Monthly Archives: November 2013

Trendy Pop: Isabella Blow is Brought Back to Life in Exhibition and Short Film

 

The late fashion icon Isabella Blow who spent her life immersed in the symbolism of style and was once the muse of fellow Brit Phillip Treacy, is getting the visual bio treatment courtesy of a short film by filmmaker Ruth Hogben. The vibrantly haunting piece pays homage to Blow in a way that recalls her gorgeously theatrical tendencies.

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Are Whites Partly the Reason Why Black Films are starting to flourish?

 

There is an interesting write up in The Hollywood Reporter that recognizes the success black films have been experiencing lately, and the observations are weighed heavily on their impressive box office numbers. The Best Man Holiday, is the latest film to reemphasize this trend, thanks to a solid opening this past week, and the numbers are only getting higher.

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