[Exclusive] Mayu Kanamori, telling stories through art

The first time I saw Mayu Kanamori was while watching a documentary called Tokyo Revealed. She was doing commentary on the city’s lifestyle and a brief description of her expertise appeared on the screen. The word that caught my eyes was ‘art’ so I just had to research more about Mayu. What I discovered was a creative, philosophical, and passionate woman dedicated to telling stories through art, in which her work will help others become more aware of important issues in society.

I was so fascinated that I immediately sought out getting in contact with the artist to have her on EY so that our readers can discover such a remarkable talent if they haven’t already. Now, I ask that you take some time to carefully go through this interview and Mayu’s very thorough answers. You might learn something. Continue reading “[Exclusive] Mayu Kanamori, telling stories through art”

[Exclusive] Noree Victoria: The Versatile Actress

Interview by Kai

Maryland native Noree Victoria has been entertaining her entire life. Not even a Master’s in Information Technology could hinder her true calling. Aside from starring in independent films and television series, Noree has also challenged herself by becoming the one behind the camera; producing short films and music videos. I could go on and on about how talented this rising star is, but it’s best I leave it for you to learn after reading her interesting interview below. Check out Noree’s film reel and continue on for more: Continue reading “[Exclusive] Noree Victoria: The Versatile Actress”

Opening Weekend

Contraband PosterJoyful Noise PosterThe Iron Lady Poster

Don’t we all love  opening weekends? Well, only if the movies showing are interesting. 2011 was definitely a pathetic year for movies and Hollywood seemed to have suffered a decline. However, 2012 is looking brighter so far. Mark Wahlberg is back on the big screen in his latest action packed thriller “Contraband.” The film depicts a protective brother willing to take huge risks in securing the life of his sister and her husband. There’s certainly some adrenaline to look forward to when it comes to Wahlberg. I’ve been a huge fan since “The Big Hit” and I am not turning back anytime soon. He never disappoints me.  Continue reading “Opening Weekend”

Faces in the crowd

Aside from the fact that the movie poster looks like a revised version of the ‘Final Destination‘ poster in a more attractive way, ‘Faces In The Crowd‘ once again proves that action stars can deliver in dramatic roles as well. I’ve been a fan of Milla Jovovich since I’ve watched her and that other hot guy get steamy while being the only two people on an island in ‘Return To The Blue Lagoon.‘ I was only a child then but I was undeniably captivated by Milla’s performance in that film. Anyways, back to the present. ‘Faces In The Crowd‘ tells the story about a woman (Milla) suffering from “face blindness” after surviving a violent attack. Her condition causes her severe distress as not only does faces change every time she sees them, this is also an opportunity for her attacker to strike again for even though she’s seen his face, she couldn’t possibly identify him. Well, doesn’t that suck! Continue reading “Faces in the crowd”

“The best is yet to come” for Meagan Good

Actress Meagan Good, who graces the cover of this month’s issue of H.A.S magazine, discusses her career so far, where she intends to go, and addresses rumours that might be circulating about her. Meagan opens up about the lack of opportunities and not receiving quality projects that may display her acting skills to their fullest. You can read more in the magazine on stands now, and check out some of her hot pics below: Continue reading ““The best is yet to come” for Meagan Good”