Hip Hip Hooray voor JW (dat rijmt!)
Clip from the ‘Balloon Dance’ from the motion picture “Give the girl a break” Warner Brothers 1953. via Warner Archive Instant on YouTube)
Hello! Did you know we have a YouTube channel? Well, we do: MimiMovies. Don’t be afraid to subscribe, we won’t bombard you with tons of movies. We only make video’s once in a while, and mostly they are very short. The next bunch will probaly be filmed at Milan Designweek this April. We cover topics such as fashion, art, interior and fashion design on an international level.
Next to video’s made at all kinds of events like shows, fairs, exhibitions and what have you not, we also shoot our own material. For instance the Mimi Cheerleaders series or an occasional interview. Well enough talk, please have a look and see if MimiMovies is of any interest to you!
Have a nice day!
xoxo Mimi Berlin
A Boy hiding in the blonde grass, he’s playing with his friends, they all have guns. A video in slow motion by MimiMovies.
Just that, have a nice day!
Mimi Berlin’s current obsession is the newest music video for the song Demons by Joji, made in one take, directed by Jared Hogan (Video Producer: Elisha Gustafson)
Joji is an interesting artist we had never heard of before (’cause we are Old) As a musician he either records under the name Pink Guy, or as Joji, they are very different from eachother. Also: he is George Miller and Filthy Frank. Yes! If you visit TVFilthyFrank on YouTube you’ll find out even more characters: we did and decided Joji is our favorite, but the others are more funny in an absurdist way. This multi-talented performer has been at it since 2008 and has a 7.8+ million subscribers, according to wikipedia.
(shared from Joji’s insta @sushitrash)
The furry outfits reminds us of Nick Cave‘s work (the artist, not the singer)
Our dear friend Pia C. told us about a park in Japan that is known for being a place where you can commit suicide in peace. Well, that place is Aokigahara park, which indeed became internationally known as a popular destination for suicide; almost unbelievable, but true. It has been said that there are 50 to 100 deaths per year at this forest.
Brrr….but; the fact that Japanese Culture is so, so different from the Western one, becomes evidently more clear when watching the interesting Vice flick below. (don’t be alarmed by this post we’re fine, doing very well actually! xoxo)
“The site holds so many bodies that the Yakuza pays homeless people to sneak into the forest and rob the corpses. The authorities sweep for bodies only on an annual basis, as the forest sits at the base of Mt. Fuji and is too dense to patrol more frequently.” (via vice youtube channel)
A couple of years ago we found clips of Royce on You Tube. We, at Mimi Berlin, posted a few and here is one more: Quando, Quando, also featuring Marilyn.
Royce Reed and Marilyn Hoggatt; “two of the most unusual ladies ever to grace downtown L.A.”
The makers of these clips are Bill Geerhart and Andrew D’Ambrosio. They filmed the ladies from the 1990s until 2010 at the Hotel Stillwell in downtown Los Angeles and later residences. They planned to make a documentary from this material. Bill Geerhart and Andrew D’Ambrosio’s campagin on indiegogo is closed. But the full-lnght documentary is nowhere to be found…. Maybe you know if they ever finished it or otherwise where to find it? If you do know more please let us know!
Thanks! xoxo Mimi