Ivi - Love your body
Mein erstes Shooting war quasi auch mein erstes Aktshooting. Zuerst redete der Fotograf bei meinem ersten Shooting (nachdem mich mein Mann ja angemeldet hatte) sehr viel mit mir und nahm mir so die Aufregung. Es ging Schritt für Schritt voran. Und am Ende war ich richtig stolz auf meine ersten Nacktbilder.
My first shoot was almost my first act of shooting. At first, the photographer talked to me on my first shoot (after my husband had signed me in) and took away my excitement. It went on step by step. And in the end I was really proud of my first nude pictures.
Johanna - Famous teen model
Sometimes it is a bit difficult to overcome everyday struggles everyone of us knows.
But since I have defined goals I want to reach someday I never stray too far from the original way.
As for my style... I don't have one certain style I always wear.
I like to vary and try new things all the time.
My style is most likely like the weather you could say.
Amy - Be who you are and express it !
I think a women’s body is very beautiful and sensual and I feel that women shouldn’t have to hide it to keep society happy be who you are and express it !
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.
August 5th, 2016
By Damon Wise
This interview with Tom Hardy is a fragment of a phone conversation that was meant to last 20 minutes and went on for nearer 90. In the course of it, Hardy said goodbye to his wife and (I think newborn) child, accidentally drove off with his wife's phone, dropped it off for her at a nearby cafe and then drove to a photo shoot for Dazed & Confused, for which he was at least an hour late. I know this because the film's PR began ringing me relentlessly while Hardy was (permanently) mid-sentence, which meant I had the constant beep of an incoming call in my right ear.
Actor Jeremy Brett – widely considered the most accurate Holmes in history – analyzes the great detective's feelings on Watson, women, and death.
By Rosemary Herbert http://www.the-line-up.com/
It was a windy April morning when revolving doors spun me into the lobby of a large hotel in New York’s theater district, there to meet Jeremy Brett, a.k.a. Sherlock Holmes, for breakfast. Having seen him in the Holmes role in the highly acclaimed Mystery! series on public television, it was difficult to imagine the actor in everyday attire. I wondered if I would recognize him.
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