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Camila Gibran

Neighborhood Slice: Into the Hearts of New York

Camila Gibran | Posted 12.03.2015 | New York
Camila Gibran

"A place belongs forever to whoever claims it hardest, remembers it most obsessively, wrenches it from itself, shapes it, renders it, loves it so rad...

'Bare': Love Lies Where Two Paths Cross in the Desert

Camila Gibran | Posted 05.04.2016 | Arts
Camila Gibran

In a very small town in the middle of the Nevada desert a young girl strips off her clothes, a drifter gets vulnerable and opens her heart, drugs factor without judgment, and the two characters veer into darkness as they hopefully and hopelessly search for all the pieces of who they are to become.

Nick Sandow's Farewell to Old New York

Camila Gibran | Posted 06.23.2015 | Arts
Camila Gibran

"I always felt like Thomas, I always felt like I was on the periphery of all that stuff, and this desire of a wannabe, well, I am an actor, I spent the last 25 years pretending to be somebody else."

5 To 7: A Window Opens In New York

Camila Gibran | Posted 06.06.2015 | Arts
Camila Gibran

Brian, a young writer, is walking, he is in his head, we hear his voice: "...In New York City, you are never more than 20 feet away from someone you know, or someone you are meant to know."

Venus in Fur: The Master and the Muse

Camila Gibran | Posted 08.20.2014 | Arts
Camila Gibran

The first time I ever saw Emmanuelle Seigner I was a 15 year old grunge kid, and she was the gorgeous vulnerable seductress Mimi, intertwined in her husband Roman Polanski's fatally passionate love story Bitter Moon.

Sandy Came...

Camila Gibran | Posted 01.23.2014 | New York
Camila Gibran

Sandy came, and before she arrived, it was all about Me. Me in my house. Me in my day job. Me, my aspirations and my battles with my lessons. Me, not doing what Me like to be doing. Me and my senseless emotional life. There were so many Me's, I forgot I was only one.

A Birder's Guide to Everything: Childhood Memories Take Flight

Camila Gibran | Posted 01.23.2014 | Entertainment
Camila Gibran

To be a kid was to give attention and intention to what was right in front of me: to love, to lose, to win, to hurt, to be frustrated without excuses or reservations, to have an infinite amount of possibilities and the passion, courage and heart to go get it.

Reaching for the Moon: Bishop, Barreto and the Art of Losing

Camila Gibran | Posted 08.03.2013 | Arts
Camila Gibran

Barreto's film, Reaching for the Moon, takes us on a fifteen year journey within two countries, in two languages, in the lives of two women: the American poet Elizabeth Bishop and the Brazilian architect Lota De Macedo Soares, whose love relationship didn't bow to convention.