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Artículo por Lorenzo Ciotti del 24 mayo 2017 Why terror will not stop us from living our lives
Manchester's terrorist attack, last act of a blood stream that lasts two years, will not stop our desire of life. Terrorists attacked those who could not defend themselves, who was spending an evening in fun, music and joy. After the condolances, what we want to say is: No! Terror will not stop our desire to have fun, to live our lives. It will not bend us, it will not break us. It will...
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Artículo por Domenico Olivero del 16 febrero 2016 New film program at Hong Kong
Art Basel will present its ambitious Film program of over 70 films by and about artists, in Hong Kong. Alongside the selection of short films, the program will also include for the first time five feature-length films: the premiere of ‘Zeng Fanzhi: YOU Art Project’ (2014 – 2015), the Asian premiere of ‘The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg’ (2016), Taka...
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Artículo por Lorenzo Ciotti del 21 septiembre 2015 Marvel's Ant-Man Review
Phase two dedicated to Marvel heroes, closed with one of the most unlikely marvel-man of comics: Ant-Man, a superhero able to shrink and to communicate with ants! Played by Paul Rudd, and with the participation of Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilly (may be a bit better than in The Hobbit, but…), the movie tells the story of Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), a brilliant engineering graduate, ...
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Artículo por Luca Trovò del 13 abril 2015 Primordial sounds
Many are the critics against Björk’s exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. They differ on many levels, but they all agree on the fact that it is fascinating. The Icelandic artist’s talent is here shown as multifaceted as possible - she sings, dances, creates and takes an inward journey which catches our attention ever so smartly. The exhibition is scattered...
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Artículo por Domenico Olivero del 07 abril 2015 Projects 101: Rabih Mroué
The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1 announce the relaunch of the renowned Elaine Dannheisser Projects Series, beginning in April 2015. Initiated by MoMA in 1971 as a platform for new and experimental art, Projects will now take place at both MoMA and MoMA PS1, providing a wider forum for some of the most urgent international voices in contemporary art. Projects relaunches with Project...
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Artículo por Lorenzo Ciotti del 15 septiembre 2014 Stanley Kubrick
Perfectionism, creativity, and visual genius, can be cinematically speaking enclosed in two simple words: Stanley Kubrick. A snapshot of all these qualities is offered by the exhibition Stanley Kubrick: New Perspectives (August 8th- 27th September 2014), at the Work Gallery in London. The exhibition puts the focus on a few distinctive characteristics of the director, such as attention to de...
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Artículo por Oddblip del 11 febrero 2014 The Wolf of Wall Street
Article written by Robert Ben Parkinson WARNING: If you are offended by sex, drugs, money, the 1980's, 3 hour films or Americans I strongly suggest you avoid at all cost Martin Scorsese (director) and Leonardo DiCaprio’s latest big budget Hollywood film The Wolf of Wall Street. The Wolf of Wall Street follows the true life story of Jordan Belfort (played by Leonardo DiCaprio)...
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Artículo por Oddblip del 11 noviembre 2013 Gravity
As a Sci-Fi geek and a film buff it was inevitable that I would be eventually drawn, or some may even say fall towards a film with one of the fundamental immutable forces of nature in its title--Gravity.  Gravity stars Academy Award winners Sandra Bullock (“The Blind Side”) and George Clooney (“Syriana”) as astronauts who survive the mid-orbit destruction of a S...
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Artículo por Laura Mazzolini del 15 octubre 2013 'Milk' by the director Gus Van Sant
A very inspirational movie from an original screenplay by Dustin Lance Black about the gay community raised around Castro's theatre fighting for their rights in California in 70s. "Milk" tells the story of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man elected to public office in the United States in 1977 as one of a transformed life, a victory for individual freedom over state persecution...
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Artículo por Laura Mazzolini del 02 octubre 2013 Siberian Education
Educazione siberiana (Siberian Education), by the several-time awarded Italian director Gabriele Salvatores, is a shocking exposé of an extraordinary criminal underworld. Based on the same-named book by Nicolai Lilin, the story is set in the extreme north-east of Russia, in the small republic of Transnistria, where the Urka community lives. In River Low the inhabitants call themselves &l...
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