Alias Ruby Blade

by Alexander Roberto Moust November 19, 2012 Film
Alias Ruby Blade

A Story of Love and Revolution When East Timor became independent from its occupier, Indonesia, the youngest democracy of the 21st century was born. At the core of that event possibly taking place a large number of political actions had to be made before this independence came into being. Told from the perspective of human […]

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Beyond Wriezen

by Alexander Roberto Moust November 18, 2012 Film
Beyond Wriezen

When Daniel Abma was still a young guy he always felt afraid to get close to criminals like the three guys who are the leading characters in Abma’s three-year long filmic study with a videocamera. Before that time he had already been able to come up close to them in prison where he was working […]

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Bravehearts

by Alexander Roberto Moust November 18, 2012 Film
Bravehearts

When director Kari-Anne Moe and cameraman Havard Fossum were doing their shooting of a documentary on 4 young political activists in Norway, a terrible event shocked the Norwegian nation of the assault and murders on the 22nd of July 2011. This day is enshrined in the conscience of all Norwegians and bringing the mad assassin […]

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IDFA

by Alexander Roberto Moust November 14, 2012 Film
IDFA

The world largest Documentary Film Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary in Amsterdam.

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Sjaak Hullekes

by Alexander Roberto Moust November 12, 2012 Fashion

‘’I am a Libra, Comfortable & Creative ‘’   He started its collaboration with the Paris-based press-office PRESSING in 2009. As a result of this collaboration his clothing has been used for many editorial photo-shoots, and covered in magazines. Sjaak Hullekes: We have introduced the Sjaak Hullekes brand in the summer of 2008 at the […]

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Andrea Mohr

by Alexander Roberto Moust November 12, 2012 Fashion
Andrea Mohr

Ingredients of daily life and work of a successful young menswear designer: In the summer of 2012, I spoke with Andrea Mohr, dedicated to making her work reach out to an international audience. We spoke of 7 elementary topics:   Andrea Mohr: ‘’detail-oriented, driven and sometimes quite stubborn’’ ABK Maastricht-Fashion Design B.A. in 2012   1)  International […]

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My Muse

by MarionBloem June 4, 2012 Literature
Muse

My muse has moved into a nursing home The door that leads outside is locked There is a magic code   Four digits that my muse no longer knows Written near the doorjamb, this: The password is the year in which we’re living   The present will never be her later Before she won’t recall […]

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You are no sonnet

by MarionBloem June 4, 2012 Literature
Marion Bloem

Some hide their sorrow cutting stripes in sour shoulders Some store problems in drawers pushing all what hurts with trash in cans while others avoid looking at anything reminding them of stinging smart   Several drink their dark past away in huge high glasses on the rocks to be knocked asleep whining. There are the ones chatting, chuckling and we’ll never catch the darkness behind their shiny […]

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On the Road again?

by Alexander Roberto Moust May 24, 2012 Film
on the road by salles

In development for decades by Francis Ford Coppola, who remains a key producer on the film, the eagerly anticipated big screen adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s “On The Road” has been a long time coming. But the project’s lengthy journey has finally seen the light of day, as the post-production was finished recently and the European […]

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Golden Age at TEFAF and Drents Museum

by Annelien Bruins April 9, 2012 Art
Sancai pottery horse and rider. Image courtesy of Ben Janssens Oriental Art

Horses are not indigenous to China although they formed a crucial part of the military power of the Tang dynasty, whose emperors ruled the Empire from 618 to 907 AD. At that time riding was a popular pass-time among the Chinese elite who could afford the upkeep of their stables: horses were a status symbol, […]

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