The first trailer for the film “American Honey” directed by Andrea Arnold and starring Sasha Lane, Shia LaBeouf and Riley Keough, who won Jury prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
The story focuses on a teenage girl with nothing to lose who joins a traveling magazine sales crew, and gets caught up in a whirlwind of hard partying, law bending and young love as she criss-crosses the Midwest with a band of misfits.
Drawing its inspiration in the précollection autumn-winter Kenzo, the duo Partial Oliva has composed “Sun to Sun”, a version more eccentric and intensely of women of “Momotarō”, a tale of Folklore very popular in Japan. Of the city of Kamakura to Fujisawa passing by Tokyo, the film follows a young woman named Momoko as well as his band of Bikeuses.
Salvatore Ferragamo célébré la splendeur de Florence plus tôt en mai, où il a vécu pendant près de 90 ans, sa nouvelle exposition annuelle explorer la relation entre l’art et la mode, vu à travers le prisme de la véritable artisan.
Sur l’écran sont de grandes oeuvres allant du préraphaélites de design de mode contemporain via les futuristes, les Surréalistes, et de Warhol, ainsi que nouvelle Edition Limitée Salvatore Ferragamo sacs fabriqué à la main, créé pour l’exposition et la mise en miroir de ses thèmes de la mode, l’art et artisanales.-faire savoir.
Parmi la vitrine de Ferragamo’s’inspiration comprennent les oeuvres de Sonia Delaunay et de Kenneth Noland’s’abstraction circulaire, ainsi que des concepteurs contemporains comme Yohji Yamamoto, Issey Miyake, Yinka Shonibare, Martin Margiela, Helmut Lang et Gareth Pugh.
Sony Pictures studios spread today the first “teaser” “Trainspotting 2”, a story that address the life of the characters 20 years later and bring together the original cast, again under the direction of British Danny Boyle.
The advance of 45 seconds does not show images of the sequel, only project information such as the names involved and the start of filming which begins Monday.
C’est une nouvelle pépite sombre et angoissante que dévoile le réalisateur danois Nicolas Winding Refn: The Neon Demon narre l’histoire d’une jeune mannequin, incarnée par Elle Fanning, qui débarque à Los Angeles et connait rapidement le succès, ce qui suscite convoitises et admiration.
Le film sera sur nos écrans le 8 juin prochain ; on retrouve également Keanu Reeves, Christina Hendricks, Jena Malone et d’autres.
Woody Allen Throughout all these years has presented in Cannes nothing more and nothing less than fourteen films, the last one was ‘Irrational Man’ (2015), only a year ago.
In May, the New York meeting will return to the French cinephile par excellence to present his latest film, ‘Café Society’, selected as the opening film for the 69th edition of the event. It is the third time one of his films is chosen to begin the contest; in 2002 was ‘A Hollywood Ending’ (‘Hollywood Ending’) and in 2011 ‘Midnight in Paris’ (with which Allen managed to win the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay). It is the only director who has opened three times this festival, a milestone in his career.
While Warner celebrates the success of ‘Batman v Superman’, 20th Century Fox does the same with ‘Deadpool’: the Marvel comic book adaptation has become the highest grossing film for adults in history. The record was $ 742 million, raised in 2003 by ‘The Matrix Reloaded’, but after seven weeks on Billboard ‘Deadpool’ now totals 746 million.
Fox celebrate and already have launched a sequel, happy to rely on the draft after leaving Ryan Reynolds paused for years and cut the budget less than 60 million. But now needs to get cut and squeeze the character. It is rumored that they will try the format for adults in other projects subgenre, starting with ‘Wolverine’, the latest adventure of Hugh Jackman as Logan / Wolverine.
From 11 to May 22 celebrated the 69th Festival de Cannes Film With less than a month to know the titles that will be part of the prestigious programming, the festival organizers unveiled the poster for the edition of 2016.
A poster pays tribute to one of the great authors and living legend of French cinema: the great Jean-Luc Godard and his film ‘Le Mépris’ 1963.
Media as Deadline ensure that titles like ‘Juliet’ by Pedro Almodóvar, ‘The Neon Demon’ by Nicolas Winding Refn, ‘Juste la fin du monde’ Xavier Dolan, ‘Story of Your Life’ by Denis Villeneuve, ‘Elle’ Paul Verhoeven, ‘Family Photos’ Cristian Mungiu or ‘Café Society’ Woody Allen, among others. While for Screen Daily propose titles like ‘Paterson’ Jim Jarmusch, ‘The Beautiful Days of Aranjuez’ by Wim Wenders, ‘Neruda’ Pablo Larraín or ‘After the Storm’ Hirokazu Kore-eda, among many others.
It is a well known fact that Quentin Tarantino is a self-proclaimed cinephile. But the writer/director’s love for cinema is most obviously expressed through his own films. In addition to showing his characters spending a great deal of time discussing cinema, Tarantino’s films are jam-packed with homages and visual references to the movies that have intrigued him throughout his life.
Many filmmakers pay homage, but Tarantino takes things a step further by replicating exact moments from a variety of genres and smashing them together to create his own distinct vision. Just like ‘Kill Bill: Vol 2’ (2004) draws on ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’ (1966) and ‘Samurai Fiction’ (1998), Tarantino’s work often reflects Spaghetti Westerns and Japanese cinema–both new and old. His unique way of referencing other films allows him to bend genre boundaries and shatter the mold of what we expect to experience. While his methods are often criticized and he is accused of “ripping off” other filmmakers, it seems that Tarantino is simply writing love letters to the art he is ever so passionate about.