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RAW Artists AWAKENING! Event 2-20-14

AWAKENINGINVITEJoin RAW Artists kick off the 2014 RAW Jersey City season in style with AWAKENING! The event will celebrate creative arts skilled in fashion, beauty, music, visual art, photography, performing art, makeup and hair, accessories, and film!

Join us on the evening of Thursday, February 20, 2014; at Boa Hoboken located at 90-92 River St. Hoboken, New Jersey. from 8:00PM-12:00AM. We will celebrate with independent, multi-faceted artists who are all local, hand-picked talented artists who have been chosen to feature at RAW. For a full list of all participating artists, please go to

ART GALLERY: Gabby Fay, Gustavo Torres, Marthalicia, RoByn Thompson, Sarah Ruthless French, Sean O’Keefe, Steven D’Arbenzio, The Amazing Julian, Uta Brauser, Todd Ramon Poston, Jay Ess, Jacqueline Hernandez, FZ Art, Agav Bond

FASHION DESIGNERS: A. Lalite Design, ChiJonnelle, Nuda & Baby Cakes Bags & Rags

HAIR & MAKEUP ARTISTS: Stefanie Savino

LIVE MUSIC: Butch Avado, Jasper, & Lorena Phillips

PERFORMING ART: Aj Dunk, Holly Maddock & Katelin Zelon,

PHOTOGRAPHY: P Jung & Anna Ryabtsov

About RAW: RAW: natural born artists ( is an indie arts organization  for artists, by artists. RAW operates in over 80 cities internationally, including Jersey City.

Mission: RAW’s mission is to provide up-and-coming artists of all creative realms with the tools, resources, and exposure needed to inspire and cultivate creativity so that they might be seen, heard, and loved. RAW educates, connects and exposes emerging artists in over 81 artistic communities across the United States, Australia, Canada, and the U.K. through bi- monthly showcase events. Join us in celebrating the work of these artists.

For more information, please visit

CJ Entertainment Korean Cinema Event


CJ Anniversary

The stars of Korean drama and film were out last night, gracing the red carpet event of CJ Entertainment’s 60th Anniversary commemoration of its parent company CJ Group. CJ Entertainment is South Korea’s largest entertainment studio, producing the new wave of highly acclaimed Korean films.

The event was held in the lofty halls of the Museum of Modern Art, where a screening of two films: Safe (director Moon Byoung-Gon) and End of Animal (director Jo Sung Hee) were shown. The event sought to showcase two of its most promising directors and their films to global industry leaders.

Some well known Korean actors in attendance were Lee Byung Hyun, (seen in such thrillers as I Saw The Devil; The Good, The Bad, The Weird; A Bittersweet Life), handsome, baby-faced Goo Soo (Piano; Green Rose; Some White Night; Haunters), Ha Jung-Woo (The Chaser; The Unforgiven; Time; Never Forever; Take Off) and Lee Jin Wook (Nine: Nine Time Travels). Two beautiful Korean actresses were also in attendance: the slight and winsome Gong Hyo-Jin (Crush and Blush; Pasta; The Greatest Love) who had actor Goo Soo by her side, and the stunning Hwang So-Hee who looked elegant in her cream lace dress. Last by certainly not least was Korean pop sensation PSY (Gangnam Style) looking respectfully sedate and dapper in his black suit.
– Jeanie Kwak

Photos by Charlie  Gigante

Mila Kunis at the Friends With Benefits Premiere

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Fashion In Film Festival This weekend

Secrets Of The East at the Museum of the Moving Image

Secrets of The Orient at the Museum of The moving Image playing this Saturday, April 16th. With Live music by Stephen Horne
Imported 35mm print from the National Film Center, Tokyo
Below information provided by the Museum of The Moving Image.
Dir. Alexandre Volkoff. 1928, 126 mins. With Marcella Albani, D. Dmitriev, Brigitte Helm. Germany/France. This exquisite fantasy of an escape into the “Orient” features over-the-top ornamental sets by Ivan Lochakoff and sensuous costumes by Boris Bilinsky, a magnificent blend of Eastern and Western motifs. With its paradisical atmosphere and a sumptuously stencil-colored sequence, the film is a fairy-tale world of fancy filled with adventure, magic, mystery, and harem dancers.
Male and Female

Male and Female Saturday, April 16, 5:00 p.m.
Introduced by Inga Fraser and Live music by Stephen Horne
35mm print from George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film

Below information provided by the Museum of The Moving Image.
Dir. Cecil B. DeMille. 1919, 97 mins. With Gloria Swanson, Thomas Meighan. In this film’s notorious dream sequence, Gloria Swanson dramatically enters a lions’ den decked out in a lavish all-white robe and a headdress made of pearls, beads, and peacock feathers. The showstopping outfit, designed by Mitchell Leisen, was so heavy that Swanson required two crew members to help her move. Inga Fraser is associate curator of Fashion in Film at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London.
Free with Museum admission.
For more information on the Fashion In Film Festival running through April 24th, please visit the Mueum of the Moving Image’s website here.
For more information on Fashion in Film, please visit their website here.