Here’s this weekends music playlist..
Enjoy tuning into these songs awhile eating your Samboosas and Kunafa!
A few weekends have passed, and I haven’t posted any weekend playlists.. I apologize to that, I was busy catching up with fashion week and college entry exams. Anyways, Here’s this weekends playlist:
Young & Beautiful (Jazz & Foxtrot Version) by Lana Del Rey
Nirvana by Sam Smith (Harry Fraud Remix)
Dollar by Aloe Blacc
Loyal by Chris Brown Ft.Tyga
Enjoy your weekend, and stay tuned for more posts right here on The Sartori Ali.
H A P P Y L G B T P R I D E M O N TH !
Although we have different skin tones, different face structures (Except for twins), different hair, nail, the list is endless - We’re all the same, no matter what
Never undermine someone because of their differences to you, their sexuality, race, ethnicity, and so on. Stay open minded, and never, I repeat NEVER judge, or hate anything that you don’t understand. You’re no better than anyone else.
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Scrolling through my instagram timeline, I spot Abdualziz Al Khamis’s picture from the L’OCCITAINE press breakfast event that he attended with regards to their new product.
Browsing through his pictures, his bio caught my attention : “Visual Artist, Filmmaker, and director” Having a three in one package, he was a must to feature on this months Shabab Here and There segment! After reading his answers, I honestly broadened my mind with regards to the fields of the arts, besides fashion that is..
Q1. How do you view the artistic scene here in the Middle East?
It’s very challenging, middle eastern understands art very well since they travel around the world, The artists have been exhibiting works in the graphic arts, photography, animation and fashion in private galleries but also bypassing traditional venues and arts groups - and possible censorship - by showing their work online to reach an audience, I guess each government should help them to show their art to the world, I see that the art scene in the Middle East is improving by the young generation they are not afraid anymore to express trough art .
Q2.Between being a visual artist, filmmaker, and director, which is the most entertaining and satisfying to you? Why?
"Visual arts " is the key to be a successful director and a filmmaker.
Filmmaking is a miracle of collaboration. Translating art into a moving scene is challenging plus it grabs the audience attention so for me mixing art and visuals in a movie is entertaining.
Q3. What and who are some well-known names and people that you have worked with?
I worked with Disney, BBC London, Victoria and Albert museum for kylie minogue expedition, some local Arabic TV channels, national geographic, and did some TV advertisements for Dolce&Gabanna and Prada.
Q4. How is the movie/production and art scene in Kuwait? Is it welcomed, appreciated?
We don’t have any movies produced in Kuwait, only few independents movies produced by individuals
As I said earlier we need the support from the government to produce movies. Plus we have only few filmmakers in Kuwait so the film industry in Kuwait is almost dead.
Q5. How do you relate your filmmaking to fashion?
For years fashion has influenced films and films have clearly influenced fashion. The relationship between the fashion houses, the stylists and the film studios has always been strong.
Innovation and adaptation in costume design has always been key to the overall look of a film.
I do care about details as a director, fashion is the most important thing for me when it comes for directing it completes the scene , from my point of view each character in the movie I should pick the right outfit for it plus I should study the history of fashion be more realistic as a director.
Q6. Describe either yourself or your film making approach in three words.
Be creative forever.
As Abdulaziz said, be creative forever… I hope you enjoyed this months Shabab Here and There Segment.
Stay tuned for next months post right here on The Sarotri Ali
This weeks weather wasn’t easy going at all - lift your car windows up, turn on the ac, sip your ice tea’s and enjoy this weekends, summer playlist!
Lose Yourself to Dance by Daft Punk Ft.Pharrell Williams
URL Bad Man by Lily Allen
Shades of Cool by Lana Del Rey
Simon Says by Pharoahe Monch
Enjoy your weekend!