FESTIVAL DE CANNES ’14 vol. I

Shall we celebrate the opening of the 67th Cannes Film Festival with some fashion? (While trying to ignore the flop, what Variety calls, the graceless Monaco, what happened Dahan?)

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67th Festival de Cannes

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Cannes Film Festival released its jury today and its looking sweet and delicious.

Via their website: The New Zealand director, producer and screenwriter Jane Campion, winner of the Palme d’or for The Piano, will be the President of the Jury of the 67th Festival de Cannes.

Other members of the jury are: Carole BOUQUET (Actress – France), Sofia COPPOLA (Director, Screenwriter, Producer – United States), Leila HATAMI (Actress – Iran), JEON Do-yeon (Actress – South Korea), Willem DAFOE (Actor – United States), Gael GARCIA BERNAL (Actor, Director, Producer – Mexico), JIA Zhangke (Director, Screenwriter, Producer – China), Nicolas Winding REFN (Director, Screenwriter, Producer – Denmark).

Cannot wait for the films and the fashion to come!

Oscars 2014 Fashion

Oscars have been and gone. Leo, oh poor Leo… Let’s not talk about that. Overall though it was enjoyable, especially since all the films were so incredibly amazing!

Here are some of the best fashion moments to remember the Academy Awards by. I sneaked in couple of details from the Vanity Fair Oscar Party.

SAG AWARDS 2014 | FASHION

To note the awards season on NSNV I chose some of my ‘best dressed’ from the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

For the full list of winners and nomenees you know the drill: SAG

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The Truth

The Truth

 

Found this on Imaginary Foundation‘s site. Those people direct my attention into good places.

 

All the freaky people make the beauty of the world.

All the freaky people make the beauty of the world.

Belgian absurdity at it’s finest. This is what I found when I left a bar in my hometown. It was insanely cold but that didn’t seem to disturb this person.

K

Snowstorm Followed by Bluebird

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Welcome to our blog’s new layout. I hope you enjoy it. I surely do (no bragging). I just find a change for a new year quite acceptable.

Unfortunately yesterday’s snowstorm completely ruined my plans of attending Porter Robinson’s show at Kool Haus. Yet today, looking outside, there’s no trace of any clouds. Instead, the weather is perfect for snowboarding. TOO BAD that is not an option for me since I am not close to any slopes whatsoever. What a waste of snow! (Although, at least winter is here now.)

It’s past one o’clock and I am finding this battle with bed-gravity being particularly tough today! Yet, school-work awaits me and I should not complain since I get to write a so called ‘monster analysis’ that deals with horror films. Other things to look forward to contain Valentine’s Day, the fast approaching reading-week, Spring, an exchange year in the Netherlands… I have no idea why this is turning into a journal-entry when I barely manage to write 10 lines in my usual posts.

I must’ve felt like I need to explain the sudden change in the look, and I’m probably secretly procrastinating. I shall comfort myself with a hot-and-sour soup later.

Either way, I wish you an excellent year of the snake. Love, prosper, and smile.

ISABELL