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Bowie: Truths Seem To Have Just Melted Away

Understanding Self-Hate by Julian Schnabel

I feel that reality has become an abstract for so many people over the last 20 years. Things that they regarded as truths seem to have just melted away, and it’s almost as if we’re thinking post-philosophically now. 66 more words

R.I.P Azzedine Alaïa

Image: Azzedine Alaïa by Julian Schnabel, Copyright 2017 JULIAN SCHNABEL All Rights Reserved designed by Julian Schnabel Studio

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007)

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
Dir. Julian Schnabel
Premiered at Cannes May 22, 2007

This movie is a nightmare. A good movie, but a nightmare nonetheless. 495 more words


October 25 & 26: Happy Birthday Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp

Our two headliners today were born one year and one day apart.  They are both known for their long association with the musical Rent.  Rapp, on the left in the above photo, was involved in the first New York Theatre Workshop productions in the role of Mark Cohen, while Pascal joined the cast as Roger Davis in the original Broadway production.  1,477 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Beyond Limits sculpture, Chatsworth House

The searing, abstract vision of the New World comes to Chatsworth this autumn as the Beyond Limits monumental sculpture exhibition stages a display of works from the foremost artists of post-war America. 175 more words

Visual Art

Basquiat (1996)

Genre: Drama / Artist’s Biopic

Walken in Short: In just a single scene near the end, Walken plays a man interviewing Basquiat for a documentary. Nothing amazing, but he does alright. 389 more words

Walken Film Reviews


written by: Pappi Corsicato
produced by: Pappi Corsicato, Valeria Golino, Viola Prestieri & Riccardo Scamarcio
directed by: Pappi Corsicato
rated: unrated
runtime: 84 min.
U.S. release date: April 28, 2017 (Tribeca Film Festival), May 5, 2017 (limited) & June 2-8, 2017 (Gene Siskel Film Center) 1,198 more words