Celebrate black history month by watching the works of these 10 history-making directors
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Best Known For: Being the first black woman to direct a movie for a major studio in 1989, bringing Marlon Brando out of retirement to act in her film A Dry White Season and directing him to an Oscar nomination.
new release from one of my favourite bands. the band have been nothing but ambitious so far with their new songs indicating a complete change in direction of their musical style. their very laid back, post-modern, electronic, over-romantic sound is really fitting well in my life. the album ‘i like it when you sleep for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it’ is out on feb 26th, roll on!
Honestly, if you like awesome romantic contemporaries that also tackle real issues, Sarah Dessen should be your patron saint! Lock and Key in particular is one to make you laugh, cry, and love. But if Sarah’s extensive book catalogue isn’t enough for you, then we also have…
This book will make you truly question what it means to love someone. Full of heart and friendship (and lots of love) this steamy, contemplative romance will also leave you sobbing as it twists and turns through the mysterious (cursed?) lives of Lorna, Isla, Delila, Charlotte, and Cruz.
Check out more books that will destroy your heart here!
1.) new york-snow patrol// 2.) wonderful unknown-ingrid michaelson// 3.) wait it out-allie moss// 4.) you are enough-sleeping at last// 5.) all i’ve ever needed-paul mcdonald & nikki reed// 6.) best shot-birdy & jaymes young// 7.) midnight city (m83 cover)-benjamin francis leftwich// 8.) halo-ane brun & linnea olsson// 9.) photograph-ed sheeran// 10.) wake me up-boyce avenue// 11.) falling in love in a coffee shop-daniela andrade// 12.) la vie en rose-daniela andrade// 13.) dreaming with a broken heart-jules larson// 14.) kiss me-the fray// 15.) the party-regina spektor// 16.) think of you-a fine frenzy// 17.) up to you-echosmith