes the goal that he and his band Gogol Bordello are pursuing with their particular brand of boisterous gypsy punk. For the time being, however, he makes ends meet by performing role play in women’s clothing for straight married men. A K shares a flat with two young women named Juliette and Holly.

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Juliette dreams of being a kind of Florence Nightingale of the developing world. She is currently working behind the counter at the local drug store run by Sardeep, the Indian chemist. Holly is a trained ballerina. Her big dream is to dance with the Royal Ballet. So far she hasn’t been able to earn a single penny with her dancing, and continues to ‘polish’ her skills as a pole dancer at Beechman’s Exotic Gentleman’s Club.

Eugene Hutz is repped by Cynthia Booth and Jason Priluck @ The Agency Group.

Madonna is repped by Bryan Lourd and Rick Hess @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA).

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Filth & Wisdom hits theaters starting on October 17, and check IFC for the full theaterical release schedule.

Madonna @ Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Justin Timberlake inducted Honoree Madonna into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the Induction Ceremony at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.


Liz Rosenberg, Guy Oseary, Michael J. Fox and Tom Hanks attend the ceremony. And Iggy Pop performed Madonna’s songs for the ceremony as well.

Madonna @ Guy Ritchie’s Revolver

Madonna, Guy Ritchie and Guy Oseary attend Revolver screening hosted by the Cinema Society and Piaget at the Tribeca Grand Screening Room in New York City.

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