Joanna Newsom - "We sailed away on a winter's day with faith as malleable as clay"
Bela Bartok (1881-1945) in America (New School 1940) during rehearsal with violonist Rudolph Kolish for Music for Strings, Percussion and Celeste. Photograph.
Fotos - Franz Poenitz
Joanna Newsom at Fantasy Studios a while back. She's looking and sounding beautiful!
Joanna Newsom. fall
Federico Fellini, Rome, 1940 [about the time of his arrival to Rome] -nd I didnt come to Rome to make films. I sort of happened into the cinema; I dont even think Ive had teachers. Rossellini was a fundamental influence, because it was when I worked with him that I understood that for me the cinema was not only my best way of expression, but the way of life I liked best. It so happens that for me, with my laziness and my curiosity, film-making that is, relating my m
A young Ernest Hemingway in hospital during the war. It makes no sense that those words came from this man and transformed him down through all the circles of hell. But it is also proof that life is about moments, and we should not forget these.
When film queen Grace Kelly assumes her real life role of 'her serene highness' Princess of Monaco, she might well enchant her Prince (Ranier III) with some serene notes on the palace harp (if any). Grace is shown trying her hand at the harp on the set of her recently completed but not yet released film 'The Swan.' The harp was used in several sequences in the romantic comedy.