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Trailer Roundup: News Films From Viggo Mortensen, Adam Driver + More

FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, Sam Taylor-Johnson Co-starring Dakota Johnson, and directed by Sam Taylor-Wood, the film tells the steamy saga of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele, one a handsome billionaire, the other a literature student, and how their kinks and in-the-bedroom preferences, bring them together. May the handcuffs be with you. And while fans of [...]

November 15, 2014 0
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Watch Marion Cotillard in the First U.S. Trailer for ‘Two Days, One Night’

Earlier this year we spoke to Marion Cotillard about her incredible performance in the Dardenne Brothers’ new film Two Days, One Night. Speaking to the film, we noted that: ….with her latest film Two Days, One Night, Cotillard lends her talents to legendary filmmakers Jean-Pierre Luc Dardenne to tell the story of woman, Sandra, just [...]

November 14, 2014 0
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Wildly Precious: Inside Stories from the World’s Most Exclusive Cartier Collections

Treasures from the collections of the Duchess of Windsor, Cole Porter, and Maria Felix. Images courtesy of Cartier. If you live in Denver, starting today you can be one of the lucky few to check out the world-exclusive exhibition of Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th Century, featuring all things Cartier from 1900-1975. As with any [...]

November 14, 2014 0
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Concerts You Should Be Seeing This Week: Johnny Marr, The New Pornographers + More

Photo courtesy of Benjamin Lozovsky/BFAnyc.com THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. Singer/songwriter Mitski hits Brooklyn DIY favorite the Silent Barn. She’s celebrating the release of her new album Bury Me At Makeout Creek, out now on Double Double Whammy. It’s full of gritty, gripping imagery that’s sure to draw you in. 8pm, 603 Bushwick Ave, Brooklyn, NY. Catch jaunty [...]

November 14, 2014 0
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Why Does Time Magazine Want to Ban the Word ‘Feminist’?

Okay, so by now we know what a feminist is, right? Or do we not? It’s honestly really simple. The definition of a ‘feminist’ is someone who advocates social, political, legal, and economic right for women equal to those of men. There you go! So if you support all those rights, sure, you could consider [...]

November 14, 2014 0
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Hear Lorde’s Cover of Jeremih’s ‘Don’t Tell Em’

Photo courtesy of David X Prutting/BFAnyc.com Lorde may not be the first name that comes to mind when thinking about Hip Hop—despite “Royals” reaching success within the Hip Hop community—however, the eighteen-year-old artist has shown interest periodically since her career’s explosion. She’s covered tracks like Kanye‘s “Flashing Lights” live in concert, and has actually continued her musical [...]

November 14, 2014 0
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Revival & Renaissance: Rediscovering the Greatness of Midtown with Renaissance Hotel 57

They assemble from across the five boroughs. Writers, songwriters, artists, producers and music nerds, meeting once a week in the Village, usually in hotels, restaurants, bars, occasionally a studio–a new location every time. Under the moniker Folk Revival, they meet to discuss and critique rap albums, sharing their reviews across social media. Up until a [...]

November 14, 2014 0
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17 Films to See This Weekend: Fassbinder, Tarkovsky, Visconti + More

Sundays may be a “wan, stuff shadow of a robust Saturday” or a day of “forced leisure for folks who have no aptitude for leisure,” but a weekend is still a weekend. The pleasure of a Friday night, the knowing the burdens of work week have a brief respite carry themselves into the following two [...]

November 13, 2014 0
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Synth Pop Legend Thomas Dolby Turns DJ

Thomas Dolby became very famous by means of the virtually unthinkable: he made records that combined science and sexuality, technology and gawky humanity. He also dragged the synthesizer out of its brooding, dystopian alcove, and forever made it part of the mainstream pop landscape with chart topping hits like “She Blinded Me With Science”, “Hyperactive!” and [...]

November 13, 2014 0
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See Marion Cotillard in the Sexy New Music Video ‘Snapshot In LA’

Thanks to her Oscar-winning performance in La Vie En Rose, all know know French actress Marion Cotillard can certainly melt our hearts and unhinge our tear ducts with her incredible voice. But now, we’ve treated to a more slinky, sultry side of Cotillard’s musical abilities in a collaboration with Joseph Mount of Metronomy and Villaine. Titled “Snapshot In [...]

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