STRIKE A POSE – a Dutch production featuring Luis Camacho, Oliver Crumes III, Salim Gauwloos, Jose Gutierez, Kevin Stea, Carlton Wilborn and Sue Trupin, dancers on Madonna’s infamous Blond Ambition Tour will document their experiences on the tour in 1990.
‘In 1990, seven young male dancers – 6 gay, 1 straight – joined Madonna on her most controversial tour. On stage and in the iconic film Truth or Dare they showed the world how to express yourself. Now, 25 years later, they reveal the truth about life during and after the tour. Strike a Pose is a dramatic tale about overcoming shame and finding the courage to be who you are.’
The film is set to premiere at the Berlinale festival in Berlin. A Dutch premiere date is most likely to occur somewhere at the end of April or beginning of May.
Hold tight for more information asap, in the meantime enjoy these promotional stills
Strike A Pose, the documentary cast including Luis Camacho Oliver Crumes III Salim Gauwloos Jose Gutierez Kevin Stea Carlton Wilborn Sue Trupin will premiere at the Berlinale Festival. This documentary puts the focus on the dancers’ experiences during the infamous Blond Ambition Tour.
Please stay tuned for more info on this and like their Facebook page in the meantime
Less than a month from now, Madonna’s RebelHeart Tour in Manila will take the Philippine music scene by storm as the SM Mall of Asia Arena is expected to house a 2-day concert experience that will go down in music history.
Madonna fans all over the country are beyond excited and feeling ecstatic as the Queen of Pop is expected to bring her mighty all in terms of singing prowess and overall stage performance. Got your tickets to the show already? Don’t fret if you are still on the lookout for those precious tickets. Globe Telecom, the exclusive presenter of the tour’s Manila leg, is bringing back the second installment of its RebelHeart Tour Raffle Promo which will give you the chance to win free passes to the concert.
After the success of the first RebelHeart Tour Raffle Promo, which brought 2 lucky Globe customers to Los Angeles, California for an all-expense paid trip to catch Madonna on stage, Globe recently announced the second round of the raffle which gives any Globe Prepaid, TM, Postpaid, Platinum, and Tattoo customers a chance to win tickets to Madonna’s concert in Manila.
To earn raffle entries, simply register to GoSURF30 and up, apply for a Tattoo Home Broadband Plan 999 and up, or download a Madonna ringback tone from January 1 to 31, 2016. To register to the raffle, text MADONNA REG <Name>/<Address>/<Email>/<Age>/<Gender> to 2662. Platinum and Tattoo Home Broadband customers are automatically registered to the raffle. Draw date is on February 5, 2016. Twenty four (24) lucky winners will get the chance to see the Queen of Pop perform live in Manila.
“In a few weeks, the RebelHeart Tour lands on Philippine shores and Globe is here to give lucky Globe and Tattoo customers a once in a lifetime concert experience with the second installment of our RebelHeart Tour Raffle Promo. Music is an integral part of the Filipino digital lifestyle and we wish to make the experience wonderful each time,” shares Globe Telecom Senior Vice President for Consumer Mobile Marketing Issa Cabreira.
For more details on how you can earn raffle entries, visit www.globe.com.ph/BeOneWithMadonnaRaffle.
Tickets for Madonna’s RebelHeart Tour on February 24 and 25 at the Mall of Asia Arena are on sale now in all SM Ticket Outlets, smtickets.com or call 470-2222. Exclusive ticket deals also await Globe customers. Visit www.globe.com.ph/BeOnewithMadonna to learn more.
Read more at https://www.mb.com.ph/going-crazy-over-madonna-in-manila/#0u0QIEhrlhBv0r6Q.99
Madonna, in town for her Rebel Heart show at the AAA, was seen supping with her manager Guy Oseary Thursday at Soho Beach House. “She looked amazing, like 25 years old,” says our spy of the 57-year-old. Seen Saturday night at her show: Rosie O’ Donnell and Gloria Estefan. Madonna, who started the Saturday night show 2 1/2 hours late, also brought her daughter Mercy James on stage to celebrate the child’s 10th birthday.
MANILA, Philippines – Less than a month from now, Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour in Manila will take the Philippine music scene by storm as the SM Mall of Asia Arena is expected to house a two-day concert experience that will go down in music history.
Madonna fans all over the country are beyond excited and feeling ecstatic as the Queen of Pop is expected to bring her mighty all in terms of singing prowess and overall stage performance. Got your tickets to the show already? Don’t fret if you are still on the lookout for those precious tickets.
Globe Telecom, the exclusive presenter of the tour’s Manila leg, is bringing back the second installment of its Rebel Heart Tour Raffle Promo which will give you the chance to win free passes to the concert.
“In a few weeks, the Rebel Heart Tour lands on Philippine shores and Globe is here to give lucky Globe and Tattoo customers a once-in-a-lifetime concert experience with the second installment of our Rebel Heart Tour Raffle Promo,” said Issa Cabreira, Senior Vice President for Consumer Mobile Marketing at Globe.
“Music is an integral part of the Filipino digital lifestyle and we wish to make the experience wonderful each time.”
After the success of the first Rebel Heart Tour Raffle Promo, which brought two lucky Globe customers to Los Angeles, California for an all-expense-paid trip to catch Madonna on stage, Globe recently announced the second round of the raffle which gives any Globe Prepaid, TM, Postpaid, Platinum, and Tattoo customers a chance to win tickets to Madonna’s concert in Manila.
To register to the raffle, text MADONNA REG <Name>/<Address>/<Email>/<Age>/<Gender> to 2662.
Platinum and Tattoo Home Broadband customers are automatically registered to the raffle. Draw date is on Feb. 5, 2016. Twenty-four lucky winners will get the chance to see the Queen of Pop perform live in Manila.
For more details on how you can earn raffle entries, visit www.globe.com.ph/BeOneWithMadonnaRaffle.
Tickets for Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour on February 24 and 25 at the Mall of Asia Arena are on sale now in all SM Ticket Outlets and smtickets.com. Call 470-2222. Exclusive ticket deals also await Globe customers. Visit www.globe.com.ph/BeOnewithMadonna to learn more.
Read more at Philstar.com
Filmography presents: Madonna in Bloodhounds Of Broadway (1989) – press articles, memorabilia, videos & more
As our Bloodhounds Of Broadway collection isn’t as extensive as for example Desperately Seeking Susan, Shanghai Surprise and Who’s That Girl, ‘Bloodhounds’ is online sooner than we anticipated.
Madonna starred as Hortense Hathaway in Bloodhounds Of Broadway, a film that isn’t as popular or well known as Madonna’s previous efforts. We have gathered the following:
- Some press articles scanned on the movie’s release
- Memorabilia items including the poster and some VHS/DVD releases
- Watch the trailer
- See Madonna’s duet with Jennifer Grey singing ‘I Surrender Dear’ from the movie in HD
- Buy the movie through order links
Filmography presents: Madonna as Nikki Finn in Who’s That Girl (1987) – tons of rare memorabilia, press articles, videos & much more!
New in our Filmography, going back to October 1986 when Madonna started filming ‘Slammer’ later to be retitled to ‘Who’s That Girl’ as Nikki Finn. To this day, Who’s That Girl remains one of Madonna’s most well known movies. Even though at the time it wasn’t a big hit at the box office, it is still considered one of Madonna’s more ‘popular’ movies.
We have gathered a lot of rarities from our own collection in his extensive online Who’s That Girl gallery:
- A ton of rare memorabilia including: original used cell and sketches from the animated intro, original premiere invite in New York, official lifesize display, 8mm video, screener video, rare foreign releases, unique presskits and rare Japanese promo cassette
- loads of magazine and newspaper articles scanned, including some very early reports where they still called the movie ‘Slammer’
- Videos! The original music videos to the singles Madonna released off the offcial soundtrack (Who’s That Girl, Causing a Commotion, The Look Of Love) and premiere in New York videos
- View the original trailer
- Buy the movie and soundtrack at either Amazon or iTunes
Enjoy reading all about Nikki Finn in Who’s That Girl….stay tuned for Hortense Hathaway in Bloodhounds of Broadway
By now, Madonna’s fans know what to expect from one of her concerts: plenty of high-energy dancing, clever thematic vignettes, impressive stage props, colorful costumes and an eclectic set list that draws from highlights throughout her entire career.
Such a production demands precision, above all, with every performer having to know exactly when and where to be. There is precious little room for either improvisation or spontaneity, except for during carefully scripted moments (which kind of comically defeats the whole purpose).
But on Saturday night at a packed AmericanAirlines Arena in downtown Miami, Madonna managed to deviate from the mostly rigid set list and staged theatrics of her Rebel Heart Tour to add a heartfelt, personal touch for her onetime hometown crowd.
The show – part of the global icon’s 10th major tour – was in support of Madonna’s 13th studio album, “Rebel Heart,” and the still-spry-at-57 megastar showed off her well-documented rebellious side from the start, opening with a salacious video of her in a sequined ball gown trapped in a cage while guards who looked like they were flown in straight from the Wicked Witch of the West’s castle marched onstage. Madonna then descended dramatically in a medieval-looking cage to perform her fun-loving new anthem “Bitch, I’m Madonna” while surrounded by sexed-up geisha girls.
To read the full review please visit Miami.com
irty years after her first arena tour, a live performance by Madonna is still an event, a pilgrimmage for generations of the faithful.
And so on Saturday night, they came to Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena to worship, a parade of supplicants in search of transformation, regeneration and a party. They came in old Madonna tour T-shirts and new (“Bitch I’m Madonna), gray hair and gay hair, a parade of women defying the 56-degree chill in taut leather pants, and men in impossibly skinny jeans. There were nuns and cheerleaders, even a random Pagliacci. Everywhere the community documented its glee with the selfie.
And Madonna did not disappoint, her arrival (at a relatively punctual 10:25 p.m.) coming in a slow descent from the ceiling in a cage, landing among a menacing battalion of bare-chested soldiers. She exited her enclosure in flowing black and red robes to the tune of a new song, “Iconic,” as the video, featuring an angry Mike Tyson, unfurled on a massive video screen that ran the length of the stage.
It was a tone that would rule the evening: Plenty of theater, fashion and energy, and less skin than we are used to seeing from Madonna.
To read the full review please visit SouthFlorida.com
She was performing for a crowded house in Miami.
But Madonna was more than happy to interrupt her own performance to celebrate her daughter Mercy’s 10th birthday.
The 57-year-old serenaded Happy Birthday to her little girl as she presented her with a light pink cupcake that was adorned with a lit birthday candle at the American Airlines Arena.
Read more HERE
The Panorama main program of the Berlin International Film Festival which kicks off next month, includes “Strike a Pose,” a feature documentary from Ester Gould and Reijer Zwaan, which makes it premiere at the Berlinale.
The story courtesy of the filmmakers: In 1990, seven young male dancers joined Madonna on her most controversial world tour – her “Blonde Ambition” world tour. Their journey was captured in her rockumentary, “Truth or Dare.” As a self-proclaimed “mother” to her six gay dancers plus straight Oliver, Madonna used the film to make a stand on gay rights and freedom of expression. The dancers became paragons of pride, inspiring people all over the world to dare to be who you are. Twenty-five years later, the dancers share their own stories about life during and after the tour. What does it really take to express yourself?
The feature documentary was selected for the 2014 IDFA Bertha Fund, formerly known as the Jan Vrijman Fund, which supports documentary filmmakers and festivals in developing countries. Its goal is to stimulate local film cultures and to turn the creative documentary into a truly global film art.
In January 1992, three of the “Blonde Ambition” dancers – Oliver Crumes, Kevin Stea and Gabriel Trupin – filed a lawsuit against Madonna. The suit claimed that their privacy had been invaded during the filming of “Truth or Dare.” I suppose this bit of info will be addressed in “Strike a Pose.”
The “Truth or Dare” rockumentary followed Madonna on the road, behind the scenes with her “Blonde Ambition” family of backup singers and dancers, and is still considered groundbreaking for it’s candid, matter-of-fact depiction of the private lives of her seven dancers, six of whom were gay.
No trailer yet. But it’s a film that we’ll likely be writing more about in the future, as it travels.
This year’s Berlin International Film Festival runs from February 11 – 21.