Born from an artistic family, Kumamoto born actress Jun Ichikawa made her first appearance in cinema in 2002 as a lead role in “Singing Behind The Screens” by Ermanno Olmi. Her father graduated in Conservatory of South Cecilia in Rome, Italy as a tenor and her mother graduated in Japan as soprano and piano teacher, giving Ichikawa her multi talented abilities.
Released in limitless variation each fall, its history detailed in an endless array of articles, flooding Pinterest boards with vintage photos of celebrities donning it – even arcane instructions on how to put one on – the peacoat has endured for over 200 years across generations, genders, class barriers and continents.
Cardillo’s team has taken over filmmaking in New Jersey. If you are in the Garden State and the business of movie-making, then you’ve either been on one of his sets or heard of him.
For Brandi Cyrus, time is precious. She’s a mastermind in balancing her career, hobbies, family, and more through her perfectly thought-out strategies. Most importantly, owning who she is and inspiring the world to do the same. “I’ve built my presence based on who I am…I don’t have some curated feed,” said Cyrus. “I am who […]
We are pleased to introduce a new rising start from Italy. Originally from Ethiopia, Geneme grew up in Padua where she learned of her passion for dance at an early age and continued to study it at a professional level for eight years. Her love for dance led her into a career in acting, where she first appeared in the HBO series “We Are Who We Are”, and the RAI series “Alligatore” in 2020. Following those series, she landed the role as Marta in the RAIPLAY series, “Nudes” directed by Laura Lucchetti.
As we come to the end of Hispanic Heritage month, we have the honor to spotlight one of our very own writers, Colombian-American, Aida M Toro. She discuses everything about her cultural heritage to her favorite Colombian dish in this inside look into her history! This vivacious NYC journalist was born and raised in West New York, New Jersey.