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This video blows me away to the moon and back!
Love and thanks to my heroes in the awesome Nice As Pie...
THE BIG SWALLOW (Film title, James Williamson, 1900)
..Me spending a lovely MySpa weekend by the sea. - I bet they never told you this could happen..... ..
..- It's a conspiracy..
And to prove it:
A coincidence? - I think not...;)
Crawling up on the beach in my – After Shark Attack – cut-out swimsuit I was asked to pose for some pin-ups by a hunk. Yes, his specs had been stolen by a flying fox, but hey, it counts! Unfortunately, not EVERYONE'S specs had been stolen... Spit, I got sued!
Happy days were just around the corner though, as I was about to make an incredible discovery...
My holiday crib wasn't soundproof.
When I went to the toilet – the neighbour flushed!
I really enjoyed my MySpa rendezvous until I noticed...- THEY DIDN'T HAVE MYSPACE THERE!!!
Back home again I felt so good I needed a holiday rehab...
- Dr B. Unny, how am I as a friend?
...Yes...Well...I must remember to edit out that comment!...
WHO THE HECK IS MONA?!!
I recently carried out a poll asking everyone on the planet
to describe me in only one word.
The result: 'QUIRKY'...
-...How so many could misspell the word 'HOT' is still like a mystery to me...;)
I'm a Bachelorette in Film/TV and was still happily going for an MA when opportunity came knocking. And without completely losing my eye on the Master's I've been having a wild time working my nut off ever since.
Here are all the Monas virtually squeezed into one head (Oh, scary!):
Acting has always been THE hugest and best part of my life; One time at a shooting by the sea after twelve hours waiting the odds that my teeth would begin chattering turning my lines into a rattle were a 100 to 1 at the betting shop. But luckily, I'd got a robust botox injection the day before and faced some stiff resistance everytime when I was going to close my mouth.- Yeah, in the middle of the botox procedure I'd happened to spot the needle and began screaming,HEEEELP!! - A little incident that now made all my lines come out as HEEEEEE sounds instead.
Unfortunately, it wasn't supposed to be a horror flick...
I HEART MUSIC, MUSIC – and, by the way, did I mention MUSIC?!!
Movies, editing, singing (- Just warning you...;),
advertising, art. This chick is also mad about creating ideas in media production. (Alright, I confess, I'm addicted to it!;)
Stand Up -...Pssst, at my last gig, the audience gave me a standing O. - Yeah, they stood up and rushed to the exit!
Jogging - I'm lucky to have a doggie as a private trainer. Very effective too. He attacks – and I run!
Travel, acrobatics, big dippers, boxing, wild dancing.- Even though my last session ended in the ER... Animals, motocross Strip poker, footy, flower freak., beach bouncing…
- And did I mention music?!!;)
* Stuff which make me go YUCK (-Speaking about that, don't you just hate it when people are staring ghostly in photos?...- WHAT?!!...The flash put me into a trance, it doesn't count!....!&&¤%¤! !x%&..!¤. !...
- OK, the pic of me included on the yuck list!... Not sure if I want to write any list anymore if it's going to be like that (O! O! Mood swing!;)!
I would like to say though, that I do not judge anyone on ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion or on the size of their car.
Famous, secretly famous, rich or poor - to me, no one is superiour to the other, we are all just people...- People with super powers!
To put it in another way:
..We only have one life on this very planet - it should be EVERYONE'S right to party! - LIVE AND LET LIVE!..
Keep your dreams alive, if you can dream it, you can do it!(Thanx, Ralph Erskine) The future is unwritten (Joe Strummer), so let's GO!
(As you FAB people already know, my views are solely representative of me, myself and moi - and do not necessarily also reflect my friends opinions. So, irksome views? Fight me - not my friends....-HEEEEEEEEELP!;)
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Who I'd like to meet:Since the best thing about me is my friends,
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- Life's too damn short to not sparkle!
MusicIt takes YOU to rock this planet!
So, if you have (or have written) a fave track that makes you wanna fly.
Hit me up and I'll add it to the page!
- Let's take to the sky together!;)
So, what's my fav music..?
Do you wanna kill me?!! (- O! O! Wrong question!;) I eat, sleep and dream music. And listing everyone I love here would give me an excitement overload...- COOL!;)
So, let's PRESS PLAY & PARTY - TIME FOR SOME REAL SOUND OF MUSIC...;)
Here are just a few big shout outs - but as there are as many awesome musicians out there as there are stars in heaven - unfortunately, there's just no way I will be able to bring music justice around here:(
Pssst, for more amazing music power and electrifying rock shocks - follow the brill beatz from my awesome MySpace friends.
:''Return To Sender'' (...HUH?!!) was spinning on the radio when I was born. No wonder my first word was Elvis!
EVERYONE who helped turning our world into a music plant at the Live Earth concerts. - For a music-powered earth! - Time for a recycling?
RICK RUDE! MASAR! DJ G BOII! BEATABEATS! NOTE! CARTY-YEAH! & C.E.O!
The Doors/Riders on the Storm and just in case you haven't Read My Mind yet, The Killers!
STACEY FITZPATRICK - Because brilliant music is a human right!;)
We are the Fury – Always in search for a hit? This is THE shit!;)
MISSY ELLIOTT 4 PRESIDENT! Björk,
Can't 'Resist' THE MIST:)
The Rolling Stones, See PAGE 44! C-NOTE! Maveric-T - His Medicine tastes GOOOOOD!;),
MATT WILLIAMS - THE BRIGADIER!
TIMBALAND - Making music history - again...;)
It's a TV/TV world! (And that's the understatement of the year!)
Proving Ground - THIS is the sound of the future...
The music hero with the golden voice and heart, KEITH and his awesome SAWDUSTBAND!
AKIVA! - Love is in the ear!
''A Snowflake fell (and it felt like...''GLASVEGAS!;)
Sugar Plum Fairies
HAMMERFALL & DEATH PILOTS! This is Metal on fire...
Metal at its best - like you have never heard it before...
It's not a dream - it's...CELINE DION!
BEATLES FOR SALE - Need I say more?;)
TOMMY MILLS AND THE JADE AMENITY - Get ready to get blown away...;)
Melody Club! Janis Joplin, Fibes oh Fibes, The Ark, paint the world PINK and have a Green Day!
Juliette and the Licks, Lovers and Thieves, Jeff Buckley, Foo Fighters, The Flaming Lips, The Roots, U2, The Game.
In Madonna we trust!
I Kissed...Katy Perry!;)
ADELE! And isn't Mathew Cullen's amazing video for Chasing Pavements a total knockout?!!
JAN SHELHAAS, ENSUENO, DAVID - ONE MAN AND HIS BEARD
and THE WEAZELS get my music motor going like the BEATLES!
Test Your Reflex, Fly Society, Metaform, My Chemical Romance, Mary J Blige - Gotta love this awesome lady!
OK Go, Enrique Iglesias, Motorhead, Per Gessle, Orup, Lena Ph - THE 006! Scissor Sisters!
The man with the magic moves from the future – Michael Jackson and, of course, his wiz sis, Janet Jackson.
No music list would be complete without him…- Prince!
I LOVE KYLIE MINOGUE!
Johnny Cash, The Good the Bad and the Queen, The Rumble Strips, B.I.G., Tupac, Marilyn Manson, Melee, Mellow THE Band,
Maroon5, Icarus Line, Tokio Hotel, Arctic Monkeys, The Mocean Worker, Remember When, Metallica, Beyoncé Knowles, Jay-Z, Shakira, Nelly Furtado.
The Cure. Like the genius himself, Robert Smith, but in their own right, Eight Legs' singer/guitarist Sam Jolly and Shout out Louds Adam Olenius manage to capture that awesome, intense sound of desperado in their singing voices. These bands rock out as if the continued existence of earth depended on it. – Brilliant!
Gwen Stefani, Lenny Krawitz, Tom Petty, The ever young – Neil Young, Bob Dylan (Pure poetry!) Hello Goodbye, 50 Cent, Metallica The band that's so good - you should salute them twice!;)
Justin Timberlake, Robbie Williams, Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Method Man, Lucas Prata, Heads up, MikeyG! Snoop Dog, The Chemical Brothers, Art Brut,
Travis, The Black Eyed Peas, Jarvis Cocker, James Morrison, Matchbox 20 & Rob Thomas as solo, Red Hot Chili Peppers, David Greenald, Arctic Monkeys.
My virgin concert: KISS!
Friends of the Bride, Outcast!!!, The Cock, The Knack, Everything from the golden Motown era, Pearl Jam, Louis Armstrong, Another Rising, Fatboy Slim, Mika,
Carola and Andreas Johnson - you will fly again! As Mr Armstrong once put it, The world''...ain't heard nothing yet!'';)
Lisa-Marie Presley, Pete Brown, The Queen ( THE greatest - Freddy Mercury R.I.P.),
Mark Ronson, The Clash, The Ramones, Sahara Hotnights.
The first record I ever bought: Blondie's debut album ''X Offender''. It still rocks my roof off!
Panic! At the Disco, The Fall Out Boy, The Beatles, Mustasch, Ella Fitzgerald, Chuck Berry, Richard Hodgekins -the awesome lyrical gangsta! Primal Scream,
And like I said in the beginning, there should have been so many, many more musicians listed here - music justice is not done!
MoviesWARNING! I'm a movie monster...
THE OSCARS - Movies and Television at its best!
Magnolia (The way Anderson and co let the same music theme recur and alternate between diegesis/nondiegesis is just awesome!), Car Wash (C'mon, you know you like it really!), Blow Up!, Mask (Serious love), The Color Purple, Cabaret (Here I go again!),
Nosferatu (Hey, that dude looks like me – cool!)
The Fearless Vampire Killers or: Pardon Me, but Your Teeth Are in My Neck ( Yeah, we all know that feeling...- HUH?!!), Man with a Movie Camera - and later on with the beginning in 1958 when lighter and more mobile equipment came out on the market -Direct Cinema and Cinéma Vérité (If Direct Cinema with its more observational way of filming made a major impact on the news broadcasting, you could only imagine the indirect influence the techniques representative of Cinéma Vérité [hand-held AND interactive camera] may have had on todays aesthetics for the TV medium! What do you reckon?)
The Toolbox Murders ( Big up, Hooper! Yep, the genius who made us scream in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre [Radically awesome - or should I say - fierce?;)- acting] is doing it again in this hair-raiser. In fact, I'm still walking around looking like this...O! O! Looks like some people will do anything to get on MySpace...;)(see below):
Watch out for the scene there the leading lady goes down the stairs to the dark cellar. Suddenly she shines a torch straight at the cam and with that breaking down the barrier between screen space and real space. – Extending the screen space/cellar into real space/auditorium. The torchlight's piercing the darkness in the auditorium/cellar. We know the baddie's in there... somewhere – and so are we! HEELP ME OUTTA HERE!!! Oh, sorry, I got a bit carried away...
As many of you kindly pointed out to me [- Man, you're tough!;], it's, of course, always debatable whether the use of a specific technique in a certain shot creates a total break of the diegetic illusion, or only distance the spectator from the film's world – creating a break within.)
Fisher King, Bagdad Café, Scream ( IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH! Oh, did I mean the movie?! – Sorry!), Psycho, Vertigo ( You're da man, Hitch!), Jules et Jim (It's something magic about those Nouvelle Vague movies!), Here is Your Life/Här har du ditt liv (Perhaps a development of the Nouvelle Vague film techniques, but MAGICAL nonetheless! Jan Troell must be one of the most outstanding auteurs in the world. – Watch the proof!)
Cabin Boy! Empire of the Sun, EVERYTHING WITH JIM CARREY!, Vampyr (Dreyer's tricky, misleading pannings and tracking shots in this one made me sit shouting, ....WHERE?!! WHERE?!!.... Please, don't ask me how it ends – I got chucked out...).
Ordet (Stunning loooong takes and real smooth cam work make this a breathless Dreyer film!), La Grande Ilusion, Thank You for Smoking, Marie Antoinette, Ladri di biciclette (Neorealism at its best!), La Chute de la Maison Usher, Coeur fidèle (JEAN EPSTEIN! - Need to say more?;), Lethal Weapon, Zerkalo (we miss you, Tarkovskij!).
Vargtimmen (I hate to disagree with a film legend, but I really like this one, Mr Unforgettable and irreplaceable Bergman - THE genius. Heaven will turn into a magic film screen. )
Potemkin (Amazing montage work!), Un Condamné á mort s..est échappé (For ''Brill'' Bresson's way of letting us watch with our ears!), Metallica – The Movie, Hiroshima mon Amour, Mama Roma, Week-end un film comme les autres,
Pierrot le fou (Crazily fantastic, Godard!), Lost in Translation, What's Eating Gilbert Grape? (Both Leonardo di Caprio and Johnny Depp in the same movie – it just can't go wrong!) - HELP, I CAN'T STOP!
Napoléon (Merci, Abel Gance. Anyone who can ride a horse upside down and still be filming is a hero of mine!), L'Atalante (No one's above you, Jean Vigo!).
In the Mood for Love, Fallen Angels (I've never watched an ''OH NO, And I paid to see this one'' - movie by Wong Kar-Wai. The He Qiwu character [- brilliantly played by Takeshi Kaneshiro] = me in disguise.), La jetee and not to be forgotten – the Hollywood version of the same story –Twelve Monkeys.
Hey, digging action comedies? Then, oh baby, you're gonna love this! Winners & Sinners 1, 2. These show there's not only one way of making a grand slam. In fact, there are three - Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung & Yuen Biao! And to be honest, EVERYONE's a winner in these flicks - the spectator in particular. Our lives just wouldn't be complete without it!;)
The Exploitation Films from the 50s by Arkoff, Corman, Wood, Pal and the great gang are true Mo-cult! If you haven't watched any of these flicks, you haven't really watched a flick at all - ... And I swear that's an understatement!;)
A Police Story (W-O-W! Jackie Shan knows how to do it and he shows it again! I hear they are still fishing yellow rubber ducks at that harbour!;) When I watched this wild flick the lady sitting in front of me at the cinema had a gigantic hairdo, which, of course, was blocking half of my view. I had to sit and guess what was going on on the other half of the screen. Don't ask me how Shan and his cool crew finally beats the baddies though – they were already knocked out on my side of the screen. ). And many, many more...
Buffy and the Vampire Slayers! (One weekend I watched the whole series from beginning to end twice.
I would have done it a third time, but my boss called and told me it was Monday and I was being late for work - AREN'T THERE ANY DOCTORS FOR DISTURBING BEHAVIOUR LIKE THAT?!!;)
Da ladies first: Oprah! Ellen Degeneres!
The Late Show with David Letterman, Jay Leno - Thank you for 17 years of TV history - and many more to come...
Welcome Conan O'Brian!
Jonny Carson and Larry THE Kings!
And Europes own host with the most – Ray Cokes! (- THUMBS UP!;)
Not to mention, Michael Parkinson ( - Ladies and gentlemen, it doesn't get any better than this! Radically awesome interviewing technique )!
Saturday Night Live, The Amazing Race, That '70s Show, Fear Factor with THE coolest Joe Rogan! (- SHOWTIME!;).
Mad about hot innovative ideas in film/TV/music video production,
so MTV's Alternative Nation (Toby Amies you're greatly missed!)
and MTV's Awards Shows keeps me MTV-tized.
Pimp My Ride and Rob & Big... - Hey, I love this awesome gang!
Why watch TV - when you could watch MTV?
The Oscar Ceremony is a BIG must-see too!...
80 years of film & television at its best!
BooksDo Elle, Vogue (- Because fashion talks;), MAD and Newspapers count?
SITUATION STOCKHOLM - THE most rockin' magazine ever!
Rock poetry in the form of song lyrics are true YEEHAA-stuff too.
I'm also constantly keeping an hungry eye on new media page-turners . Here are some golden ''oldies'' I'm always happy to return to...
Arendt Hanna(red.), Illuminations (Glasgow: Fontana Press, 1992).
Aumont, The Image (London BFI, 1997).
Andrew, Malcolm, Landscape and Western Art, Oxford, New York 1999.
Bakhtin, Mikhail, Det dialogiska ordet (Gråbo: Anthropos, 1991).
Barthes, Roland, Image - Music - Text (red & trans.). Stephen Heath), (Great Britain: Fontana Press, 1977).
Bazin, André ( red.) Gray, Hugh, What is Cinema? Vol 1, (Los Angeles, Berkeley & London: University of California Press, 1967).
Bordwell, David, Narration in the Fiction Film (USA: The University of Wisconsin, 1985).
Bordwell, David, Thompson, Kristin, Staiger, Janet, The Classical Hollywood Cinema Film Style and & Mode of Production to 1960 (London: Routledge, 1996).
Bragg, Melvin, The Seventh Seal (London: BFI, 1993).
Brettell, Richard R.: Modern Art 1851–1929, Oxford, 1999.
Bruno, Guiliana, Atlas of Emotion, Journeys in Art, Architecture and Film, (New York, Verso, 2002).
Burch, Noël, Theory of Film Practise (New York, Washington: Praeger Publishers, 1973).
Butler, Judith, Gender Trouble, Feminism and Subversion of Identity (New York, London: Routledge, 1990).
Charney, Leo, Empty Moments Cinema, Modernity and Drift, Durham, London, 1998.
Cohen, Baudry (red.), Film Theory and Criticism. Introductory Readings (New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992).
Compton, Michael,, Mark Rothko, 1903–1970,London, 1997.
Deleuze, Gilles, (övers. Tomlinson, Hugh/ Hammerjam, Barbara), Cinema 1: The Movement Image (University of Minneapolis, 1986).
Edgerton Jr, Samuel Y., The Heritage of Giotto..s Geometry, Art and Science on the Eve of the Scientific Revolution (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991).
Feuk, Douglas: August Strindberg. Paradisbilder – Infernobilder, Hellerup 1991.
Fraser, Catherine C.: Ensam och Allén. Ord och bild hos Strindberg, Stockholm 1994.
Gaudreault, André, Gunning, Tom, Cosandey, Roland (red.), Une invention du diable? Cinéma des premiers temps et religion Sainte - Foyu Les presses de l..Université Laval; Lausanne : Éditions payot Lausanne, 1992).
Golding, John: Path to the Absolute, London 2000.
Gray, Hugh (red.) What is Cinema? vol. 1., Los Angeles, London 1967.
Hughes, Robert: The Shock of the New. Art and the Century of Change, London 2000.
Kant, Immanuel, Prolegomena (1783), (Stockholm: Bokförlaget Thales, 2002).
Kaplan E. Ann Looking for the Other. Feminism Film And the Imperial Gaze (New York, London: Routledge, 1997).
Kellner, Douglas, Ryan, Michael, Camera Politica: The Politics and Ideology of Contemporary Hollywood Film (Bloomington, Indiana Univ. Press, 1988).
Koskinen, Maaret, "Allting föreställer, ingenting är". Filmen och teatern - en tvärestetisk studie (Nora: Nya Doxa, 2001).
Kristeva, Julia, Semeiotike: récherches pour une sémanalyse (Paris: Seuil, 1969).
Landquist, John, Strindbergs samlade verk, Stockholm 1912–1920
Langkjar, Birger, Den Lyttende tilskuer. Perception af lyd och musik i film (Köpenhamn: Museum Tusculanums forlag, 2000).
Leyda, Jay, (övers. och red.) Film Form. Essays in Film Theory (San Diego, New York, London: A Harvest Book Harcourt Brace & Company, 1977).
Lund, Hans (red.) Intermedialitet. Ord, bild och ton i samspel (Studentlitteratur, Lund, 2002).
Marsh, Clive, Ortiz, Gaye (red.), Explorations in the Theology and Films (USA, UK: Blackwell Publishers Ltd., 1997-1998).
Martin, Joel W., Ostwalt Jr, Conrad E. (red.), Screening the Sacred, Religion, Myth and Ideology in Popular American Film (San Francisco, Oxford, Boulder: Westview Press, 1995).
Mannoni, Laurent (övers.), Crangle, Richard, The Great Art of Light and Shadow. Archaelogyof the Cinema (Great Britain: University of Exeter Press, 2000).
Mast, Gerald, Cohen, Marshall, Baudry, Leo (red.), Film Theory and Criticism. IntroductoryReadings (New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992.
May , John R.,(red.), Image & Likeness. Religions Visions in American Film Classics (New York/Mahwah/New Jersey: Paulist Press, 1992).
Metz, Christian, Essais sur la signification au cinéma II, (Paris: Editions Klincksieck, 1972).
Nichols, Bill, Ideology and the Image. Social Representation in the Cinema and other Media (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1981).
Plate, S., Brent, Jasper, David (red.), Imag(in)ing Otherness Filmic Visions of Living Together.
Prickaux, Sue: Edvard Munch. Behind the Scream, New Haven, London 2005,
Rothko, Christopher (red.): The Artist..s Reality. Philosophies of Art, New Haven, London 2004.
Rothko, Mark: Mark Rothko 1903–1970, London 1997.
Smelik, Anneke, And the Mirror Cracked. Feminism Cinema and Film Theory (Great Britain: Macmillan Press Ltd., 1998).
Sobchack, Vivian, The Address of the Eye. A Phenomenology of Film Experience (Princeton: New Jersey, Princeton University Press, 1992).
Stam, Robert, Film Theory. An Introduction, (Malden, Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2000).
Stam, Robert, Burgoyne Robert, Flitterman-Lewis, Sandy New Vocabularies in Film Semiotics: Structuralism, Post-Structuralism and Beyond New York, London: Routledge, 1992).
Stam, Robert, Burgoyne, Robert, Flitterman-Lewis, Sandy, New Vocabularies in Film Semiotics (London, New York: Routledge, 2000).
Stam, Robert, Miller, Toby (red.), Film and Theory. An Anthology (Malden MA, Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2000).
Stanley-Baker, Joan, Japanese Art, London, 2003
Stoichita, Victor I., A Short History of the Shadow London, United Kingdom: Reaktion Books, 1997).
Stone, Bryan P., Faith and Film, Theological Themes at the Cinema (St. Louis, Missouri, USA: Chalise Press, 2000).
Strindberg, August, "Ett Drömspel" (1902) i Strindberg, Samlade Skrifter 34 (Stockholm: Albert Bonniers Förlag, 1916).
Söderbergh Widding, Astrid, Blick och blindhet (Stockholm: Bonnier Alba, 1997).
Sorensen, Bjorn, Å fange virkeligheten, Dokumentarfilmens århundre (Oslo: Universitets-forlaget, 2001).
Thompson, Kristin, Breaking the Glass Armor. Neoformalist Film Analysis (Princeton: New Jersey, Princeton University Press, 1988).
Tuchman, Maurice (red.), The Spiritual in Art: Abstract Painting 1890–1985, New York 1987.
I heart this one - it..s magic for real!
Weis, Elisabeth, Belton, John (red.), Film Sound. Theory and Practice. (New York: Columbia UP, 1985).
Weiss, Jeffrey (red.): Mark Rothko, New Haven, London 1998.
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