Política y Cultura

BIZARRE – Directed by Étienne Faure #Berlinale

Bizarre-Poster-Berlinale-

Bizarre-Poster-Berlinale-

Invitacion

Invitacion

Bizarre

Bizarre

Bizarre: Stéphane Gizard, Raquel Nave, Étienne Faure, Adrian James, Pierre Prieur

Bizarre: Stéphane Gizard, Raquel Nave, Étienne Faure, Adrian James, Pierre Prieur

Bizarre

Bizarre

bizarre-movie

Bizarre (2014) – Trailer English

Publicado el 29 de ene. de 2015

Directed by : Étienne Faure
Produced by : Eivissa Production
Genre: Fiction – Runtime: 1 h 38 min
Production year: 2014

Maurice, un jeune Français cabossé par la vie, est un jour hébergé par deux filles assez délurées qui vivent au dessus du Bizarre, le club underground de New York. Dans cette nouvelle famille interlope dont il devient vite la mascotte, il va pour la première fois de sa vie ressentir affection et considération. Pourtant, les démons de Maurice rôdent, et ce monde de fête, d’extravagance et de légèreté ne peuvent lui faire oublier son passé…

More info: http://en.unifrance.org/movie/39518/b…

 

La opresión de la cultura #photography

Tota, tora work by Stephen Roissy
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Videos by Tora, tora, work
Filmmaker Stephen Roissy

 

THE VOLUPTUOUS HORROR OF KAREN BLACK ‘Bring Back The Night’ #HORROR

#HackedTheHell

Kembra Pfahler (center) and crew : Performance at "It's Not Only Rock'n'Roll Baby" exhibition at Bozar, Brussels, June 19, 2008.

Kembra Pfahler (center) and crew : Performance at “It’s Not Only Rock’n’Roll Baby” exhibition at Bozar, Brussels, June 19, 2008.

Kembra Pfahler (Born August 4, 1961 in Hermosa Beach, California[1]) is an American filmmaker associated with the Cinema of Transgression, a performance artist, rock musician and film actress.

She is best known as the lead singer of the cult glampunk band The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black,[2] (a shock rock group that blurs the line between life and art, pleasure and pain, and terror and beauty) and for the often nude and sexual nature of her art exhibits.

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Kembra Pfahler

Kembra Pfahler

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Actualizado el 9 de abr. de 2011
Director: Bijoux Altamirano,
music video for Kembra Pfahler/ The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black shot in Claude Monet’s Gardens in Giverny, France
(special thanks to EV Day & Fondation Claude Monet)

The Voluptuous Horror Of Karen Black – I Can’t See The Sun

The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black – I Believe in Halloween

@Carolina_Abril_ detrás de la cámara – Sesión de fotos con Stephen Roissy

 

Carolina Abril - Photo by Stephen Roissy

Carolina Abril – Photo by Stephen Roissy

Publicado el 22 de nov. de 2014

Model Carolina Abril, detrás de la cámara en una sesión de fotos. Fotógrafo Stephen Roissy para la web: http://shoppingwithapornstar.com/En el papel de “O” en Historia de “O”

 

The rise and fall of ziggy stardust

Ascenso y caída.

Ascenso y caída.

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (often shortened to Ziggy Stardust) is the fifth studio album by English musician David Bowie, which is loosely based on a story of a fictional rock star named Ziggy Stardust.[1] It peaked at No. 5 in the United Kingdom[2] and No. 75 in the United States on the Billboard Music Charts.[3]

The album tells the story of Bowie’s alter ego Ziggy Stardust, a rock star who acts as a messenger for extraterrestrial beings. Bowie created Ziggy Stardust while in New York Citypromoting Hunky Dory and performed as him on a tour of the United Kingdom, Japan and North America.[4] The album, and the character of Ziggy Stardust, was known for its glam rock influences and themes of sexual exploration and social commentary. These factors, coupled with the ambiguity surrounding Bowie’s sexuality and fuelled by a ground-breaking performance of “Starman” on Top of the Pops,[5] led to the album being met with controversy and since hailed as a seminal work.[6]

The concept album is about a bisexual alien rock superstar, and includes use of a series of atonal and rhythmically irregular tape effects. The concept album sheds a light on the artificiality of rock in general, including issues of politics, drug use, and sexual orientation.[7]

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars has been consistently considered one of the greatest albums of all time, with Rolling Stone magazine ranking it the 35th greatest ever.[8] It was ranked the 20th greatest album ever in a 1997 British survey, the 24th greatest of all time by Q magazine and one of the 100 greatest releases ever byTime magazine. A concert film of the same name, directed by D.A. Pennebaker, was released in 1973.

El ascenso y caída de Ziggy Stardust.

Publicado el 3 de may. de 2014

Temas (Tracks):
00:00 – Five Years
04:43 – Soul Love
08:17 – Moonage Daydream
12:54 – Starman
17:10 – It ain’t easy
20:10 – Lady Stardust
23:31 – Star
26:18 – Hang on to Yourself
28:57 – Ziggy Stardust
32:11 – Suffragette city
35:36 – Rock ‘n Roll Suicide

Other Albums:

* David Bowie – Never let me down https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQtZO…

 

Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (film)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
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Directed by D.A. Pennebaker
Produced by Tony Defries
Starring David Bowie
Mick Ronson
Trevor Bolder
Mick Woodmansey
Angela Bowie
Music by David Bowie
Cinematography Nick Doob
Randy Franken
Edited by Lorry Whitehead
Production
company
Bewlay Bros.
Mainman
Pennebaker Hegedus Films
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release dates
December 1973
Running time
90 minutes
Country UK

Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars is a 1973 documentary and concert movie by D.A. Pennebaker. It features David Bowie and his backing group The Spiders from Marsperforming at the Hammersmith Odeon, 3 July 1973. The DVD release was later retitled Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars: The Motion Picture.

David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars motion picture 1973

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