Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Johan Kramer's Sing for Darfur Win European Independent Film Festival Award

Chelsea Director Johan Kramer's latest film project, Sing for Darfur, won "Best European Dramatic Feature" at the European Independent Film Festival.  From the press release:

The European Independent Film Festival (ÉCU), Europe’s premier event for independent cinema, announces the 2009 festival award winners. An audience of several hundred gathered in the Grand Auditorium of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Site François-Mitterrand, to applaud the 113 talented independent filmmakers from 27 countries whose films were competing for the title of “Europe’s Best Independent Film” during the weekend of 13th – 15th March, 2009. Twenty-three awards were given out at the ceremony...Johan Kramer’s Sing for Darfur (Netherlands) for Best European Dramatic Feature 2009

Congratulation to Johan and everyone involved in the film!

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Lauren Greenfield's Latest Work for The New York Times Magazine

Continuing her work on the accelerated pace of modern childhood, Greenfield's latest work illustrates the story of Allonzo Trier, a 13 year old basketball prodigy. See the full article with Greenfield's photography here.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Lauren Greenfield Featured At Inaugural Show of Annenberg Space for Photography

Chelsea director Lauren Greenfield is a featured photographer in L8S ANG3LES - exhibition of 8 LA Masters. The gala opening event is March 25 and the show runs through the summer. Greenfield will also be lecturing at the Annenberg in late May, so look out for more info on that.

For more of Greenfield's print work, check out, and for more on the Annenberg Space and Foundation, click