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John Goold Sees Gold In Global Warming For New Film

by Michael dEstries

I love documentaries. Not only for their candid nature and interesting topics, but because they allow a different perspective on a feature of life or society you never considered. Take

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Cannes Film Festival Faces Uphill Battle To Going Green

by Michael dEstries

While the Cannes Film Festival may be have the honor of premiering such eco-conscience films as The 11th Hour and An Inconvenient Truth, don’t expect those green themes to be

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Jane Fonda: “You Can Drink My Top & Smoke My Bottom”

by Rebecca Carter

I can’t believe it, but this is Jane Fonda‘s first time appearing on the pages of Ecorazzi – and she’s coming in with a bang! While recently appearing on the

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Ladies Who Lunch (And Conserve): The Fourth Annual Rachel Carson Awards

by Michael dEstries

This post was submitted our excellent new contributor, Tom Farley. If you’re interested in writing for Ecorazzi, drop us a line! The Fourth Annual Rachel Carson Awards, sponsored by the

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Penn & Teller Call Bull on Hybrids

by Rebecca Carter

Showtime just aired Penn & Teller‘s Bullshit episode entitled, “Nukes, Hybrids, and Lesbians” and some how, it all does get covered in a single episode. Lucky for us, someone has

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Charlize Theron and Woody Harrelson Like It Au Naturel

by nina

According to Newswire Today Charlize Theron and Woody Harrelson requested eco-friendly skincare products on the set of their upcoming movie Battle in Seattle, scheduled for release on November 29, 2007.  The head make-up artist used

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New Zealand Slams John Cleese With A Landfill

by Michael dEstries

A small amusing story of an insult turned into sweet revenge for a small town in New Zealand called Palmerston North. Apparently, after performing in the town, John Cleese quipped,

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