1. As a young photographer just starting out his career with Look magazine, Douglas Kirkland was sent on assignment to photograph Marilyn Monroe, but his first meeting with her was not what he expected.

    Please get yourself a copy of A Life in Pictures: The Douglas Kirkland Monograph | http://glitteratiincorporated.com/products/a-life-in-pictures-the-douglas-kirkland-monograph-by-douglas-kirkland

    Directed | Filmed | Cut in Adobe Premiere = a.a. productions(http://albertayzenberg.com/)

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  2. My tribute to my favorite femmes fatales in cinema (70 FILMS, EDITED IN 2008).

    MUSIC (in order of appearance):
    - "Minnie the Moocher" by the Blues Brothers,
    - "Nature boy" by Miles Davis,
    - "Baby did a bad bad thing" by Chris Isaak,
    - Several tracks from the score of "Dangerous Liaisons" by George Fenton, the score of "Basic instinct" by Jerry Goldsmith and the score of "U Turn" by Ennio Morricone,
    - "Something wicked this way comes" by Barry Adamson.

    Here you'll see some of the most evil, conniving women in cinema history; some pretty girls that can't tell the difference between right and wrong; a lot of mysterious, cold ladies that have a bad smoking habit; and other dangerous creatures, not necessarily bad, but the kind of woman that can manipulate a man without him realizing.

    - Brigitte Helm in "Metropolis" (1927)
    - Marlene Dietrich in "Der blaue engel" (1933)
    - Mae West in "I'm no angel" (1933)
    - Mary Astor in "The Maltese Falcon" (1941)
    - Barbara Stanwyck in "Double indemnity" (1944)
    - Gene Tierney as "Laura" (1944)
    - Lauren Bacall in "To have and have not" (1944)
    - Rita Hayworth as "Gilda" (1946)
    - Lana Turner in "The postman always rings twice" (1946)
    - Lauren Bacall in "The big sleep" (1946)
    - Rita Hayworth in "The Lady from Shanghai" (1947)
    - Jean Simmons in "Angel face" (1952)
    - Simone Signoret in "Les diaboliques" (1955)
    - Kim Novak in "Vertigo" (1958)
    - Sue Lyon as "Lolita" (1962)
    - Faye Dunaway in "Chinatown" (1974)
    - Kathleen Turner in "Body heat" (1981)
    - Jessica Lange in "The postman always rings twice" (1981)
    - Nastassja Kinski in "Cat people" (1982)
    - Sean Young in "Blade Runner" (1982)
    - Daryl Hannah in "Blade Runner" (1982)
    - Catherine Deneuve in "The Hunger" (1983)
    - Anjelica Huston in "Prizzi's Honor" (1985)
    - Isabella Rossellini in "Blue Velvet" (1986)
    - Cathy Tyson in "Mona Lisa" (1986)
    - Theresa Russell in "Black Widow" (1987)
    - Jamie Lee Curtis in "A fish named Wanda" (1988)
    - Kathleen Turner in "Who framed Roger Rabbit" (1988)
    - Glenn Close in "Dangerous Liaisons" (1988)
    - Alison Doody in "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" (1989)
    - Madonna in "Dick Tracy" (1990)
    - Marcia Gay Harden in "Miller's Crossing" (1990)
    - Virginia Madsen in "The hot spot" (1990)
    - Uma Thurman in "Final analysis" (1992)
    - Sharon Stone in "Basic instinct" (1992)
    - Drew Barrymore as "Posion Ivy" (1992)
    - Mia Kirshner in "Exotica" (1994)
    - Madeleine Stowe in "China Moon" (1994)
    - Linda Fiorentino in "The last seduction" (1994)
    - Nicole Kidman in "To die for" (1995)
    - Famke Jansen in "Goldeneye" (1995)
    - Juliette Lewis in "Strange days" (1995)
    - Jennifer Beals in "Devil in a blue dress" (1995)
    - Jennifer Tilly in "Bound" (1996)
    - Patricia Arquette in "The Lost Highway" (1997)
    - Jennifer López in "U Turn" (1997)
    - Kim Basinger in "L.A.Confidential" (1997)
    - Connie Nielsen in "The Devil's advocate" (1997)
    - Susan Sarandon in "Twilight" (1998)
    - Embeth Davidtz in "The gingerbread man" (1998)
    - Helena Bonham Carter in "Fight Club" (1999)
    - Lena Olin in "The ninth gate" (1999)
    - Nicole Kidman in "Eyes wide shut" (1999)
    - Sophie Marceau in "The world is not enough" (1999)
    - Catherine Keener in "Being John Malkovich" (1999)
    - Carrie Anne Moss in "Memento" (2000)
    - Halle Berry in "Swordfish" (2001)
    - Laura Harring in "Mulholland Dr." (2001)
    - Jennifer Garner in "Catch me if you can" (2002)
    - Rebecca Romijn in "Femme Fatale" (2002)
    - Catherine Zeta Jones in "Intolerable cruelty" (2003)
    - Ludivine Sagnier in "Swimming Pool" (2003)
    - Robin Wright in "The singing detective" (2003)
    - Connie Nielsen in "The ice harvest" (2005)
    - Scarlett Johansson in "Match Point" (2005)
    - Nora Zehetner in "Brick" (2005)
    - Marley Shelton in "Sin City" (2005)
    - Eva Green in "Casino Royale" (2006)
    - Cate Blanchett in "The good German" (2006)

    And these are some movies I really wanted to include but finally discarded for editing reasons (my priority as a video editor is the evolution of the montage to a climax, and these movies, despite being great, couldn't help me get there): The Big Lebowski, Cat people (1942), Johnny Handsome, Leave her to heaven, Mulholland Falls, Munich, The Blue Dahlia, The graduate, The Sting, The Glass Key, The Grifters, Detour, Shattered.

    Movies I left out on purpose: "Cruel intentions" and De Palma's "Black Dahlia" cause I don't like them; and "Niagara", cause it didn't feel right to mix sweet Marilyn with all these evil ladies.

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  3. A short video done with the amazing Laura Giraudi .
    Model : Laura Giraudi - lauragiraudi.com/
    Hairdresser : Le Salon Rouge - lesalonrouge.fr/
    Dress/ Accessories mariee : Le Salon Blanc - lesalonblanc.com/
    Lighting assistant : Anthony le Layec

    Shot on sony a7s , recorded on pix-e 5 (soe 4k 30p, some 1080p 60p)
    voigtlander lens 50mm nokton f1.5
    zacuto recoil rig

    hope you like it guys !
    more to see on my website : chromatafilms.com

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  4. Video realized for this beautiful babe, Laura Giraudi .
    Shot in several places on the French Riviera.
    a7s + voigtlander lenses , zacuti recoil rig, pix-e5 recorder

    # vimeo.com/186062304 Uploaded 22.6K Plays 0 Comments
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