Brad Pitt deve produzir documentário sobre Chris Cornell
Segundo informação publicada hoje (14/02) pela revista Variety, Brad Pitt e Vicky Cornell, viúva do músico, estão produzindo um documentário sobre a vida do vocalista do Soundgarden e do Audioslave.
A direção deve ficar com Peter Berg que no momento está à frente da produção de Wonderland, novo filme com Mark Wahlberg.
A informação foi confirmada por um representante dos direitos de Chris Cornell.
O documentário anda não tem previsão de lançamento.
Photo by @StanleyGreene / @noorimages | On this day, we celebrate Stanley Greene's 70th anniversary. As a retrospective into his work, NOOR Authors share their favorite photograph by Stanley.
“I consider this image one of the best in all the production of Stanley. There is all about his sense of drama. Besides the subjects, in this photo there is all Stanley’s participatory look, all his ‘concern’. This is accompanied by the consciousness of being a witness of an historical event. It is the image that returns Stanely in all its glory" - @francesco_zizola
Caption: Russia, Survivors of the Samashki massacre, April 1995, Women and children took flight after an infamous massacre. Russian troops are accused of destroying the village by torching houses, pillaging, raping and executing civilians. Of 100 people killed, only four were identified as rebels.
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New episode of Shopify’s And Nowhere Else series up at the link in my bio.
Another great project with an awesome crew completed back in the fall.
Two powerful films from Chicago and LA round up this week #InColour.
1️⃣-4️⃣ The documentary 'After the Fire' premieres at the @bigskydocfest this weekend. The film explores a Sonoma Valley community faced with rebuilding their lives after the 2017 Northern California wildfires. Grade by @carretero.color. From filmmakers Derek Knowles and Spencer Seibert.
5️⃣-8️⃣ ‘Crying Out Loud' is a short film that challenges traditional stereotypes about masculinity through its vulnerable and personal portraits of men. Grade by @beau_leon. Directed by Tatia Pilieva.
I’m super excited to start a personal project this year. It’s been something that has been in my heart for a while. We all have a story to tell, stories are powerful and show our humanity. I truly believe stories can change the life course of anyone listening. This is the The Makers Project, we the dreamers, the makers, the creators and the doers, because we the makers have a story to tell. I don’t know where this will lead to but I know that the most important thing to do anything meaningful is to take that first step. Thank you to @shannon_vogel for doing this one story with me! .
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The Golden Record from the brilliant doco 'The Farthest'...12 billion miles away and counting...the Voyager spacecraft are each powered by a radioisotope thermoelectric generator which converts radioactive plutonium into electricity with roughly 10 years of powah left... Launched in 1977, NASA’s epic Voyager mission revolutionized our understanding of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and their spectacular moons and rings. In 2012, Voyager 1 pierced the bubble of our solar system and ushered humanity into the interstellar age. Voyager 2 is expected to join it in interstellar space within the next few years. Both Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 continue to function, and send daily updates back to Earth from almost 13 billion miles and almost 11 billion miles away, respectively.
#thefarthest#documentary#spacefilms #1977 #voyager1#voyager2#spaceprobe#imagesfromspace#thegoldenrecord
Photo by @chanceyjune | Beqaa Valley, Lebanon, 2019.
Here is a friendship sighting in an informal settlement of Syrian refugees in the Beqaa Valley in Lebanon. This particular settlement had just suffered from a bad snow storm, and the melted snow had caused massive flooding in the camp (second photo). Photos taken for @islamicreliefusa
The Red Bull Music Festival x MAPS have included my upcoming film "A Voz da Raça" (The Voice of the Race) in their program "Black Radical Imagination" !
Screening this Sunday in LA!
They'll screen an excerpt from my upcoming 30 min documentary which was the definition of guerrilla filmmaking back in August 2017. This was the scrappiest of efforts, inspired by the beautiful souls & fierce intellectuals that I meant during my time in Brazil.
I'm beyond happy to be coming home for this one- if you're in LA & free on Sunday, join for the screening / Q&A with me and the other filmmakers after.
The film's title is inspired by the 1930's underground newspaper of the same name. Founded by Brazilian Civil Rights activist "A Voz da Raça" was created to educate black communities about black issues happening throughout the world.
This film I’m making is meant to serve a similar purpose- to connect communities across the African Diaspora by showing our likeness & giving a platform for our often voiceless brothers and sisters in South America.
Couldn't have been possible w/o the team below. More details to come soon ❣️ fruitful February 🙏🏾🖤 Director/Producer: Justice Nnanna
Local Producer/Translator: Lilian Queiroz
Editor: @danielboventer & @amil_charlemagne
Sound Mix/Color: @isador
Thank you @firstname.lastname@example.org@samanthablakegoodman for the opportunity.
Rockets are becoming cheaper and more powerful than ever before thanks to stunning new technologies. As companies like SpaceX and Virgin Galactic make space more accessible, and NASA returns to crewed spaceflight, a new era of space exploration seems to be on the horizon. But will this seeming rocket Renaissance become more than just hype?
Check out “Rise of the Rockets,” streaming online now, to find out (link in bio☝️)
We leave Wollombi for a winery shoot before first light, weaving our way through the small villages of Cessnock, with only kangaroos for company.
The night sky, heaving with stars, begins to stale. A soft light begins to bleed in. Cows bellow, nuzzling grass. A flock of cockatoos soar overhead, extending as far as the eye can see. Their silhouettes are huddled together like a school of fish, surfing an ocean current in the clouds. Day break threatens to boil over. I can’t remember the last time I saw the sunrise, while Rachael can’t remember the last time she truely stopped to gaze up at the stars. Sometimes life gets so full, all you can do is cling to the next rung of the ladder, and slowly edge your way up. It becomes easy to forget that a Monet and Van Gogh begin and end each one of our days. The final dregs of night drift away like chimney smoke, as Rach starts shooting with Scotty Comyns from Comyns and Co, a family run winery with big heart, no bull, and barrels of stories for us to capture and share.
- Sinead #daybreak#behindthescenes#entrepreneur#documentary#businesswoman
We pre-recorded the panel discussion for US AND THEM’s broadcast premiere at CHEK this AM. I was really impressed by the amount of effort the news crew put in — they cut several clips from the film to go with the post-broadcast discussion. Thank you Ben O’Hara-Byrne for going the extra mile! And to @germainrob for making it all happen.
Tune in next Saturday at 8pm to check it out!
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When the Slave boats docked in America, Brazil, Cuba and the Caribbean's, hundreds of cultures, traditions, and religions landed with Africans, but only one remains prominent till date in the new world, the culture of the Yoruba's. Bigger Than Africa follows the journey of these Africans from the point of no returns in West Africa to the final destinations.
March 2, 2019 - 7:00 PM - Tickets : halifaxblackfilm.com