The Fascinating Story of the Man Behind Hollywood’s Silver Screen Glamour from Bette Davis to Marilyn Monroe

You’ve seen his work in hundreds of classic films like “Some Like It Hot”, “Casablanca”, “An American in Paris” and “Now Voyager” to name a sliver of his work dressing the most iconic actresses of our time including, Rosalind Russell, Marilyn Monroe and Bette Davis. His name is Orry-Kelly and his work and life are […] Click to read more »

The Docs of Frameline Are Excellent Mix of Historic and History Making

by Kevin M. Thomas @reelkev Documentaries at Frameline 40, San Francisco’s LGBT Film Festival, are extremely topical, making this one of the best Frameline festivals ever. While not all movies were available to screen, and due to time contraints I haven’t seen all of the options, but here’s a few highlights. “Southwest of Salem:  The […] Click to read more »

“Smoke and Mirrors” exhibition by Jason Bryant combines the artist love of skateboarding and classic film

Jason Bryant is an artist who’s love for skateboarding merged with his love for classic film. His new exhibition, entitled, “Smoke and Mirrors” utilizes skateboard graphics with iconic imagery from classic stars like Cary Grant and Rita Hayworth. Underneath the surface of perfection tells another story that the artist wants to mirror to his audience. […] Click to read more »