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Biggie Smalls - Rap Phenomenon
Biggie Smalls: Rap Phenomenon is the first official full length documentary to offer exclusive footage of the hip-hop icon known as the Notorious B.I.G. The documentary is produced by Damion Butler aka D-Roc and his production company, RocDarling Films and is directed by April Maiya.
The DVD captures scenes from Biggie's early tours, performing in different cities, with adoring fans screaming his name and his lyrics. Yet it also reveals his sense of humor, his kindness and why above all else people valued his friendship and loyalty. Most importantly Biggie Smalls: Rap Phenomenon reveals why Biggie meant so much to so many people.
Really just an excuse...
...To put make up on and take a picture of myself. I haven't taken a proper picture of myself in so long.
Flickr's made the colours colder and less saturated, damn you flickr :(
Anyway, yeah, in response to my beloved wife :D
1. I'm currently studying a Bachelors degree in Documentary Photography at the University of Wales, Newport. The uni's good, though I don't get enough lectures for my liking, oh, and Newport is a shithole.
2. 'Natural' coloured hair makes me sad if I have it for more than a few months. I'm not joking, it has a bad effect on my brain. For me, brights are natural, they are me :D
3. I think this might be the first photo that I've taken since September that I actually like, that's depressing. University is still crippling my creativity. I need to fix that.
4. Despite my enourmous horrific fits of sadness, I'm actually the happiest I've ever been and I think a lot of that is thanks to (yes, soppy moment) my amazingly fantastic boyfriend, despite the fact that we now live almost 200 miles away. My parents handled thousands of miles, a few hundred is nothing. <3
5. I'm really bad at looking after things. Well, not that, I actually look after things really well, I'm just horrifically accident prone and bad shit seems to happen to me, like a can of pear cider getting pierced in my bag (in which there were no sharp objects) and thus soaking my DSLR. It doesn't like me anymore.
6. I'm terrible at describing things. I can't think of anything else to say about me D:
7. I over think things to a terrible extent when I end up getting hysterical and I can't actually think normally. It isn't fun.
8. I am, clearly, quite a negative person when it comes to myself. Though at times I love myself. I have the self esteem of a yo-yo on speed.
9. I have shitty allergies to fur. Even human hair makes me sneeze. It sucks.
10. I really really REALLY want a Canon 5D MKII. I'm hoping to get a job and to save up for one over my five month summer, as well as this I want to learn to drive, and go to two festivals. Busy busy busy.
11. Yes, I'm adding an 11. I love my wife, even after we had a year and a half of not talking and nasty bitter feelings, we pulled through :D Four years on the 12th of March :D <3
I feel like a manga heroine!
gold studs, thrifted
red zip blouse, thrifted (has zips on the sleeves too)
brass bangle, thrifted
vintage plaid skirt, thrifted
black prairie underskirt, ragstock
black diamond thigh highs, street vendor in korea
blue leather naturalizer mary-janes, thrifted
I flipped in the thrift store when I found this blouse. How great is it to have a blouse that zips? No button gaps to worry or embarrass you...
These shoes I think are the most comfortable shoes I own, and that is saying a LOT.
red gold documentary
"Madams of the Barbary Coast" is an award winning documentary about the strles, contributions, and triumphs of the Madams and courtesans who settled the dangerous Barbary Coast of San Francisco during the gold rush days...and about the women who tried to help them.
Recently featured as part of San Francisco's PBS "Women's History Month," Madams of the Barbary Coast explores the relationships and vital roles these fascinating women played in all stratus of San Francisco's society. Outnumbered by men fifty to one, these women pioneers came from a diversity of cultures- Chinese, Black, Asian, Latin American, and European; and faced adversity in immigration, religion, poverty, and basic civil rights. And yet some of them still achieved unprecedented success, fortune and fame. Using rare archival photographs, location footage, and interviews with historians, writers, clergy, and sex educators, the documentary examines the women's many cultural and social contributions to the settlement of a violent, uncivilized West. Told through a series of poignant and touching stories, the film uncovers this forgotten yet important part of women's history, and how these women helped bring culture, passion, and a vestige of civilization to one of the most dangerous eras in America's past.
"The Madams of the Barbary Coast" was awarded Best Historical Documentary by the 2005 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival as well as for Best Art Direction by the 2005 Golden Gate Fiction and Documentary Film Festival.
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