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Movie Review: Radley Metzger's Sexadelic "Camille 2000"

Follow the art house trail back fifty years and you might find yourself enjoying Russ Meyer’s “The Immoral Mr. Teas” at the Guild 45th or Brigitte Bardot in Vadim’s “And God Created Woman” at the Beaux Arts. 388 more words


By David Pountain

Dir. Federico Fellini

Tender, funny, mischievous and worrying, the notorious La Dolce Vita from esteemed director Federico Fellini broke box office records, won the Palme d’Or at Cannes and invented the word ‘paparazzi’ all while causing more controversy than almost any other film of its time. 704 more words


Review: La Dolce Vita (1960)

Director(s): Federico Fellini
Screenwriter(s): Federico Fellini, Ennio Flaiano, Tullio Pinelli, Brunello Rondi
Cast:  Marcello Mastroianni, Anouk Aimée, Anita Ekberg
Length: 174 minutes
Country: Italy/France

Tender, funny, mischievous and worrying, the notorious… 698 more words


Great Moments in Heteronormative Thinking

When I first heard Rough Trade’s “High School Confidential” I was immediately taken by its rawness and frank sexuality: it was rare to hear this kind of forthright discussion of desire on the radio stations available in Windsor, Ontario in the early 1980s. 476 more words

Pop Culture

Swedish Photographer Georg Oddner

Georg Mirskij Oddner (1923 – 2007) was one of Swedens greatest photographers from the 20th century.

Oddner was a jazz musician and studying advertising in the 1940s when he first came into contact with photography through John Melin, art director at Svenska Telegrambyrån in Malmö, the largest advertising agency in Scandinavia. 95 more words


Amazing Women Who Inspire Us ! Much ado about Anita Ekberg.

Only eight weeks ago, I was saddened to learn that Anita Ekberg had died at the age of 83. Long before I first really noticed Anita Ekberg through ‘adult eyes’, I saw her in Hollywood or Bust (1956) as a kid on my television screen. 634 more words