Maximalism

26 May 19
We need no swords

Symphonic hysteria baked into bite-sized cues.

26 May 19
Sketchy Edge

We had to come up with an idea for our final model during class. After a lot of ideation and group discussions, we finally narrowed down on a few ideas. We decided to make a dressing table using acrylic sheets to represent the fragility and innocent of during the era. We choose to design a dressing […]

26 May 19
Dr. Roy Schestowitz (罗伊)

#watchtroll posted "Legislative Recommendation for the SUCCESS Act: Recognize the Inventor" It's that nonsense which is promoting #patent maximalism under the guise (hijack of) "diversity" They call it "SUCCESS" 🙂

25 May 19
Murica Derp

Al Gore is infamously a colossal hypocrite, a self-serious climate scold who jets around the world from megamansion to luxury conference to megamansion. It’s a terrible fucking look, this limousine liberal intoning ominously about the looming catastrophe that we face if “we” don’t do something about “our” consumption, conveniently (not inconveniently) defined to exclude Al, […]

25 May 19
Nachrichten Welt

18.56 Uhr BST18:56 Preis der Jury Michael Moore moderiert dieses Event. Er probiert ein bisschen Französisch, bevor er auf – ja – Donald Trump zielt. Er ruft die Filmemacher dazu auf, sich zu erheben und "Kunst in dunklen Zeiten" zu schaffen, während er gleichzeitig Pablo Picasso zunickt. Und der Gewinner ist … Les Misérables und […]

25 May 19
Archy news nety

6.47pm BST18:47 Beecham plays a scientist who develops a happiness-inducing flower in Jessica Hausner's sci-fi, a film that has been a little frosty towards. Here’s Peter’s review if you missed it first time around: 6.46pm BST18:46 Best actress … is another surprise! British actor Emily Beecham for Little Joe. 6.45pm BST18:45 Wow, the press room, […]

25 May 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

Quentin Tarantino and Pedro Almodóvar are among those competing for the top prize as the film festival draws to a close. Follow all the action as it happens Cannes 2019: read Peter Bradshaw’s Palme predictions LIVE Updated Quentin Tarantino on the red carpet at the Cannes closing ceremony. Photograph: Jean-Paul Pélissier/Reuters Key events Show 12.44pm […]

25 May 19
Album Chats

On Igor, Tyler assembles a musical Frankenstein’s monster into a series of heartwrenching psych-soul ballads and avant-rap anthems.

24 May 19
Factotum of Arts

Part II of my community posts is about how you can foster your community with your own group activity, in this case a traveling quilt.  This past year, I had the amazing pleasure to work with Melanie, Valerie, Melissa, Jen, and Sarah in a traveling quilt group. I knew all these wonderful working mum’s before […]

24 May 19
IndieWire
Abdellatif Kechiche’s controversial “Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo” has given Cannes 2019 its biggest critical bomb. The movie debuted in competition May 23 and caused walkouts because of a nearly 15-minute oral sex scene that shocked audiences. Now “Mektoub” has launched on Rotten Tomatoes with a rare 0% score from eight critics. Rotten Tomatoes posts initial scores after five reviews have been submitted (one of which has to be from a top critic). IndieWire’s senior film critic David Ehrlich gave “Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo” a C- review out of Cannes, calling it a the equivalent of a “cinematic lap dance” and criticizing the director for aggressively fetishizing his female characters. The review called “Mektoub” a new rock bottom for Kechiche’s career. “Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo” is the sequel to Kechiche’s “Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno,” which premiered at the 2017 Venice Film Festival. Other negative reviews have been written by The Guardian’s Peter Bradshaw and Guy Lodge of Variety, who referred to the movie as “a dismaying creative dead end.” Kechiche came under fire at Cannes 2013 for his graphic sex scenes in “Blue Is the Warmest Color,” which took home the Palme d’Or, but he’s gotten even more backlash for his obsession with the female body in “Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo.” As The Guardian’s Robbie Cullen writes in his one star review, “Kechiche has always been an admirer of the female posterior, but here he shifts styles into what could be called gluteus maximalism, filling the screen with frantically gyrating hindquarters for literal hours on end.” Despite the critical dings, Kechiche remained optimistic about the movie during its Cannes press conference. The director said he was trying to do something different with the movie and was aware from the start “not everyone is open to that new experience.” “Not everyone shares the way I look at others,” the director said of the backlash. “Not everyone likes this or that kind of film for example so, no, it doesn’t bother me in the least. If what I see is what I want to see and if that doesn’t appeal to everyone, well, that is very fortunate, it would be a disaster if everyone watched a film in exactly the same way.” Kechiche added, “I’ve tried to show what really resonates within me to see bodies, tummies, the buttocks,” Keciche said. “What I have tried to do is to describe things through movement. I may appear facile. But they are quite magical. I wanted to film the magic of the body. It’s the metaphysical aspect of the body that I have portrayed.” “Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo” is currently seeking U.S. distribution.
24 May 19
collectoffers.com

With each new season, come new designing trends and fads to consider or re-consider for updating your home with confidence and ease. Whilst the home decor trends change and evolve every year, every season, there are some trends that are popular for years rather than just a season. As we know that in 2019, interior […]

24 May 19
Phi Quyền Chính - Anarchism: The Tao Of Anarchy
23 May 19
The American Interest

The Kremlin has given Volodymyr Zelensky a chilly reception, but the comedian-cum-President may have the last laugh.

23 May 19
The DINGY💎 DIAMOND


Tyler leans even further into psychedelic R&B and delivers an album whose execution can’t match its ambition.
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