Posted on November 13, 2012
Here’s a treat for all The Royal Tenenbaums fans out there –
Criterion has shared the book and magazine covers that appeared in the film. Which one is your favourite?
Posted on November 8, 2012
Back on track!
pop.see.cul is back on track so keep on checking us everyday! and of course Happy Halloween everyone, (better late than never right?)
Here are pictures of us dressed as Alex, from Clockwork Orange and Karl Lagerfeld.
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Posted on May 30, 2012
Luxury brand Prada released a short movie directed by Roman Polanski, starring Helena Bonham Carter and Ben Kingsley. The film had its premiere this week during the Cannes Film Festival, right before the official screening of Polanski’s film Tess. [tube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gl-kaGumng[/tube]
‘’The chance to dwell on what the fashion world represents nowadays and the fact that it is accompanied by so many stereotypes is fascinating and at the same time a bit upsetting, but you definitely cannot ignore it. It’s very refreshing to know that there are still places open to irony and wit and, for sure, Prada is one of them” explained Roman Polanski.
Posted on May 29, 2012
Istanbul International Arts & Culture festival.
Such a wonderful weekend full of inspiration!
DAY 2: Andrew Dominik-Alphan Eseli, Zoe Cassavetes-Jefferson Hack, Nate Lowman-Pınar Yolaçan, Robin Rhode, Mario Sorrenti-Cecilia Dean, Carine Roitfeld ( location : Vakko Fashion Center )
To watch the video please click HERE
CARINE ROITFELD ”IRREVERENT” book signing at the VİTALI HAKKO Creative Industries Library
The event continued with The Festival Gala After party at The boom boom room (Esma Sultan Yalısı)
DAY 3: Mark Romanek-Ilker Canikligil, Ferzan Özpetek-Pelin Batu, Aaron Young&Chiara Clemente,Ayşe Kulin-Barbaros Altuğ (location : Tophane-i Amire)
Posted on May 24, 2012
Most of the Photos from Love & Magic.
Posted on March 7, 2012
One night, one girl, one guy.
Anne Émonds’ film is an intimate study of a one-night stand. Clara and Nikolai meet at a club and end their night at Nikolai’s apartment. The movie has three different parts. The first part is an erotic portrait of their lovemaking. The second part is ‘Nikolai’s story’ and in the last part we go through ‘Clara’s story’. This typical hookup takes an unexpected turn.
Mood of the movie
Why you should watch it – The story is very real. The conversations are not boring at all (on the contrary, very deep and moving). Everyone will find something of their own. The soundtrack is great. You really get into the characters.
Posted on March 3, 2012
We’ve wanted to post about this movie for ages now (maybe even before we actually started pop.see.cul). But anyway, better late than never right? A Swedish Love Story, filmed in 1970, became sort of an underground cult hit because of its straight-forward storytelling and honest imagery. The film is about two Swedish teens named Annika and Pär who fall in love, both too shy to communicate their feelings for each other. If you haven’t watched this movie yet, please do! ( although it’s a bit difficult to find it!). And the styling! The way they are dressed, it’s absolutely amaaaazing!