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Shorts & Cinéfondation ~ Cannes Film Festival

Shorts & Cinéfondation ~ Cannes Film Festival


Cannes Film Festival brings the best short and student films each year for viewing. This year is no different. The Jury will be watching and selecting four films from two selections, short films, and Cinéfondation.

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This year, the selection committee has viewed 4240 short films.
The 2019 Short Films Competition comprises 11 films (9 works of fictions, 1 documentary, and 1 animation), from Albania, Argentina, France, Finland, Greece, Israel, Ukraine, Sweden, and the USA.

The Van – Erenik Beqiri

Synopsis – The Van stops, the doors open, and Ben comes out alive. Another few fights and he will be able to leave Albania. He still hopes his father will leave with him.

Anna – Dekel Berenson

Synopsis – Living in war-torn Eastern Ukraine Anna is an aging single mother who is desperate for a change. Lured by a radio advertisement, she goes to party with a group of American men who are touring the country, searching for love.

The Jump Documentary – Vanessa Dumont and Nicholas Davenel

The Distance Between Us and The Sky – Vasilis Keatos

Synopsis – Two strangers meet for the first time at an old gas station. One has stopped to gas up his bike, while the other is just stranded.

All Inclusive – Teemu Nikki

Ingen Lyssnar -Elin Övergaard
Synopsis – The new refugee home for children is being discussed at a public council meeting. Two people standing on opposite sides try to get heard.

And Then The Bear – Agnès Patron

Parparim (Butterflies) – Yona Rozenkier

Monstruo Dios (Mother God) – Agustina San Martin

White Echo – Chloë Sevigny

Synopsis – Five women in their thirties examine their own power in life.

La Siesta (The Nap) – Federico Luis Tachella

Synopsis – A girl wraps her grandmother in a spiral of fantasy that ends up causing amnesia.

Cinéfondation Films Cannes Film Festival

Cinéfondation selection chose 17 films (14 live-action and 3 animated films), from among the 2,000 submitted by schools all over the world. 

Ambience – Wisam A L Jafari

Synopsis: Two young people try to record music inside the camp for a competition. If they succeed, they have the chance to make a music album.

Mano A Mano – Louise Courvoisier

One Hundred and Twenty-eight Thousand – Ondřej Erban

Synopsis – Today, almost one in ten Czechs over the age of 15 face bankruptcy and distraint, and many more fall into the debt trap every day, often without any way out. Karel, however, stands on the other side – his job is to collect debts.

Jeremiah – Kenya Gillespie

Synopsis – A closeted Asian-American high school football player tries to come out to his best friend, but a strange and haunting masked figure stands in his way.

Pura Vida – Martin Gonda

Synopsis – Financial crisis enters the households of a provincial town and people start to lose their jobs. Two adolescent brothers rebel against their father, a factory foreman, who becomes a scapegoat for the frustrated community.

Adam – Shoki Lin

Netek – Yarden Lipshitz

Synopsis – Lidor is a 15 years old girl who lives with her unemployed father Oded. When the electricity in their house shuts down, she must find a way to bring it back.

Solar Plexus – David McShane

Synopsis – Noah battles to overcome his grief following the death of his mother.

Rosso: A True Lie About A Fisherman – Antonio Messana

Synopsis – Clemente is an old Sicilian fisherman who goes on working in spite of his late age. His life is disrupted the day he finds a young refugee’s dead body stuck in the fishnets.

As Up To Now – Katalin Moldovai

Synopsis – Clemente is an old Sicilian fisherman who goes on working in spite of his late age. His life is disrupted the day he finds a young refugee’s dead body stuck in the fishnets.

Favourites – Martin Monk

Synopsis – After falling out with her mother, young Sofia hitchhikes southwards in search of the father she never had.

Roadkill – Leszek Mozga

Synopsis – A stop-motion puppet animated thriller. One alpha male deer goes for an evening car ride and has an unfortunate car accident.

The Little Soul – Barbara Rupik

Synopsis – A dead body gets stuck on the riverbank. Its decaying internal organs still hide a human’s soul. The rotting guts separate and a tiny being crawls out. It sets off on a journey through a post-mortem world.

Hiếu – Richard Van

Synopsis – A Vietnamese-American household receives a surprise visit from a long-lost patriarch after he fails at a get-rich-quick scheme.

Bamboe – Flo Van Deuren

Complex Subject – Olesya Yakovleva

Alien – Yeon Jegwang

Jury Cannes Film Festival

French filmmaker and screenwriter Claire Denis is to lead the Short Films and Cinéfondation Jury this year. She will present three awards for Cinefondation to 17 student films and the Short Film Palme d’or. The jury members are all talented film actresses, actors, directors, and screenwriters.

President
Claire DENIS

Director & screenwriter France – She is a provocative filmmaker. This has made her one of the leading figures in world cinema.

Stacy MARTIN

Actress France – United Kingdom

Eran KOLIRIN

Director & screenwriter – Israel

Panos H. KOUTRAS

Director & screenwriter – Greece

Cătălin MITULESCU

Director, screenwriter & producer – Romania

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This year, the selection committee has viewed 4240 short films.
The 2019 Short Films Competition comprises 11 films (9 works of fictions, 1 documentary, and 1 animation), from Albania, Argentina, France, Finland, Greece, Israel, Ukraine, Sweden, and USA.

The Van – Erenik Beqiri

Synopsis – The Van stops, the doors open, and Ben comes out alive. Another few fights and he will be able to leave Albania. He still hopes his father will leave with him.

Anna – Dekel Berenson

Synopsis – Living in war-torn Eastern Ukraine Anna is an aging single mother who is desperate for a change. Lured by a radio advertisement, she goes to party with a group of American men who are touring the country, searching for love.

The Jump Documentary – Vanessa Dumont and Nicholas Davenel

The Distance Between Us and The Sky – Vasilis Keatos

Synopsis – Two strangers meet for the first time at an old gas station. One has stopped to gas up his bike, while the other is just stranded.

All Inclusive – Teemu Nikki

Ingen Lyssnar -Elin Övergaard
Synopsis – The new refugee home for children is being discussed at a public council meeting. Two people standing on opposite sides try to get heard.

And Then The Bear – Agnès Patron

Parparim (Butterflies) – Yona Rozenkier

Monstruo Dios (Mother God) – Agustina San Martin

White Echo – Chloë Sevigny

Synopsis – Five women in their thirties examine their own power in life.

La Siesta (The Nap) – Federico Luis Tachella

Synopsis – A girl wraps her grandmother in a spiral of fantasy that ends up causing amnesia.

Cinéfondation Films

Cinéfondation selection chose 17 films (14 live-action and 3 animated films), from among the 2,000 submitted by schools all over the world. 

Ambience – Wisam A L Jafari

Synopsis: Two young people try to record music inside the camp for a competition. If they succeed, they have the chance to make a music album.

Mano A Mano – Louise Courvoisier

One Hundred and Twenty-eight Thousand – Ondřej Erban

Synopsis – Today, almost one in ten Czechs over the age of 15 face bankruptcy and distraint, and many more fall into the debt trap every day, often without any way out. Karel, however, stands on the other side – his job is to collect debts.

Jeremiah – Kenya Gillespie

Synopsis – A closeted Asian-American high school football player tries to come out to his best friend, but a strange and haunting masked figure stands in his way.

Pura Vida – Martin Gonda

Synopsis – Financial crisis enters the households of a provincial town and people start to lose their jobs. Two adolescent brothers rebel against their father, a factory foreman, who becomes a scapegoat for the frustrated community.

Adam – Shoki Lin

Netek – Yarden Lipshitz

Synopsis – Lidor is a 15 years old girl who lives with her unemployed father Oded. when the electricity in their house shuts down, she must find a way to bring it back.

Solar Plexus – David McShane

Synopsis – Noah battles to overcome his grief following the death of his mother.

Rosso: A True Lie About A Fisherman – Antonio Messana

Synopsis – Clemente is an old Sicilian fisherman who goes on working in spite of his late age. His life is disrupted the day he finds a young refugee’s dead body stuck in the fishnets.

As Up To Now – Katalin Moldovai

Synopsis – Clemente is an old sicilian fisherman who goes on working in spite of his late age. His life is disrupted the day he finds a young refugee’s dead body stuck in the fishnets.

Favourites – Martin Monk

Synopsis – After falling out with her mother, young Sofia hitchhikes southwards in search of the father she never had.

Roadkill – Leszek Mozga

Synopsis – A stop-motion puppet animated thriller. One alpha male deer goes for an evening car ride and has an unfortunate car accident.

The Little Soul – Barbara Rupik

Synopsis – A dead body gets stuck on the riverbank. Its decaying internal organs still hide a human’s soul. The rotting guts separate and a tiny being crawls out. It sets off on a journey through a post-mortem world.

Hiếu – Richard Van

Synopsis – A Vietnamese-American household receives a surprise visit from a long-lost patriarch after he fails at a get-rich-quick scheme.

Bamboe – Flo Van Deuren

Complex Subject – Olesya Yakovleva

Alien – Yeon Jegwang

Jury

French filmmaker and screenwriter Claire Denis is to lead the Short Films and Cinéfondation Jury this year. She will present three awards for Cinefondation to 17 student films and the Short Film Palme d’or. The jury members are all talented film actresses, actors, directors, and screenwriters.

President
Claire DENIS

Director & screenwriter France – She is a provocative filmmaker. This has made her one of the leading figures in world cinema.

Stacy MARTIN

Actress France – United Kingdom

Eran KOLIRIN

Director & screenwriter – Israel

Panos H. KOUTRAS

Director & screenwriter – Greece

Cătălin MITULESCU

Director, screenwriter & producer – Romania

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Festival de Cannes® 2018 ~ Palme d’or Jury

Festival de Cannes® 2018 ~ Palme d’or Jury

Festival De Cannes® will present the Palme d’or film award, the top award at Cannes. This year marks the 71st year this film festival continues to influence film worldwide. There are 22 films official selected for Palme d’or film award.

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The Jury of the 71st Festival de Cannes®

Jury Palme D’Or Festival De Cannes®

Palme d’or film award jury is presided over by Cate BlanchettAustralian actress, and producer. She fields lots of questions about gender and the festival during the opening press conference. Festival De Cannes® chose only 3 women directors to present this year. She says, “Three female directors in the competition earned their spots.” She goes on to say, “Being attractive does not preclude being intelligent.”  Five women and four men from seven nationalities and four continents join her:

  • Chang Chen (Chinese Actor)
    • Chang Chen made his film debut in the late Edward Yang’s A Brighter Summer Day. He rose to fame in the Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon in 2000.
  • Ava DuVernay (American writer, director, producer)
    • Nominated for the Academy Award and Golden Globe and winner of the BAFTA and EMMY, Ava DuVernay is a writer, director, producer and film distributor known for the historical drama Selma(2014)
  • Robert Guédiguian (French director, writer, producer)
    • The work of Robert Guédiguian, an activist filmmaker, celebrates the city of Marseille where he grew up. Acclaimed by critics when he first started directing in the 80s, he met public success with Marius and Jeannette, which won the Prix Louis-Delluc in 1997.
  • Khadja Nin (Burundian songwriter, composer, singer)
    • Youngest of a family of eight Khadja Nin studied music at an early age, before leaving Africa to go to Europe. Her albums are a mix of occidental pop music, African and afro-cuban rhythms.
  • Léa Seydoux (French actress)
    • Rising to fame with Christophe Honoré’s The Beautiful Personin 2008, Léa Seydoux is an award-winning actress, notably the Palme d’or for Abdelatif Kechiche’s Blue is the Warmest Colour in 2013.
  • Kristen Stewart (American actress)
    • Kristen Stewart has been playing roles since an early age and received widespread recognition in 2008 for The TwilightSaga film series (2008–12).
  • Denis Villeneuve (Canadian director, writer)
    • Internationally renowned and recently two-time Academy Award winner for Blade Runner 2049, Denis Villeneuve made his debut at the National Film Board of Canada in the early 90’s.
  • Andrey Zvyagintsev (Russian director, writer)
    • Multi-award winning filmmaker Andreï Zvyagintsev has already become one of the most respected directors in Russian and international cinema. He directed his first feature film in 2003 The Return, which won him a Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.

Palme d’or In Competition Festival De Cannes®

This year’s official Festival De Cannes® selection for the Palme d’or is highly anticipated and exceptional films. Films come from all over the world representing top directing and actors. Jury members bring a strong influence from their careers, strong backgrounds, and talent that is an asset to this choice of the best film.

This year’s Festival De Cannes® official choice for the Palme d’or is highly anticipated and exceptional films. These nominated films come from all over the world representing top directing and actors include:

  • Asghar FARHADI TODOS LO SABEN (EVERYBODY KNOWS)
  • Stéphane BRIZÉ AT WAR
  • Nuri Bilge CEYLAN AHLAT AGACI (THE WILD PEAR TREE)
  • Sergey DVORTSEVOY AYKA
  • Matteo GARRONE DOGMAN
  • Jean-Luc GODARD LE LIVRE D’IMAGE (THE IMAGE BOOK)
  • Yann GONZALEZ KNIFE + HEART
  • Ryusuke HAMAGUCHI  NETEMO SAMETEMO (ASAKO I & II) (ASAKO I & II)
  • Christophe HONORÉ SORRY ANGEL
  • Eva HUSSON GIRLS OF THE SUN
  • JIA Zhang-Ke JIANG HU ER NV (ASH IS PUREST WHITE)
  • KORE-EDA Hirokazu MANBIKI KAZOKU (SHOPLIFTERS)
  • Nadine LABAKI CAPERNAUM
  • LEE Chang-Dong BURNING
  • Spike LEE BLACKKKLANSMAN 
  • David Robert MITCHELL UNDER THE SILVER LAKE
  • Jafar PANAHI SE ROKH (THREE FACES)
  • Pawel PAWLIKOWSKI ZIMNA WOJNA (COLD WAR)
  • Alice ROHRWACHER LAZZARO FELICE (HAPPY AS LAZZARO)
  • Kirill SEREBRENNIKOV LETO
  • A.B. SHAWKY YOMEDDINE 1st film
  • Terry GILLIAM THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE

You can see the screening guide here. This award is announced May 19 at the film festival closing ceremony.

This 71st year will continue to evolve film worldwide. Stay tuned here for coverage of events from fashion, red carpet, actresses/actors, and films.

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Cannes Film Festival ~ Seventy Years Influencing Film

Cannes Film Festival ~ Seventy Years Influencing Film

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70th Festival De Cannes Film Festival 2017 ©Bronx (Paris). Photo: Claudia Cardinale ©Archivio Cameraphoto Epoche/Getty Images Courtesy Cannes Film Festival

Festival De Cannes seventy years of influencing the film industry. The top international film festival worldwide. This festival, held in the beautiful resort town on the French Riviera, is the top publicized event from the films presented to celebrities on the red carpet.

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The Cannes® Film Festival started in 1947 by, Jean Zay, Minister for Education and Fine Arts, who was keen to establish an international cultural event in France to rival the Venice Film Festival.” This festival received international recognition for the films and celebrities in the mid-1950s. The first time the festival top award, Palme d’or, went to the film Marty.  Today the film festival recognizes short and medium length films (Caméra d’Or), student films (Cinéfondation),  best first film presentation (Un Certain Regard), and best film (Palme d’or).

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This year Uma Thurman  is serving as the president of the Un Certain Regard Jury.  Uma Thurman brings her 20 year experience as an actress and director in the film industry. The prize list of films will be presented May 27, 2017.

Palme d’or film award jury is presided by Pedro Almodóvar, scriptwriter, director, and states,  “‘I am very happy to be able to celebrate the Festival de Cannes 70th anniversary from such a privileged position. I am grateful, honoured and a bit overwhelmed. I am aware of the responsibility that entails being the president of the jury and I hope to be up to the job.” He is joined by 4 men and 4 women:

Each jury member brings a strong influence with their career backgrounds and talent. This award is announced May 28 at the film festival closing ceremony.

Jane Campion heading up Cinéfondation. Campion is not new to Cannes. Her film, The Piano, awarded the Palme d’or in 1993. The jury is made up of five eminent film and literature . This jury selects their three prize winners from among the Cinéfondation’s selection of film school entrants.  This film award is presented at the closing ceremonies.

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Caméra d’O jury presided by Sandrine Kiberlain, French actress. This is awarded to the first film in all categories combined. Kiberlain states, “I am honoured and excited to discover new directors.” She will present this award at the closing ceremony

This year’s film festival presents many anticipated films.

Palme d’or Official Selection

  • A Gentle Creature (Director Sergei Loznitsa)
  • (BPM) Beats Per Minute (Director Robin Campillo)
  • Good Time (Directors Benny & Josh Safdie)
  • Happy End (Director Michael Haneke)
  • In the Fade (Director Fatih Akin)
  • Jupiter’s Moon (Director Kornél Mundruczó)
  • Loveless (Director Andrey Zvyagintsev)
  • Okja (DirectorBong Joon-ho)
  • Radiance (DirectorNaomi Kawase)
  • Redoubtable (Director Michel Hazanavicius)
  • The Beguiled (Director Sofia Coppola)
  • The Day After (Director Hong Sang-soo)
  • The Killing of a Sacred Deer (dir: Yorgos Lanthimos)
  • The Meyerowitz Stories (Director Noah Baumbach)
  • The Square (Director Ruben Ostlund)
  • Wonderstruck (Director Todd Haynes)
  • You Were Never Really Here (Director Lynne Ramsay)

Un Certain Regard Official Selection

  • April’s Daughter (Director Michel Franco)
  • Barbara (Director Mathieu Amalric)
  • Beauty and the Dogs (Director Kaouther Ben Hania)
  • Before We Vanish (Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa)
  • Closeness (Director Kantemir Balagov)
  • Directions (Director Stephan Komandarev)
  • Dregs (Director Mohammad Rasoulof)
  • Jeune Femme (Director Léonor Serraille)
  • L’Atelier (Director Laurent Cantet)
  • La Cordillera (Director Santiago Mitre)
  • Lucky (DirectorSergio Castellitto)
  • Out (DirectorGyörgy Kristóf)
  • The Desert Bride (Directors Cecilia Atan and Valeria Pivato)
  • The Nature of Time (Director Karim Moussaoui)
  • Walking Past the Future (Director Li Ruijun)
  • Western (Director Valeska Grisebach)
  • Wind River (Director Taylor Sheridan)

Palme d’or Official Selection

  • A Drowning Man (Director Mahdi Fleifel)
  • Across My Land (Director Fiona Godivier)
  • Damana (Director Andrés Ramirez Pulido)
  • Katto (The Ceiling) (Director Teppo Airaksinen)
  • Koniec Widzenia (Time To Go) (Director Grzegorz Molda)
  • Lunch Time (Director Alireza Ghasemi)
  • Pépé Le Morse animation (Grandpa Walrus) (Director Lucrèce Andreae)
  • Push It (Director Julia Thelin)
  • Xiao Cheng Er Yue (A Gentle Night) (Director Qiu Yang)

Cinéfondation Official Selection

  • Afternoon Clouds (Director Payal Kapadia)
  • A Perdre Haleine (Director Léa Krawczyk)
  • Atlantîda, 2003 (Atlantis, 2003) (Director Michal Blasko)
  • Ben Mamshich (Heritage) (Director Yuval Aharoni)
  • Camouflage (Director Imge Özbilge)
  • Deux Égarés Sont Morts (Director Tommaso Usberti)
  • Give Up The Ghost (Director Marian Mathias)
  • Heyvan (Animal) (Director Bahman Ark)
  • Láthatatlanul (Invisibility) (Director Áron Szentéteri)
  • Lejla (Director Stijn Bouma)
  • Paul Est Lá (Paul Is Here) (Director Valentina Maurel)
  • Pequeno Manifiesto En Contra Del Cine Solemne (Little Manifesto Against Solemn Cinema) (Director Roberto Porta)
  • Tokeru (Director Aya Igashi)
  • Vazio Do Lado De Fora (Empty On The Outside) (Director Eduardo Brandao Pinto)
  • Wild Horses (Director Rory Stewart)
  • Yin Shian Bien Jlan Gon Lu (Towards The Sun) (Director Wang Yi-Ling)

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Cheers to Art Basel Miami ~ Daniel Chimowitz

Cheers to Art Basel Miami ~ Daniel Chimowitz

In writing this article, I first found myself repeating what I wrote last year. I guess I really want you to understand how much I love being amongst fellow artists, art enthusiasts, and art. So instead of reiterating my love of Art Basel Miami, I am here to tell you which of the art I would want to rip off the wall and take home with me …AND to take you on a journey to the party splendor that glows within Art Basel Miami.

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In this concentrated sea of art, there is a hope that just around the corner displays a heart-stopping piece from one of my favorite artists or something new and amazing. I found 3 needles and a pair of shoes in this haystack of art.

Jean Dubuffet, The painter of all time. I dropped my jaw when I saw his paintings on the wall of the Landau Fine Art salon. Not only was I blown away by their beauty, I was shocked to see them in front of me, here at Art Basel, in Miami, when Jean Dubuffet worked diligently to keep many of his paintings together in his own Foundation in France, the Dubuffet Foundation. I went into a dreamlike state. I feel connected. His abstract lines and images appeal to the inner workings of my infamous crazy mind. It is as if Dubuffet was looking deep within me to calm me with the warmth of his pastels and deep-set figures. He is self-taught, famous within is home, France, and abroad. Cheers, Art Basel! For providing a venue where I can indulge in the art that I wouldn’t fathom seeing on the beach of Miami, and here I can go up to art and take a selfie, something impossible to do at his museum in Paris.

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Erró, a famed artist from Iceland, took center stage at the Convention Center.  In the U.S. we would call him a pop artist, taking what’s current and displaying it in an art form. His rendition of the war in the Middle East is definitely eye-catching. Lots of detail and strong imagery. I could have looked at it for hours, finding many hidden meanings among the paint. This Erró is all in grayscale, which makes it move thick and slow in my veins. For this visceral feeling, I have nominated to be amongst the greatest on my living room wall, though, because of the dark imagery my partner would sequester it into my studio. I can be inspired by it there, no problem. Who wants to gift this to my man cave?

The 3rd needle I found requires a jackhammer or just your average crowbar for me to take the art home. Chanoir is one of my favorite street artists. Again, Cheers, Art Basel! This time for Wynnwood, the place to see Street Art in all of its glory. Chanoir is living room approved! I love the never-ending use of color and happiness in his art. Looking on the walls he canvases, I feel the sugar rush from eating my imaginary bowl of everything I love that is filled with everything that is (quote) “bad” for you. Since I can’t quite take an original like this home with me, I can at least Like his Facebook page…and so can you: https://www.facebook.com/chanoir1980/ 

Now on to the festivities…

My shoes, yes my shoes always get more attention than anything else I’m wearing. That’s because I’m obsessed with Jeremy Scott’s designs, his are the only shoes I’ve worn for the last 3 years, minus a pair of Italian driving loafers. He is one of my favorite designers of all time, Alexander McQueen of course is my absolute favorite, but I will never meet him, unfortunately. So attending the Jeremy Scott party was The Highlight of my Basel (yes, I just possessed “Basel”).  It begins to rain les chats et les chiens as I saunter in with my Go for Gold with Latest Wings 3.0. The rain cleared the dance floor. The DJ didn’t stop and someone covers him so the party can go on! I take cover quickly and realize that I’m right next to Mr. Jeremy Scott. We take a photo, chat about his awesome work, and then about 25 of us flood the stage and dance in the rain. The staff is freaking, people are jumping in the pool. I’m freaking the stage and feeling thankful again. This time for Swarovski for making a mobile phone attachment that makes my photo of Jeremy Scott so dreamy.

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Another memorable event was the Ducati’s Scrambler party. I didn’t bring my Italian driving loafers to Miami this year, but I could smell the tasty Italian leather as I walked past a line of Lamborghinis outside the hotel, they were of all shapes and colors. One was painted in slated gold camouflage. [insert whistle] The attendees were beyond well dressed, Italy’s finest. Everyone I met could be a friend for life. Not sure why I’m mentioning this, maybe just to give you another side of Art Basel, or to keep the memory alive. Moving on…

Art Gaysel, definitely an honorable mention. It’s my fourth year at Art Basel and this year was the first that I found the subsection. Throughout Art Basel there seems to be something for everyone. I felt at home at the Hotel Gaythering’s Art Gaysel, back in the Castro in San Francisco where I grew up in the LGBT community. This painting is the only one that didn’t have a cock on it. Cheers!

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