Larisa Katz Fashion Baroque Federica Neri C-Room Animal Fashion Cannes film festival

Born and raised in the former Soviet Union in 1974, but now living in the southern part of the Netherlands, Larisa Katz has always been passionate about art and the wonders of the world as she sees it.
The collection created C-Room byFederica Neri is composed of highly feminine items to create an atmosphere of “exoteric”with its red velvet or black diamond decorated maxi channels “platinum”, bronze and steel.

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Larisa Katz Fashion Baroque Federica Neri C-Room Animal Fashion Cannes film festival

Né et élevé dans l’ex-Union soviétique en 1974, mais vit maintenant dans la partie sud des Pays-Bas, Larisa Katz a toujours été passionnée par l’art et les merveilles du monde comme elle le voit.
La collection C-Room créée par Federica Neri est composée d’articles hautement féminins afin de créer une atmosphère “exotérique” avec ses velours diamant noir ou rouges ornés de maxi chaînes en “platine”, bronze et acier,

Nascido e criado na ex-União Soviética em 1974, mas agora vivendo no sul da Holanda, Larisa Katz sempre foi apaixonado sobre a arte e as maravilhas do mundo como ela vê.
A coleção criada C-ROOM by Federica Neri é composto de itens altamente feminina para criar a atmosfera do ano “exotérico” com veludo vermelho TIC diamante negro ouro decorado canais maxi “platina”, bronze e aço.

Nacido y criado en la ex Unión Soviética en 1974, pero ahora vive en la parte sur de los Países Bajos, Larisa Katz ha sido siempre un apasionado de arte y las maravillas del mundo como lo ve.
La colección de creación C-ROOM by Federica Neri Se compone de elementos muy femenina para crear una atmósfera de año “exotérica” de terciopelo rojo TIC del diamante del oro negro decorado máximo los canales de “platino”, bronce y acero.

Nata e cresciuta in Unione Sovietica nel 1974, ma ora che vive nella parte meridionale dei Paesi Bassi, Larisa Katz è sempre stato appassionato d’arte e le meraviglie del mondo come la vede lei.
La collezione creata by Federica C-ROOM Neri è composto di elementi molto femminili per creare un’atmosfera di anno “esoterica” con velluto rosso TIC oro diamante nero decorato maxi canali “platino”, bronzo e acciaio.

The association Action Innocence Monaco traditional auction of Christmas trees, attended by Charlene Wittstock

The association Action Innocence Monaco held Tuesday, December 8, 2010,its traditional auction of

Christmas trees, which was attended by Charlene Wittstock

Miss Charlene Wittstock has lent her support to members of the association Action Innocence Monaco for the seventh auction. The 29 precious trees created by generous donors for Action Innocence Monaco have been sold in the lobby of the Hotel de Paris.

L’association monégasque Action Innocence:en présence de Charlene Wittstock, aux enchères de sapins de Noël.

L’association monégasque Action Innocence a organisé mardi 8 décembre 2010, en présence de Charlene Wittstock, sa traditionnelle vente aux enchères de sapins de Noël.

Melle Charlene Wittstock a apporté son soutien aux membres de l’association Action Innocence Monaco pour cette septième vente aux enchères. Les 29 sapins précieux créés par de généreux donateurs pour Action Innocence Monaco ont trouvé acquéreurs, dans le hall de l’Hôtel de Paris. Plus de 100 000 euros ont été récoltés pour soutenir l’association qui oeuvre pour la protection des enfants sur internet

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Bran Nue dae

SYDNEY | Mon Feb 22, 2010 10:57am EST By Amy Pyett

SYDNEY (Reuters Life!) – Australia’s indigenous films have come of age with a series of box office successes for movies depicting not only the harsh reality of life for disadvantaged Aborigines but also their comic streak and rich culture.

“Bran Nue Dae,” a comic coming of age tale, took A$2.6 million ($2.34 million) at the Australian box office during its first week in January and has received widespread acclaim at the Sundance and Toronto film festivals.

“To be at each of those film festivals is unprecedented,” said director Rachel Perkins, who also screened her film at the Berlin film festival. “It’s a badge of honor in itself, so we are very proud of that.”

“There are a lot of filmmakers that have realized that there are great stories to be told that come from the indigenous world. It’s the first time that we’ve had something mainstream and comic and so it’s managed to cut through,” she added.

“I hope that it becomes another voice in the conversation about what Australia is about. Because, ultimately, cinema reflects the stories of a people and a country and there are many voices in Australia and Bran Nue Dae is one of them.”

Bran Nue Dae has broken out of arthouse cinemas to be screened in mainstream movie complexes and heralds a shift in Australian cinema, say the country’s film critics.

Sydney Morning Herald newspaper film critic Sandra Hall says Bran Nue Dae may encourage other Australian filmmakers to use a light touch in telling aboriginal stories.

Australia’s disadvantaged 460,000 Aborigines make up about 2 percent of the population. They have a 17-year lower life expectancy than other Australians and suffer higher rates of unemployment, imprisonment, domestic abuse and substance abuse.

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Bran Nue Dae is based on the hit 1990 play by Jimmy Chi about a teenage boy’s search for his aboriginal identity and tracks his comic journey from the city to his outback home to meet a girl.

Director Perkins said she was drawn to the story because of, “its cheekiness and its humor and its subversive undertone.”

Bran Nue Dae is in the same whacky, comic genre as internationally successful Australian movies “Priscilla Queen of the Desert” and “Muriel’s Wedding,” she added.

The film reportedly took more than A$5 million in three weeks, putting it in the top 50 Australian films of all time at the local box office, says Inside Film (www.if.com.au).

Ernie Dingo, one of Australia’s leading aboriginal actors and a star in Bran Nue Dae, says the recent line of indigenous films, which also include “Stoner Bros,” “Samson and Delilah” and “10 Canoes,” have appealed to a broader, more receptive audience.

“For those who like something different, that like something Australiana, they’ll find the beauty in it,” Dingo said.