Hello everyone!! So I thought we should do something special for Nick’s 55th birthday.
What is this about?
Inspired by Mitchspledgies and projects like this in the past, I thought HEY WHY NOT and because no one else seemed to be doing a b-day project for Nick this year, I decided to go ahead and organize it.
How can I participate?
1. Take a picture of you holding a sign with your b-day wishes for Nick - “Happy Birthday, Nick!” “Happy B-Day” “Bon anniversaire, Nicholas” etc be creative :)
if you don’t feel comfortable showing your face you can also submit a drawing, edit and so on with your wishes.
2. Send the picture (+ your first name and location) via the submit option on Tumblr or: e-mail to the following address: email@example.com
When’s the deadline?
June 21, 2017 (CET)
HOW IS NICK SUPPOSED TO SEE THE FINISHED COLLAGE??
We will spam politely ask Mitch Pileggi to show it to Nick :P EASY CREAM CHEESY
I hope we’ll get enough people to participate!!! IT WOULD BE GREAT IF YOU COULD HELP ME SPREAD THE MESSAGE ON TUMBLR, FACEBOOK, TWITTER etc. THE MORE PEOPLE THE MERRIER.
‘’Olga idolized her father she, like her siblings, enjoyed games of tennis and swimming with her father during their summer holidays and often confided in him when she went with him on long walks. She was by temperament closest to her father
You could argue that this quasi-‘monster’ of Season 4 is, in fact, the woman that Carrie has always been — her boundaries were always fluid, she just lacked the power to manipulate up — but I think that something has deeply changed. If, in the Brody days, Carrie wanted nothing more than the truth, now, in pursuit of a useful truth, she’s quite willing to engage in big lies: whether to produce a good ‘story’ to cover Sandy’s death or to keep her baby far away. After finding reason after reason not to be with her infant — whose red hair looks like Brody’s — her sister says, chillingly, ‘There’s not even a diagnosis for what’s wrong with you.’ It’s hard to disagree. - Judith Warner
Kill Your Friends: Set in 1997 at the height of the British popular music scene, the protagonist, Steven Stelfox is unhappy about his current position as an A&R agent in the record company he works for in London. Stelfox, uninterested in most music, is jealous of his coworkers’ success in finding successful fledgling musical acts and hatches a series of devious acts that leaves several dead on his road to self-fulfilled glory and recognition.
While the protagonist and plot have been compared to American Psycho, the satirical nature pointing out the money interests of the music industry has been the hysterically dark selling point of the novel.
Seana Carroll, dir: Me and Riv @ the old Bayou in DC.
“The planet often
mourns the loss of great talent who have gone to the wayside in the Rock
n’ Roll-Hollywood party scene and at the end of the 1900’s we saw a lot
of that. I was a teenager in the 90’s and my favorite film was My Own
When River Phoenix died it felt like I was
losing an old friend. I had met him just twice, in my hometown of DC,
when he played with his band, but like a lot of people all over the
world it felt like we knew him. He was all-real. No Hollywood BS. Jump
forward 25 years later and I am working in Hollywood as the DP for the
father of all video art- Paul McCarthy and his son, Damon. He has me
shooting James Franco for a project about Nicholas Ray and the making of
Rebel Without A Cause. James pulls me aside and says he has another
project for me. Something with the raw dailies from My Own Private
Idaho. I end up editing Franco’s remake of the Gus script called, In A
Blue Funk. (A dream come true to watch all those dailies and edit River
in a renewed project.) Jump to 5 years later and I’ve been editing and
shooting for Franco all this time. I walk down the street to the little
Los Feliz Free Library in my neighborhood and Pink is sitting in there.
Imagine my surprise to find a book by Gus that I didn’t even know
existed. I knew at that moment that I wanted to make it into a film.”
//I decorated my classroom door with a secret homage to Nicholas St. North. On a whim, I created an art project for my students to make of North’s Elves (check out their work here!). Hastily conceived and executed, but they all wrote their names around the “tattoos”!
Hey everyone! So my friend Kayleigh ( hangupthephone ) and I have a really cool fan gift idea for Walk the Moon. We kinda wanna keep it a surprise for fans and the band both until it’s done so, we won’t say too much about it but what we need is pictures from the Talking is Hard Tour! So any pictures of you guys waiting in line, any pictures from the show itself, any of you guys meeting the band afterwards, fan art, short messages, and/or little momentos (i.e.: pictures of a drum stick, shirt, poster, bass or guitar pick, ticket, whatever) would be great! We’ll be giving the gift to the band hopefully when we see them in June but if not then we’ll mail it to them. It’s super short notice we know but we need pictures from every TIH spring show(March-May). So please help us out. We will give each and every one of you who help credit for your photos and provide your info (name, city, Twitter, tumblr, Insta, etc) if you want us to. Try to have pictures into us by June 14th and make sure you include where the show was and the date of that show if you remember it. Thank you so much for anyone who sends in pictures or who spreads this news around! We really appreciate it! You can send pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org