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Darrell Hartman

have band-aids, will travel


In yesterday’s sweltering heat, plenty of New Yorkers surely fantasized about getting away to somewhere chilly and exotic. Guests at last night’s Cinema Society screening of “Transsiberian,” Brad Anderson’s terrifying thriller about an American couple (Emily Mortimer and Woody Harrelson) on a Russian train trip, were not among them. Condé Nast Traveler—whose publicists clearly have […]

from cinema society guests, the vegas report


What happens in Vegas…made for good cocktail chatter at last night’s Cinema Society after-party for the screening of “Finding Amanda” at the Tribeca Grand. The dramedy, directed by Peter Tolan, tells the story of a gambling addict (Matthew Broderick) who heads to Sin City to rescue his prostitute niece (Brittany Snow) from a life of […]

old hollywood: charismatic, but the underwear was hell


The movies sure aren’t what they used to be. That much was clear at last night’s Cinema Society screening of “Trumbo,” Peter Askin’s documentary about outspoken Oscar-winning screenwriter Dalton Trumbo (“Spartacus,” “The Brave One”) and the injustices of the McCarthy-era Hollywood blacklist. Talk, naturally, turned to the bad old good old days. Francisco Costa nominated […]

the laws of indoor shades at thakoon


There’s more to a good pair of shades than, um, meets the eye–especially if they’re made by Thakoon Panichgul, the designer explained at Thursday night’s launch of his new sunglass line at Soho’s Ilori boutique. For the lenses, the designer favored pinkish brown and a smoky clear shade that “sort of gives the face air.” […]

laissez faire vs. fixer models


Models, models, everywhere! Nolita’s Openhouse Gallery was full of foreign accents and mile-long legs at last night’s art sale to benefit the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America hosted by Ford Agency CEO Katie Ford and artist Ross Bleckner. You couldn’t turn around without bumping into a catwalker, whether it was Lily Cole or 2008 […]