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Jul

Our tears have dried on their own…

Amy Winehouse - 3 years without her today!

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Jul

3 Movies I’m (Also) Dying To See This Year

Life is pretty dynamic these days, isn’t it? You go to sleep and the next day you come across new amazing trailers that blow your mind just like that! Here are some other 3 (always small) productions I’m also dying to see this year!

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# Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklater

Starring Ethan Hawke, Patricia Arquette, Ellar Coltrane

This is perhaps the most interesting project in years. Director Richard Linklater decided in 2002 to shoot a movie for the following 12 years. He then hired a boy (Ellar Coltrane), and every year got a handful of actors together to shoot that year of the boy’s fiction life. Winner of Berlin’s Silver Bear, among other awards, “Boyhood” really is a must-see!

# God Help The Girl, written and directed by Stuart Murdoch

Starring Emily Browning, Olly Alexander, Hannah Murray

The frontman of Scotish band Belle and Sebastian Stuart Murdoch came up with this project a while ago (2007) and got together a bunch of talented female singers and made an album in 2009 “God Help the Girl”, having Catherine Ireton as the main singer. Now, in 2014, the movie is ready. In comes Emily Browning instead of Ireton (maybe she got too old for the part in the process), and the trailer is exhilariting. Can’t hardly wait! 

# Begin Again, directed by John Carney

Starring Kiera Knightley, Mark Ruffalo, Adam Levine

Director of the stunning film “Once”, he brings to screen the story of an ex-rock executive (Ruffalo) and an ex-rock star girlfriend (Knightley), “Begin Again” does share some elements (or lots of) from “Once”, but that is far from being a problem. Quite the contrary, I’m dying to see the new “Once”. 

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Hostage, Sia (1000 Forms of Fear)

my favorite track in Sia’s new album so far. Her raspy voice in it is simply amazing!

Sia Furler

No matter how much she tries, it’s too late not to be famous! Her new album "1000 Forms of Fear" is out on stores and it’s awesome!

#1 on Billboard Top 200

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Jul

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Come Monday Night, Catherine Ireton (God Help The Girl, 2009)

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Funny Little Frog, Brittany Stallings (God Help The Girl, 2009)

When God Help The Girl was just a music project, this was Brittany’s version of Belle and Sebastian's song. Beautiful and powerful!

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God Help The Girl, Catherine Ireton (God Help The Girl, 2009)

this is the first version sung by Catherine Ireton of the theme song written by Belle and Sebastian’s Stuart Murdoch for his homonym project God Help The Girl which is (finally) on theaters and iTunes in September.

God Help The Girl, written by Stuart Murdoch, frontman of Belle and Sebastian, and from the producer of “Rushmore” and “The Royal Tenenbaums”

A musical romance starring Emily Browning 

On theaters and iTunes on Sep 5th

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For the Price of a Cup of Tea, Belle and Sebastian (The Life Pursuit)

3 Passions in 1: The Killers, Japan, and Brandon Flowers