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Moody Monday : Wes Anderson style

by kranARI

Wes Anderson has always been a huge stylistic and visual inspiration of mine so I wanted to share with you a short collection of his muses covering an array of his films : most recently we have (Kara Hayward) from Moonrise Kingdom, an older personal favourite is (Gwyneth Paltrow) in The Royal Tennenbaums,  (Olivia Williams) from Rushmore and of course (Cate Blanchett) from The life aquatic with Steve Zissou. Not yet released is (Saoirse Ronan) in The Grand Budapest Hotel


Kara Hayward, Lula Magazine by Martin SanMiguel

photo by Lula, Martin SanMiguel courtesy of Fashnberry


Gwyneth Paltrow


Photo by Cambridge Jones/ courtesy of Cabinet Secret

Photo by Cambridge Jones/ courtesy of Cabinet Secret


Cate Blanchett, Call Bird photoshoot 2011

photo by Cass Bird



photo by Bullet, courtesy of The Urban Diaries


Tilda-Swinton-photo shoot


Wicked Wednesday : The Ones to Watch

by kranARI

There are some fascinating movies out there at the moment. The following trailers are proof enough.

I am Love

i-am-love-poster, tilda swinton

For one, the movie has its key seller in the fact Tilda Swinton is in it. Also the minute you watch its trailer you feel that there is a definite driving force behind and at first glance the cinematography looks impressive. How many trailers have you actually seen with hardly ANY words that convey the fact that you MUST watch the movie. If anything, I am intrigued. Release date (US) : June 2010 (EU) : April 2010

The Kids are all right

the kids are all right poster, Julianne Moore

Releasing a  mainstream gay film at the moment is pretty groundbreaking. Actors Julianne Moore, Annette Bening and Mark Ruffalo look really promising as a group cast and more importantly, I am excited to see what kind of perspective this movie has to offer on the subject of gay committed relationships. Release date (US) : July 2010 (EU) : May 2010

Eat Pray Love

eat_pray_love_poster, Julia Roberts

A trailer that commences with a Florence and Machine song gets me straight away. You can just feel by watching it that the movie has something to offer people who are looking for transformation and self discovery. Even though I’ve heard that the book is way better, perhaps it’s one of those films you have to watch before you read the story. Release date (US) : August 2010 (UK) : September 2010

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