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Day 1 at #MIPS2014 summit in NYC at HBO (left to right) John Quinones, anchor / correspondent / TV host, Susan Schein, The Film Coach, Cynthia Lopez, NYC Film Commissioner, Anre Garrett, Co-founder Minority Independent Producers Summit org.
Jun 25

Day 1 at #MIPS2014 summit in NYC at HBO (left to right) John Quinones, anchor / correspondent / TV host, Susan Schein, The Film Coach, Cynthia Lopez, NYC Film Commissioner, Anre Garrett, Co-founder Minority Independent Producers Summit org.

Jun 18

faderstyle:

DIANA FUCKING ROSS, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN

howtobeafuckinglady:

Let’s talk about Diana Ross’s IMPACT 

britney2007spears:

Godzilla is about to read the whole city #forfilth!!
Jun 5

britney2007spears:

Godzilla is about to read the whole city #forfilth!!

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#NYWIFT is honoring women the brilliant costume designers, makeup artists and hairstylists who make movies and TV come alive! Get your tckts for NYC’s glamorous Designing Women event presented by New York Women in Film & Television.
Jun 5

#NYWIFT is honoring women the brilliant costume designers, makeup artists and hairstylists who make movies and TV come alive! Get your tckts for NYC’s glamorous Designing Women event presented by New York Women in Film & Television.

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madsmikkelsennews:

"Age of Uprising : The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas" Out in Select Theaters http://mads-mikkelsen.net/2014/05/30/age-of-uprising-the-legend-of-michael-kohlhaas-out-in-select-theaters/
Age of Uprising : The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas is now out in select theaters! If you don’t live in any of these cities or near them, the movie is also available on VOD. Check out Music Box Films official site for more infos. You can download the movie on iTunes or rent/buy it on Amazon Instant Video.

May 30, 2014 New York, at the Cinema Village Beverly Hills, at the Music Hall 3 Pasadena, at the Playhouse 7 Miami, at the Tower Theater Phoenix, at the FilmBar
June 06, 2014 Chicago, at the Music Box Theatre
June 20, 2014 Lake Worth, at the Lake Worth Playhouse
May 30

madsmikkelsennews:

"Age of Uprising : The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas" Out in Select Theaters http://mads-mikkelsen.net/2014/05/30/age-of-uprising-the-legend-of-michael-kohlhaas-out-in-select-theaters/

Age of Uprising : The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas is now out in select theaters! If you don’t live in any of these cities or near them, the movie is also available on VOD. Check out Music Box Films official site for more infos.
You can download the movie on iTunes or rent/buy it on Amazon Instant Video.

May 30, 2014
New York, at the Cinema Village
Beverly Hills, at the Music Hall 3
Pasadena, at the Playhouse 7
Miami, at the Tower Theater
Phoenix, at the FilmBar

June 06, 2014
Chicago, at the Music Box Theatre

June 20, 2014
Lake Worth, at the Lake Worth Playhouse

Nominated for Palme d’Or award at 2013 Cannes, AGE OF UPRISING: THE LEGEND OF MICHAEL KOHLHAAS heads to NYC theaters and VOD May 30th
May 18

Nominated for Palme d’Or award at 2013 Cannes, AGE OF UPRISING: THE LEGEND OF MICHAEL KOHLHAAS heads to NYC theaters and VOD May 30th

May 18

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May 17

eros-turannos:

Details | Krikor Jabotian SS 2014

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May 17

67th Cannes Film Festival Opening Ceremony

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May 16

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May 16

buzzfeed:

Haunting, Inspiring Images From The 9/11 Museum

theavc:

This alternate ending to Tyrion Lannister’s rant is the only thing you need to see today.
May 15

theavc:

This alternate ending to Tyrion Lannister’s rant is the only thing you need to see today.

laughingsquid:

Reversible ‘Star Wars’ Chewbacca and Han Solo Hoodie
May 15

laughingsquid:

Reversible ‘Star Wars’ Chewbacca and Han Solo Hoodie

newsweek:

[Throwback thursday: our 2013 piece about Jill Abramson, who was deposed yesterday from her position as executive editor of the New York Times.]
April was an unusual, if not the cruelest, month for New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson, who in September will mark two years on the job.
On Monday afternoon, April 15, Abramson—who, at 59, is the first woman to serve as top editor in the Times’ 160-year history—had barely begun savoring the four Pulitzer Prizes that her staff had just won (this year’s biggest haul, by far, for any journalistic outlet) when the Boston Marathon bombings occurred.
Pulling an all-nighter at one point in the third-floor newsroom of the Times’ Renzo Piano–designed Manhattan skyscraper, she presided over a breathless week of “flooding the zone” (as one of her predecessors, Howell Raines, liked to say), while her reporters and editors managed to avoid the sort of embarrassing errors committed by the Associated Press, CNN, and even the Times Co.–owned Boston Globe. Then, the night of April 23, Politico—the Washington trade paper that aims to “drive the conversation”—published a story suggesting that Abramson’s young editorship was already a failure.
Quoting anonymous former and current Times employees, Politico claimed she was widely considered “stubborn,” “condescending,” “difficult to work with,” “unreasonable,” “impossible,” “disengaged,” and “uncaring”—“on the verge of losing the support of the newsroom.” One staffer confided to media reporter Dylan Byers: “The Times is leaderless right now … Jill is very, very unpopular.”
A petite woman who speaks in an exaggerated Upper West Side drawl that evokes The Nanny meets Harvard (where she was active in undergraduate journalism), Abramson was home alone in Tribeca the night the story broke. Her husband of 32 years, Henry Griggs, was out, as were their two adult children, when she read it online.
Good Jill, Bad Jill
May 15

newsweek:

[Throwback thursday: our 2013 piece about Jill Abramson, who was deposed yesterday from her position as executive editor of the New York Times.]

April was an unusual, if not the cruelest, month for New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson, who in September will mark two years on the job.

On Monday afternoon, April 15, Abramson—who, at 59, is the first woman to serve as top editor in the Times’ 160-year history—had barely begun savoring the four Pulitzer Prizes that her staff had just won (this year’s biggest haul, by far, for any journalistic outlet) when the Boston Marathon bombings occurred.

Pulling an all-nighter at one point in the third-floor newsroom of the Times’ Renzo Piano–designed Manhattan skyscraper, she presided over a breathless week of “flooding the zone” (as one of her predecessors, Howell Raines, liked to say), while her reporters and editors managed to avoid the sort of embarrassing errors committed by the Associated Press, CNN, and even the Times Co.–owned Boston Globe. Then, the night of April 23, Politico—the Washington trade paper that aims to “drive the conversation”—published a story suggesting that Abramson’s young editorship was already a failure.

Quoting anonymous former and current Times employees, Politico claimed she was widely considered “stubborn,” “condescending,” “difficult to work with,” “unreasonable,” “impossible,” “disengaged,” and “uncaring”—“on the verge of losing the support of the newsroom.” One staffer confided to media reporter Dylan Byers: “The Times is leaderless right now … Jill is very, very unpopular.”

A petite woman who speaks in an exaggerated Upper West Side drawl that evokes The Nanny meets Harvard (where she was active in undergraduate journalism), Abramson was home alone in Tribeca the night the story broke. Her husband of 32 years, Henry Griggs, was out, as were their two adult children, when she read it online.

Good Jill, Bad Jill

May 9

vintagegal:

1950s Prom and Party Dresses: Black and White

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