Theatrical Release of Hurricane Sandy Benefit Concert, ’12-12-12′ for Victims.
Last night in Hollywood, on the Sunset Strip at The Writer’s Guild Theater, I had the good fortune of screening Harvey Weinteins’ heartfelt effort for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. The documentary titled 12-12-12. The film was a true labor of love organized by dozens of Mr. Weinstein’ s Dear, Dear Friends & some of his fellow New Yorkers as well. The documentary featured Legends like Paul McCartney, The Who, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, Billy Joel & Bruce Springsteen. But some contemporaries like Alicia Key, Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Steve Buscemi with dozens more including some of the World top Supermodels (Karlie Kloss, Joan Smalls, Ajak Deng) humbly contributed! This Film gets a ‘thumbs’ up from me & after it’s Opening this Friday, November 1, 2013, you’ll see what I mean. As a native New Yorker myself, viewing some of the incredible footage of the destruction this horrific storm caused, left me stunned. Harvey Feinstein said to the audience last night, that, he was absolutely serious about getting every bit of the proceeds from this film to the Victims of this horrific disaster. We wish him well. – – Please CLICK to Read More
Don’t Judge. But…Someone Made a Documentary About Having a Small Penis!
Evidently, Patrick Moote — a man who briefly because Internet famous for a failed proposal caught on a Kiss Cam at a sports game — has smaller-than-average penis. But instead of worrying about it in private, as most men do, he and filmmaker Brian Spitz decided to make Unhung Hero, a documentary all about the trials and tribulations of having a small dick. On a certain level the doc looks pretty cockamamie (sorry, had to) and feels like the movie equivalent of that “deranged sorority girl” getting a book deal. But as folks who are well read in Judith Bordo’s The Male Body and are no strangers to sizing up penises, we have to admit that the premise of investigating how people around the world view small appendages — and the lengths men go through to make them, well, lengthier — is certainly an interesting one, worthy of exploration. The film will be released on DVD this November and we’ll be ready to watch it with popcorn and a measuring tape in tow. – – [via Queerty]
This film, TWENTY FEET FROM STARDOM is about Music’s unsung Heroes of Rock & Roll, Pop, Jazz, Classical music. You name it! Some of these Guys and Gals have, many times, made a difference in how some of your biggest Artist in the Music business, polished off their hits. You might or might have not ever noticed what they looked liked but many, many times you noticed their special & unique, VOICES. People like Merry Clayton (backed Artist like The Rolling Stone’s on ‘Gimmie Shelter’, Ray Charles & Elvis), Darlene Love (who I always adored her voice from backed in the day), Tata Vega (that incredible voice you heard singing Gospel in ‘The Color Purple), Lisa Fischer (backed up Luther Van Dross for awhile), Judith Hill & many others you would know by the rich sounds that came out of their mouths. These Talents, are now just getting their chance to let everyone know that some of your favorite Singers & Performers ain’t doing it ALL alone! Please seek out this Documentary so you too can get some really fascinating updates on some our Contemporary talents whose voices that have always, given us much JOY.
Please, Check out their stories in this fascinating film, TWENTY FEET FROM STARDOM. You can also VOTE for this film as well…CLICK Here! You’re gonna love it.
The two Beautiful DARLENE LOVE and Gracious MERRY CLAYTON
If you were a movie star in the market for a mansion in 1930s Los Angeles, there was a good chance you might call on Wallace Neff.
Neff wasn’t just an architect–he was a starchitect. One of his most famous projects was the renovation of Pickfair, the estate owned by the iconic silent film actress Mary Pickford, and her husband Douglas Fairbanks. When the couple moved into Pickfar, the house sat on a nameless street in an empty neighborhood called Beverly Hills. If you were lucky enough to be invited to dinner at Pickfair you might find yourself seated next to Babe Ruth, the King of Spain or Albert Einstein. Life magazine called Pickfair “only slightly less important than the white house, and much more fun.” Neff designed estates for Charlie Chaplin, Judy Garland and Groucho Marx. His Libby Ranch is now owned by Reese Witherspoon. But at the end of his life, Wallace Neff lived in a 1,000 square foot concrete bubble. And Neff believed that this simple dome was his greatest architectural achievements. Continue reading →
Robert Rauschenberg in his Front Street studio, New York, with three transfer drawings, 1958. Photograph by Jasper Johns. Courtesy Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
Rauschenberg was born Milton Ernest Rauschenberg on October 22, 1925, in Port Arthur, Texas. In honor of his birthday today, we shared an album of portraits from throughout his life on our Facebook page: page: http://on.fb.me/1a4MXo1
Friday, November 8, 2013 at 3 p.m. Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium, 3rd Floor
Through moving interviews, Veterans of Color (Mark Perry, 2012, 60 min.) reveals the reality African American veterans faced when returning home from World War II and the Korean and Vietnam wars. A talkback with the film’s producer, Dr. Bernard C. Watson, follows the screening. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath. For advance tickets, please visit www.museumtix.com.
Not to worry, Help is on the Way. We’ve found a NEW website with ALL the Answers.
Think you’re witnessing paranormal activity at home? Forget ghost hunters — there’s a website for that. Homeowners and renters can now get answers at DiedInHouse.com, which for $11.99 will tell you if anyone has died in your home. The site, a sort of Carfax meets afterlife history report, scours multiple sources to determine if anyone has departed this life in your home before. It’s a task that’s easier said than done, according to the site’s founder Roy Condrey. “It’s harder to find things like this out than you think,” he told the Houston Chronicle. After Condrey learned that most states do not require home sellers or real estate agents to disclose a death there, he sought to create a service that provided death records for a specific address, according to his website. That information might seem to make it tougher for realtors to sell a possibly-haunted property, but one survey finds that prospective buyers aren’t easily spooked out of buying ghoulish real estate. Realtor.com’s 2013 Haunted Housing Report found that 26 percent of the 1,400 people surveyed indicated they would consider buying a haunted house.