Zoom conversations with Bolivians on Twitter, discussing how to create apolitical unity in Bolivia … Read More Creating Unity Between Bolivians
Why watch when you can binge? Noteworthy series I’d recommend.. … Read More Small Screen Top Choices
“Paris Paris” is far from being just a song about Paris. It is a melody whispered from the depths of a heart eternally consumed by the city of Love. It is an exhaled sigh. It is the first breath. It is a longing so immense, so intense that words do not suffice. It is a… Read More Malcolm McLaren & Catherine Deneuve – Paris Paris
Melbourne is a city spoilt for choice when it comes to life’s delicacies and delights. Melbourne Spring Fashion Week is no exception. With hundreds of retailers and dozens of designers’ latest textile offerings to peruse, admire and purchase, the week will fly by. It was an honour to be invited by fashion designer Susan Dimasi… Read More Melbourne Heritage Couture: Material By Product
The Blonde Indian, is a documentary which I’m producing, that follows the chronicles by Bolivian photojournalist Samy Schwartz, as filmed by Samy, of an indigenous march to protect rainforest homelands. This foot march began on August 15, 2011 and took several months to complete. It started in the rainforests of Tipnis, Bolivia and culminated in the… Read More Samy Schwartz – The Blonde Indian
Escribo estas palabras, a horas de que empiece la votación del referendum para cambiar la constitución en Bolivia, y decidir si Evo Morales puede ser re re re elegido. Viendo lo que esta sucediendo en Bolivia me parte el alma. He pasado la mayor parte de mi vida afuera de Bolivia, pero no soy una… Read More SI o NO Bolivia?
Mother’s Day celebrations evoke different sentiments around the globe in the quest to honour those who have given their life to give life. In my home country, Bolivia, Mother’s Day is both a celebration of gratitude to present day mothers with the usual fanfare of flowers, chocolates, cards etc, and one of gratitude to the… Read More Bolivian Mother’s Day, a fight for Independence
I had avoided getting caught up in the frenzy of the book release for 50 Shades of Grey, mainly because I prefer reading non-fiction. However, I’ve not managed to stay clear of the film’s release. So it’s entirely upon this film version that my critique rests. My curiosity was incited mainly due to the furor against… Read More 50 Shades of Cinderella