The Prancercise Lady has teamed up with musician
Now that Baz Luhrman’s The Great Gatsby has shimmied over the foggy horizon, the Cannes Film Festival has plunged into the serious business of proving it is still the most important – not “one of the most important”, as some pundit mistakenly said this week – film festival in the world. First up, a day of bad girls
SPRING BREAKERS (94 minutes) (R18) Directed by Harmony Korine Starring Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, James Franco I’m not sure what it was based on, but I had high hopes for Spring Breakers. I think I thought, James Franco knows what he’s doing, those Disney girls finally have a chance to prove their acting chops, it looks a bit experimental and indie, I’ll give it a go
REVIEW: New Zealand Symphony Orchestra conducted by Tecwyn Evans with Orpheus Choir, Jenny Wollerman (soprano), Richard Greager (tenor), Paul Whelan (bass-baritone). Music by Adams and Psathas
Vanessa Hudgens says her threesome scene in Spring Breakers is “really beautiful and artistic”. The 24-year-old American actress appears in director Harmony Korine’s drama about four girls who end up turning to crime to fund their Spring Break trip
Harvard in the spring is usually a beguiling vision of academe as it ought to be.
Here’s an experiment: try thinking of a song not as a song but as a collection of distinct musical attributes.