Gear up to see the film adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert’s book, “Eat, Pray, Love“, by checking out the corresponding shop at Cost Plus World Market. The “shop” has products grouped into three categories/countries corresponding to the three countries Gilbert traveled to: Italy, India and Indonesia. Most of the shop contains new/existing Cost Plus products just… Continue reading Eat, Prey, Love Shop at Cost Plus
MOSLEY TRIBES and THE SOCIAL TRUST traveled to Santa Fe, NM this past march to document and get in touch with the amazing landscape and seek out two world renown Native American artists to learn about their Art, philosophy and intrinsic connection to Santa Fe and what inspires them. They will be showcasing the film… Continue reading MOSLEY TRIBES: A Native Perspective
Rodarte to Create “Breathless”-Inspired T-Shirts for Film’s 50th Anniversary Aside from their delicate, beautiful clothes, Rodarte have found a new way to make everyone breathless. Through Jean-Luc Godard’s seminal French New Wave film “BREATHLESS,” that is. For the 50th anniversary re-release of the newly restored film by Rialto Pictures – it hits theaters in New… Continue reading Rodarte’s “Breathless” Shirts
We just read about Magnum in Motion on Flavorwire: Online video library Magnum in Motion highlights the best of Magnum Photo’s vast archive, organized thematically with audio and commentary from the auteurs themselves. Established in 1947 by heavyweights like Robert Capa and Henri-Cartier Bresson, the Magnum Photo collective is now embracing digital media by inviting… Continue reading Magnum in Motion
The 15th Anniversary Gen Art Film Festival kicks off in New York on Wednesday, April 7, 2010 with Josh Radnor’s film happythankyoumoreplease. Get more info on the festival website.
In honor of Where the Wild Things Are, Christian Joy — most well-known as the designer behind the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Karen O’s crazy costumes — created five monster suits based off of the Wild Things and Max. All costumes will be on display and for sale in the Pop-Up Shop at Space 15 Twenty… Continue reading Where the Wild Things Are.
BANANA REPUBLIC and VANITY FAIR got involved with Film Independent to present Project:Involve City Stories. This year’s program fellows created 3-minute “City Stories” short films shot in the style of French New Wave with inspiration from the Banana Republic Fall 5. At the website, you may view the work of 40 independent filmmakers, cast your… Continue reading Project:Involve City Stories