I love to share this short animated film with you…I went with Silvia to see the Oscars nominated shorts last February, and I thought that ”A Morning Stroll” was brilliant…I hope you will enjoy it too…
Have a wonderful week-end!
We love Julian Sands! His interpretation in “The nightshift belongs to the stars” has been amazing…we can’t wait to see him this Saturday in LA…
- Risotto di asparago, carciofi e funghi (paconero.wordpress.com)
Shooting a movie on the Dolomites gave to all of us so many things to carry in our “backpack” of special memories, even now that our post-production moved in Los Angeles. Just something more to share with you, like…Alpine flowers!
La pioggia di questi giorni cancella le nostre tracce dalla montagna. Anche il ricordo si annebbia: ci siamo davvero stati su per i monti a fare il nostro cortometraggio?
Academy Picks Renzo Piano and Zoltan Pali to Design Film MuseumBy Michael Cieply
LOS ANGELES — The new movie museum planned by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has its architects. Renzo Piano, whose work includes the recent expansion of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and Zoltan Pali, who has helped restore the Greek Theater and other buildings here, will join in building the film museum. The institution will be located in the old May Company department store next to LACMA. Under an earlier plan, the French architect Christian de Portzamparc was to have designed the museum, on Academy-owned land in the Hollywood district. But that plan collapsed as the economy softened in 2008 and was eventually replaced by current one, which calls for renovation of the 325,000-square-foot store space now known as LACMA West. Mr. Piano, who won the Pritzker Prize for architecture in 1998, also designed the building in which The New York Times is headquartered.