All the must-see May 2021’s Netflix films and tv series

All the must-see May 2021’s Netflix films and tv series

Giulia Guido · 1 week ago · Art

From Roberto Baggio to the life of fashion designer Halston, it’s time to discover together all the new releases coming in May on Netflix.

Monster: The film’s protagonist is Steve Harmon, a 17-year-old who is accused of murder. The story follows the events that will lead the boy to face legal battles as he tries to adjust to the environment of an elite high school he has begun attending.
Monster will be available on Friday, May 7. 

Money explained: We deal with money every day. We earn it, we spend it, we invest it. This documentary miniseries takes us inside the intricate world of money, from credit cards to casinos to student loans.
Episodes of Money explained will be available starting Tuesday, May 11. 

Dance of 41: The film is a fictionalized account of an event that really happened in the early 1900s in Mexico, when the police raided the home of a wealthy private individual where a party was taking place with only men, some of whom were dressed as women. The incident immediately became a scandal and gossip on everyone’s lips.
Dance of 41 will be available on Wednesday, May 12. 

The Woman in the Window: Amy Adams stars in this crime thriller whose plot is vaguely reminiscent of Rear Window. The protagonist is a psychologist confined to the house because of her agoraphobia who witnesses a murder from her window and will try in every way to solve it. The cast also includes Gary Oldman and Julianne Moore.
The Woman in the Window will be available on Friday, May 14. 

Love, Death + Robots 2: After the success of volume 1, the series consisting of animated shorts that follow the themes of love, death and robots is ready to return. If you’re a lover of shorts, or never have time for a full-length movie, this is the series for you!
The second season of Love, Death+Robots will be available starting Friday, May 14. 

Halston: Ewan McGregor is Halston in the film that chronicles his life and iconic moments. A friend of Liza Minnelli and Andy Warhol, the minimal designer dressed some of the most famous faces of the second half of the 1900s, such as Jacqueline Kennedy. 
Halston will be available starting Friday, May 14. 

Who Killed Sara? 2: The first season of this Mexican TV series, which was a huge international success, left us with bated breath with a murder story that deals with the theme of personal revenge. For the main character, Alex, the problems don’t seem to be over: in fact, the second season opens with the discovery of a body in his backyard.
The second season of Who Killed Sara? will be available from Wednesday, May 19. 

Master of None 3: One of the most successful Netflix series is returning with season three. Life and love are the mainstays of this show that manages to tackle any situation with a dash of irony and humor.
The third season of Master of None will be available from Sunday, May 23. 

Il Divin Codino: Perhaps the most anticipated title of May (at least in Italy). The film tells the story of the champion Roberto Baggio, from his beginnings until he became the idol he still is today. 
Il Divin Codino will be available from Wednesday, May 26. 

All the must-see May 2021’s Netflix films and tv series
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All the must-see May 2021’s Netflix films and tv series
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InstHunt – The 10 best photos on Instagram this week

InstHunt – The 10 best photos on Instagram this week

Giulia Guido · 2 days ago · Photography

Every day, on our Instagram profile, we ask you to share with us your most beautiful pictures and photographs.
For this InstHunt collection of this week we have selected your 10 best proposals: @hic_appunti_mediterranei_, @mariyaleksa_ph, @martinabarbon, @stefaniaagus80, @_eleonoram_, @bety.flesso, @lamonaart_, @isaurascarlet, @greta.larosa, @photospfglobe.

Tag @collateral.photo to be selected and published on the next InstHunt.

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The shots by Jaume Llacer combine portraits and landscapes

The shots by Jaume Llacer combine portraits and landscapes

Federica Cimorelli · 2 days ago · Photography

Jaume Llacer is a Spanish photographer based in Belgium, a young self-taught artist who tries to evoke mixed emotions by combining portraits and landscapes.
Although his background is in the sciences, Jaume has also come to appreciate the world of photography and, through his creativity and resourcefulness, has learned the right techniques for working with light, colour and composition.

– Read also: “Ritratti Stampati”, the project by Salvo Giuffrida

His images show dreamy settings, suspended in time, magical and isolated. Jaume Llacer doesn’t need to travel far to take the perfect photo, he just needs to spend time outdoors and in nature to find the best glimpses.
With portraits his attitude is a bit the same, he only needs three ingredients: instinct, aesthetics and emotion.

Check out a selection of his shots here, follow him on Instagram and visit his official website.

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“Ritratti Stampati”, the project by Salvo Giuffrida

“Ritratti Stampati”, the project by Salvo Giuffrida

Giulia Guido · 3 days ago · Photography

By now we know that a photograph is much more than a simple image and that, indeed, the most interesting part is precisely that which we do not see and of which we want to know the details.
Salvo Giuffrida is well aware of this and it is from this conviction that his “Ritratti Stampati” series was born. 

Salvo Giuffrida is Sicilian, from Santa Maria di Licodia to be exact, a town that lies halfway between Etna and the coast, between the mountains and the sea. It is important to stress the role of this place because it has proved to be a fundamental element in his artistic production. 

Salvo has been photographing for almost ten years, but it is only in the last two that he has really dedicated himself to photography. The reason for this decision was the meeting with photographer Toni Thorimbert that took place in 2018; it is precisely since then that photography has become his daily routine. 

Last November, the “Ritratti Stampati” project was born out of the need to make room for portraits again. So Salvo Giuffrida begins to shoot anyone who is willing to be portrayed, then completing the creation process with the actual printing of the shot – on fine art paper with a 100-year guarantee -, fighting the passage of time. 

After more than 50 portraits, Salvo realised he wanted more than a portrait and it was here that the Sicilian landscape came back into focus. He starts taking pictures of his subjects – ordinary people on the shoreline with the sea behind them or surrounded by the rugged nature of Mount Etna – and suddenly the creation of the image takes a back seat.
The experience of the people takes on importance, their mood and feelings are amplified by the place that frames them. 

Through the portrait, the photographer creates an experience in which man is called upon to let go, to rediscover his primordial side and to rebuild a bond with nature through contact with its elements. 

“In the end there is a portrait to hang, which will serve as a reminder of who we were at that particular moment.”

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Maria Maglionico and her minimal and surreal photographs

Maria Maglionico and her minimal and surreal photographs

Giulia Guido · 4 days ago · Photography

What would it be like to photograph a dream? In dreams there is always a precise atmosphere, something that captures our attention but is often never revealed, elements that we recognise as belonging to reality but which suddenly become absurd.
In her shots, photographer Maria Maglionico captures this essence. 

Originally from southern Italy, Maria does not photograph to document anything in particular, but uses photography as a true artistic medium to express emotions, feelings and sensations that are difficult to describe verbally. 

If we take a look at her artistic production, we notice how images with cold tones, tending towards blue, intertwine with warmer and more intimate images with neutral colours. Moreover, the person we see in the shots is often Maria herself, hiding her face behind a mirror or simply with her back turned.

Like Alice of the White Rabbit, we too are enchanted by Maria Maglionico’s photographs and as we leaf through them we are plunged into a world poised between dream and reality where there is no longer any difference between what is real and what is surreal. 

Read also: Quietpoem, delicacy and intimacy in Matilde Minauro’s shots

Below is a selection of Maria Maglionico’s shots, but to find out more and not to miss her upcoming work, follow her on Instagram. 

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