q orianka kilcher

anonymous asked:

What contemporary women do you think have the pre-raphaelite 'look?'

Oh, this is an interesting question… First of all, definitely Florence Welch! Hm… also definitely Q'orianka Kilcher. Some others are Eleanor Tomlinson, from what I’ve seen in Poldark, The Pre-Raphaelite look with her abundant curls! Lily Cole, Claudia Devlin and Imaam Hammam at times/in certain shoots. Oh, also Sophie Turner and Drew Barrymore, Drew’s face reminds me of Rossetti’s paintings so much… (just like Q'orianka’s) Also Chloe Grace Moretz comes to mind, because of her lips I suppose… Her lips are the only lips Rossetti ever and always painted haha


No one will forget me. Not my look, not my name. Katniss. The girl who was on fire.

Fancasting Meme | 5 Raceswapped Characters (4/5)
Q’orianka Kilcher as Katniss Everdeen


The Alienist (2017)

The Alienist is an upcoming American drama television series based on the novel of same name by Caleb Carr. The psychological thriller drama is set in 1896, when a series of gruesome murders of boy prostitutes has gripped the city. Newly appointed top cop Teddy Roosevelt calls upon Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, a criminal psychologist – aka alienist – and newspaper illustrator John Moore to conduct the investigation in secret. Joining them in the probe is Sara Howard, a headstrong secretary at Police Headquarters.

Starring:   Dakota Fanning, Daniel Bruhl, Luke Evans, Brian Geraghty, Ted Levine, Q'orianka Kilcher, Falk Hentschel, Douglas Smith

Release date:   Fall 2017


This week I have been utterly obsessed with having chill time in my condo watching movies - like all of the times … anyhow I sourced Netflix for this beauty of an indie film Sky.

Diane Kruger shone in this coming-of-age story and in her journey there was a cast of characters that included many Indigenous actors (including Q’orianka Kilcher) and featured Indigenous world views in the most unexpected way. 

Also, you get to see Lena Dunham playing the role of southern(ish) white trash complete with a missing tooth. I mean, that alone is worth the price of admission lol.

So if you’re looking for a movie and you’re in a quiet, contemplative mood - this one’s for you and it’s on Netflix (Canada). Bonus.