Top 5 Festival Looks for 2014

Originally posted on Haute&Hungry:

Hey everyone! Sorry for taking such a long hiatus! I have been swamped with school work and other things at work and sort of neglected my blog :( But I’m back in action!

Coachella kicked off their first weekend last week and that sparked the idea to do a feature post on my top 5 festival looks for 2014!

Look #1 Boho.

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Look #2 Print on Print

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Look #3 Brights

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Look #4 Black and White

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Look #5

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‘Inside the Heart of a Poet – Fictionalizing Jim Morrison’s final days with ‘The Last Beat’ by Robert Saitzyk

Originally posted on filmcouragevideos:

 ‘Inside the Heart of a Poet – Fictionalizing  Jim Morrison’s final days with 'The Last Beat' by Robert Saitzyk

Sundance alum Robert Saitzyk on his fictional film attempting to explore the psychology of who Jim Morrison might have been at the end of his life. “I feel like Morrison just kind of knew at this point that this was the last act & there was this deep fatigue for all things in this world that seemed to prevent him from doing the one thing that I think saved his sanity before — writing, writing poetry, & even maybe prevented him from loving the way he wanted.”

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Flash Back Fashion Coachella. The Actresses.

Originally posted on Own The Runway Official :

In the spirit of Coachella over the next three days we will be looking back over the years of the festival style from The Models, The Musicians & The Actresses that grace the grassy fields.

 It seems only right to start of with the Queen of Coachella. Yes you guess it Kate Bosworth. Kate is freakin’ festival fabulous year after year. We’re sure this year will be no exception, is it sad that we are excited to see what she will be wearing?

kate bosworth coachella 2014  If Kate Bosworth is the Queen of Coachella then Vanessa Hudgens has to be the Princess, her boho style married with the ever cool Coachella seems to work too well for our envious brains.

vanessa hudgens coachella 2014 No Coachella fashion rundown would be completely without Lily Collins, Emma Watson & of course Alexa. We know she isn’t strictly an actress but she’s on TV so we are throwing her in…

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The Last Beat film Update: Crowdfund

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The film follows “the final days of Jay Douglas, famous American rock star, in a turbulent, but exhilarating early 1970′s Paris. Inspired by the last days of rock and pop culture icon Jim Morrison, the film is not in any way a traditional biopic, but a lyrical study of a brilliant, complex, and troubled soul. Tragic and comedic, at the film’s core are Jay’s broken, but passionate relationships with the two women in his life — Clemence, a glamorous Countess, and his professed “soul-mate,” Valerie Eason, an earthy red-haired beauty from golden California.”

“The Last Beat”  stars Shawn Andrews (Dazed and Confused) as Jay Douglas, Cameron Richardson(Shameless, Harper’s Island) as Valerie, with Martha Higareda (Street Kings), Kevin Corrigan (Pineapple Express, The Mentalist), Seymour Cassel (Heist), Courtney Halverson (Godspeed, Death Valley), Leah Cevoli (Deadwood, Robot Chicken) and Helenna Santos (American Reunion, BlackBoxTv).

It looks like a cool project, and its in-progress IndieGoGo campaign is going very well.  The Last Beat is currently sitting at $32,875 of its $100,000 goal, and it still has 14 days to get there. There are (as always) some fantastic rewards up for grabs, including shootouts, production diaries, copies of the completed film, limited edition shirts, and even extra roles in the film (and more).

http://www.ridewiththebeat.com/

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http://www.geekscape.net/crowdfund-this-the-last-beat

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Review: Love Letters To The Dead

Originally posted on Oh, The {Book} Feels!:

Love Letters To The Dead by Ava Dellaira

Review by Ursula U.

 

4 out of 5 stars

 

This book had me at Kurt Cobain! Today April 5th of 2014 marks 20 years since Kurt left us and I still miss him as much as the day I heard the awful news about his passing. I was instantly intrigued when I read about the format in which this book was written, I have read books before in which the main characters addresses another via written form, but this is completely new to me. Love Letters to the Dead was written in its entirety in letters to different celebrities that have passed away.

The book opens with “Dear Kurt Cobain”, and my heart skipped a beat, in my bones I felt this book would be special. Laurel is dealing with more than one tragic event in her life though not all…

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