Saturday, October 29, 2016

Sabrina Ioffreda


Denkendorf, October 2016

Daria Strokous

Window faces

Regensburg, October 2016

Rianne Van Rompaey

A day in the life, Oct 26

A day in the life, Oct 26, Regensburg by night

Olivia Palermo

ph: Holt Renfrew

New York

Firemen fighting a fire during icy weather. Location New York, NY, US. Date taken February 4, 1960. Photographer Al Fenn

Josephine Skriver

First Lines: Margaret Mead - Coming of Age in Samoa

During the last hundred years parents and teachers have ceased to take childhood and adolescnce for granted.

Masha Skokova

ph: Hovo Arakelyan


Denkendorf, October 2016


ph: Jürgen Teller

A day in the life, Oct 25

A day in the life, Oct 25, at work

Ashley Smith

ph: Yu Tsai

New Stuff: Quay Brothers

Alina Krasina

ph: Lev Efimov

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Clare Cirillo

ph: Kelsey Fain


Denkendorf, October 2016

Charlotte Le Bon

ph: Ellen von Unwerth

A day in the life, Oct 24

A day in the life, Oct 24, at work

Aleksandra "Ola" Rudnicka

ph: Norman Jean Roy

New York

NYC. Union Square, 1950 Louis Faurer

Natalia Vodianova

First Lines: Douglas R. Hofstadter - Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid

One of the most central notions in this book is that of a formal system.

Natasa Vojnovic


Dino-Park, Denkendorf, October 2016

Megan Williams

A day in the life, Oct 23

A day in the life, Oct 23, autumn leaves

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Polina Oganicheva

Raid on Rommel (1971)

In 1942 Libya, a German-speaking British Intelligence officer uses former British POWs, some dressed in German uniforms, to fulfill a secret sabotage mission inside German-captured Tobruk.

Mediocre war adventure on a B-movie level - quite a waste of talent.

Halliwell (no star): "Dispirited low-budget actioner apparently first intended for television."

Maltin*1/2: "Poor excuse to utilize old desert footage (mostly from TOBRUK) and new faces in worn-out WW2 actioner."

Yana Dobrolyubova

ph: Igor Pavlov

New Stuff: The New Yorker

art: Malika Favre

Isabella Emmack

Schtonk (1992)

An art forger and a journalist desperate for a big story create biggest press scandal in German history: the Hitler Diaries.

Typically unfunny German satire that doesn't realize that the true story it is based on is in itself so unlikely and wildly amusing that it didn't need the exaggerations of a comedy.

Halliwell (no star): "The heavy-handed farcical treatment of an hilarious true story provides little amusement, although it was a great success in its home country."

Ashley Hart

ph: Jason Lee Parry

New Stuff: Monolake

Sasha Luss

ph: Daniel Riera

Young Mr. Lincoln (1939)

A fictionalized account of the early life of the American president as a young lawyer facing his greatest court case.

Basically a courtroom mystery this movie has more to offer with its beautiful and poetic cinematography and a splendid cast, and Henry Fonda's portayal of Abraham Lincoln is meticulous.

Halliwell***: "Splendid performances and period atmosphere are rather nipped  in the bud by second-feature courtroom twists, but this is a marvellous old-fashioned entertainment with its heart in the right place."

Maltin***1/2: "Not so much a historical document as a slice of Americana, filtered throuth the sensibilities of director Ford and screenwriter Lamar Trotti. The early episodic portion of the film, covering Abe Lincoln's formative years, includes some of Ford's most lyrical moments, luminously photographed by Bert Glennon."

Who's That Girl?

Art: Caspar David Friedrich

Inka Colliander


Denkendorf, October 2016

Chloë Sevigny


Regensburg, October 2016