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The star hung out at Meatpacking District hotspot Catch while other stars have been out and about this month.

See what your favorite stars have been up to so far this week

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Snooki treating herself to a cannoli before hosting her Team Snooki Music party in Hollywood, Florida at Passion Nightclub at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. [US Weekly]

Sean Lowe and fiancée Catherine Giudici of The Bachelor having a date night at the Ainsworth Park in New York City. [People]

Julianne Moore and husband Bart Freundlich having dinner at Antica Pesa in Brooklyn before attending Paul McCartney’s concert at the Barclays Center. [People]

Chace Crawford ordering a turkey sandwich while having lunch with a friend at ABC Kitchen in New York City. [People]

Brad Pitt chatting with partygoers at the World War Z after party hosted by DeLeon Tequila at Catch in New York City. [US Weekly]

Aziz Ansari and Seth Rogen goofing around at the This Is the End premiere after party sponsored by Fiji and Svedka at the Jazz Room at The General in New York City. [US Weekly]

Seen & Heard

Colton Haynes and rumored (but we hope is true!) girlfriend Holland Roden enjoyed a night at home over white wine and Starbucks bites. [Instagram/HollandRodenisREAL]

Bethenny Frankel treating daughter Bryn to a summertime treat at an ice cream parlor in New York City. [US Weekly]

Kirsten Dunst and Rashida Jones hanging out together at dinner party hosted by Barneys New York to honor Proenza Schouler. [US Weekly]

Heidi Klum and her bodyguard boyfriend Martin Kristen stopping for coffee after a morning jog in New York City. [US Weekly]

Apparently,

Apparently, Miley Cyrus supports pot over alchocol [The Daily Meal]

Katy Perry dressed in futuristic gear while filming a digital short for the snack Popchips. [US Weekly]


The Top 10 Male Chinese Actors You Need to Know

The year 2017 has been prolific for the Chinese film industry so far, from the star-dusted cast of the East-meets-West collaboration “The Great Wall” to Kris Wu’s bigger-than-minor character in Luc Besson’s “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” Chinese actors are rising stars in the global film industry. Here is a list of the top 10 Chinese actors who are doing extremely well domestically, and (if not already) are likely to gain more international recognition in the coming years.

Kris Wu

Known for: xXx: Return of Xander Cage, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Kris Wu has some pretty cool gigs in Hollywood this year—you might recognize him as Sergeant Neza in Luc Besson’s “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” or Nick in this year’s xXx movie, but his stardom in his native China is a lot more far-reaching. Wu is probably the fastest emerging young actor in China right now. Having started out as a member of the Korean-Chinese boyband EXO in 2012, he soon went on to record independently. He recorded the ending soundtracks for the third installment of Guo Jingming’s “Tiny Times” trilogy and China’s box office hit “Mr Six.” Wu landed his first lead acting role in 2014, in the Chinese romance “Somewhere Only We Know,” and has since gained international recognition. Wu made the May cover of Elle this year and was on a promotional tour with the Valerian crew in late July.

Jackie Chan

Known for: Rush Hour, The Karate Kid, Drunken Master, Skiptrace, Shanghai Knight

If anyone were to think of Chinese actors, Jackie Chan might be the first name they come up with. Chan, who never received any formal education (he went to drama and martial arts school), is the second Chinese actor to have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The other star belongs to Bruce Lee, for whom Chan played a stunt double in “Fist of Fury” (1972) and “Enter the Dragon” (1973) when he was first starting out. He had his first shot as lead actor in the 1973 martial arts flick “Little Tiger of Canton” and made his name in the Hong Kong entertainment industry in “Drunken Master” (1978). Since then, Chan has starred in more than 200 movies in both English and Chinese and voiced Master Monkey in the “Kung Fu Panda” films. In 2016, Chan received an honorary Oscar and has also been out and about in Beijing promoting the new BBC Earth documentary that he narrated.

Andy Lau

Known for: The Great Wall, Infernal Affairs, House of Flying Daggers

Andy Lau’s face has been around show business for almost four decades. He is known as the “ageless man” who never looked really young but seemed to stop aging once he hit 30. Domestically, he is regarded as one of the “Four Heavenly Kings” of Hong Kong, a term coined by a Chinese publication in 1992 that referred to the four biggest male superstars in Hong Kong at the time. Lau’s most recent involvement with Hollywood was “The Great Wall,” in which he co-starred with Matt Damon and Willem Dafoe. Lau’s latest movie “The Adventurers,” co-starring Jean Reno is currently in theaters in China.

Nicholas Tse

Known for: I Love That Crazy Little Thing, Cook Up a Storm, Heartfall Arises

Some say that Tse was ‘sold’ into the entertainment industry. He was born into the spotlight in Hong Kong to celebrity parents Patrick Tse and Deborah Lee. After his parents split in his teenage years, Tse allegedly signed a 10-year contract with a prominent Hong Kong entertainment company to help his father pay a huge debt. He started as a singer and later transitioned into acting. He kick started his acting career in the film “Young and Dangerous: The Prequel” (1998) and has since won multiple Hong Kong Film Awards. Tse, who owns a special effects firm, will star in “The Bombing” (2018) a World War II drama co-starring Bruce Willis.

Eddie Peng

Known for: The Great Wall, Exit No. 6, My DNA Says I Love You, Back in Time

Eddie Peng was allegedly never interested in acting. His family moved from Taiwan to Canada when he was 13 and during a trip back to Taiwan for his grandmother’s funeral, he was cast by director Yang Daqing as the male lead in the television teen drama series, Tomorrow. After the release of the show in 2002, he swiftly rose to fame and became a national heartthrob. Peng has starred in the popular Taiwanese teen flick “Exit No.6” and has been nominated for a best actor award at the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival for his role in the romantic comedy “My DNA Says I Love You.” He made his Hollywood debut in 2016 in “The Great Wall,” co-starring Matt Damon. Peng was last spotted in New York City last month for the screening of his latest film, “Our Time Will Come.”

Hu Ge

Known for: Chinese Paladin, Nirvana in Fire, Diva, China 1911

Hu Ge got his break in showbiz as a part-time host of an education channel on local Shanghai television and appeared in commercials throughout high school. He is most famous for his role in the video game-turned fantasy TV series Chinese Paladin and the historic film “China 1911,” which was co-directed by Jackie Chan. Hu took more than a year off from acting after being injured in a car accident in 2006, after which he wrote a book documenting his recovery. Some of his fans think he had a major personality change after the accident. Earlier this year, Hu was rumored to be taking a break from acting to study directing at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Huang Xiaoming

Known for: Ip Man 2, The Prince of Han Dynasty, The Message, Shanghai Bund

Huang holds a bachelor’s degree in acting from China’s most prestigious film school, Beijing Film Academy. He got his start in acting through the 2000s Chinese costume drama series The Return of the Condor Heroes and became a fan-favorite in the teen romance movie “Summer Desires,” which was based on the bestselling novel under the same name. He won best actor at the 2013 Golden Rooster Awards, the Chinese equivalent of the Academy Awards. Huang’s fame is sometimes overshadowed by that of his wife, the controversial actress and luxury brand darling Angelababy (they’re kind of like the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie of China (before their split)). Huang and Angelababy welcomed their first child earlier this year.

Duan Yihong

Known for: Battle of Memories, Extraordinary Mission, White Deer Plain, The Dead End

Unlike most of his colleagues in China, Duan Yihong went to drama school and started out as a stage actor at the National Theatre Company of China. For two seasons in the early 2000s, he played the leading role in the renowned Chinese playwright Liao Yimei’s Rhinoceros in Love. Duan made his TV debut in the World War II series The Proof Of Memories, which gained him wide acclaim among Chinese audiences. Duan was last seen in New York City last month, attending the New York Asian Film Festival, during which both of the movies he starred in— “Battle of Memories” and “Extraordinary Mission”—made their debut on a New York screen.

Yang Yang

Known for: The Dream of Red Mansions, The Left Ear, The Lost Tomb, A Smile Is Beautiful

Yang was cast as mawkish protagonist Jia Baoyu in the TV adaptation of “The Dream of Red Mansions,” one of China’s four great classical novels. Although the 2010 show was generally thought to be mediocre, it made Yang a familiar face on the TV screen. His popularity rose in 2014 when he starred in another Web-TV adaptation of another extremely popular novel in China at the time, “The Lost Tomb.” The Chinese fantasy costume drama “Once Upon a Time” (different from the ABC show) co-directed by the visual artist of the original Spider Man 2 film, in which Yang plays a major role is currently showing in cinemas in China.

Li Yifeng

Known for: Sparrow, Founding of an Army, Swords of Legends, Forever Young

Li Yifeng made his name as a singer in a Chinese talent show back in 2007. Since then, he’s released three EPs and two albums and made himself a household name among Chinese millennials in a TV series inspired by a popular video game “Swords of Legends.” Li also co-starred with Yang Yang as another male lead in “The Lost Tomb.” This year, he played a major role in the Chinese main melody film “The Founding of an Army,” which is currently showing in cinemas in China. Outside of music and acting, Li is also considered a fashion icon in his native China. He was one of the winners of the 2014 Elle Style Awards and was ranked No. 9 on the Forbes Chinese celebrity list in 2015. Li is currently touring major cities in China to promote his new film, “Guilty of Mind,” which was released in China on August 11.

Correction: August 23, 2017—An earlier version of this story stated incorrectly that Kris Wu’s first lead acting role was in 2016. Wu’s first lead acting role was in 2014 in “Somewhere Only We Know”.


Brad Pitt attends “World War Z” and reactions were…

Brad Pitt attended a special screening of “World War Z” in New Jersey. The film, directed by Marc Forster (“Quantum of Solace”) has had its fair share of stories about production problems.

“If you’ve heard any of the production problems the film has had, don’t believe the hype: World War Z isn’t a disaster. But as a disaster movie, it’s actually pretty good,” Pitt told the crowd.

And reactions? ScreenCrush described the film as a “crowd pleaser” so maybe this zombie movie won’t be such a disaster as we thought?

Lukas Eggen can be reached at [email protected]


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  1. The fault in World War Z certainly isn't poor direction or acting (Pitt is a likable lead, and we instinctively want to cheer for him as he willingly puts himself in harm's way to protect his family), but the fact that, despite being gifted such rich, thematically complex source material, the filmmakers embraced nearly ever cliché in the zombie mythos -- the family in peril, the frantic.
  2. Bei World War Z ist dies insofern noch extremer, als dem Vernehmen nach die ganze Schlusssequenz nachgedreht werden musste, nachdem Damon Lindelof und Drew Goddard das Drehbuch von Matthew Michael Carnahan abgeändert hatten. Trotz dieser Hindernisse ist Marc Forster ein überdurchschnittlicher Actionfilm gelungen. Die Spezialeffekte setzt der Regisseur stets im Dienst der Handlung ein.
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. The 37-year-old actress was joined at the event by her husband Alan Ruck and her co-stars James Badge Dale, Sterling Jerins, Abigail Hargrove, and Fabrizio Zacharee Guido, as well as director Marc Forster. Download World War Z subscene subtitles : Life for former United Nations investigator Gerry Lane and his family seems content. Suddenly, the world is plagued by a mysterious infection turning whole human populations into rampaging mindless zombies. After barely escaping the chaos, Lane is persuaded to go on a mission to investigate this disease

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  3. Ang World War Z ay isang zombie apokalyptong palabas sa Estados Unidos, inilathala noong Hunyo 21, 2020 ng Paramount Pictures at ni Direk Marc Foster, na pinagbibidahan nina Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, James Badge Dale, Matthew Fox at iba pa.Ito ay binuksan at napili ng 35th Moscow International Film sa London, United Kingdom noong Enero 3, 2013, At ipinalabas sa Bagong York at Los Angeles noong.
  4. Mireille Enos, Actress: If I Stay. Mireille Enos was born in Houston, Texas, to Monique, a teacher, and Jon Goree Enos. Her Texas-born American father, and French mother, met while her father was serving on a Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She is the fourth of five children and grew up in Houston, Texas, where, following in her older siblings footsteps..
  5. World War Z Action , Abenteuer , Horror Was anfängt wie ein gewöhnlicher Tag unter vielen für Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) seine Frau Karin (Mireille Enos) und seine Töchter nimmt einen dramatischen Verlauf als die Familie mitten im Verkehrsstau auf dem Times Square unversehens in einem wilden und gewalttätigen Chaos stecken
  6. Mireille Enos: Filme, Serien und Biografi . Still, the producers are hopeful that they sequel will be made someday, and so is WORLD WAR Z cast member Mireille Enos, who was going to reprise her role in the Fincher film. Speaking with. Mireille Enos révèle qu'elle espère toujours voir naître World War Z 2. Le premier film, sorti en 2013, a.
  7. Mireille Enos still wants to appear in a 'World War Z' sequel. The 44-year-old actress played the role of Karin Lane in the 2013 apocalyptic movie - which is based on Max Brooks' 2006 novel of the same name by - which starred Brad Pitt as her on-screen husband Gerry Lane

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09/09/2013 Filmovi 2013, Traileri Komentari isključeni za World War Z (2013) Godina: 2013. Žanr: Akcija / Avantura / Horor. Režija: Marc Forster. Glavne uloge: Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, Daniella Kertesz, James Badge Dale, Ludi Boeken, Matthew Fox, Fana Mokoena, David Morse Radnja filma: Bivši zaposlenik u Ujedinjenim nacijama, Gerry Lane, putuje svijetom u utrci protiv vremena kako bi. Seht Hollywood-Superstar Brad Pitt (Killing them Softly) und Shootingstar Mireille Enos (Gangster Squad) im neuen Trailer zum apokalyptischen Endzeitthriller WORLD WAR Z. Inszeniert von Actionprofi Marc Forster (James Bond 007 - Ein Quantum Trost) nach dem Kultbuch von Max Brooks. Ab 27. Juni 2013 im Kino. Nichts wird mehr sein, wie es einmal war World War Z ist ein Science Fiction-Film aus dem Jahr 2013 von Marc Forster mit Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos und Daniella Kertesz.. Brad Pitt kämpft in World War Z gegen eine globale Bedrohung der. Alan Ruck and Mireille Enos attend the World War Z New York Premiere at Duffy Square in Times Square on June 17, 2013 in New York City. Erstklassige Nachrichtenbilder in hoher Auflösung bei Getty Image

Photo: Jesse Grant/WireImage Before Mireille Enos finished shooting the finale of The Killing this week in Vancouver, she made a pit stop in New York for the premiere of World War Z, in which she.. Even if it's not a genre changer, though, World War Z still has plenty to distinguish itself, including a number of well-orchestrated set pieces--this is a movie that will never be shown on airplanes--and the performances, with Pitt's gradually eroding calm strengthened by a crew of supporting actors (including Mireille Enos, James Badge Dale, and a fantastically loony David Morse) who manage. World War Z actress Mireille The clue World War Z actress Mireille was last spotted by us at the Crosswords With Friends Crossword on December 19 2020 . Featuring some of the most popular crossword puzzles, XWordSolver.com uses the knowledge of experts in history, anthropology, and science combined to provide you solutions when you cannot seem to guess the word World War Z is a movie starring Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, and Daniella Kertesz. Former United Nations employee Gerry Lane traverses the world in a race against time to stop a zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments..

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  1. World War Z (World War Z, USA 2013) Regie: Marc Forster. Drehbuch: Matthew Michael Carnahan, Drew Goddard, Damon Lindelof (nach einer Geschichte von Matthew Michael Carnahan und J. Michael Straczynski) LV: Max Brooks: World War Z, 2006 (Operation Zombie, World War Z) Wissenschaftler Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) globetrottet auf der Suche nach einem Gegenmittel gegen den Zombievirus um die Welt.
  2. Am 22-9-1975 wurde Mireille Enos (Spitzname: Mireille) in Kansas City, Missouri, United States geboren. Als Tochter von Vater (?) und Mutter (?) erlangte sie im Jahr 2021 als Schauspielerin Berühmtheit zum Beispiel für Devil's Knot, Wild Horses, Chasing Leonard. Mireille Enoss Sternbild ist Jungfrau und sie ist jetzt 45 Jahre alt
  3. OHMYGOSSIP — Mireille Enos hält noch immer an einer Fortsetzung von 'World War Z' fest. Die 44-jährige Schauspielerin spielte die Rolle der Karin Lane in dem Science-Fiction-Streifen von 2013, in dem Brad Pitt in der Hauptrolle als ihr Ehemann Gerry Lane auf der Leinwand zu sehen war. Eine Fortsetzung wurde diskutiert und sollte unter der Regie von David Fincher gedreht werden, wurde.
  4. Brad Pitt, Ludi Boeken, Mireille Enos, Marc Forster, and Daniella Kertesz at an event for World War Z (2013
  5. Mireille Enos hofft auf ein 'World War Z'-Sequel (BANG) - Mireille Enos hält noch immer an einer Fortsetzung von 'World War Z' fest. Die 44-jährige Schauspielerin spielte die Rolle der Karin Lane in dem Science-Fiction-Streifen von 2013, in dem Brad Pitt in der Hauptrolle als ihr Ehemann Gerry Lane auf der Leinwand zu sehen war

Yahoo Movies UK 14 August 2020 Mireille Enos is still holding out hope for a World War Z sequel (Image by Paramount Pictures) Mireille Enos is still hopeful that the long touted sequel to World War.. World War Z Brad Pitt (Actor), Mireille Enos (Actor), Marc Foster (Director) & 0 More Rated: U/A (Parental Guidance) Format: DVD 4.2 out of 5 stars 76 rating


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July 23, 2006 Issue #54

July 16, 2006 Issue #53

  • Rape and Murder of Abeer Qassim Hamza: The Bloody Reality of U.S. Occupation
  • Iraq War Resister Lt. Watada Charged by Army
  • Inconvenient—And Essential—Truths About Systems, Saviors and The Need for Action
  • Problems with the Kyoto Protocol
  • From A World to Win News Service:Submit or Die: The Politics of Israel's Attack on Gaza
  • Seymour Hersh On Iran: Worried Generals, Lies and War Plans By Larry Everest
  • Review: LEGACIES: Contemporary Artists Reflect on Slavery by CJ Slave Nation: How Slavery United the Colonies and Sparked the American Revolution Or Further Thoughts on "What to the Slave Is Your Fourth of July"
  • World Can't Wait: Drive Out the Bush Regime Summer Bus Tour
  • World Can't Wait: Report from the Bus Tour in New Orleans by Jamilah Hoffman
  • World Can't Wait: at the Gay Pride Parades
  • The Right-Wing Assault on the New York Times
  • Chicago's South Side, Reading of Bob Avakian's Memoir: Different Voices, Shared Yearning for a Radically Different WorldCorrespondence from a reader.

June 25, 2006 Issue #52

June 18, 2006 Issue #51

  • The Vicious Agenda Behind the Attacks on Gay Marriage
  • On Bush's Constitutional Amendment to Ban Gay Marriage: Biblical Morality, Slavery and Other Horrors By Clyde Young, Revolutionary Communist Tour
  • Yang Ban Xi: Model Revolutionary Works in Revolutionary China
    By Li Onesto
  • East L.A.: Bilingual School Comes Under Right-Wing Attack
  • Cleveland: Activist Jailed for Putting Up "Bush Step Down!" Posters
  • Bruce Springsteen with the Seeger Sessions Band
  • Same-Sex Couples: Denied Basic Rights
  • Excerpts from the Draft Programme of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA and from "On the Position on Homosexuality in the New Draft Programme"
  • Army Officer Refuses Deployment to Iraq
    By Phillip Watts
  • MARRIAGE AND FAMILY AS THE LORD TRULY MEANT IT!
  • Correspondence: Katrina Survivors Fight to Return to Their Homes—Let The People In.
  • Correspondence from a reader on. Voices of Choice
  • Palestinians at Gaza Beach Killed in Cold Blood by Israeli Military
  • A World To Win News Service: Potential U.S. Scenarios to Attack Iran
  • The Purpose Driven Life—Toward Christian Fascist Theocracy
  • "Left Behind"—the Video Game
    Training Youth as Christian Fascist Warriors
  • From Testimony by Journalist Dahr Jamail: War Crimes of the U.S. Occupiers in Iraq

June 11, 2006 Issue #50

  • The Haditha Massacre, and the Bush Regime: Illegal, Immoral, and INTOLERABLE
  • THE BASIS, THE GOALS, AND THE METHODS OF THE COMMUNIST REVOLUTION
    By Bob Avakian
  • Center for Disease Control to Women: Prepare to Give Birth!
    by Sunsara Taylor
  • George W — Extreme and Grotesque Expression of the Fundamental Contradiction of Capitalism
  • New U.S. Maneuvers on Iran:
    Tactical Shifts, Escalating Threats and the Continued Danger of War
    By Larry Everest
  • There is a name for the kind of criminal who commits crimes like this over and over… IMPERIALISM
  • The Haditha Massacre Concentrates the Nature of the US War on Iraq
    by Carl Dix
  • Reading, Promoting, and Discussing Bob Avakian's Memoir
  • Senate's "Compromise" Bill—A Nightmare for Immigrants
  • Lessons from the Dixie Chicks' New Album
    (or How I Visited the Country Section of the Record Store)
    by Nikolai García
  • Correction: Ann Wright Detained at US Army Base
  • From A World To Win News Service Film Review: Darwin's Nightmare

June 4, 2006 Issue #49

May 28, 2006 Issue #48

  • The "Border Crisis" And Revolution: Stepping Back on Some Strategic Dimensions
  • THE BASIS, THE GOALS, AND THE METHODS OF THE COMMUNIST REVOLUTION
    By Bob Avakian
  • Close Encounters of the Horowitz Kind Part 2
    By Alan Goodman
  • Correspondences Thanks for Nothing
    An Open Letter to David Horowitz
  • Ron Luce's Holy War
    By Sunsara Taylor
  • The Brutal Reality of "Guest Worker" Programs
  • Cheers & Jeers Ian McKellen's Spot-On Comment
  • Reading, Promoting, and Discussing Bob Avakian's Memoir
  • Socialism Is Much Better Than Capitalism, and Communism Will Be A Far Better World
    By Raymond Lotta
    Part 16: The Defeat of Socialism in China and Lessons for the Future
  • What's the difference between english only and whites only?
  • From A World To Win News Service Film Review: Darwin's Nightmare
  • Footnote Police Demand Blood: Ward Churchill Ruling

May 21, 2006 Issue #47

  • Big Brother and the Phone Companies Bush Regime Spies on Millions
  • THE BASIS, THE GOALS, AND THE METHODS OF THE COMMUNIST REVOLUTION
    By Bob Avakian
  • From Ike to Mao and Beyond. My Journey From Mainstream America to Revolutionary Communist
    From Chapter Six: "Your Sons and Your Daughters…"
    By Bob Avakian
  • Red Flag Vs. American Flag Two Very Different Histories—Two Very Different Futures
  • Correspondences Reading, Promoting, and Discussing Bob Avakian's Memoir
  • Catching Rumsfeld the Liar Red-Handed—and on National TV
    By Larry Everest
  • Ray McGovern: "We're Not Talking About Petty Crimes or Misdemeanors, We're Talking About War Crimes"
  • An Evening of Philosophical Discussion: Engaging with Marxism and the Call of the Future
  • Close Encounters of the Horowitz Kind, Part 1
    By Alan Goodman
  • From A World to Win News Service Iran Maoists Hit Islamic Regime's "Nuclear Posturing"
  • Bush to Order Troops to the Border
  • Battle Cry for Theocracy
    by Sunsara Taylor
  • Fear and Loathing at Philadelphia's BattleCry
    by Sunsara Taylor

May 14, 2006 Issue #46

  • A Call and a Challenge May First—Immigrants and Allies Take to the Streets!
  • THE BASIS, THE GOALS, AND THE METHODS OF THE COMMUNIST REVOLUTION
    By Bob Avakian
  • On Bob Avakian's New Works. AN EXTRAORDINARY VISION AND SYNTHESIS—AND A CHALLENGE TO EVERY RADICAL, REVOLUTIONARY, AND COMMUNIST
  • From Ike to Mao and Beyond. My Journey From Mainstream America to Revolutionary Communist
    From "Chapter Five: Life Interrupted"
    By Bob Avakian
  • Memoir Reading on Radio
  • Horowitz's Brownshirts and "Balance" in the Classroom
    By Alan Goodman
  • Welcome Ferment on "Elite" Campuses
  • Our Flag is Red, Not Red, White and Blue
  • This call is from The World Can't Wait—Drive Out the Bush Regime: Mass Mobilization Thursday, October 5—Drive Out the Bush Regime!
    The Bush Regime Must be Stopped!
  • From A World to Win News Service Iran Maoists Hit Islamic Regime's "Nuclear Posturing"
  • A Call to Readers and Distributors: Take Revolution to Immigrants in Small Towns and Rural Areas
  • Socialism Is Much Better Than Capitalism, And Communism Will Be a Far Better World
    By Raymond Lotta
    PART 15: The Cultural Revolution: Health Care and the Economy
  • Rumsfeld's Lies Exposed Live on TV

May 1, 2006 Issue #45

  • THE BASIS, THE GOALS, AND THE METHODS OF THE COMMUNIST REVOLUTION
    By Bob Avakian
  • May 1: Another World—A Communist World—Is Possible!
  • From Ike to Mao and Beyond. My Journey From Mainstream America to Revolutionary Communist
    From "Chapter Three: The World Begins to Open" and "Chapter Four: High School"
    By Bob Avakian
  • Call to Readers Take Up the Red Flag on May First
  • The Minutemen — Enforcers of Death on the Border & Promoters of Racist Hatred
    By Luciente Zamora
  • The Just Demands of the Immigrants Must Be Met!
  • Support the Anti-Minutemen 5
  • Correspondence Things are Changing
  • México negro/Black Mexico
    Submitted by a Reader
  • Correspondence from "Conservative Kansas" Distributing Revolution in the Midst of Immigrants' Struggle
  • RESISTANCE, REVOLUTION, AND WHAT SHOULD — AND SHOULD NOT — BE SUPPORTED
    By Bob Avakian
  • New Slideshow on revcom.us Still Winter in New Orleans
    By Li Onesto
  • A Challenge for the People Light Up the Sky with the Red Flag—Live Like Damián García
    By Miguel Alfonso Cañero from the L.A. Writers Collective
  • Upsurge Continues in Nepal U.S. Interests, Plots, and Intrigues
    By Li Onesto
  • Interview with an Eyewitness in Kathmandu
  • Forum at UC Berkeley "The Attack on Scientific Thinking and Why We Must Defend Science"
  • More on the European March Against the Oppression of Women in Iran
    By Mary Lou Greenberg
  • Just Announced Oct. 5, 2006—A Day of Mass Mobilization: Drive Out the Bush Regime!
  • Why the Democrats Won't Stand and Fight: And Why YOU MUST
    By Sunsara Taylor

April 17, 2006 Issue #44

  • If You Want To See A Better World…
    From Ike to Mao… and Beyond Comes Out on Audio, Read By Bob Avakian
  • From Ike to Mao and Beyond
    My Journey from Mainstream America to Revolutionary Communist
    From "Chapter One: Mom and Dad" and "Chapter Two: One Nation Under God—A '50s Boyhood"
    by Bob Avakian
  • Which Way Forward for the Movement?
    by Travis Morales
  • Brownshirts on Campus with Deep Connections to Bush
    David Horowitz and the Halls of Power
    by Alan Goodman
  • Immigrants Are Our Sisters and Brothers, Not Our Enemy
    Tear Down That Wall!
    by Joe Veale, for the Revolutionary Communist Tour
  • Correspondence from Tucson: Communists and the Immigrant Upsurge
  • Suppression of Vaccine for Cervical Cancer
    Christian Fascists to Women: "Abstinence or Death"
  • Selections from:
    Still Winter in New Orleans
    Photos by Li Onesto
  • Nepal: Mass Upsurge Against the King
    U.S. Up To No Good
    by Li Onesto
  • U.S. Threatens War on Iran – Nuclear Strikes Contemplated
    by Larry Everest
  • Socialism is Much Better Than Capitalism and Communism Will Be A Far Better World: by Raymond Lotta
    Part 14: The Cultural Revolution—Accomplishments in Education and Culture
    by Raymond Lotta
  • WANTED FOR ILLEGALLY CROSSING BORDERS
    The Bush Regime
  • Revolution received a number of responses to Alan Goodman's review of "The Professors—The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America"" from professors who are attacked in the book, and obtained permission to post several of these responses at our web site. Read the comments

April 10, 2006 Issue #43

The essence of what exists in the U.S. is not democracy but capitalism-imperialism and political structures to enforce that capitalism-imperialism.

What the US spreads around the world is not democracy, but imperialism and political structures to enforce that imperialism.

Bob Avakian

April 3, 2006 Issue #42

  • A Fresh and Powerful Spring Wind
    Immigrants' Struggle: Big Changes and Big Lessons
  • Views on Socialism and Communism: A Radically New Kind of State, A Radically Different and Far Greater Vision of Freedom
    A MATERIALIST UNDERSTANDING OF THE STATE AND ITS RELATION TO THE UNDERLYING ECONOMIC BASE.
    by Bob Avakian
  • "The Professors…"
    David Horowitz and the New Brownshirts
    by Alan Goodman
  • Open Letter to Youth and Students, From Dr. Juan Gomez Quinones, Historian and Writer, UCLA
  • Analyzing the Immigration Bills: The Outright Attacks…And the Deadly Traps
  • Around the Country
    Tens of Thousands of Students Walk Out Against HR4437
  • If You Think That Driving Out the Immigrants Will Help You Get a Job, Read This:
  • "National Security" and Immigrants: the Hype and the Reality
  • from the Draft Programme of the RCP,USA
    Socialism Will Abolish Discrimination Against Immigrants
  • Speaking the Unspeakable: Is the Bush Administration Guilty of War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity?
  • Socialism Is Much Better Than Capitalism, and Communism Will Be a Far Better World
    Part 13: The Cultural Revolution—Complex and Liberating Struggle, by Raymond Lotta
  • Bob Avakian Books, Audio, and Video

March 27, 2006 Issue #41

March 20, 2006 Issue #40

March 13, 2006 Issue #39

  • Chicago Immigrants—A Defiant Show of Strength
  • There Is No "War on Terror"
    by Larry Everest
  • Report from European March Against Anti-Women Legislation in Iran
    by Mary Lou Greenberg
  • Views on Socialism and Communism: A Radically New Kind of State, A Radically Different and Far Greater Vision of Freedom
    Materialism vs Idealism. The Fundamental Contradiction of Capitalism, and the Revolutionary Resolution of This Contradiction
    by Bob Avakian
  • Extended One More Week…
    Revolution Sustainer Drive: $50,000 / 500 Sustainers
  • Democrats Out-Bush Bush on Dubai Ports Deal
  • US Troops—A History of Shame
  • South Central L.A.: Checkpoint Confrontation
  • Religious Voice Against Christian Fascism
    Rabbi Sounds the Alarm on the "Christocrats"
  • Birth Control, Double Standards, and Oppressive Morality
  • Socialism Is Much Better Than Capitalism, and Communism Will Be a Far Better World
    Part 12: The Cultural Revolution in China, A Seismic Eruption of Liberation
    by Raymond Lotta
  • Bono: Lunching with Satan

March 9, 2006

March 6, 2006 Issue #38

  • THE NEED FOR COMMUNISTS TO BE. COMMUNISTS, by Bob Avakian
  • March 8, 2006, International Women's Day, BREAK THE CHAINS, UNLEASH THE FURY OF WOMEN AS A MIGHTY FORCE FOR REVOLUTION!
    • The Experience of Socialism in the Soviet Union and China, Women's Liberation on the Cutting Edge
    • The Morality of the Right to Abortion. And the Immorality of Those Who Oppose It
    • Women's Voices from the Book Dispatches from the People's War in Nepal, by Li Onesto
    • March in Europe Demands Abolition of Anti-Women Laws in Iran, March in Europe Demands Abolition of Anti-Women Laws in Iran
    • Call to Join the Great Walk Against Anti-Women Punitive Laws in Iran's Islamic Republic on March 8th 2006!
    • Statement of the Campaign for Abolition of all Misogynic Gender Based Legislation & Islamic Punitive Laws in Iran
    • European March for Women's Liberation in Iran (From a World to Win News Service)
    • What the U.S. Occupation Has Meant for Iraqi Women (From a World to Win News Service)
    • The Bible Taken Literally – for Women – Is a Horror

    March 4, 2006

    February 27, 2006 Issue #37

    February 20, 2006 Issue #36

    February 13, 2006 Issue #35

    • Spies, Lies, Thugs and Torture
    • If you're looking for the government to protect you.
    • Excerpts from: U.S. Constitution: An Exploiters' Vision of Freedom, by Bob Avakian
    • Revolution Interview, Dahr Jamail: Eyewitness to U.S. War Crimes in Iraq
    • Black History Month, A History of Oppression and Resistance, Part 1: From Slavery to Civil War
    • Cheers & Jeers: Rev. Joseph Lowery
    • What About You?, Sustain Revolution!
    • On the Occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the People's War in Nepal, by Li Onesto
    • Reporter's Notebook, Voices from the Feb. 4 "Bush Step Down!" Protest
    • International Tribunal Finds Bush Regime Guilty of Crimes Against Humanity
    • We Dare Not Speak Its Name, by Rev. Rich Lang
    • Socialism Is Much Better Than Capitalism, and Communism Will Be a Far Better World, Part 10: The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution in China—Not Fanatical Purge, but the Socialist Road vs. the Capitalist Road, by Raymond Lotta
    • Editorial: The anti-Islam Cartoons Controversy--Not About "Freedom of Speech", (From A World to Win News Service)
    • European March for Women's Liberation in Iran, (From A World to Win News Service)
    • Back from Iraq—and Shot by the Police
    • Hurricanes, Climate Change, and Global Warming, Part 4: What is to be done?, (From A World to Win News Service)

    February 6, 2006 #34, Special Update

    • ". Bush's State of the Union speech marked a further step into the abyss of a new, high-tech dark ages, another leap in the direction of fascism. But with the ferment and resistance in this extraordinary two-week period, there is a sense of something beginning to take root and emerge from below—a movement with the moral clarity and determination to change the course of history. " (read more)
    • Washington, D.C., Feb. 4, BUSH STEP DOWN and Take Your Program with You!
    • Guilty! Guilty! Guilty! Guilty!, International Commission Delivers Verdicts on Bush Administration
    • Photographs from the February 4th "Bush Step Down" Protest in Washington D.C., by Revolution photojournalist Li Onesto

    February 2, 2006 #33 Update

    January 30, 2006 Update

    January 30, 2006, Issue #33

    • The Elevation of Alito and the Future We Must Fight:
      Part 1, Moves to Outlaw Abortion: A Leap in Patriarchy and Theocratic Domination
    • The Republi-Fascists. and the Republi-crats and Where Is the Real Alternative?, by Bob Avakian
    • Building the Future, First International Road Building Brigade Reports Back from Liberated Area in Nepal
    • Latin America: Behind the Turmoil
    • Black Church Summit Takes Stand Against Anti-Gay Discrimination
    • Tribunal Indicts Bush, Jan. 20-22: International Commission of Inquiry on Crimes Against Humanity Committed by the Bush Administration
    • Needed: $50,000 in pledges in five weeks, Sustain Revolution!
    • Correspondence, The Impact of Mobile's Example
    • Dominionism: Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid, The future we must stop!
    • Witch-Hunt at UCLA Targets Professors
    • Bush Cheers New Anti-Mao Biography, Authors Are "Thrilled,"
      Maoist Scholar Says: "Big Liars and Big Anti-Communists Deserve Each Other."
    • Socialism Is Much Better Than Capitalism, and Communism Will Be A Far Better World,
      Part 9: The Great Leap Forward, by Raymond Lotta
    • U.S. Threats Against Iran, Nuclear Hypocrisy and Global Ambitions

    January 22, 2006, Issue #32

    January 21, 2006

    January 18, 2006

    January 16, 2006, Issue #31

    January 12, 2006

    • January 9, 2006: "Monday Bloody Monday"
      The World Can't Wait called for "Bloody Monday" actions around the country on January 9 to "oppose Alito's rubber-stamp approval to the Supreme Court." Joe Veale writes about how revolutionary communists took this up in the southeast ghetto section of Washington, D.C.
      Read the whole story >

    January 10, 2006 — Special Update

    These are the third and fourth excerpts drawn from a talk given by Bob Avakian, Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party, to a group of Party members and supporters in 2005.

    Previous excerpts appeared in Revolution 29 and 30: "More on 'The Coming Civil War'" and "Polarization. Repolarization. and Revolution" An Appeal For Funds To Open Office In D.C.
    Revolutionary Communist Tour Hits D.C.!

    The Revolutionary Communist Speaking Tour is in Washington, D.C.! Spreading revolution and communism to people in the neighborhoods, the projects, workplaces, college campuses and high schools. Taking this message to mainly Black people on the bottom of society but also to people of all races and nationalities in poor and oppressed neighborhoods as well. The Revolutionary Communists will also take this message to Blacks in the middle class and to people of all races and nationalities amongst the middle class as well. And they are working to mobilize thousands of basic proletarians and others to the January 31 and February 4 actions of World Can't Wait, Drive Out the Bush Regime!

    Thousands and thousands of dollars are urgently needed to carry out that work. to pay for Revolution newspaper, for copies of the DVD of REVOLUTION. major speech by Bob Avakian, to buy books and other revolutionary literature, for office equipment . internet access, DVD players, food and shelter for the organizers of the Revolutionary Communist Speaking Tour.

    I told her that she needed to stop believing this nonsense! Stop letting things happen to us and take responsibility for the future yourself! I approached her and just began telling her about Willie Shaw. She continued to yell at me but I went ahead and told her she needed to listen if she had an open mind at all. She did listen. I read to her the passages mentioned above and went on to tell her that there's millions of people like Willie who, if they were conscious and armed with an understanding of how the real world works and began to act on that understanding, could fight for a different future. The world could be a much different and better place.

    This woman broke down in tears when I told her that our Chairman was challenging people like her to live like this and fight for this different and better future, stepping into Willie's shoes. She started telling me that she had recently lost her apartment, and her brother and niece, all the family she had in the world, had been killed due to neglect in some industrial accident and she didn't have the power or ability to fight the case. "I'm angry all the time at everything! All I know is that I see all this stuff going up for white people and our people ain't got nothing and are getting less and less and ain't nobody telling us what to do about it. I want to thank you for telling me about this because I needed to hear it."

    January 9, 2006 Issue #30

    January 6, 2006 Issue #30


    Mental Health, Paranoia, & Religious Delusion

    Christians who see the holiday as harmless fun are “co-laboring with the works of darkness,” she writes. Essentially they are supporting what DeGraw says are occult practices like having sex with demons and sacrificing babies to drink their blood.

    She argues that Christians should repent for past participation in Halloween the same way they’d repent for “pornography, masturbation, rape, stealing, or vulgar language.” DeGraw asks, “Why is Halloween any different?”

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    Geeky Camera Bit:

    Obviously weight was a real issue with this event and I really did not want to carry any more than necessary! It will be no surprise that I opted for my mirrorless Fuji cameras. With the weather forecast as it was I also really did not want to change lenses unless absolutely necessary therefore I fitted the 56/1.2 to the X-T1 and the 14/2.8 to the X-Pro1.

    I' m a real fan of the Think-Tank range of gear and although it offered less protection than putting all the kit in a rucksack, I needed to distribute the weight so I carried the 2 cameras along with a 55-200 and 18-55 in a belt system on my waist. I have 2 'Skin Body Bags' each of which carries a camera fitted with a lens plus an additional lens. Spare batteries were kept in my pockets so they did not get too cold (although I did not need to change them).

    In the vain hope of a a break in the weather, in the rucksack I had 2 YN560 speedlights with remote triggers (no surprise - they did not leave the bag!)

    The images were shot in RAW and JPG with the 'Base Camp' photos being tweeted live via an I-Pad and WiFi connection to the X-T1. All of the images were shot in Astia/Soft with very little post-process work required (I really love the colours these cameras produce).

    I am used to the comments and 'ribbing' i get from other pro photographers about using these cameras but the fact is, as long as the job is right (there are still a few types of job they cannot do), they are every bit as good as a large DSLR if setup and used appropriately.

    Mon, 18 May 2015 13:08:02 GMT

    If you have read my blog before, the name CARE should be familiar to you. If you have not read before (why not?) it may not. CARE was formed more than 60 years ago, at the end of World War II in 1945 (more history).

    Back to today I am resting as we start the walk (climb) at Midnight with the aim of reaching the summit at 4:30 in time for the 5:20 sunrise.

    I always feel at home when i come to this part of the country, I am not sure why but I have a real affinity and connection to the place (I find it a bit weird considering I was raised in the city and the only sport I was ever good at was sailing - giving me a strong connection to the sea). Sitting on some rocks watching the clouds pass Snowdon (I could not quite see the mountain but knew where it was) I have to say it did not look that welcoming, something my host for the weekend confirmed when he checked all the the local weather forecasts and added his knowledge. Its going to be cold. (In fact one of the forecasts suggests snow above 700M).

    With very poor visibility forecast also I'm not sure there will be many landscape photos brought back down with me, in fact I'm just hoping its clear enough to get photos of the other walkers!

    I'm no landscape photographer but the images show how it was this afternoon. Mind you - does not look as if this chap is bothered.

    Drop back to see how i got on.

    Fri, 15 May 2015 15:38:00 GMT

    An empty Worthing beach early on Easter Sunday morning.

    So after taking this photo we chatted for a few minutes. She said how she was enjoying the peace and serenity of the ocean's natural beauty and no matter what we throw into it, the ocean just keeps on doing its thing.

    Different beliefs, different race but thinking the same and lifted by the same sights.

    And if that is not the perfect Easter Sunday "thought for the day" I will eat my hat.

    Sun, 05 Apr 2015 13:05:11 GMT

    Of course, everyone focuses on the leaders of the parties but of course, the other members are no less important and at the conferences, I have to make sure I photograph anyone who might make the news.

    So with that in mind, here are some (slightly) lesser known MP's.

    Fri, 20 Mar 2015 18:16:45 GMT

    From what I have read before the trip and the reactions, it is quite clear that the general west has decided that the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is not worth the effort. There is an almighty UN presence (as I will find out) and an inordinate number of NGO&rsquos operating here, but the general public? I am writing this sitting in Nairobi airport waiting for our transfer to Kigali (Rwanda). I hate night flights, the only part of me that managed to sleep was my feet. Apart from that all I got was a cricked neck. Passing the time and flicking through the Kenya Airways in-flight magazine I could not help but notice the mention of east and west coast African countries but the only mention of the heart of Africa was the Kenya Airways office locations.

    The sunrise as we landed could only signal one location the red skies, the mists, the banyan trees &ndash Africa. I suddenly felt wide awake! The flight to Kigali were trouble free, as was the border crossing. Well trouble free for us, less so for our cases, which remained in Nairobi. Still, our driver says he can return tomorrow to collect them.

    The 3 hour drive through Rwanda is both one of the most fascinating and frustrating things I have done. The sights, the sounds, the colours! Only there was no stopping to photograph as we were already running late due to the cases. I would prefer to take 3 days over this journey, not 3 hours! The DRC border with Rwanda at Goma is straight out of a film hut on the Rwandan side, paperwork and passport stamped out of the country, walk around a barrier, through no-mans land, another barrier, more stamps and paperwork and we are in&hellip

    Our hotel is 3 minutes from the crossing and after a shower and sleep I tuck into skewered captains (fish from the lake Kivu on which the city of Goma is situated).

    MON 23rd : CARE International DRC and Goma.

    A great nights sleep, waking before the alarm giving me time to shower and check out the cameras before breakfast.. Cheese, dry bread and a good strong Arabica Coffee.

    Sitting in the hotel drive awaiting our lift I could not help but feel this is NGO city UN, OXFAM, SAVE THE CHILDREN etc, white 4×4 after white 4×4 pass the gate separated only by locals on motorcycles. The CARE compound is everything you expect of an NGO compound in an unstable state big steel doors, razor wire atop the surrounding walls and security guards in bright, smart outfits. We attended the morning meeting where we were introduced to the team and then Deborah (CARE press officer) gave a presentation about CARE International UK before heading off through the centre of GOMA and out to a health centre.

    At first we started along a wide dual carriageway with a grass strip but a couple of roundabouts later, on increasingly narrowing and busy roads, the tarmac was replaced by lava. Goma is situated between 2 mountains and the road we were driving along was the path of the lava flow during last eruption in 2002. The city is like no other on earth buildings (if they could be called that) are built from lava, wood and corrugated steel and built directly on the lava. Vendors sell from mats, shop fronts, tables, wherever they can. Goods are carried on heads, heavily loaded motorbikes, cycles or the locally made wooden scooters &ldquoTschukudus&rdquo which are pushed along by hand. The amount that they manage to load on a bike is staggering, I&rsquom quite sure I could not balance the load, let alone push it along.

    With the number of white NGO 4×4&primes around I would have expected maybe a little less staring and intimidation than I felt from time to time. Of course, for us, stopping is out of the question so as we drove along I was snatching pictures through the open window of the 4×4.

    The lava gave way to dirt track as we headed up the mountain to the health centre &ldquoCentre de Sante de Kanyaruchinya&rdquo.

    The DRC is very hierarchical and our first meeting is with a head nurse. We are here to talk to patients but his story was no less amazing I guess that in the DRC, everybody has been affected by the fighting and I&rsquom sure every survivor has an amazing story. The nurse gave us some figures. Even though the fighting has mainly ended, in December this centre has had 4 new rape cases and &ldquoHeal Africa&rdquo another 15 this problem is still endemic. Last year the red cross reported 250 cases.

    We interviewed and photographed 3 women, all attacked when working in the fields by combatants, all now having no jobs, all supporting children. I cannot really add any more then this at the moment &ndash I just do not know how they cope or live&hellip but they do.

    Back at the compound we saw the materials that CARE are providing to locals to teach about rape and how the survivors should be supported. At the moment this is part of the problem the survivors are outcast, from their families, villages and friends. The key to CARE&rsquos work is getting the community to help itself. They educate &ldquorelays&rdquo who go door-to-door in each village, educating and spreading the word and at the centre we witnessed the education of relays about a forthcoming vaccination program.

    TUE 24th : CARE International DRC and Goma.

    A quiet knock on the door at 6AM the bags have arrived &ndash YAY! I was so excited shampoo, clean clothes etc. I opened the case and a thought dawned on me: apart from the photography kit, I have managed so far, why do I need all this? The creams, the lotions, the stuff we use everyday. That said, I enjoy a shower with my stuff, put on clean clothes and head off to breakfast and then the CARE compound.

    After CARE&rsquos daily meeting we sit down with security to discuss tomorrows trip. The atmosphere is a little tense the road we will be travelling down is insecure, the city we are visiting is ok. NGO workers are not normally targeted in The Congo so it should be ok. I talk it though with Deborah and she runs though car-jacking basics with me. If CARE security says its ok, then its ok, we go.

    About 20 minutes later the security guy comes back, his body language is totally different. One of the villages we plan to visit is unstable and It&rsquos now clear we should not be going. Our host Bronwyn heads off to find a new destination for our trip and comes back saying we should visit Masisi. An IDP (Internally displaced persons) camp is seeing new arrivals and another very interesting project. But that is tomorrow.

    Today we are off further up the volcano to visit 2 families and ex-combatants. Even traveling as a passenger in the 4×4 for an hour or so is difficult (and a great workout for the abs), consider then how hard the driver is working or even more profound, how hard for the locals pushing their goods along the same &ldquoroads&rdquo on cycles and scooters.

    We meet the first combatant at the village administrators&rsquo and he is obviously wanting to make a good impression smart tie, shirt, impressive belt. We drive to his home (another hard 30 minutes) past the parcel of land he has purchased with the profit from his new business on which he will build his new home. We gathered in his current home with his wife while the rest of the village and children took an interest from outside. I asked the translator to check it was ok to photograph them as they talked as I had the feeling they would both be quite animated it was a good move. Although dark, the light coming thought the door was of a great quality and I positioned myself to make the most of it, getting images that I feel really represent the couple. After the interview I took a couple more frames outside with their kiosk and with their goats as the story is how CARE trained and supported the couple to start a business. Completing the visit with a few shots of the locals we bid our farewell.

    The relationship between the next couple could not have been more different. Another long term ex-combatant (a commander of over 700 men) helped by CARE to start a business and (as he very proudly stated), able to put his 7 children though school. After the interview at their home (again photographed as they talked) he took us to the location of his business, tyre repair, just off the side of a busy street. The room was very dark and not the easiest to work in. Whilst I was inside Deborah and Bronwyn were attracting a fair amount of attention in the street which only increased as we headed back to the 4×4. I managed to shoot a few street scene images before too many gathered. The camera was being treated with a great deal of suspicion so we moved off before it got too intimidating.

    On the way back to the hotel we ate absolutely amazing humous and falafel in a bar that looking at, you would not touch with a barge-pole. Local knowledge is a wonderful thing and Bronwyn ordered us 3 fresh strawberry smoothies that were fantastic. After that it was a quick glass of wine by the lake (Kivu) at a hotel. It was hard to digest the difference that walking 50M through the hotel grounds had made from the broody dirty streets of Goma I now may as well have been sitting in a bar on the banks of Swiss or Austrian lake. It was not only the view the luxury, tables and service was all up there. Was I really still in Goma?

    WED 25th : An amazing barber and travel to Masisi

    We checked out of our Hotel &ndash the grandly named &ldquoVIP Palace&rdquo to head off on our field trip.

    The first port of call however was Florence &ndash the first and only female barber in the DRC. Florence&rsquos Barbers shop is in the heart of Goma, only a few minutes journey from the hotel. What can I say, an absolutely amazing, inspirational woman. I walked away thinking we HAVE to get this story published, it&rsquos astonishing and will provide a lot of hope to women in many walks of life. I will not go into the full story here as I wish to work with Deborah to try and get the full story out. All I will say is Florence was raped by ex-combatant&rsquos (she still walks with a limp) and a CARE project took her from the streets, she chose to train as a barber (the only female, training with ex-combatants), started the shop and is now provides barber services to both men and women. The thing is she is the most joyous woman, smiling, laughing and making us laugh whilst she told her story. Amazing!

    As I write this can hear the chatter of children, singing, the chirping of birds. I am sitting outside the CARE guest house in the city of Masisi. Not really the western image of a city huts and shacks with very few rick buildings built on the side of the hills. With all the 4×4&primes back at their base and the motorbike riders back at home, all I can hear are the sounds of &ldquolife&rdquo.

    The journey was about 3 hours over rough tracks, I sat in the front and as ever tried to photograph from the window as we drove. I desperately did not want the typical &ldquostaring into the camera&rdquo image of poverty that is so typical of the poorer parts of Africa. These are a proud, hardworking people and I wanted to show this. Working from a speeding, bumping 4×4 is not easy All I could hope for as I worked was that a number of the images would be sharp enough.

    We ate food prepared for us by the house keeper beans, rice, cabbage and beef &ndash it was very, very good and perfect after the journey. The house is quite basic and although we will have power for a few hours each evening (by generator), I am not sure wether it will be long enough to fully charge all the batteries. This is one of the reasons I use the AA battery adaptor for the Nikon, I can always carry a batch of AA batteries (and you can be sure to locate them anywhere). I am offered a bucket of hot water for bathing (no running hot water), its a first for me but not a problem and I and am grateful to wash away the dust that coats me after the journey.

    THUR 26th : Village life, IDP&rsquos and a camp.

    This is one of the most difficult entries to write today consisted of just too many new sights, sounds, experiences and emotions.

    Early to bed meant early to rise: just before 6AM to be precise and I sat alone with a coffee listening to the sounds of &ldquolife&rdquo awaking and watching the mist clear the valleys, gradually revealing lower and lower hills just like the tide retreating at home.

    We set off before 8AM driving down through the city towards the village of Kanii. Down and down to the valley floor on smaller and smaller roads and then back up the other side on tracks that were smaller than footpaths and bridleways in the UK it gave me a new understanding of what our 4×4 (a Toyota Landcrusier) was capable of and I have to say our driver Senzuki was amazing.

    We arrived at the village and were greeted by the Administrator. As Deborah and Bronwyn held their first meeting, I wandered around the village, followed by a trail of children demanding to see the image of the back of the camera after every shot. The response to the camera was interesting some adults hide faces, some don&rsquot, some look on suspicious. Even the children react in different ways some try to get in every shot, others running for cover. The only common thread is that almost everyone wants to see the image on the back. I am not really sure if it is shyness or something else.

    I seems that in general the light is great and I am really pleased with my portraits of our subjects and the shots of general village life.

    Next we were off to an IDP camp. Just over 2km from the camp a bridge was &ldquoout&rdquo. Jumping up and down on the middle, our driver was sure it was safe to drive across (they do not like defeat) but we felt otherwise and so walked the final 2km up up the hill to the camp in the humid heat. A little light relief presented itself in the form of Deborah thinking a local woman was admiring her bag until she realised she was actually offering to carry it up the hill for her &ndash I think the word was &ldquomortified&rdquo.

    As we entered the camp we were swamped: it was a bit of an embarrassing &ldquoPrincess Di moment&rdquo, especially as we had nothing with us we were just here to talk. Getting shots close up to people here was very difficult due to the crowd following me around and after an hour of wandering around &ldquoalone&rdquo I decided to join the others in the room where they were meeting to cool down and switch lenses. Going &ldquolong&rdquo had the desired effect and although its not something I like to do, I was now able shoot over and through the surrounding crowd and the shots took on a new dimension.

    As we left the village we had a huge escort on foot &ldquoas you have made the effort to visit us, we want to make the effort to escort you to your vehicle&rdquo. Suffice to say the walk down the hill was far easier than the walk up.

    Back at the house it was meat, beans, rice and vegetables before another bucket bath. Later, when the generator was switched on I charged up all the cameras and the laptop with no problem. I noticed some network cables and was unable to resist plugging in. Shock! No only do we have internet, its faster than the connection in the hotel back in Goma! I cannot resist a Facebook status update &ldquoCannot believe I have the internet, I don&rsquot even have hot running water!&rdquo. We upload a couple photographs of us in the field and then proceed to amuse ourselves with clips from you-tube. Bedtime we are invaded by very scary hornet type flying bugs 2-3inches in length with red, black and yellow bodies. Eventually we manage to eradicate them and get to bed, tucking the net in tight around the bed. Surprisingly I sleep well.

    FRI 27th : Travel back to Goma.

    Setting off at 8am we try to photograph some market activity and see the chief administrator before leaving Masisi. Fail on both counts the administrator has been called away and the market does not start until 10AM. We get our papers stamped and so all is well for the drive.

    We decide to photograph a couple of shops that take the CARE voucher system (the key to CARE&rsquos work is to empower the local people and economy and one method they use is instead of shipping in food, they provide vouchers that may be spent in local markets for the IDP&rsquos to choose for themselves what they need). Walking through the street I am accosted by an elderly woman: she&rsquos hanging on to me singing, dancing and clapping. It creates a bit of a stir and I really wish I could understand what she is saying. It is for some reason the most uneasy I have felt all trip. Shops done and its an uneventful 3 hour trip back to Goma.

    After dropping our bags off at the hotel we lunch at the UN compound on the lake &ndash a total contrast to Masisi. Bronwyn invites a friend and whilst I tuck into a Cheeseburger and chips we chat about the UK, trash television and food.

    The afternoon was my time to give something back to the CARE workers who have looked after us for the week. I have prepared a short presentation on photography basics for them covering basic storytelling and image composition. They are really attentive, asking great questions. When I introduce the rule of thirds and suggest that most cameras have the option to display a grid when shooting, a number of cameras appear from bags and configured. I was also pleased with the reaction, feedback and discussion prompted by some of the images (all taken during the trip). The images of one couple was fascinating and obviously provoked the feelings I hoped for. A couple of the other images brought equally strong reactions and it was clear that my shots are on the right track.

    With this it was time to say goodbye and head back to hotel and pack ready for the driver to collect us the next day for the 3 hour drive across the border and back to Kigali airport. All we could hope for was that our cases made it back to the UK with us.

    Throughout the trip I could not help than be struck by not only the commitment of the CARE staff but also the fact that these projects work: they make a real difference to real people every day. In the UK we are definitely suffering with an Aid Fatigue and the image of all aid work being that of emergency work. My aim now is to ensure my work gets in front of as many people as possible to show that it does not take much to make a real difference to these proud people.

    Tue, 24 Feb 2015 19:53:33 GMT

    Sun, 15 Feb 2015 15:03:46 GMT

    These awards are the hi-light of the British film industries year, the night where the great and the good come together to give each other a pat on the back and say "well done". It's also the night where the press spend the next day (and the television pundits transmitting live) discuss the glamour and fashion faux-pas of the attendees. It's the night when the word "glamour" is on everyones lips and everyone assumes, because I attend it as a press photographer, it must be a glamours evening for me also. So just how does the day unfold?

    It starts with me leaving home in the morning dressed very smartly carrying not only 3 cameras, lenses and enough batteries to sink a battleship but also a small step ladder in case "the draw" is not favourable (more of that later). Of course this means I am on the receiving end of many strange looks (even having been asked if i was a window clear at one point).

    iPhone Image: On the Train iPhone Image: On the Train

    After arrival in Covent Garden the next stage of the annual game commences "hunt the accreditation office". The office, which handles the passes for all of the media and others needing access is in a different location each year and finding it is always tricky. Pass obtained its lunch.

    The "draw" commences at 3pm. Unlike the image many have of press photographers, we can be a quite orderly lot. For events such as the BAFTA's (and other premieres) a random draw (think cards from a hat) is held beforehand where each accredited photographer chooses their position in order according to the draw. At big events your whole evenings success can rest on this 15 minutes come out last or make a poor choice of position and the chances of decent images rapidly decreases. Shock of shock (we all pray to come out early but talk our chances down) I come out first. This gives me 1st choice - I opt safe and go for the centre, next to the 2 house photographers.

    iPhone picture of my view before the event iPhone picture of my view before the event

    Now we wait. Arrivals start at 4:45pm and last until 6:30pm so we are basically on our feet for almost 2 hours before the photography even starts. Once the doors are open, the arrivals always start slowly with guests either taking their time walking down the carpet (meeting others, doing TV interviews etc) or arriving late. This leads up to a frantic hour between 5:30 and 6:30 where all hell breaks loose. I did not count how many shots I took but the photographer behind me shot just over 2900 frames in that time. Look on the left of this image, that is basically a queue of A list movie stars, directors and producers waiting to be photographed!

    ALICE EVE ATTENDS EE BRITISH ACADEMY FILM AWARDS ARIVALS AT ROYAL OPERA HOUSE, LONDON, UK ON 08/02/2015 Alice Eve arrives on the red carpet for the EE BRITISH ACADEMY FILM AWARDS on 08/02/2015 at Royal Opera House, London. Picture by Julie Edwards

    After the arrivals, it is off to the backstage area to wait for the winners and presenters. We don't have long by the time we get backstage, unload and complete another draw for position (I come out very near the end this time), the ceremony is under way and the stream of subject starts. At least here we have chairs and power so between photographing, I am downloading the arrival images, captioning, editing and sending the images to press.

    EDDIE REDMAYNE AND FELICITY JONES ATTENDS THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING AT ROYAL OPERA HOUSE, LONDON, UK ON 08/02/2015 Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones backstage after winning the OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM for the film THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING at the EE BRITISH ACADEMY FILM AWARDS on 08/02/2015 at Royal Opera House, London. Picture by Julie Edwards

    This continues through to the end of the ceremony at 9:30pm. At this point its a mad dash for a train as the Southern service is so poor on a Sunday. Editing continues on the train and with 47GB of RAW images in total to go through, through the night until 4:30AM. (I do a further mop up the following day just to finish off with photographs of persons it was not so easy to identify).

    So thats the typical "glamorous" BAFTAs day of a press photographer.

    So which are my favourite images from the night? I'll show my favourite monochromes with a slide show in my next post.

    Sun, 15 Feb 2015 14:49:10 GMT

    So early this morning I was looking out at a grey sky with the feeling that if I went for a walk the clouds would make way and some great light would be the result. I took the X100 (as I have not used it that much in these situations recently) just to see if I was happy with the results and wether I should move it on .

    I was not disappointed by my "light hunch", it was the kind of light that gets me excited (ok, I'm weird). In fact I would go so far as saying if you are a photographer and this kind of light does not get you excited, it's time to sell the cameras and move on.

    So the question is, could my Fuji light-weight deal with the light?

    Sun, 16 Nov 2014 14:35:32 GMT

    Sat, 11 Oct 2014 09:54:15 GMT

    It was a few months ago that one of my picture editors asked if I fancied covering Festival No. 6 in North Wales for them. After taking a quick look at the festival website, seeing the kind of festival it is and finding out that the venue was (obviously) Portmeirion, I agreed but suggested that I cover it more as I want to as opposed to just being there for the music acts (as I was for V Festival).

    Shortly after that I had a meeting with Nathan from Fuji UK to look at and discuss their latest offerings. A quick play with the X-T1 and 56mm lens and an idea formed in my head Festival No.6 would be the perfect event to trial the X-T1 and lenses (especially as Portmeirion is built on a steep hillside).

    So this is how I found myself travelling to North Wales for my last festival of the season as many of my friends and colleagues headed south to the Isle of Wright for Bestival. In the back of the car were my X-Pro1, X100 along with a loan X-T1, lenses were the 10-24mm, 14mm, 23mm, 56mm and 55-200m added to my 18-55mm and 35mm lenses (all in a single backpack). I took a bit of a risk, packing no SLR back up at all as I am a firm believer that when testing, if you give yourself a backup as soon as something (however simple) goes wrong, the backup will come out and nothing will be learned.

    So after sorting the tent and pass(es) it was time for a wander around. It was soon clear that a) many were already enjoying themselves and b) this was going to be good fun.

    The first test on the main stage was Neneh Cherry and it was here i experienced my first problem: the quite well known “frame number full error”. I sort of remember the fix having experienced it on my own X-Pro1 when I first got it but could not remember the solution fast enough, so I resorted to the Pro1 with the 55-200. Before the problem though I took this on the T1 with the same lens.

    After the set, the problem was quickly solved and I carried on. Moral? Always check settings on any loan equipment thoroughly (I had replicated the shooting settings from my Pro1 but nothing else).

    The rest of the weekend carried on without any major issues although there were a few niggles (lets get them out of the way here):

    1. I love the dials on the top of the T1 BUT i found that adjusting the ISO and the shutter speed often left me changing the "drive" mode or "metering mode" also. I wish the locking button on the top locked the lower ring as the detents on the top dial were sufficient to stop accidental tweaking.
    2. The buttons are just a touch too small, I could see issues trying to use the camera in the winter and there is no way it would be possible with gloves.

    So how come the EVF is not on the list? (surely as EVERYONE hates the EVF to start with!) Well actually, there is a slight lag but I found I got used to it within a few hours and am pretty sure that most of the shots I did miss, could not be attributed to it. It does change how the subject is viewed though the viewfinder though, it does add a layer, almost obstructing the relationship with the subject, however what it adds is objectivity and the ability to know the shot will be as you intend (exposure/depth of field) before you take it. This led to me taking far less images with the resultant editing being far far quicker (due to having to do less to the images),

    An early start on Saturday morning (after breakfast).

    Wandering around photographing more atmosphere as it really is the events and cameos that take place away from the stage in the village that make this event really special (of course coupled with the surroundings).

    Given the location and the name of the festival, there had to be some "Prisoner" related action which included The Six of One Society (fans of the TV series The Prisoner) re-enacting a famous scene featuring human chess.

    My favourite of Saturday though was without doubt the quirky and mysterious "Lampshade Ladies". Photographed well into dusk and beyond this act was a photographers dream, the surrounding crowd though was of course the opposite a photographers nightmare. Lucky the smaller cameras made moving through a crowd far easier as despite carrying 2 cameras and 5 lenses, all my equipment was on a Think Tank belt.

    Both these images were shot on the 56mm/F1.2 on the XT which along with the 14mm on the Pro1 had become my standard walk-around setup (I did not really have any focus issues with the kit shooting this which might have been expected).

    The next morning, more bacon and more walking which included some general library views of the Village and Hotel (including the 1st image above). It's easy to forget that whilst all this was going on, there were a number of stages dotted through the woods, on the seafront and of course the main stage in the field. As you will have gathered by now, it's not only music at this festival and in the picturesque woods i found "Sanctuary", an interactive immersive soundscape by award winning artist Caitlin Shephard where participants listen in the woods.

    The main stage included the classic "Martha Reeves and the Vandellas" on the Sunday afternoon.

    Finishing off on the Sunday night was a parade featuring "Spark!"

    Again, a really difficult crowd to move throughout getting a position rewarded me with a really good set of images, with the 14mm on the Pro1 and the 56 on the XT. I had the X-Pro set to 3200ISO as I knew this was a good setting where the images would be more than good enough, however I turned the XT up to 5000 and the 6400 and I have to say once i got the images back to the pc, I was astounded. This image has a very slight lift in exposure and cut in hilights, other than that it's a JPG shot from the XT (I only shot Jpegs all weekend as I know these files are fantastic from these cameras).

    I learnt a few things over the weekend, the first of which is that Festival No. 6 is a "must do" addition to the calendar.

    As for the XT and lenses? I think I can summarise that the XT is far better than I thought. Thinking with the caveat of what I was shooting and how I work, my belief before that weekend was that it was likely to be 2 generations away from being able to replace my DSLR's, it's not, if Fuji listen (as they have been listening in the past few years), the next generation could nail it.

    My next surprise was that my "walk around" set-up became the 14mm on the X-Pro and the 56mm on the XT. Most of my working time my cameras have zoom lenses mounted for flexibility but here, despite testing the 10-24 and having my 18-55 with me, I automatically opted for these 2 primes.

    The biggest sticking point for me (and I think most press photographers) is the flash and hotshoe. We could do with a slightly faster sync speed but the nail in the coffin for the red carpet events I cover is that the flash is not enabled in the continuous shooting modes.

    However for many events I cover, these little systems would be an absolute blessing the lenses are crisp, the colours and files are lovely direct from the camera and in difficult lighting (focussing aside) the EVF is a real boon in getting it as you see it quickly. In fact I have an event I am booked for in the 1st of October where I know I will miss the X-T1 and 56mm, or maybe I won't . lets just see what transpires.

    A full gallery of images from the Festival can be seen here..

    Mon, 15 Sep 2014 16:06:01 GMT

    Surely there is worse news than the death of Robbin Williams?

    Yes there is but when considering this blog, I have really struggled with inspiration, what can I write about? I really never wanted this to be a list of jobs covered, accolades or even equipment comments, I wanted it to give you, the reader a bit of the inside of me so that when you need a photographer, you can think about your needs, your inspiration and know wether or not my vision or ideals match your requirements. However as soon as I heard this news I knew I had to write something, I was not sure what but I knew I had to.

    I have always listed in my personal favourite films ‘Dead Poets Society’, it’s the belief that Robbin’s character instills in his pupils, the self belief, the realisation that this is your life, that you have to do what you believe in, be who you are. No not every pupil in the film “gets it”, nor does everyone “get it” in real life either but this message has always stuck with me and its something that will with stick with me forever.

    It’s this message (not only gained from this film obviously) that led to me changing path 10 years ago becoming a photographer. I also try to use the base message as I work: To believe in myself, to photograph the world and create images how I see them. There is a huge pressure on press (agency) photographers nowadays to deliver technically perfect, straight up, straight down, landscape, portrait photographs. The world is not like that, it’s not technically perfect, its full of emotion and belief and this is how I try to portray it. Yes my images are as technically perfect as possible but I will not discard an image if is shows slight movement or even if it’s slightly soft, is the emotion is there, the feeling is there, that is what counts, also most of the time we are seeing this imperfections at such a large scale that when they reach the printed page they are imperceptible (but the emotion is always perceptible).

    In the last 8 years i only photographed Robbin once, Happy Feet 2 i think it was and I remember it was not only I that was looking forward to photographing one of our heroes. I would love to tell a story of how he was larger than life, making us laugh but sadly that was not the case, a few of us commented after how disappointed we were, he was a shell of the person we were expecting. Knowing what we know now, with Robbin’s battle with his demons he probably was just the shell, going through the motions. It’s easy to say that but I guess it’s a factor.

    So I now have my feelings off my chest and tonight after editing the premiere I will no doubt be sitting down, watching ‘Dead Poets’ and raising a glass to Robin…

    O Captain. My Captain….. you will be sorely missed….

    Tue, 12 Aug 2014 20:31:46 GMT

    The image was originally created as a present for my parents where a 1M long canvas now hangs in their hallway. I have since offered it as a limited edition print which, when exhibited, has received a fair amount of praise. There are only a few remaining now so if you are interested, contact me.

    Thu, 31 Jul 2014 17:53:45 GMT

    I always find it interesting listening to how other creative artists work and their thought processes. In this video Christopher describes some of his inspiration, it's well worth a listen.

    Wed, 23 Jul 2014 17:38:09 GMT

    Last night, at Hyde Park, I experienced the opposite as a massive crowd crush halted the concert and many were treated within the pit.

    When something like this happens it's time photographers have to make snap decisions, it is a news story, we do need to record it, the question is how and what. My aim with this shot was to show the melee in the pit without focusing or really showing any one individual and without intruding.

    Sun, 06 Jul 2014 11:17:40 GMT

    First up is the crowd at KoKo, Camden Town in April shot with a very wide lens. What appeals to me in this shot is the extremities of emotion the girls in the centre are totally lost in the moment, not having a clue they are the focus of my camera. A girl in the second row (and a guy further back) looking straight at me although nothing else was happening and finally towards the edge there seem to be a couple of people that are totally bored, who would rather be somewhere else..

    Camden again, this time The Roundhouse for The Flaming Lips in May. The stage was very high for this but what we have here is a crowd looking up in what looks like wonder as confetti is fired from the stage into the air.

    Now we are into summer and the June premiere of "World War Z" a film that featured a Muse soundtrack and so a special performance by them at Horse Guards Parade. Covering the premiere for The Empire I was particularly keen to cover the concert also as I had missed them a few weeks earlier at The Emirates stadium. The gig was short with us not getting very long in the pit (due to a mix up). What I really loved about this gig was the contrast between the music and the architecture (walking down Whitehall after with Muse echoing off all the government buildings was wonderful). This is not actually my favourite shot from the evening (see here) but mixing monochrome and colour in the same blog post I am told is a big no-no.

    The end of June and now we get to the start of the festivals and Glastonbury. There can really only be one crowd from this, the crowd for The Rolling Stones. What an evening. With 2 photographers on assignment from my agency and one pass to shoot from the "pit" I opted to shoot from the crowd to get the atmosphere (plus I really wanted to see the concert having never seen them and I did have a back up plan). The crowd was immense, the atmosphere electric and The Stones, well they were fantastic. This was taken from way back in the crowd, choosing my moment to raise up on a step to get an elevated view (after explaining to those around me - who were all relaxed and quite happy, unlike some audiences i have known). My back up plan was that I got an assignment to shoot The Stones from the pit a couple of weeks later at Hyde Park.

    On to august now and Standon Calling with King Charles + a few on the main stage. I was walking back to the press area from the second stage just as King Charles was performing his last numbers. I was at the top of the hill (back of the crowd) when he "invited" a stage invasion. I was now in the crowd struggling to get to the front whilst the rest of the crowd were struggling to get to the stage. Not the greatest of shots but I think it sums up the melee quite well.

    Not all my crowd shots were at music concerts. This was the end of August and the World Premiere of One Direction - This is us 3D in Leicester Square. I have never seen the square so crowded and noisy, I wish i had taken the ear-plugs I use at concerts with me!

    On to November now and Islington Assembly Hall. I was sitting at the back during the support waiting for T'Pau. I thought I would play with my favourite latest toy - the Fuji X-Pro1 whist waiting. It's a great tool which I now carry most of the time (and if I am not carrying that I have the X100 with me).

    And finally December and the last gig I shot in 2013. A charity concert at The Hammersmith Apollo hosted by Coldplay. The wristbands that were so effective in the Stadium gigs were also very effective in the 5000 capacity former Odeon (as I still call it).

    So thats my cross-section of 2013 crowds. All it tells us really is that every concert is different, every crowd is different, every attendee experiences different emotions and thats why I love photographing concerts.

    Anything else I learnt this year? The Rolling Stones are like London busses: They have been around for years, everyone prefers the older ones and that you don't see them for ages and then 3 (concerts) come along together.

    I hope you had a good christmas break and I wish you the very best for 2014.

    Tue, 31 Dec 2013 10:52:26 GMT

    It was also Angelina's first public engagement (now I am making them sound like royalty) since the announcement of her double mastectomy so there was of course, an awful lot of press interest and the press areas were full to bursting. It was great to see such huge public support for her during must what have been a very difficult time.

    They looked very happy and relaxed together.

    After the premiere (whilst the film was showing), we had a long wait until the free MUSE concert in Horse Guards Parade that was laid on instead of a party. The venue was packed (I have read reports of 15,000 attendees but I cannot verify that).

    MUSE were their usual excellent selves and the only negative part of the evening was that fact that we only had one song with them on stage in which to photograph.

    Although this sounds corny, walking down Whitehall with the sound of MUSE bouncing between all the wonderful government buildings it did sort of make me think how great London is and how proud I am to call it my home city.

    Images of the premiere were syndicated via PhotoShot and are available here as well as my own gallery here.

    Images of the MUSE concert are available for licensing via PhotoShot here..

    Mon, 03 Jun 2013 18:00:00 GMT

    Thu, 23 May 2013 07:09:26 GMT

    This is a re-jig of a post I wrote back in 2009

    The terms and conditions of many photographic competition's run by corporations have terms like this (these were lifted from a travel company's competition):

    • All entries must be photographs taken and owned by you.
    • By submitting your photographs to **** , you are agreeing for us to publish your photographs at any time, in any publication or on-line, and in any capacity we choose.
    • By entering your photographs into this competition, you are then agreeing to transfer the copyright of such images to ****
    • **** reserves the right to modify any photographs submitted, such as amending colours, cropping or re-sizing.
    • The photographs should be limited to destinations visited by **** , or of one of our ships.
    • **** reserves the right to cancel the competition at any stage.
    • Entrants should ensure that, where relevant, they obtain consent for the photograph to be used from any people featured.

    Take a look at the list and above all, before you enter ANY photographic competition, understand the terms of entry.

    Wed, 15 May 2013 07:56:57 GMT

    I have also changed my strategy regarding image sharing and social media. In the past I used Flicker as the platform to host my images to share on media such as twitter and Facebook mainly because Flickr has such a high rank in the Google search engine and it meant my images were found easier (and a few sales did result). From now on though, with the sharing and SEO tools of Zenfolio, all of my sharing will be done right from my site, hopefully pulling in more visitors and improving my own ranking. Only time will tell if this works.

    In the meantime a gallery of this weeks Fast and Furious Premiere at The Empire.

    Wed, 08 May 2013 23:52:50 GMT

    This photograph is from the 2009 premiere.

    Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto attends UK premiere of Star Trek at Empire Leicester Square, London on 20/04/2009.

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    I thought I would share this revelation with my professional colleagues. You guessed it &ndash they all knew about it and had been using it or a rival product (http://springpad.com ) for quite a while.

    The reason I mention this here is that Friday&rsquos International Women&rsquos Day shoot was the first &ldquoproper&rdquo project I researched using this tool. I had researched Dr Helen Pankhurst, the olympic suffragettes, recent stories published, photographs used etc so I knew what they all looked like and which photographs were widely used enabling me to come up with ideas for alternatives that would &ldquopress the same buttons&rdquo but not duplicate what has gone before. Of course &ndash I do not hold rigidly to these concepts on a shoot, its always good to be led by the personalities and see what unfolds but good research gives me a secure starting point.

    Of course not matter how good the research, there are some some things that cannot be accounted for and when shooting outside this means The Weather. With the emphasis of the walk to be &ldquowalk in her shoes&rdquo much of my concept revolved around lower &ldquolooking up&rdquo wide angle shots. Fridays persistent and quite heavy rain just about totally halted that idea. Even with constant cleaning the lens was obscured within 2 or 3 seconds meaning that I really had to revert to a mainly eye-level set of images and try to use the weather to our advantage. The set of images are shown in the slide show below.

    As always the images were distributed directly to the UK press along with the client&rsquos press release. Overall a tricky and wet day but really quite rewarding.

    Mon, 11 Mar 2013 03:35:13 GMT

    The Saturdays plays Brighton Dome on 25/06/2009

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    Fri, 01 Mar 2013 01:34:16 GMT

    With this post aimed at those who are happy to give their images away for free, these are my thoughts on the subject.

    As has been widely pointed out, the process of taking photographs is easy now, there are millions on the web. In the past you kept your prized prints and slides at home, showing them to all in the family that would look but now you might post them to Flickr, Facebook and Twitter for all the world to see.

    So what would you do if you receive an email from a corporation or the media asking if they could use one of your photos? You might ask if they would pay, what is the budget? When they reply &ldquothey have no budget for this&rdquo do you give it to them anyway? Why? For the kudos? Because it makes you feel good?

    Of course you will, after all there are millions of images out there and they choose yours. Think about that for a second. This is an organisation that probably makes a profit (if it&rsquos a charity or other type of non-profit organisation I take a case by case view), this money making organisation wants to use your image in some way, out of all the others it chose yours it feels your image will help it some way, it sees value in your image.

    This is my argument, nobody would ask you if they could use your photographs if they did not see if being of benefit or value to them. After all, you have invested time and money into honing your skills so why should you not place a little value on your creation? (Don&rsquot use the argument &ldquobecause there are millions of other photographs out there&rdquo as an argument, we have already established that by your image being chosen it&rsquos value is implied).

    I could use other analogies but I won&rsquot I just want you to realize that the request for use gives it value.

    At the end of this you may still wish to give the image away. Ok your choice but do not belittle your own work, your own value. Supply the image with an invoice, with a value but 100% discount the price. That way your work is not seen as zero value, you are being seen as generous. Not only that, by doing so you have entered a contract, you have control, you can control where and when the image is used and ensure that you are only taken advantage of once, not for the next 10 years.

    So next time you receive that email, remember If a money making organisation wants to use your image, it sees value in your image.

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    Yes, you have probably seen it but it has made me think more about what I do, what I photograph, why and finally what do I enjoy about it.

    I can hear my dad now, “we all have to do what we don’t like” but combining these thoughts with going through my archive it is really clear that I produce my best work when I am enjoying it most. Obvious! you cry (yes I know it’s obvious) but without doubt many photographers spend much of their time shooting things they are not passionate about because “that is where the money is”or “”that is what I am paid to shoot”. Lets be honest about this, it’s shooting things that we don’t like shooting that pays for us to be able to shoot what we want (we can call them “personal projects” ).

    So what have I discovered about myself and my work? (I have skipped the work I produced in The Congo for CARE International for obvious reasons. However it was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life).

    (Warning – this post now breaks all the rules and contains both colour and monochrome images. You have been warned!)

    People: I love meeting new people, I love learning about them, understanding them and shooting them, trying to represent them in a single moment, a single frame. Particularly I love working with artistic/creative people and teams. Seeing creatives working together, recording it and then seeing the result can be the most rewarding experience.

    This year I was lucky to work with so many, from fairly small teams such as Nice Media. (I meant to blog about my shoot with them earlier in the year but I just run out of time).

    London Symphony Orchestra recording session at Abbey Road

    In both cases I know I hit the brief spot on and produced sets of images for the clients that I am really proud of (and I feel represents them well).

    Music: I blog often about shooting music. I’ll be quite honest and say I do not make enough profit from it. I do not market my images or work strongly enough (although I am regularly published).

    Enter Shikari plays The Roundhouse

    I do it because I love it. I love it because of the music. I love it because of the lights. I love it because of the technical challenge and I love it because of the people (see above!) – every gig is emotional for those attending in some way or another and its great to be involved and try to record that.

    Conor Maynard plays V Festival

    News: I rarely cover “hard” news. I don’t cover wars or when protests get too violent. I don’t stand outside courts waiting for arrivals and departures. General protests, marches that matter to those attending, matter to society. Those I enjoy.

    A woman applies her lipstick as the TUC “A Future That Works March” passes

    Celebrities: I guess this “category” means so many different things to different people. I do a few one-on-one shoots with those that might be classed as “celebrity” but I would include those shoots in the people category above. Here I am referring to the photo-calls and red-carpet events. These are are shoots that I personally gain the least from. They help with marketing and they fill in empty evenings but they are without doubt the least emotionally rewarding (although again, I am regularly published).

    Actress Anne Hathaway (plays Fantine) attends the World Premiere of Les Mis

    Personal Project: I mentioned this here. Today I made a suggestion to another photographer (a great landscape photographer) that he ought to have one of his favourite (self) works hanging where he relaxes. At home our lounge has only works by me hanging (both paintings and photos) and the thing is, they are all landscapes of one form or another. Landscapes are what relax me, where I find myself.

    My conclusion from this process is I have to push hard and work harder to shoot more of the things I love more people, more creatives, more meaning (emotion), more landscapes. This is difficult realisation. Changing from one genre to another is just like starting a completely new business not impossible but difficult. My personal project has to become commercial, my land/town-scapes have to become desirable (something I think neither of those above are). I have to understand producing works not just for commercial clients but also art-buyers and the public. Oh and of course it has to stand out in an already crowded marketplace….

    How will I do this? Well my next post will be my thoughts on the online showcases and technology. 2013 is going to be a tough but interesting and I hope fun and enjoyable (after all, is that not the aim here) year……

    Sat, 05 Jan 2013 03:33:08 GMT

    So the question is, with wording like that and such a major error, can we really trust them?

    I use Instagram (i have even posted a few images here), I have a few followers and quite like how it works and what it does but its not perfect. Having read through the statement I am not sure I am still that keen. So yesterday I took a little time out to look at a couple of alternatives and compare.

    1. Instagram (Ignoring the terms).

    Ive been using this for over two years I know it inside out and I like the fact that it can post to my Tumblr, My Twitter and Facebook as well as it&rsquos own site all from a single window after the photo is created. (I don&rsquot post to my Flickr although it can). I tend to use it out and about, on walks and as part of my everyday life (just like everybody else).

    I know the filters and the effects, using just two of the filters probably 90% of the time (X-Pro II and Lo-Fi) and knowing them so well, I can take shots that I know will look good with those filters before I press the button.

    I have a real issue with the app though &ndash speed! I hate the fact that when you start the app it refreshes its feed, checks for new photos and comments. By the time it has done this and I have been able to select the camera, the moment is gone. Yes &ndash I know I can select the iPhone camera and then process that shot and its probably quicker.

    This is so close to Instagram in the way it works, the way the picture is taken, the filter applied and then shared that the transition would be so simple. I like the way the images can be titled and the way the sharing works. The only thing missing is the tilt-shift option. However &ndash I just don&rsquot like the filters. I don&rsquot like how the images look.

    If you are thinking of leaving Instagram and want a direct replacement, Eyeem might be a good place to start looking.

    3. Snapseed.

    I have been using this app on my iPad for a while, it&rsquos not part of my main workflow but I do use it in combination with images from the X100 sometimes but this was the first time I tried the iPhone version.

    Again it can share to twitter and Facebook easily but not Tumblr (which is annoying). As it does not monitor any feeds it has a fast start up and within 2 &lsquoclicks&rsquo it&rsquos ready to take images. As for filters, it is very powerful, able to create many looks with filters, basic image editing and cropping as well as the tilt-shift and focus filters that are so popular (and trendy) right now. The problem is that the image stream created by it will lose it&rsquos simple conformity &ndash with Instagram it&rsquos immediately obvious it&rsquos an Instagram image, with Speedseed it&rsquos not. Is that a good thing or a bad thing? I&rsquom not sure right now.

    There is one other worry with this app. It&rsquos now owned by Google and what are their plans for it? Will we soon see a mandatory Google account requirement?

    Conclusion.

    To be honest &ndash I have none. I have downloaded all my Instagram images from my account and will close it shortly (the bottom line is they have lost my trust). If you want to download all you images, this is where you need to head.

    What will i use? Probably Snapseed although I am worried I will spend to long on the processing of each image and loose the Instant from the Insta&hellip

    There are of course other apps including Flickr (but as I said, I dont want to post iPhone images on that stream).

    Wed, 19 Dec 2012 01:31:28 GMT

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    Many also hi-light &ldquoplanning&rdquo: this of course is also vital, absolutely vital but the thing about photographic shoots on location with real people (as opposed to actors and models) is that things just do not or will not go to plan and the photographer will have to improvise. This is where an experienced professional photographer will earn their money (and you will probably not even realise) changing the positions, switching the emphasis, thinking on their feet in a matter of seconds but still telling the same story, just in a different way.

    Take the following shot, it was not what we planned, how we planned nor has it the emphasis we planned but it still tells the same story, probably in a more powerful way.

    The thing about a strong image is it can keep sending the message and as long as it is not over used (or the client does not change direction) it may be used many times. This particular image is now being used by CARE International in its second campaign: &ldquoVoices Against Violence&rdquo .

    Not using a professional? Can they cope when the plan changes in a flash? Is taking the risk really a cost saving? Call me to discuss your requirements.

    Fri, 30 Nov 2012 04:59:34 GMT

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    Last year&rsquos demonstration resulted in a number of isolated incidents, one of which was the occupation of &ldquo Fortnum & Mason&rdquo on Piccadilly which unsurprisingly this year was well protected.

    Police stand guard outside Fortnum & Mason

    Just down from Fortnum&rsquos is The Wolseley Hotel .The doorman stood very smart and to attention, watching the hoards passing. As I took this he suggested that I might be pointing my camera in the wrong direction of course he could not see the reflections and contrasts behind him.

    The march passes The Wolseley

    The cafes on Piccadilly went on as normal, just slightly more busy couples and families out sightseeing and shopping enjoying lunch and coffee whilst watching the protestors pass. (I assume for many it would be the first time they have seen upwards of 200,000 people march).

    Officers relax a bit after the march passes

    The march had completely passed and left Piccadilly for Park Lane and Hyde Park when this group of young protesters turned the corner. I think they were so far behind because they were stopping outside every establishment they could find that did not fit with their ideals and beliefs. Here they were stopping outside a well known coffee shop to protest about the tax that the corporation was or was not paying.

    Finally, I get the feeling that cuts or no cuts, life for some goes on with very little change&hellip..

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    Thu, 16 Aug 2012 09:47:17 GMT

    Originally written and published in 2012.

    According to UNOCHA there are nearly 79,000 displaced Congolese living in 31 IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) camps in North Kivu. Many of them have no hope of going home in the near future due to continued insecurity and renewed fighting in their villages. More than 1,300 families are spread out over this hill on the outskirts of Masisi. Among the women and girls who have been documented, some have had the courage to register as rape survivors.

    As they arrive, each new family must build thier own shelter starting with a framework of wood from local plants and trees.

    New arrivals are usually taken in by another family until they can build their own shelter. Judith (Name changed), a 47 year old widow shown here fastening the roof supports on her new shelter arrived in the camp at the end of January. &ldquoAn armed group came two weeks ago and they chased us away and killed some of us. Women were raped and their limbs were cut off with machetes. I saw this with my own eyes. While we were fleeing my sister was killed and cut to pieces. I live in misery. I work here and there for the villagers and get paid with plants and salt. I have nine children, four are my own and the others are my sister&rsquos children. My hope is that I receive help. Before, I had a stable life and could educate my children &ndash now I can&rsquot do that. My children aren&rsquot well &ndash we can&rsquot eat or keep clean.&rdquo.

    Cecile (name changed), 37, arrived in the camp almost a year ago. &ldquoWe fled because armed groups were raising villages on the other side of the hills and they were killing people and burning everything. I was so distressed when we fled. We didn&rsquot have anything to eat.&rdquo

    Arriving in the camp, Cecile and her five children were taken in by another family until they could build their own shelter. Cecile struggles on a daily basis. &ldquoI face many challenges each day &ndash to get food, maintain our shelter, to keep clothed and to even find cooking utensils. On top of that my children can&rsquot go to school.&rdquo

    CARE provided Cecile, and families like hers, with vouchers that could be used to buy the things she most needed, these vouchers assist families with the goods they need, while helping local markets. &ldquoWe received vouchers from CARE. No NGO had given us food until then. I was miserable with hunger and when CARE gave us the vouchers I was overjoyed. I thank CARE for that. I liked getting vouchers instead of simply receiving food directly. It meant I could choose what to get and how much.&rdquo

    This camp is now home to Cecile and she explained why returning home isn&rsquot an option. &ldquoI can&rsquot imagine going back &ndash people from our village have gone back and have been killed or have returned here.&rdquo

    The makeshift shelters are tightly packed on the hillside. This view shows existing shelters and a new shelter being built in an available space.

    This group of women work every day weaving new baskets to carry goods.

    Women carry heavy goods and crops from the fields on their heads. The responsibilities of collecting water, firewood and other basic necessities are responsibilities that usually fall upon females in the developing world &ndash this leaves little time to attend school, access health services or earn money. They typically carry a load weighing 20kg (the equivalent of the UK luggage allowance).

    A small shop on site provides essential goods. A voucher scheme enables families to buy the things most needed, these vouchers assist families with the goods they need, while helping local markets. Many prefer getting vouchers instead of simply receiving food directly. It means they can choose what to get and how much.

    Young boys fetch fresh water from centerally located taps.

    Children also have time to play, here A young boy plays with a simply made spinning top.

    All pictures and words copyright Julie Edwards & CARE International.

    Thu, 09 Aug 2012 01:07:54 GMT

    Fri, 20 Jul 2012 05:30:04 GMT

    In fact, this magazine has also caused some discussion in other pro – photography circles. I did not plan this to blog but when I took the photo below I thought maybe it deserved a wider audience…

    First I want to make it clear that gender does not/should not matter, photography is about the business of making images and all that surrounds it. It is not about matching skirts or bags to cameras. I’ll say that again… gender does not/should not matter, photography is about the business of making images.

    However, I understand there is a wider issue here. Photography is a male dominated industry and it is quite clear that when we look at accessories such as straps and bags (where the physical differences between a man and a woman might be important) there are very few manufacturers catering for the female physique (I’m not talking pretty or flowery here, just the shape of the straps/bags). It is also clear that there is not a balance in marketing and trade magazines either.

    Men tend to disagree or not see it, so I thought I would take all the pro magazines off of my shelves , lay them out on the floor and photograph them…

    • 3 covers with just words leaving 40 images
    • 30 feature a woman on the cover
    • 7 feature a man on the cover
    • 2 feature animals
    • 1 features what I would call a photojournalistic image
    • 0 Landscapes

    (Edit: I found a further 8 magazines after this was posted. This included 4 women/glamour and 1 (finally) a landscape. )

    Of the 30 females covers, I would say 22 of them are glamours type images….Photography is my job, why should I “have” to pick a magazine up from a newsagents that the cover is without doubt, designed for men…

    You decide if this industry is balanced.

    Tue, 17 Jul 2012 11:58:53 GMT

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    Red Ink plays Above Audio

    I have now covered this event for the past 3 or 4 years and enjoy it immensely, despite being exhausted by the walking between venues. (This year I could not cover the Friday for personal reasons).

    The talent on show varies as widely (if not wider) than the venues its it’s usually quite clear who should (or will) make it. My pick of the weekend was Haim 3 sisters from America who I have to say were absolutely brilliant live and the industry buzz surrounding them is huge… Downloading their (free) EP I have to say I preferred their more raw live sound but they should go far.

    Hot new band Haim plays Audio

    As well as the club type venues, there are a large number of street gigs during the afternoon and early evening with a wide range of music on offer.

    Bernhoft has fun in Jubilee Square

    On a sunny day Jubilee Square is a real sun trap and with a a different act every hour, was a great place to spend Saturday afternoon.

    As well as the complete unknowns, there are always a couple of “celebrites” looking to kick start (or re-start) their music career.

    Pixie Geldof (Violet) plays The Haunt

    Series 7 X Factor finalist Aiden Grimshaw

    My photographs of The Great Escape may be licensed from PhotoShot: License Thursday images here. @dave_norris (aka “The Last Projectionist Standing”) who I know will be brilliant in his new positron with a major studio.

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    One part of the inquiry would focus on investigating the allegations of wrongdoing by the media as well as the police while the other part would review the regulations that govern the press examining &ldquothe culture, practices and ethics of the press their relationship with the police the failure of the current system of regulation the contacts made, and discussions had, between national newspapers and politicians why previous warnings about press misconduct were not heeded and the issue of cross-media ownership.&rdquo

    This enquiry is taking place now and it should be no surprise that attention was turned to the celebrity &ldquopaparazzi&rdquo photographers (or paps). I decided to write this after being asked a number of times my thoughts as I am a &ldquored carpet photographer&rdquo or a &ldquocelebrity photographer&rdquo and so I must be closer to these &rdquopaparazzi&rdquo. This annoyed me and I will try to show why..

    Myleene Klass with daughter Ava sighting at Leicster Square

    Firstly, just about all of my dealings with celebrities are at organised photo-calls or photo-shoots I can only think of twice where I have photographed a &ldquocelebrity&rdquo in a public place, even then, both times, I asked, they smiled, I shot, we went our separate ways. Why am I at pains to point this out? There is a most definite public perception that any photographer who photographs &ldquocelebrities&rdquo must be a &ldquopap&rdquo, it seems to be forgotten that they attend public events, that are organised (partly as a perk and partly because if they are not seen out regularly they fall down the &ldquocelebrity ladder&rdquo).

    Secondly, it is quite obvious in some quarters that even other press photographers (so called &ldquohard news&rdquo photo-journalists) were lumping all the Red Carpet with the &ldquopaps&rdquo where as in fact &ldquohard news&rdquo photographers are often seen waiting on doorsteps, crowding round cars etc, all actions which are deemed to be the domain of the &ldquopap&rdquo.

    So why did I title this &ldquoJust What is News?&rdquo ?

    • What percentage of the population do you think could name their MP?
    • What percentage would realise it if their MP was named on the front page of a tabloid for having an affair (without reading further of finding out in a local paper)?
    • What percentage of the population know who exactly who David Beckham is? or Lewis Hamilton?

    Maybe it&rsquos a sad fact of our society but we know what the answers are to these questions. We know that if a photographer photographs David Beckham out wearing a £29.99 unbranded suit from a local supermarket it will probably have more influence on more peoples lives than if an unknown MP from a small constituency is caught with their trousers down. You might not care, I might not care but there are a huge number that do and I&rsquom sorry but that makes Beckham and many other celebrities news and it sells!

    You might think then that I support the &ldquopaps&rdquo. No I believe in privacy as much as I believe in the free press. My view is this:

    They/we are all photo-journalists, gathering news images. Some are good, some are great, some are awful and some cross boundaries that should not be crossed. I see it exactly the same as the issues with the phone-hacking. There are lines, boundaries, laws that should not be crossed wether you are a member of the public or a member of the press, wether you carry a camera or a pen.

    The problem of public perception is that when photographers swamp someone in the news, it is highly visible. In fact it is usually made visible by the Television cameras that are also swamping the subject (but of course, that does not seem to count). Writers crossing boundaries happens in private, in offices, out of sight, which is probably why it seems so shocking when it is revealed.

    Sir Paul McCartney leaves the European premiere of HAPPY FEET TWO at The Empire, Leicester Square, via the back door.

    The annoying thing is, we already have enough controls in place if only they were used. To be worth anything, a photograph needs to have a market, It needs to be purchased, it has to be published. Any picture you see in the press (should) have been brought and paid for. If the picture editors and editors did not publish unethically or illegally obtained images and stories, the freelancers providing them would have to provide from within the guidelines that we already have laid out.

    You might think I am passing the buck, in a way I am but only to the whole industry, we should not be hanging others out to dry, the problem in the press runs right through it, we all have a responsibility to behave ethically, legally and within the guidelines that already exist.


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    CANNES, FRANCE - MAY 16: Actor Brad Pitt attends 'The Tree Of Life' Premiere during the 64th Annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals on May 16, 2011 in Cannes, France. (Photo by Venturelli/WireImage)

    TORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 09: Actor Brad Pitt speaks onstage at 'Moneyball' Press Conference during 2011 Toronto International Film Festival on September 9, 2011 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

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    NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 05: Actor Brad Pitt attends the premiere of 'In the Land of Blood and Honey' at the School of Visual Arts on December 5, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Taylor Hill/FilmMagic)

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    LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 03: Actor Brad Pitt attends the west coast premiere of '8' at The Wilshire Ebell Theatre on March 3, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)

    CANNES, FRANCE - MAY 22: Actor Brad Pitt poses at the 'Killing Them Softly' Photocall during the 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals on May 22, 2012 in Cannes, France. (Photo by Venturelli/WireImage)

    LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 02: Brad Pitt attends world premiere of World War Z at the Empire Leicester Square on June 2, 2013 in London, England. (Photo by Dave J Hogan/Getty Images)

    SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 09: Actor Brad Pitt arrives at the 'World War Z' Australian Premiere at the Star on June 9, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Caroline McCredie/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures)

    TORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 06: Brad Pitt arrives at the '12 Years A Slave' premiere during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival held at Princess of Wales Theatre on September 6, 2013 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Michael Tran/FilmMagic)

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