Laurel Canyon, the two-part docuseries, which chronicles the legendary Los Angeles music scene of the late 60s and 70s sounds intriguing.


Need to see this. #BeastieBoysStory

Peter Lindbergh, world famous German fashion photographer and film director has sadly passed away. Lindbergh has worked with some of the biggest publications, including Vogue, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar US, and the Wall Street Journal Magazine. Lindbergh will be remembered for his stark, powerful black-and-white portraits of model and celebrities. He was also opposed to photo retouching. His most iconic image, is the January 1990 cover of the U.K. edition of Vogue. For that issue, he assembled Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, and Christy Turlington all casually looking into the camera. It was the first time the five of them appeared together and it ushered in a new era for supermodels. The five of them would later all reunite for George Michael’s “Freedom ’90” video.

Always loved his black and white fashion photography and his ability to portray all sorts of people. Specifically the magnificent supermodels of the 90s.

Rest in peace Peter.


See “Soul Boys of the Western World”. Great documentary on Spandau Ballet. #SpandauBallet

I can only recommend “The Vietnam War” documentary series from 2017. It´s a horrifying, in depth and emotional piece of documentary that took more than 10 years to make. See it. #TheVietnamWar



I can only recommend the George Michael documentary “Freedom”. See it.



Becoming Bond promises a unique documentary narrative look at the very stranger-than-fiction true story of George Lazenby, an Australian car mechanic, come model who eventually landed the role of James Bond in 1969’s On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. With very little acting experience under his belt, he was then purportedly offered the next six Bond films and a $1 million signing bonus. He turned it down.

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