noiseymusic:

Watch Style Stage: Our New Documentary About Hair, Style, and Music

Here’s why we did it: Our friends at Garnier Fructis brought to our attention a basic fact: Hair has played a pretty major role in the expression of musical artists and the evolution of pop music since its inception. Think about it: Little Richard’s pompadour, Michael Jackson’s jheri curl, or whatever is happening on top of Diamond Rings. There are songs about hair, like Rush’s “I Think I’m Going Bald” or Zeppelin’s “The Girl I Love She Got Long Wavy Black Hair.” Once we started to see it, we couldn’t unsee it, and we started to realize that bands’ and fans’ hairstyles have pushed music and culture forward in a major way. We’re extremely excited to tell that story, and to shine light on the past and present of music, hair, and style. Also, for some reason, this story has really never been told, so we figured we should be the ones to tell it.

nice..

noiseymusic:

Watch Style Stage: Our New Documentary About Hair, Style, and Music

Here’s why we did it: Our friends at Garnier Fructis brought to our attention a basic fact: Hair has played a pretty major role in the expression of musical artists and the evolution of pop music since its inception. 

Think about it: Little Richard’s pompadour, Michael Jackson’s jheri curl, or whatever is happening on top of Diamond Rings. There are songs about hair, like Rush’s “I Think I’m Going Bald” or Zeppelin’s “The Girl I Love She Got Long Wavy Black Hair.” Once we started to see it, we couldn’t unsee it, and we started to realize that bands’ and fans’ hairstyles have pushed music and culture forward in a major way. We’re extremely excited to tell that story, and to shine light on the past and present of music, hair, and style. 

Also, for some reason, this story has really never been told, so we figured we should be the ones to tell it.

nice..

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The American Film Institute: AFI FEST presented by Audi Announces 2012 Festival Dates and Call For Entries


afi-afifest:

We are thrilled to aounce the dates of AFI FEST 2012 presented by Audi are set for November 1 - 8, and we are now open for submissions!

AFI FEST is the American Film Institute’s aual celebration of artistic excellence, and brings the audience and the entertainment community together to…

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wat are you watchinggg?

I was watching Bring It On: In it to win it … again. BECAUSE I LOVE THOSE FILMS OKAY

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How to Train your Dragon is my all time favorite movie


celestrialsquid:

I want my life to be just like it, that’s how in love with it I am

The 50 Best Movie Twists


normabates:

A pretty good list overall. (#12!) But you’re never going to get me to think The Village was good.

themofowhofoundthisplace:Stevee’s 20 Favourite films of 2011 - 20. The Skin I Live InDirected by: Pedro AlmodovarStarring: Antonio Banderas, Elena Anaya, Marisa Paredes“A little strange? Definitely. The Skin I Live In, Pedro Almodovar’s latest film, explores themes of loneliness, sexual identity, death, and possibly the most unique tale of revenge that I’ve ever seen. In other hands, this would have been the stuff that fits right into The Human Centipede’s generation of horror. Almodóvar creates his macabre, ominous tale with elegance, kitsch and malevolence. The Skin I Live In is almost in a breed of it’s own, playing out as a horror that dares you to get under your skin and make you question your own identity. Which is somewhat fuy to see these days when horrors are all about scaring you with more blood and guts than are probably possible to be inside one person.”

themofowhofoundthisplace:

Stevee’s 20 Favourite films of 2011 - 20. The Skin I Live In

Directed by: Pedro Almodovar

Starring: Antonio Banderas, Elena Anaya, Marisa Paredes

“A little strange? Definitely. The Skin I Live In, Pedro Almodovar’s latest film, explores themes of loneliness, sexual identity, death, and possibly the most unique tale of revenge that I’ve ever seen. In other hands, this would have been the stuff that fits right into The Human Centipede’s generation of horror. Almodóvar creates his macabre, ominous tale with elegance, kitsch and malevolence. The Skin I Live In is almost in a breed of it’s own, playing out as a horror that dares you to get under your skin and make you question your own identity. Which is somewhat fuy to see these days when horrors are all about scaring you with more blood and guts than are probably possible to be inside one person.”

brentblackburn:

THE PLEDGE - Trailer - HQ (by ryy79)

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