Articles in POP CULTURE
Movmnt Magazine gives insight into the creative minds behind BELIEVE: the ultimate collaboration between Criss Angel, Wade Robson and Cirque du Soleil.
Movmnt Magazine presents the blueprint for a cleaner planet in 13 steps.
The vision is a performing arts center combined with a hotel. A destination for performers and audiences alike. Is there such a thing as the perfect place to stay? Well, that of course depends on you. A state-of-the-art performing arts center and studios. An extensive health and spa facility. And, a world-class hotel, complete with an assortment of specially designed rooms. Some will have ballet barres and full mirrors, others will feature soundproof, cutting-edge recording facilities. Some rooms will even have direct access to the arts center’s backstage. The best part: every room will have a live feed direct to their televisions of any event happening on stage below! It’s a dream hotel, not a utopia, but definitely an artist’s fantasy…
T.I.’s love for music started when he was just a child, writing rhymes and rapping, drawing inspiration from LL Cool J or the Ghetto Boys. INTERVIEW
REfresh, REfill, REcycle, 3 simple steps to get rid of the over use of plastic bottles. Step into the light, get your own bottle, join Movmnt’s REvolution.
Kost chronicles his travels throughout Thailand where, instead of shooting celebs on the red carpet, he captured citizens (and pachyderms) of a far away culture for the very first time.
Pop has never been so un-sexy! As an independent popper and an avid fan of the genre, I’d like to discuss pop sexuality — what it means, how to spot it, and what to demand of Generation AI (American Idol), as we push the turn of the decade. Column by Mario Spinetti.
I have to admit that I am not a fan of American Idol. In fact, I call it American Yodel. No one ever sings just one note. They warble and wail and riff all around it. I thought it was a fad that would fade away, but I was wrong. The country is fixated on American Idol, and Broadway has taken notice.
The Local, a film that depicts underworld Brooklyn drug trade, tells the story of a drug mule who barely survives the trials of his desolate existence.
Mia Michaels column for movmnt magazine. Mia is a world-renowned choreographer. She was recently awarded her first Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography for Calling You, created in 2006 for Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance.
Movmnt’s Blake Davis interviews talented filmmaker Gus Van Sant about his latest movie, Milk, and the inspiration behind the making of his many award winning films.