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Month: July 2017

Embracing Life and Following Dreams ~ Grace Wethor

Embracing Life and Following Dreams ~ Grace Wethor

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Grace Wethor Teen Vogue® It Girl, Red Carpet Photo Credit Raymond L Forchion Jr.

Grace Wethor, a Teen Vogue® It Girl, joins us at La Jolla Fashion Film Festival. Her red carpet is a trend with magnificent sleeves. Wethor is gracious, talented, beautiful, and a brainstem Glioma tumor survivor.

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Wethor takes each day doing what she loves. She states, “2 weeks after my diagnosis I decided that modeling and acting are what I am doing with my life. I moved to Los Angeles and went full force. Before I knew it I was signed with an agent and manager.” She embraced the 8% living for 6 months with this diagnosis to the maximum. This decision and diagnosis took place two years ago. She focuses her goals, life, and mind on living each day.

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Embracing each day and taking charge of her health she has accomplished:

Teen Vogue® It Girl provides her a place where she feels nostalgic. Attending Catholic school in Minnesota Teen Vogue® provided her a look that was more inspiring than her school uniform. Becoming an It Girl was a dream come true.

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These opportunities give Wethor a place to share her story. She embraces the idea that we are all living good days, bad days, and hard days. Wethor says, “I am three different people. There is sick Grace, there is normal teenage Grace, and model/actress Grace. I have found the perfect balance that works.” This balance is giving Wethor a life that is full and touching.

She wants everyone to know that no matter your situation you can live life to the fullest. She has been able to share her story of life living with a brain tumor, sharing her talents, and joining forces with Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.

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Wethor took the ability to live life to the fullest by asking herself what do I want from life. She has made those dreams come true through continued medical care, headaches, and other side effects. Wethor forges through all this with strength, determination, and a wonderful mother who listens to her dreams. Wethor will keep embracing her dreams and making a positive impact in the world.

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The Hidden Side ~ Allegoria

The Hidden Side ~ Allegoria

 

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Allegoria directed by Ines von Bonhorst, she is a director, producer, and video artist. Her work includes documentaries, long and short films, experimental films and video art installations, worldwide. Yuri Pirondi work reflects a relationship between visual art and cinematic experience. He Follows a multidisciplinary and transversal artistic direction in which he collaborates with different artists. This couple’s talents combine creating Allegoria, a short fashion film, screened at La Jolla Fashion Film Festival.

Allegoria Synopsis: A fashion short film based on the subconscious side of the human affections.

  • The film is about the subconscious side of the human affections. How does this film connect to fashion?

Usually, fashion is all about our external shell, how we appear, how we look to other people. Our idea instead is to take out our hidden side and show it in a shape of cinematic emotion, where our main character is fighting against her doppelgänger.

As the movie developed, also the dress does. From a tight look that constraint the actress in the beginning of the movie, slowly our character reaches her freedom, as well as the clothes, became light and soft.

The ideas behind the look of our actress are from our great stylist Daniela Corcio, also the designer of IKONOSTAS, the dresses used in the video.

  • How does location play into the subconscious side of the human affections? 

The location in our video is a middle-age castle based in North Italy. By itself a castle is like a fort, this metaphor; the castle represents the mood of our main character. When she finally manages to be herself, she runs away from the castle, in other terms the location work as a main element in the movie.

  • What is the one thing you do each day to make it successful?  

Keep creating. Keep doing movies! Working hard every day, and always have a new project in mind to develop it!

  • What is your background in film and direction?

As a couple, we have 2 different backgrounds. Ines has a sharp eye on working with actors and editing, developed during the years. Yuri instead has a background more focus on the photography and mise-en-scene. We are definitely complementary in our job!

  • What is your insight into women in film creation, with 7.5% being directed by women (Women In Film)?

As the woman co-director, I can describe my own feelings and thoughts and try to trespass those same moods to film and acting.

The majority of women pass from different period and moods and I think there is no one better than other women to speak about that same feeling.

The statistics are low but I have an optimist view where the numbers are getting higher, at the moment there are much more women studying film and I think the statistics will change in a near future.

  • What is one way that we can support women created films as a participant in films? 

I think the best way is to work hard every day and try to create your own identity, as a woman and as an individual. In my opinion, anyone that insists and works hard for what they want, in one way or another they end up reaching their goals. Unfortunately as a woman, a majority of the times, you have to do it even harder. The way to support women in films is to include more female characters and try to understand their point of views.

  • When creating this film what was the advantage of being a short film? 

The main advantages to making a short are the low costs of production and the short time to make the movie, so you can have a product in your hand in few days of work. We would love to work on a feature movie instead, where you can have plenty of time to develop story and characters.

  • Subconscious and surrealism is a theme through out your films how did you mix this with Allegoria? 

Yes, we usually work with surrealist images, in the case of Allegoria we worked on the idea of doppelgänger effect, where our main character talk with her double to discover her persona and finally be free from her self-judgment.

  • What are other locations this film will be screening?  

The movie aside La Jolla Fashion Film Festival has been shown at the Canadian Fashion Film Festival in Calgary, and also is trying to participate at Milano Fashion Film Festival, Istanbul, Brussels, London, and Porto.

The film takes fashion full circle with the concept of what is real and not real, similar to the Allegory of The Cave by Plato.

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Taking The Emmy Creative Arts By Storm ~ “Making Of A Murderer”

Taking The Emmy Creative Arts By Storm ~ “Making Of A Murderer”

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Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos joins us on the red carpet at the Emmy® Creative Arts Awards. The duo took the evening by storm with their documentary Making of a Murderer on Netflix.

This 10-hour series took 10 years from a conception during film school to airing on Netflix. The story needs time to be told correctly and accurately. The couple moved from New York to Wisconsin for two years. This provided a time for them to research, gain trust about telling the story, and immerse in the story.

They took the story from criminal justice, a victim point of view, to the criminal point of view. The ability for the subjects to trust the duo to share their story accurately made the documentary successful. This documentary is a social justice story instead of criminal justice.

They share the documentary providing a voice, engagement, and conversation that is global. There is an online petition sent to President Obama requesting Steven Avery be exonerated.

They discuss that the documentary is not to solve the crime but to tell the story of Steve Avery, his family, and the community. They said, “we welcome anyone to research the story. It is all public record.”

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Ricciardi states, “It took some time to get through the noise after the series aired, we are focused on the goal.” They will be returning with season two. The story continues to have questions.

Demos states, “The story continues to evolve. We continue to follow the events taking place. It is not over.” They are working on a project from HuffPost article, America’s Most Admired Lawbreaker.

Ricciardi and Demos work together on filming, concept, production, editing, and a partnership to air the series. The team has grown and they are deeply grateful for them.

The success each day they said, “came from the story and the focus to tell the facts.” Ricciardi states, “The lesson best learned is that we need to have more empathy and dignity towards each other.”

Making of A Murderer awarded the 4 Emmys® at The Creative Arts for Outstanding Picture Editing For Nonfiction Programming, Outstanding Directing For Nonfiction Programming, Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming, Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming, and Outstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction Series.

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“That’s All Folks” The Talented Bob Bergen Voice of Porky Pig

“That’s All Folks” The Talented Bob Bergen Voice of Porky Pig

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Bob Bergen, the voice of Porky Pig, joins us on the red carpet at the Emmys® Creative Arts Awards with a little voice over of Porky Pig. His talent is vastly beyond Porky Pig. His voice overs include television and movies. His résumé includes commercials, Wall E, Toy Story, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars to name just a very few.

His dream to do the voice of Porky Pig started at the age of 5. He told his mother he wanted to be Porky Pig. When he was 14 he started by reaching out to Mel Blanc, the voice-over actor for Porky Pig, at the time. He took the advice provided by Mel Blanc and when the time was right he achieved his dream. This voice over actor performs the iconic role providing tears, laughter, and memories that will live on for generations to come.

Bob Bergen’s talents have benefited from the Television Academy for decades. He is a member of the Board of Governor for Television Academy Performers Peer Group. Bob Bergen, an active member since in 1994, provides service on the:

  • Daytime Committee
  • Executive Committee
  • Governors Ball Committee
  • Governors Award Committee (Chair)
  • Membership Committee
  • Co-host and announce of Daytime Creative Arts Emmys® Awards
  • Membership Committee

He states, “there are 107 events held with the Television Academy.” Each event takes the time to honor and celebrate each nominee, show, and talent.

Bob Bergen is excited to share that Lily Tomlin Television Academy Governor, is honored during the 23rd Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards show in January. She will be receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award. He also had great accolades for Kathy Bates and her exception career.

Bob Bergen’s daily success is showing up and being present. This daily success is present in his life since his first phone call with Mel Blanc. He ended the interview with the classic Porky Pig, “That’s All Folks!”

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Kether Donohue Celebrates ~ Grease Live

Kether Donohue Celebrates ~ Grease Live

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Kether Donohue joins us on the red carpet at the Emmys® Creative Arts Awards. She comes with a strong background in television, theater, and film. She is an actress, producer, director, and writer. Her performance in Grease Live as Jan provides comic relief. 

Donohue embraced her career from an early age growing up in New York. She attended a performing arts high school and graduated from Fordham University with a concentration in film. This training prepared her for each role she has undertaken.

Taking on the iconic role Jan in Grease Live took some time to create the character into a new modern role while capturing Jan’s essence. Donohue states, “The directors provided an atmosphere for me to explore, make mistakes, and hone in on the character for this production.” This allows for Jan to come to life for a new generation. 

Her career has spanned decades. She has worked with theater allowing for her to interact with the audience and crew during a performance. She moved on to voice-over work. This took some time to get used to being alone in a room during a performance. Each role has provided insight to her next performance.

Her beauty in a Vivienne Westwood corset cocktail dress and Prada shoes grace the runway, but her intellect and passion to each role she embraces were clearly demonstrated. She is in You’re the Worst on FX Networks.

Grease Live awarded 5 Emmys® for Outstanding Lighting Design Lighting Direction For A Variety Special, Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, video control for a limited series, movie, or special, Outstanding Special Class Program, Outstanding Directing A Variety Special, and Outstanding Production Design For A Variety Nonfiction Event Or Award Special.

She joined Vanessa Hudgens and Julianne Hough on the red carpet, her co-stars.

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69th Emmys® Awards Nominations ~ Congratulations

69th Emmys® Awards Nominations ~ Congratulations

69th Emmys® announce this year’s nominees. It is a year filled with a huge expansion in television.  “It’s been a record-breaking year for television, continuing its explosive growth,” said Washington. “The Emmy® Awards competition experienced a 15 percent increase in submissions for this year’s initial nomination round of online voting.”

This year there are a few surprises, snubs, and record-breaking nominations. The streaming channels and originals shows are demonstrating strong talent against traditional televisions. HBO tops the nominations with 111 nominations. Westworldfirst season on HBO, has 22 nominations. Netflix has a total of 91 nominations.

Some of the unexpected nominations include Saturday Night Live, receiving 22 nominations, including 9 nominations for acting. Big Little Lies (HBO series after a bidding war with Netflix) with Reese Witherspoon 16 nominations. Best Drama Series 5 of the 7 nominations are first-timers: Better Call Saul, The Crown, The Handmaid’s Tale, House of Cards, Stranger Things,  and This Is Us.

A few other surprises are:

  • Best Drama Actress Milo Ventimiglia, This Is Us
  • Best Drama Supporting Actress Ann Dowd and Samira Wiley, The Handmaid’s Tale
  • Best Drama Supporting Actor  David Harbour, Stranger Things

The year did have is snubs. Games of Thrones, receiving 38 Emmys® in the past, did not qualify for the nominations this season. Lena Dunham did not receive a nomination for her last year on Girls. 

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RuPaul’s Drag Race 8 nominations

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Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn Emmys® Creative Arts 2016 Red Carpet

Project Runway 5 nominations

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Carrie Ann Inaba Emmys® Creative Arts 2016 Red Carpet

Dancing With The Stars 7 nominations

The Chef’s Table 2 nominations

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Emmys® Creative Arts 2016 Red Carpet

Archer 1 nomination

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School of Rock 1 Nomination 

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Anthony Bourdain Emmys® Creative Arts 2016 Red Carpet

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown 5 nominations

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Rachel Bloom Emmys® Red Carpet

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 1 nomination

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Lily Tomlin Emmys® Red Carpet

Grace and Frankie 3 nominations

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Bill Nye and Neil deGrasse Tyson Emmys@ Creative Arts 2016 Red Carpet

Bill Nye 2 nominations

Neil deGrasse Tyson 1 nomination

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Dancing With Comedic Timing ~ Kathryn Burns

Dancing With Comedic Timing ~ Kathryn Burns

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Kathryn Burns (Kat) joins us on the red carpet at the Emmys® Creative Arts Awards. She danced her way to an Emmys® for Outstanding Choreography in My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. She is the first choreographer nominated working with a scripted series.

Joining her for the evening was her gorgeous mother and father. It is an exciting evening and red carpet for the family. Her family plays a large role in her dance career. She began dancing from her older sister’s influence.

Burns dance training includes tap, ballet, contemporary, but her passion is hip-hop. After college, she moved to Hollywood. She was her dream was a backup dancer but released she was too tall and white.

Kathryn turned her attention to comedy. This was not as successful as she envisioned. This left her feeling a little in between dance and comedy. One day someone asked her about dancing when she was doing comedy. She said, “I am a trained dancer.” This question changed her world.

This opens doors to use her comedic training and dance to choreographing for the scripted comedy. She continues to work at Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, presenting live comedy. Improv, sketch, and stand-up.  She has enjoyed being here for over 10 years.

The challenges with choreography with a written script are working with people who may not have formal training, working within the set, characters, script, and camera angles, while meeting comedic timing. Kathryn said, “It is such an honor and humbling experience being recognized by my peers in dance.”

Crazy Ex-Girlfriendawarded one Emmys® Creative Arts for Outstanding Choreography 2016.

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Azteca Bridal ~ Ad

Azteca Bridal ~ Ad

Azteca Bridal sponsored a blue gown for the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce annual Gala (AZHCC). Azteca Bridal, the valley’s premier bridal shop, dressed many for the evening at (AZHCC). This locally owned business established in 1956 is an example of Arizona entrepreneurs. They have dressed families for generations and all occasions.

The wedding superstore has withstood many changes but remained a strong force in high fashion for those in the community. The store has undergone redesigns, news stories giving misinformation, the light rail development, and changes with Internet shopping. Royna Torrez, 2nd generation Azteca Bridal owner, directs the business forward with all the changes surrounding a business.

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This business provides services for life’s most glamorous events:

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They cover a family for a lifetime of memorable events and parties. The key to their success is that they constantly bringing in the latest designers and styles. Their ability to stay connected to the trends, fashion and the local styling brings the best fashion and style in the Phoenix area.

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Daniel Chimowitz Textile Designer ~ Ad

Daniel Chimowitz Textile Designer ~ Ad

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This year we are partnering with Nevow fashion design for La Jolla Fashion Film Festival. Daniel Chimowitz, Nevow’s designer, designs Saturday evening red carpet gown. Artist Chimowitz creates walking canvases of painted textiles and upcycled clothing. He is a mix medium artist, an American Fashion and Textile Designer. His intent is to bring art from Galleries and Museums to the street, as a form of Walking Art.Chimowitz is also known for his painted prints and photography. This will be a perfect look for this fashion film festival. Chimowitz is a mix medium artist, an American Fashion and Textile Designer. His intent is to bring art from Galleries and Museums to the street, as a form of Walking Art.

Born of Lesbians in London but raised in San Francisco, Chimowitzspent many summers in Europe, mainly London and the Basque Country in Spain. He was exposed to the 70’s & 80’s London punk scene along with the flashier men’s style of the Matadors. His second mother is Tlingit, a Native American from Alaska under the Inuit umbrella of cultural influence. At home he was surrounded by Inuit imagery; the simple lines of the Inuit art are calming and the detail stood out more than any other art he studied.

Chimowitz was raised among the LGBT community, a child of The Castro, which shaped his ideas of fashion and the use of colors and imagery. In his textiles, colors are combined with the punk DIY fashion of London, studs from Spain, and simplistic triangles and circles as the focal point.

Chimowitz has studied fashion across cultures and time, and strives to give men a chance to feel like an Emperor and for women to be the Empress.

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