Comunicati.net - Comunicati pubblicati - Cinema Comunicati.net - Comunicati pubblicati - Cinema Mon, 25 Sep 2017 06:29:57 +0200 Zend_Feed_Writer 1.11.10 (http://framework.zend.com) http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/1 Giorgio Armani on London fashion week: 'It's the only true city where you see the creative turmoil' Thu, 21 Sep 2017 04:23:38 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452921.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452921.html davisyellow davisyellow Giorgio Armani on London fashion week: 'It's the only true city where you see the creative turmoil'

As a designer, Giorgio Armani is best known for his understated aesthetic of fluid suits in shades of beige, but his presence at London fashion week over the past few days has been pretty attention-grabbing.

In the lead-up to his first Emporio Armani show in London for a decade, at a warehouse in the East End on Sunday, he has beamed his logo across County Hall. He has installed a retinue of a hundred or so global employees on a floor of his Mayfair headquarters. All of a sudden, all of the taxis and buses in W1 are covered in his branding.

London is important to Armani. “It is probably the only true city where you see the creative turmoil,” he says. “You can feel, you can sense it.

“Paris is very romantic, because the people who actually manage the city want it to stay the same. But London is truly modern.”

He came here in the 1970s, when he first set up his label. “Carnaby Street was a huge source of inspiration. Like everyone else, I found it to be a magical moment for the place and time. But then I distilled that and tried to adapt it following my own vision.”

The fashion industry, which is comfortable with hyperbole, describes Armani as the king, even the god, of style. He is certainly the living designer who – like Coco Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent before him – has most profoundly changed the way we all dress. Over 42 years his business has mushroomed into a sprawling empire with several different clothing lines as well as hotels, real estate, beauty, watches, chocolates, interiors and eyewear. According to Forbes, he is worth $8.6bn.

Meeting him is quite an experience. We are in a large room at Armani HQ, surrounded by rack upon rack of clothes and half a dozen trestle tables covered in hundreds of accessories and handbags. Armani is being photographed against the black velvet backdrop strictly stipulated by his team in advance. His suited advisers hover around the photographer, proffering advice about camera angles.

I am ushered over to shake his hand, which Armani keeps holding as he leaps up and guides me into a private sideroom. There he sits on a grey bucket chair, with one leg curled up on the seat. He is wearing a navy blue cashmere jumper, navy blue trousers and bright white trainers with little white trainer socks. The designer owes his age-defying bicep definition, he says, to an hour and a half in the gym every morning. “I am very careful with what I eat. That’s why restaurants are not too easy. Because I am very picky.”

This would be a cosy set-up, were it not for the three men in Armani suits who sit with us. One of them translates (Armani does not do interviews in English, although, after decades of dressing the likes of Richard Gere and Cate Blanchett, he must speak a bit of it). Another is Armani’s English PR. The third – the most sharply dressed of the three, with dark, Brylcreemed hair – I am never introduced to.

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Armani is enjoyably grumpy on a number of topics. He is a “simpatico” boss, but “when I do realise that things are not going as I planned, the people who work for me, they will know. It will be painful for them to realise.”

He loves London’s buzz and the history of the city, but not “the level of service, the attention to detail in places like restaurants, where the men are always just wearing a shirt.

“I would have expected more. Businessmen, just wearing a shirt in a restaurant? That’s not right.”

A lot of fashion now is novelty for novelty’s sake. “There are still some things I love to see young people wear. And others I profoundly detest. You need respect,” he says emphatically. “Even what you wear, presenting yourself in front of people, you should show respect through that.”“I think it’s right for them to try new things, to be daring, to experiment, because for those brands it would be very risky not to. The real challenge is to be a creative designer but still be true to your own style, without stealing ideas from your colleagues, your friends, people you meet.” Armani’s London extravaganza is part of a reorganisation of the company, which last year concentrated seven design lines into three after a 5% dip in revenue. The restructuring should, he says, “produce a lot more clarity in the eyes of the final consumer”. This relaunch includes the “reopening” of Emporio Armani’s flagship store on Bond Street. “As I bought the business back,” he says, “I had to rethink the whole way the country and the market was managed.”


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Giorgio Armani on London fashion week: 'It's the only true city where you see the creative turmoil' Thu, 21 Sep 2017 04:23:16 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452920.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452920.html davisyellow davisyellow Giorgio Armani on London fashion week: 'It's the only true city where you see the creative turmoil'

As a designer, Giorgio Armani is best known for his understated aesthetic of fluid suits in shades of beige, but his presence at London fashion week over the past few days has been pretty attention-grabbing.

In the lead-up to his first Emporio Armani show in London for a decade, at a warehouse in the East End on Sunday, he has beamed his logo across County Hall. He has installed a retinue of a hundred or so global employees on a floor of his Mayfair headquarters. All of a sudden, all of the taxis and buses in W1 are covered in his branding.

London is important to Armani. “It is probably the only true city where you see the creative turmoil,” he says. “You can feel, you can sense it.

“Paris is very romantic, because the people who actually manage the city want it to stay the same. But London is truly modern.”

He came here in the 1970s, when he first set up his label. “Carnaby Street was a huge source of inspiration. Like everyone else, I found it to be a magical moment for the place and time. But then I distilled that and tried to adapt it following my own vision.”

The fashion industry, which is comfortable with hyperbole, describes Armani as the king, even the god, of style. He is certainly the living designer who – like Coco Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent before him – has most profoundly changed the way we all dress. Over 42 years his business has mushroomed into a sprawling empire with several different clothing lines as well as hotels, real estate, beauty, watches, chocolates, interiors and eyewear. According to Forbes, he is worth $8.6bn.

Meeting him is quite an experience. We are in a large room at Armani HQ, surrounded by rack upon rack of clothes and half a dozen trestle tables covered in hundreds of accessories and handbags. Armani is being photographed against the black velvet backdrop strictly stipulated by his team in advance. His suited advisers hover around the photographer, proffering advice about camera angles.

I am ushered over to shake his hand, which Armani keeps holding as he leaps up and guides me into a private sideroom. There he sits on a grey bucket chair, with one leg curled up on the seat. He is wearing a navy blue cashmere jumper, navy blue trousers and bright white trainers with little white trainer socks. The designer owes his age-defying bicep definition, he says, to an hour and a half in the gym every morning. “I am very careful with what I eat. That’s why restaurants are not too easy. Because I am very picky.”

This would be a cosy set-up, were it not for the three men in Armani suits who sit with us. One of them translates (Armani does not do interviews in English, although, after decades of dressing the likes of Richard Gere and Cate Blanchett, he must speak a bit of it). Another is Armani’s English PR. The third – the most sharply dressed of the three, with dark, Brylcreemed hair – I am never introduced to.

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Armani is enjoyably grumpy on a number of topics. He is a “simpatico” boss, but “when I do realise that things are not going as I planned, the people who work for me, they will know. It will be painful for them to realise.”

He loves London’s buzz and the history of the city, but not “the level of service, the attention to detail in places like restaurants, where the men are always just wearing a shirt.

“I would have expected more. Businessmen, just wearing a shirt in a restaurant? That’s not right.”

A lot of fashion now is novelty for novelty’s sake. “There are still some things I love to see young people wear. And others I profoundly detest. You need respect,” he says emphatically. “Even what you wear, presenting yourself in front of people, you should show respect through that.”“I think it’s right for them to try new things, to be daring, to experiment, because for those brands it would be very risky not to. The real challenge is to be a creative designer but still be true to your own style, without stealing ideas from your colleagues, your friends, people you meet.” Armani’s London extravaganza is part of a reorganisation of the company, which last year concentrated seven design lines into three after a 5% dip in revenue. The restructuring should, he says, “produce a lot more clarity in the eyes of the final consumer”. This relaunch includes the “reopening” of Emporio Armani’s flagship store on Bond Street. “As I bought the business back,” he says, “I had to rethink the whole way the country and the market was managed.”


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“PREMIO NAZIONALE RAF VALLONE” TERZA EDIZIONE Wed, 20 Sep 2017 13:28:33 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452832.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452832.html Mind The Gap Communication Mind The Gap Communication Si è svolta con grande successo a Tropea la premiazione della terza Edizione del “Premio nazionale Raf Vallone” ideata dal direttore artistico Saverio Vallone e l’Associazione Tropeaeventi, in collaborazione con Francesca Piggianelli, con il sostegno del Comune di Tropea ed il patrocinio della Direzione Cinema. Il premio intitolato a Raf Vallone, Il grande attore, nativo proprio di Tropea, ci ha onorato con i suoi film che hanno fatto il giro del mondo, pluripremiato tra i più grandi artisti nazionali ed internazionali. In questa terza Edizione, presente a Tropea una Mostra fotografica permanente a lui dedicata con proiezioni di alcuni suoi film. Numerosi gli artisti e registi premiati nelle trascorse edizioni tra cui ne citiamo alcuni: Greta Scarano, Piergiorgio Bellocchio, Edoardo Siravo, Ricky Tognazzi, Marco Bonini, Alessia Barela, Carlotta Bolognini, Giorgio Amato, Michele Alhaique, Giorgio Amato, Paoli Vivaldi

 I premi e menzioni speciali della terza Edizione che si è svolta nella splendida cornice di Tropea Il 16 Settembre 2017, sono stati assegnati a diverse categorie artistiche cinematografiche, televisive, selezionate da una giuria istituzionale

          Migliore attrice cinema teatro tv  STEFANIA ROCCA

Miglior attore cinema teatro tv  ALESSIO BONI

Miglior fiction “DI PADRE IN FIGLIA”di RICCARDO MILANI

           Miglior film e miglior regista opera prima “MOGLIE E MARITO” di SIMONE GODANO

Miglior artista rivelazione 2017 VALERIO APREA

Miglior compositore STEFANO MAINETTI

Miglior cortometraggio “La ciambra”di SAVERIO CARACCIOLO

Miglior produzione e cortometraggio internazionale“LIKE A BUTTERFLY”di Eitan Pitiglani  prodotto dalla Falcon Film ed Enrico Mastracchi Manes Los Angeles

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Big Chompy Bird Hunting Guide and best place to buy/sell OSRS gold Tue, 19 Sep 2017 12:57:56 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452578.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452578.html rsgoldonline rsgoldonline Big-Chompy-Bird-Hunting

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Use 6 Ogre arrows on Rantz.
Ask Rantz all possible questions.
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Sartorial stunner! Sarah Ellen cuts a chic figure as she steps out on the streets of London during Fashion Week Tue, 19 Sep 2017 08:05:05 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452510.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452510.html charlotteone charlotteone Sartorial stunner! Sarah Ellen cuts a chic figure as she steps out on the streets of London during Fashion Week

She's the former Neighbours star who is forging a career in fashion after being named the face for Bonds' Autumn/Winter campaign.

And Sarah Ellen cut a stylish figure in a pair of high-waisted pants when she stepped out on the streets of London on Sunday.

In the city for London Fashion Week, Sarah looked every bit the sartorial stunner as she made her way to the Topshop show.

Sarah went braless for her outing, choosing to wear a fetching black collared blouse, unbuttoned to expose just a hint of decolletage.

The 19-year-old matched her top with a pair of high-waisted cream-coloured pants that were affixed to her svelte waist with a fabric belt.

With the cuffs of her pants rolled up, Sarah finished her ensemble with a pair of patent leather boots.

Wearing a subtle gold pendant around her neck, the brunette beauty also accessorised with a black leather Louis Vuitton bag with a chunky gold chain that she slung over her shoulder.

She also wore a light shade of pink lipstick and dusted the apples of her cheeks with blush to accentuate her prominent cheekbones.

Her brunette locks were styled in a bob that finished at her shoulders and framed her porcelain-like face perfectly.

Sarah shot to fame at age 14, when she uploaded a quirky video 'dancing her eyebrows' to a funky beat on YouTube.

The 30-second clip swiftly went viral and established the teenager as an Internet Queen.

She later went on to star as the offspring of Scott (Jason Donovan) and Charlene (Kylie Minogue) on Neighbours, and has also since secured modelling contracts with fashion chain Supré and Maybelline Australia.

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Bringing colour home: a fashion designer’s house Tue, 19 Sep 2017 04:34:27 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452499.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452499.html davisyellow davisyellow Bringing colour home: a fashion designer’s house

Holly Fulton once flew back from Majorca with Marlene Dietrich in her hand luggage. It was the only way of getting around Ryanair’s stringent baggage restrictions. Marlene – or, rather, a shelf painted with Marlene’s distinctive face and expressive hands – was an irresistible market find and Fulton, the Scottish-born, London-based fashion designer, was determined to get the piece home somehow. Her success in carrying Marlene back in one piece has given Fulton confidence that “anything is possible” when it comes to stowing holiday loot – though she now always pays for a check-in case for the inevitable haul of antiques, quilts and terriers made out of matchboxes.

Marlene hangs on the wall of the sitting room in her top-floor flat above a quiet square in east London. “I am quite a hoarder-slash-curator of stuff,” says Fulton. She relies on her partner James, an illustrator with tidy instincts, to curb some of her magpie instincts. Anything banished from the flat finds a home elsewhere.

Her hunting grounds are “anywhere and everywhere”: the antiques arcade in Islington, Indian stores on Brick Lane, Chiswick car-boot sale, the second-hand shops of Edinburgh where Fulton grew up before moving to London to study at the Royal College of Art.

Fulton’s hoarding is hereditary. She once told her mother that she’d always wanted a DNA model – the helix sort you find in school science labs. “Oh, we’ve got one of those,” her mother replied, and unearthed one from a cupboard. It now stands by the window in Fulton’s sitting room between two smaller sculptures: one of a melting ice-cream cone, the other of a glass of spilt milk and Oreo cookies. Ask where she found, say, a pair of obelisk candles, and the answer is invariably: “My mum.”

“Pure shots of colour” are Fulton’s passion. “What matters is to have things that inject you with a bit of enthusiasm and joie de vivre,” she says. A row of psychedelic, dizzyingly colourful prints by the pop artist Dave Roe hangs in the sitting room. “That’s like the inside of my head,” says Fulton. The Scottish artist Eduardo Paolozzi, known for his Tottenham Court Road tube station murals, is another colour hero.

This season, Fulton is launching her own homeware and lifestyle product range alongside her clothes designs, and she says these will be very much in the graphic, pop-art, Paolozzi line. She describes her inspiration for the coming season as: “Louche, decadent, Holly Fulton meets Biba meets Memphis.” Her own cushion designs are mixed and matched at home with swirling Pucci prints.

“I’m not a purist,” she says. Things don’t have to be in mint condition. I like the interplay of different cultures and eras.” A Japanese obi belt and an African batik are draped over a chair; a Scottish quilt covers the bed.

She is fond, too, of kitsch. A ceramic army of Homepride models guards one shelf in the kitchen. Scott’s Porage Oats tea towels and a Heinz beans tote bag hang from cupboard doors. Fulton also collects “roses and castles” barge-ware – the wooden spoons and enamel cups you’d find on an Edwardian canal boat – and Portmeirion chemist jars stamped with their curious contents: Dandelion Cocoa, Egyptian Salve, Otto of Roses Cold Cream.

She is drawn to folk art and craft. A collection of “sweetheart” pin-cushions lives above the bed, embroidered by wounded First World War soldiers while they convalesced. “I like the idea of these quite macho guys making these super sentimental things with their hands.”

The narrow hallway houses her collection of painted Clydesdale horses by folk artist William Robbie, active in the 1920s. She talks of her pride in being Scottish and the great graphic tradition of tartans, tweeds and Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Her home is a glorious Highland fling of inspirations from around the world. “All my favourite influences,” says Fulton, sitting on a Quaker Oats chair, “jammed into one place.”

Holly Fulton’s interiors collection launches today at London Fashion Week

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The Eyebrow Tattoo is Known as a Solution Sat, 16 Sep 2017 09:06:47 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452133.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452133.html aldisrou aldisrou Eyebrow tattoo is a very popular trick for generating the illusion of the full and also well-shaped brows. Lots of people are there who opt for a wonderfully shaped eye brow, which can be simply groomed and well-shaped to provide a gorgeous look. Others have the brows, which are absolutely thin, missing spots or just completely absent. For those people who are looking to have the fuller brow, you might require getting an eyebrow tattoo.

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What I wore this week: a double-breasted blazer Sat, 16 Sep 2017 04:39:46 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452117.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452117.html davisyellow davisyellow What I wore this week: a double-breasted blazer

Adouble-breasted blazer was the first thing I bought for this new season. Heretically, I don’t adhere to the industry edicts about snapping up coats at the end of July. My back-to-school moment happens at New York fashion week in early September, which is invariably roasting hot and yet wall-to-wall with women showing off their new outerwear. This season it was oversized teddy-bear, faux-fur coats in lipstick red. Which are divine, and I absolutely want one – but not yet. Some showgoers manage to pull them off – perhaps if you are truly, glacially ultra-cool you can lower your own body temperature – but for me they are out of the question until it’s actually cold enough. Being comfortable in your clothes is sometimes framed as the polar opposite of chic – the elasticated waistband, let-yourself-go look – but to me, it works the other way around. Great clothes are the ones that make your day feel easier and lighter, not the ones that are a burden.

Not that I am pretending to be immune to that late-August hunger for Something New. Far from it. This season, I absolutely had to have a double-breasted blazer the moment I got back from holiday. A lightweight jacket is the most direct way to ring seasonal changes, because it shapes the most visible part of your silhouette as well as fitting the climate. The jacket had to be a blazer, because I suspect that this autumn I am mostly going to be wearing longish, loose skirts and fluid trousers, and a blazer is the most elegant complement to that.But why double-breasted? Isn’t that a bit naff? Just a tiny bit… wrong? Yes. That’s exactly why I want one. I am militant about being physically comfortable, but open-minded about clothes that test the psychological comfort zone a little bit. Actually, more than open-minded. I am positively in favour of it. Clothes only count as fashion, as opposed to just clothes, when they do this. You have to be careful not to confuse clothes that are a healthy psychological challenge with those that are literally problematic. If you do, you end up with a cupboard full of shoes that made you feel amazing when you tried them on but which are too high to actually wear (take it from one who knows). A double-breasted blazer is just far enough from the comfort zone to feel like fashion. But not enough to bring you out in a sweat.


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Incontro fotografico con Lucia Patalano Fri, 15 Sep 2017 17:28:04 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452048.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452048.html Scuola di Cinema Pigrecoemme Scuola di Cinema Pigrecoemme
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Incontro fotografico con Lucia Patalano

Sabato 30 settembre 2017 alle 16:00 presso la Scuola di Cinema e Fotografia Pigrecoemme di Napoli Luca Sorbo, docente all’Accademia di Belle Arti di Napoli e responsabile dei corsi di Fotografia della Pigrecoemme, incontrerà Lucia Patalano, una delle principali esponenti della fotografia napoletana.
Sarà un’occasione importante per ripercorrere la vicenda artistica dell’autrice e cercare di tracciare alcune coordinate della storia della fotografia a Napoli dagli anni ’80.

Lucia Patalano

Lucia Patalano è nata a Napoli dove vive e lavora. Incontra la fotografia alla fine degli anni settanta e fonda insieme a Gianni Rollin e a un gruppo di fotografi napoletani l’associazione Ricerca Aperta, punto di riferimento  per la diffusione della cultura fotografica a Napoli.
Comincia a sperimentare in camera oscura per l’associazione e successivamente si avvia al reportage e alla fotografia sociale. Un progetto la impegna per tutti gli anni ottanta: fotografa il quartiere Sanità puntando l’obiettivo su vicoli, case e persone, su interni ed esterni, sulla vita dalla nascita alla morte fino alla mostra “Mater Dei”. Dalla fine degli anni novanta fino al 2007 partecipa alle attività de “I lunedì della Fotografia” assieme a Vera Maone, Antonio Biasiucci, Fabio Donato, Mimmo Jodice e Cecilia Battimelli, per la costituzione di un centro della fotografia a Napoli.  Si allontana dal repertorio socio-antropologico e nascono “Vite Concluse”, un lavoro durato circa tre anni all’interno del Carcere Borbonico di Procida, e “Quinta di Luna”, un racconto sulla pesca di notte al largo del golfo di Napoli.
Da sempre si è dedicata alla dimensione della festa.

Ha esposto in numerose mostre sia in Italia, sia all’estero; le più recenti al Pan, al Mav, al Madre e S. Pietroburgo.

Ha pubblicato diversi volumi ed è citata in alcuni testi ed enciclopedie sulla storia della fotografia.

Come partecipare all’incontro

L’incontro, fino a esaurimento posti, è a ingresso gratuito e sarà presentato da Luca Sorbo. 
Prenotazioni e informazioni al numero 081 5635188.

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Cosa dicono di noi i nostri ex allievi

Siamo soliti, su questo blog, parlare delle nostre attività con una corretta dose di entusiasmo, ma con la modestia che è giusto che una “azienda” adoperi quando si riferisce pubblicamente a se stessa. In genere usiamo il blog per pubblicizzare i nostri corsi, per proporre riflessioni sul cinema (con le nostre playlist) o per spiegare in cosa consiste il nostro lavoro (come quando abbiamo provato a spiegare perché, secondo noi, conviene frequentare una scuola di cinema). 

Questa volta invece �“ grazie alle recensioni che sulla Pigrecoemme hanno scritto su Facebook �“ lasciamo che a parlare della nostra scuola di cinema e fotografia siano i nostri ex allievi, dei quali postiamo,qui di seguito, i pensieri pubblicamente e spontaneamente espressi online.

E questa volta, con un po’ di fierezza in più, possiamo mettere da parte la modestia e dichiarare pubblicamente che siamo orgogliosi di quello che siamo riusciti a fare in questi 18 anni!

 

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Comunicato stampa: evento Gianluigi Rondi alla Casa del Cinema Fri, 15 Sep 2017 16:57:20 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452028.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/452028.html Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia


A un anno esatto dalla scomparsa, la Cineteca Nazionale ha organizzato un ricordo del grande decano della critica cinematografica italiano, Gian Luigi Rondi, nato a Tirano il 10 dicembre 1921 e morto a Roma il 22 settembre 2016. L’evento sarà l’occasione per presentare il secondo volume di Tutto il cinema in 100 (e più) lettere (Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia-Edizioni Sabinae, 2017), dedicato stavolta alle missive di grandi personalità cinematografiche straniere (il primo volume con lo stesso titolo, dedicato alle lettere di cineasti italiani, è stato pubblicato dagli stessi editori nel 2015). Rondi, che Vittorio Taviani ha spiritosamente definito «l’uomo dalla sciarpa bianca tre volte più grande di quello che serve», ha intrattenuto per decenni un fitto carteggio con tutti i più grandi cineasti del mondo in tutte le sue vesti di critico, organizzatore culturale, uomo politico e direttore di festival, le ha sempre conservate con grande cura. Come ha scritto giustamente l’ex direttore del festival di Cannes Gilles Jacob nella prefazione al volume, «durante i cinquanta anni del suo pontificato Rondi ha avuto la fortuna di esercitare quando l’Italia disponeva di quindici geni cinematografici nello stesso momento». Questa ricchezza dava ai dirigenti dei festival, ai critici e agli storici del tempo �“ e a lui per primo �“ la possibilità di discutere con i registi di altri paesi, criticarli, consigliarli, scoprirli.

«Egli �“ prosegue Jacob �“ non abusò mai di questa superiorità morale implicita. Il suo fiuto nel saper riconoscere il valore dell’espressività dava agli sconosciuti artisti la possibilità di risalire la china della notorietà. Non era certo il suo caso poiché egli alloggiava alla sommità, sull’Olimpo...».

In occasione dell’anniversario, e della pubblicazione del secondo volume dell’epistolario, si è voluto riproporre il toccante documentario di Giorgio Treves, Gian Luigi Rondi. Vita, cinema e passione (2014). Il film di Treves è il risultato di oltre 10 giorni di confessioni, ricordi e rivelazioni del critico. Attraverso i suoi racconti, con il contributo di testimoni come Carlo Lizzani, Ettore Scola, Francesco Rosi, Paolo e Vittorio Taviani, Pupi Avati, Gina Lollobrigida, Margarethe von Trotta, Adriano Ossicini, il citato Gilles Jacob e altri, e grazie a rari materiali d’archivio, si ripercorre la storia del cinema italiano e dell’Italia del Novecento. I suoi ricordi accompagnano in prima persona gli eventi che hanno segnato il nostro Paese: dal primo dopoguerra al fascismo, dalla seconda guerra mondiale alla ricostruzione, dal boom economico alla contestazione degli anni ‘70 fino ai giorni nostri. A 92 anni Rondi si sveglia presto nella sua casa dei Parioli e comincia la giornata facendo il giro del suo grande appartamento per caricare i meccanismi delle decine di orologi a pendolo della sua collezione. Vede quotidianamente film e realizza, con l’inseparabile macchina da scrivere (regalo di laurea dei genitori), libri, saggi e critiche, e si reca ogni giorno alla sede dell’Accademia Italiana del Cinema per svolgere la sua attività di Presidente. Il film ripercorre anche i primi impegni extra-giornalistici di Rondi: il coinvolgimento accanto al sottosegretario Giulio Andreotti nel rilancio del cinema italiano, scioperi, manifestazioni e mobilitazioni, come quella storica a Piazza del Popolo cui aderirono i più popolari artisti del tempo.

 

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Is Rhinoplasty Worth It? Fri, 15 Sep 2017 10:32:26 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451870.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451870.html aldisrou aldisrou When you opt for rhinoplasty in Korea, you will be making a huge decision for shaping your nose. This procedure can make your nose small or large, change your nose angle about the upper lip, correct indentations, bumps, or alter the tip of your nose. During this procedure, the surgeon makes notches to access the cartilage and bones that support the nose. These incisions are made inside the nose to become invisible after the surgery. According to the desired results, some cartilage and bone may be removed, or the tissue may be added.

After the surgeon reshapes or rearranges the cartilage and the bones, the tissue and skin are re-draped on the nose structure. A splint is then on the outside of the nose to give it support as it heals. Rhinoplasty in Korea may be done using local or general anesthesia. The procedure is usually outpatient but may at times require a one-night stay at the hospital. The surgeons that carry out this surgery have training in either otolaryngology or plastic surgery.

What happens during rhinoplasty?

In many nose surgeries, the surgeon will use general anesthesia because it allows for the protection of the airway during the whole procedure. However, some surgeons may use local anesthesia for this operation, just to numb the area undergoing the operation. During this procedure, the surgeon makes incisions that give access to the cartilage and the bones. Depending on your necessities, the surgeon may add a graft of the cartilage to remodel the tip, and then use fat or filler to add volume. The doctor may opt for a silicone implant, but it increases the risk of getting infections.

What can rhinoplasty treat?

If you desire to have a symmetrical nose, you need to remember that everybody’s face is kind of asymmetrical to some extent. The results might not be symmetric, but the goal is to create a correct proportion and facial balance. This procedure can heal defects like nasal asymmetry, nostrils that are upturned, large, or wide, bulbous or enlarged nasal tip that is also hooked, upturned and drooping, and nose profile that has visible depressions or humps on the bridge.

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How to Select The Payroll Processing Company? Fri, 15 Sep 2017 10:13:54 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451864.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451864.html aldisrou aldisrou  

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Timely and reliable delivery of payroll helps the companies to focus more on the development of other departments like investigation and expansion of the product and marketing. In recent times, the payroll processing software is the absolutely great option for keeping an account.

Financial Protection – First of all ask your payroll firm to deliver proof that they are attached and insured. You desire to know if the payroll company makes a great mistake, which they responsible for just fixing their mistakes.

Disaster Recovery and Backup Strategy – You also should ask your payroll firm what their backup plan is if there was any type of disaster. Where is your data and information backed up and stored? How rapidly can they be up and then running again if there was a disaster?

Customer service – The person who actually handles the payroll is more significant than the person selling it to you. You also must ask to speak along with the expert that you will be working with to see how actually you like them and then find out their level of knowledge in the industry.

Pricing- Most of the payroll companies bundle all of their facilities and amenities to provide you a per pay period fee that is based on the number of employees that you have and your frequency of pay. When you are actually dealing with any payroll services California, you must ensure the fact that they deal with proper budgets. Since the payment industry has just gotten very competitive then make sure you ask your sales person if there is any discount applied, and when it runs out.

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Cocomelody le muestra paisaje trasero distintivo de los vestidos de novia Fri, 15 Sep 2017 03:54:04 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451844.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451844.html andrea andrea Cuando buscamos vestidos de novia, mucha atención se centrará en su magnífico frente. En realidad, hay algo más atractivo en la parte posterior. Y durante su ceremonia de boda, sus invitados sólo pueden ver la parte posterior de su vestido, así que ¿por qué no elegir un único diseño trasero para capturar sus ojos y darles algo de susurros?
Para mostrar su personalidad, también puede considerar los vestidos de novia con espalda sexy profunda, elegante ver a través de espaldas o incluso espaldas que tienen aplicaciones delicadas o brillantes rebordear, vestidos de ceremonia.
Un fondo profundo hermoso y atractivo absolutamente hará una declaración en su día grande. Seguramente, usted puede elegir un vestido de novia con una espalda entrecruzada también. Estas espaldas bajas son equilibradas por escotes modestos, que le permiten mantener un aspecto nupcial delicado y elegante.
 
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Si su madre piensa que este tipo de diseño es demasiado revelador, pero todavía le gustaría impresionar a sus invitados, también podría elegir un vestido de novia con un ojo de cerradura o la ilusión de nuevo, como estos dos vestidos de Cocomelody. Un pequeño diseño especial del ojo de la cerradura parece muy de moda mientras que una ilusión detrás crea una sensación nebulosa. Y la decoración bowknot añade un toque de encanto.
También puede probar los vestidos de novia con sofisticadas espaldas decoradas con apliques o cuentas brillantes. Los appliques florales del cordón destacarán su belleza de la vendimia. Las cuentas o los cristales chispeantes le hacen más encantador.
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Things to Consider Before Getting Services of a Plastic Surgery Clinic Korea Thu, 14 Sep 2017 12:18:55 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451749.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451749.html aldisrou aldisrou Things to Consider Before Getting Services of a Plastic Surgery Clinic Korea

“The first thing to remember is that you are the only person who understands what is too much and what is necessary for you,” said the CEO. You know if you need a brow lift or eyebrow waxing. He continued to say that doctors that make a living from the vanity of people will take your money and will not ask a lot of questions about the aesthetic choices you have.

“You cannot purchase good judgment with any amount of money,” he continued. As you can see, the whole magazine's industry is devoted to stoking surgery mishaps of celebrities. Surgeons at a plastic surgery clinic Korea do not see themselves in the mirror, and they advise that you need to trust yourself or an individual around you to tell you if the procedure is enough. You need an individual that will tell you that the face you have achieved is your best.

Expectations

The CEO continued to say that you need realistic expectations when opting for this procedure. The facial proportions and options of one individual may not fit on your face. Working off your face is perfect before people until they look at your hands and neck, only to realize that the curtains and carpet do not match. “You need to have a proportion and harmony sense when undertaking this procedure,” he said.

Research your surgeon

You need to take a good look at whoever is performing the surgery at the plastic surgery clinic Korea. You can come across a doctor that does not frown or smile at all. With the surgeons, if their looks are terrible, the chances are that they will end up doing the same for you. The best way of choosing a doctor is by looking for the trainer of the doctors.

Remember the pain

Do not underestimate the pain you will feel when at the clinic. A nose job will leave you in pain for three days. The pain will be similar to being punched between the eyes repeatedly. What makes the procedure not sympathetic is that you decided to undergo the pain by yourself. Some surgeons will tell you that you need to prepare yourself for the scratches, pain, and bruises entailed in the whole process.

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Whenever you are looking for the best accommodation for your child then you must look for the things that have been provided in this article. If you log in to the link, jesmondstudentaccommodation.com then you will get to know that there are many things that you must look for before having the accommodation.

According to this link the student’s accommodation must have been a minute’s walk from the academic instituition. If you have gone through this link then you will find that the accommodation provided here has been located in such a place that it is just a minute’s walk from the academic instituition.

Also the houses provided in this link provides of room temperature controller so that the student’s do not have to suffer from the excess humid and cold. The rooms there are also provided either by sharing or by single. Whatever you want to take is totally depend on you.

Also in these accommodations you will get all the basic and necessary facilities that have been your requirement. These rooms are all the separated for the student’s so that they can have their study in one room and other things in the other rooms.

Another most important thing that you will find in the house that has been provided in this link is that these houses are all booked through online. Get in detailing of the house from the link and then decide which type of house is your requirement. Here you will get different types of Jesmond student houses and then decide the price.

This whole thing you can do in the web as the people who have been providing the accommodations wants to have the thing done right at the moment. This is why the house provided there for accommodation has been the best till date. All you have to do right now is to go to the link and have the things done. Opportunity is really hard to get. This is the best opportunity you will get here. Try to make the full use of it.

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Behati Prinsloo may not be walking in the 2017 Victoria’s Secret show Thu, 14 Sep 2017 07:42:42 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451680.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451680.html charlotteone charlotteone Behati Prinsloo may not be walking in the 2017 Victoria’s Secret show

Behati Prinsloo, 28, has announced over Instagram she and husband, Adam Levine, 38, are expecting their second child together.

Posting a picture of her growing bump and the caption “round 2”, Prinsloo has confirmed that her daughter, Dusty Rose Levine, who turns one on September 21, will be getting a sibling very soon.

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Alberto Nacci alla Triennale di Milano Tue, 12 Sep 2017 16:09:22 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451278.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451278.html AJP art joins people AJP art joins people 27 Settembre 2017, ore 21

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Trento Longaretti   IL CONCERTO

un film di Alberto Nacci

 


Un omaggio a Trento Longaretti in occasione del 101° anniversario della nascita

 

con la partecipazione di Carlo Pirovano e Alberto Nacci

 

IL CORRIERE DELLA SERA

Sessanta minuti di puro lirismo, metafisici, intensissimi.

L'ECO DI BERGAMO

un film di volti, di immagini e di parole, di quadri e di arte, di uomini e donne che si confrontano, in fondo, con la vita, con il vivere, con il lavoro, lo studio, la passione, l’amore.

Scritto e diretto da

Alberto Nacci

con la partecipazione di Mariella Bettineschi, Giovanni Bonelli, Nicola Capogrosso, GianMaria Labaa, Serena Longaretti, Trento Longaretti, Carlo Pirovano, Giovanni Valagussa

 

musiche di John Cage, Otto Sieben

durata 58'

Prima della visione del film saranno proiettate le foto di backstage di Vincenzo Magni scattate durante le riprese.

 

Girato da Novembre 2015 a Maggio 2016 presso lo studio di Trento Longaretti, la Pinacoteca Carrara di Bergamo e ajpstudios. Editing e montaggio a cura di Alberto Nacci.

é una produzione ajpstudios (suoni&visioni)

SINOSSI

Il 27 Settembre 2016 l'artista Trento Longaretti compiva 100 anni, un testimone privilegiato di un secolo di arte in Italia. In questo docufilm Longaretti immagina di organizzare un grande concerto per i suoi 100 anni e invita alcune fra le persone che considera significative per il suo percorso artistico: Nicola Capogrosso (funo fra i maggiori collezionisti delle sue opere), Giovanni Bonelli (il suo più affezionato gallerista), Giovanni Valagussa (Conservatore della Pinacoteca Carrara di Bergamo, Carlo Pirovano (storico dell'arte e Direttore dell'Associazione Longaretti) fino a coinvolgere due ex-allievi: l'artista Mariella Bettineschi e l'architetto GianMaria Labaa.A ciascuna di queste persone Longaretti rivolge delle domande su diversi temi nel mondo dell'arte e ciascuno risponde ponendo l'accento sul linguaggio artistico di Longaretti ma soprattutto su argomenti pertinenti alla loro attività professionale. Si parla quindi di arte antica, arte moderna e contemporanea ma anche di collezionismo nell'arte e di “mercato dell'arte”. Longaretti diventa così un eccezionale medium attraverso il quale lo spettatore potrà avere un ampio panorama sul mondo dell'arte, proposto con competenza da validi esperti. Il finale (a sorpresa) offre allo spettatore la possibilità di entrare in contatto con un uomo che guarda al futuro con la capacità di sorridere (di sé e degli altri) con uno sguardo agile come la sua mano, ancora perfettamente in grado di disegnare e dipingere... a 100 anni!

 

Note di regìa

Trento Longaretti ci ha lasciato il 7 Giugno 2017. Questo film é stato pensato nella primavera del 2014 quando lo incontrai per parlargli dell'ipotesi di realizzare un film sull'arte. Lui accolse con entusiasmo questa idea e da allora ci incontrammo diverse volte prima di girarlo. La mia proposta era di realizzare un film “con” e non “su“ Trento Longaretti e lui si mise in gioco con entusiasmo e determinazione. Il film é l'esito di un lungo lavoro di preparazione in cui concordammo i “personaggi” da coinvolgere, i tempi e le modalità di ripresa. E' stato professionale anche come attore in tutte le fasi di produzione e in particolare quando gli chiesi di seguire la sceneggiatura anche nella scena finale del film.La sua disponibilità (mista a preoccupazione per l'impegno richiesto) mi ha permesso di realizzare un docufilm “sincero” in cui si affrontano importanti temi sull'arte antica, moderna e contemporanea anche grazie al prezioso contributo degli altri “attori” di questo film in cui ciascuno ha interpretato sé stesso in modo “autentico e sincero”.

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Venice Film Festival 2017: When fashion designers turn to film Tue, 12 Sep 2017 07:51:57 +0200 http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451095.html http://content.comunicati.net/comunicati/arte/cinema/451095.html charlotteone charlotteone Venice Film Festival 2017: When fashion designers turn to film

The fashion industry has often proven fertile ground for dramatic and comedic movies, from "Funny Face" and "Blow-Up" to "Zoolander" and "The Devil Wears Prada."

But while the worlds of film and fashion feel like natural bedfellows, crossing between them can be a high-stakes gamble.

This year's Venice Film Festival sees the latest attempt to do just that, with fashion designers Laura and Kate Mulleavy showing their directorial debut, "Woodshock." The film marks a first major creative shift for the sisters behind the high-fashion label Rodarte.

A trippy psychological noir, "Woodshock" looks very much the way their fashion design feels.

"Our jobs as (fashion) designers is to make people believe in an idea that they might not know already," said Laura while speaking over the phone from Venice. "For Rodarte, we've always cared about the juxtaposition of darkness and beauty. Hopefully an audience will get that from our film too."Some fashion designers' creations are so bound up with particular films, they feel almost like homages. It is virtually impossible, for instance, to imagine how Tom Ford would design clothes if he'd never been privy to the slick sex appeal of "American Gigolo."

And, in many ways, Ford is the Mulleavy sisters' most obvious forebear. He has set a bold precedent. The former Gucci and YSL designer's debut was based on Christopher Isherwood's 1964 novel, "A Single Man."

In his follow-up movie, "Nocturnal Animals," Ford crystalized a new aesthetic -- high-gloss intensity set against a violent and unsettling storyline.

"Woodshock" is a cerebral proposition, starring "Game of Thrones" actor Pilou Asbæk and longtime Rodarte collaborator Kristen Dunst.

In fashion, as in film, Laura and Kate are a complicated -- and often acquired -- taste. But, if bought into, they leave a lasting impression.

"The film artistically represents what we wanted to make," says Laura. "For first-time film directors, that's a really big honor and achievement. It really represents us. That belief in our vision is something that I really carried forward (from my time) working as a CEO and creative director."

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