The Phenomenal Rise of Bruce Lee - The Last Interview
August 16th, 2016
What would be your advice to young girls who would like to start alt modeling career?
Just go for it!
1, Do not be fooled by these old men with money, who just want to see you naked.
2, Do not let anyone push your boundaries!
3, If you’re collaborating make it clear what you want from the shoot, how many edits you will get and always pick them.
4, Always trust your gut feeling.Read More
I even advise all women to do it, it helps to accept yourself.
I would say to these young girls to live their passion fully.
Being a model is not my job, but it's a passion that helps me today, even after 4 years of experience, to gain self-confidence. Everyone does not care about your measurements, if you have something to prove to yourself do it.
You know every woman has complexes and is never satisfied.
To all these women I want to say to them: You are beautiful.
You are strong. You can do it.
This is the advice that I would like to hear for me, it is always easier to give than to apply them.Read More
I love tattoos very much and call myself a living book. Each tattoo tells its own story.Read More
Feel free and proud to wear their own style with passionRead More
August 13, 2016
By Glenn Billingham. Follow @glennbills
They are there for all to see; the burning intensity of the glare, the endless cavern of passion, and the relentless desire that seems to give advantage in any confrontation. They’re ever-present in the sublime, the ludicrous, and the controversial, and on show throughout a career that has encapsulated reruns of all three. If the eyes are indeed the window to the soul, Paolo Di Canio is at least consistent.
August 12, 2016
From Indie London
FORMER football legend Eric Cantona talks to us about working with Ken Loach on new film Looking For Eric, getting to grips with playing the trumpet and why he finds playing football and acting pretty similar in terms of approach.
He also likens his new director to his former manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, and reveals why the film is for all cinema fans – not just football fanatics or Manchester United followers…
By Jonathan Quid August 10th, 2016
Few days ago, we had a chance to meet lovely young lady and briefly chat with her under LA Sun.
August 9th, 2016
Coming to the end of 2014, Fikri Jermadi decided to close a book first opened six years ago.
This is something of an unfinished bit of business for me. ‘Maradona by Kusturica’ was a film I first previewed six years ago, when it was screening for the first time at the 2008 Cannes International Film Festival.