Rize movie trailer - starring Tommy the Clown, Lil Tommy. Directed by David LaChapelle. Theatrical Release Date: 6/24/2005
An intimate exploration of the life and work of one of the world's most popular and significant artists of the 20th century Keith Haring. The film features interviews and archival footage of Fab 5 Freddy, Jeffrey Deitch, Kim Hastreiter, Grace Jones, Madonna, Yoko Ono, David LaChapelle, Kenny Scharf, Carlo McCormick, Andy Warhol, Ann Magnuson, Tony Shafrazi, and Junior Vasquez, among many others. Audio excerpts from original interviews with Keith Haring, were conducted by Haring's biographer John Gruen (Keith Haring: the Authorized Biography). The film's theme song is by the famed DJ and record producer, Junior Vasquez, with an original soundtrack by Angelo Talocci.
David LaChapelle's new exhibit, LAND SCAPE, at the Paul Kasimin Gallery, had a performance by Rev. Billy, who complimented the overall statement David is making with his new body of work. As expected, the opening was attended by the New York In-Crowed, like Julian Schnabel, Amanda Lepore and Roxanne Lowit.
American celebrity photographer David LaChapelle exhibits his work in Sweden- and other arts stories.
Rize -- RIZE chronicles a dance movement that rises out of South Central Los Angeles with roots in clowning and street youth culture.
Rize -- RIZE is an intimate completely fresh portrayal of inner-city youth who have created art--and often family--where before there was none. Surrounded by drug addiction, gangs and impoverishment, they have developed a completely unique style of dance that evolves on a daily basis.
Hollywood s craziest family the Kardashians went all out in 2013 hiring legendary surrealist photographer David LaChapelle to capture their festive spirit while Miley appears in a tasteless video for the Love magazine advent calendar.
The Suburbans movie trailer - starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, Will Ferrell, Antonio Fargas, Amy Brenneman, Craig Bierko, Tony Guma. Directed by Donal Ward. Genre: Comedy
Rize is a documentary which follows a fairly typical interview schedule of two related dancing sub-cultures of Los Angeles: Clowning and Krumping. The first series of interviews develop the idea of Clowning, the second series the idea of Krumping, the third section of the film depicts a dance battle between Clowns and Krumpers. An atypical sequence in the film uses montage to compare 1960s era anthropological films of African dance ritual with contemporary Clowning and Krumping dance manoeuvres.
David LaChapelle on how the pop artist helped him when he was a struggling artist and had to work as an escort.
Photographer David LaChapelle on celebrating the human form and creating images that can shock.
Photographer and film-maker David LaChapelle on how working with Madonna was a scary experience.
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