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CARTOON COUNTRY HOTTIE – Dolly Parton
July 6th, 2011
CARTOON COUNTRY HOTTIE
Voluptuous & vivacious American Country & Western singer songwriter, author and actress, with over 25 number one singles, a record forty-one top 10 Country albums – and the distinction of having performed on a top 5 country hit in each of the last 5 decades, her mega-hits including “Jolene”, “I Will Always Love You”, “9 to 5″ and “Islands in the Stream”, many acting and singing TV appearances including as host of her own popular self named variety show, received Golden Globe Best Actress Award nominations for her roles in the big screen hits “Nine to Five” and “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas”.
FUN FACTS: One of the most honoured female country performers of all time, Dolly has received 8 Grammy Awards, 45 Grammy nominations and was awarded the 2011 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, won 3 American Music Awards, given the Country Music Association’s highest honor “Entertainer of the Year” in 1978, awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1984 for recording, has been nominated for 2 Academy Awards, a Tony Award and was honoured in 2003 with a tribute album called “Just Because I’m a Woman: Songs of Dolly Parton”!
CARTOON PIECE OF WORK HOTTIE – Joan Rivers
December 13th, 2010
CARTOON PIECE OF WORK HOTTIE
Hilariously loud & brash award winning American comedian, television personality, author & actress with a STAR on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, famous for her numerous cosmetic surgeries, winning Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice season 2 and her fabulous award show red carpet interviews and one woman stand up comedy shows … JOAN RIVERS!
FUN FACTS: The Best-Selling Author of Men Are Stupid . . . And They Like Big Boobs: A Woman’s Guide to Beauty Through Plastic Surgery (2008) and Murder at the Academy Awards: A Red Carpet Murder Mystery (2009) Rivers stars in the documentary film about herself Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work launched at the SanFrancisco International Film festival at the Castro Theatre in 2010!
Unbuttoning Burton – By Tegan Brideson
August 4th, 2010
By Tegan Brideson for AdrianErdedi.com
Tegan Brideson discovers the creative genius of Tim Burton’s career on exhibition at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image.
There’s an exceptional wealth of creativity bursting at the seams in Melbourne’s Federation Square. The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) is hosting Tim Burton’s Exhibition, complete with sketches, figures, costumes and photography spanning the legendary and unique director’s career.
Showcasing pages from his sketchbooks at school where he grew up in Burbank, California, there’s evidence that his signature style was emerging from a young age, and nurtured as he completed a four-year apprenticeship at Walt Disney Studio’s.
Burton’s creative history spans a wall in this exhibition, with his first work’s emerging in the late ‘70s. Illustrations and a bank of creative expression from 1980-1985 fill the space, before many of his famous titles from the likes of Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, Corpse Bride, Batman Forever, Nightmare Before Christmas and Alice in Wonderland are previewed on screens, transforming the atmosphere.
The neon glow through a Burtonarium tunnel of figures takes exhibition visitors to Burton’s world, like a peek into his very complicated mind. It’s considered that the circles and triangles visually explored in his work all lend meaning to his state of mind as an expressive psychoanalysis.
If a trip to Melbourne between now and 10 October 2010 is on the agenda, Tim Burton’s Exhibition is well worth visiting. It’s central and easy to navigate, free cloak room services operate and all ages will appreciate the mastermind behind the uniqueness of some of Hollywood’s biggest films.
Copyright© Tegan Brideson 2010