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Leonardo Bravo is the founder of Big City Forum, an independent, interdisciplinary project that encourages explorations and exchanges between various creative disciplines.
Big City Forum (BCF), founded in 2008 by Los Angeles-based artist, educator, and activist Leonardo Bravo, explores the intersection between design-based creative disciplines within the context of public space, the built environment, and social engagement.
Through dozens of symposiums, forums, exhibitions, and special events, held all over the city of Los Angeles, BCF has been providing public access to forward-thinking projects, panels, exhibitions and workshops that has brought hundreds of artists, activists, scholars, architects, urban planners, and creative thinkers together in dialogue and collaborative art making.
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Are you distraught over Kelly and Leonardo breaking up? Spending too much time on your Playstation only to find out the server went down today? Nowhere to turn? Well tune into Seth and Sean Sports Radio and hear all about Black Monday in the NFL...and where the Giants turn next in their coaching search
On the final ScreenPicks Movie Show of 2015, we review four new films that have Oscar hopes, and one comedy. First, we look at Leonardo DiCaprio in Alejandro Gonzalez-Inarritu's epic The Revenant. Then we review the film the NFL doesn't want you to see - Concussion, starring Will Smith. Then it's on to David O. Russell's Joy, starring Jennifer Lawrence, Robert DeNiro, and Bradley Cooper. Next, we review Quentin Tarantino's epic The Hateful Eight. Finally, we review the Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg's new comedy Daddy's Home.
Host Paul Booth discusses Leonardo DiCaprio and his latest Oscar nominated film THE REVENANT.
New year's resolution people are flooding the gym. I wish they would fall off by February so I can use the machines again.
New Year New Me...no, same fake ass as last year, and the year before.
My roommate is yelling at the tv at the game and I fear for my life. I'm hiding the guns and knives and booze.
What words will stop being used in the new year? Fleek, bruh, wyd, smh, lol...one can only hope.
When a woman says "you ain't ready for all of this"...does she mean she's calling her nanna an Apocolypse? Because I'm not ready for the Apocolypse.
RIP David Bowie...you wear a musical genious even thought you were a weird motherfucker.
"Now...I have a machine gun. Ho...Ho...Ho." RIP Alan Rickman, you will be missed as well.
A woman spent a bunch of money for a chance at winning the Powerball, but didn't. She set up a Go-Fund Me account to get her money back...no.
They stole my idea for Dirty Grandpa...I am the real one! With no grandkids though.
Now that Marijuana is legal in Colorado, they're getting taxed up the ass and dispensories are getting shut down...how's the legal weed working out for you now, potheads?
David Bowie and Alan Rickman pass away. So did Scott Weiland and Lemmy Kilmister...but we're left with Michael Moore and Eddie Vedder.
Saw Star Wars in IMAX 3D and got seasick.
A frontiersman named Hugh Glass on a fur trading expedition in the 1820s is on a quest for survival after being brutally mauled by a bear.
Quote- "Gorgeous to look at, this romantic survivalist revenger has the heart of an ice pick."
Review at: themovieminute.com
On a special ScreenPicks podcast, we take an in-depth look at the nominations for the 2016 Academy Awards. Which movies will have a great chance to win? Will it be Spotlight? Or The Revenant? Is this the year that Leonardo DiCaprio finally wins an Oscar? We break it all down.
Is the backlack faced by the Academy for the whiteout fair? What will the end result of the controversy be? The Movie BOOBs take a deep look at all the reactions surrounding the whiteout before making their predictions for the Oscar award winners. DiCaprio is a heavy favorite to win his first Oscar, but can The Revenant run down Spotlight for Best Picture.
Also, The Revenant looks to be the favorite to win the weekend at the box office, but a couple of solid other returners - Ride Along 2 and Star Wars: The Force Awakens - join a trio of new releases - The 5th Wave, Dirty Grandpa, and The Boy - in a battle for second place. Which will it be?