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LE LE – BREAKFAST
October 12, 2012, 3:05 pm
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Your breakfast B####! From Magnetron Music. Dixie Rose



JONATHAN GARDENHIRE

Jonathan’s film could be perceived as an exercise where the conscious and subconscious mind interact, in reverence to one another. They cannot exist without each other. But you must start from the end to work your way to the beginning. Dixie Rose



THERE ARE NO OTHERS, THERE IS ONLY US
May 29, 2011, 3:25 pm
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Nature is living art of religious meaning as it flows savagely, beautifully in perpetual nirvanic cycles. Nirvana=Oblivion=Nirvana. Born in London, filmmaker Marc Silver explores powerful visual metaphor illustrating the nature of collaboration and the power of crowds. Dixie Rose



MUGLER MENSWEAR F/W 2011

Dream team, wet dream with Lady Gaga, Nicola Formichetti, Mariano Vivanco, and Rick Genest aka (Zombie Boy). Dixie Rose

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GARETH PUGH PITTI 2011 – FILM BY RUTH HOGBEN

And the heavens opened up and God said, let there be a Gareth Pugh, Ruth Hogben, Mathew Stone and Natasha V collaboration to part the modern day red sea, of the perfect union of GRANDIOSE fashion, music and film. With a collection inspired by religious iconography and Florentine opulence, Gareth Pugh made his Italian fashion debut at Pitti Immagine #79, showcasing his clothes via a unique fashion film, created with Ruth Hogben.The music is by Mathew Stone with Sebastien Schlecht playing violins and the inspiration song is Ascension by Wojciech Kilar. This is a visual orgasm. Dixie Rose



BE LIKE WATER FOR ART
December 26, 2010, 6:54 pm
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ODE TO ALEJANDRO JORODOWSKY

Enter Mario Sorrenti’s ode to Chilean film maker, director, writer and composer, Alejandro Jorodowsky, in V67’s issue.  I am a devout fan of his  cult classic films El Topo, Santa Sangre, and Holy Mountain. The symbolism in his work is violent and surreal,  saturated with a hybrid fusion of ritual, mysticism and religious taboo. The imagery from El Topo has stayed with me since my childhood. Click on more. Dixie Rose Continue reading