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Francois-Henri Pinault - James Murdoch - Brut, the Fast-Rising Digital Media Startup, Brings Cannes Festival to Fortnite and Grows Creator Economy Platform (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com
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Brut, the Fast-Rising Digital Media Startup, Brings Cannes Festival to Fortnite and Grows Creator Economy Platform (EXCLUSIVE)
Elsa Keslassy International CorrespondentBrut, the rising digital media startup whose backers include James Murdoch and François-Henri Pinault, is set to bring the Cannes Film Festival into Epic Games’ Fortnite, as well as grow its global presence and creator economy platform.The Fortnite operation is one of the many young adult-skewing initiatives spearheaded by Brut as part of its new media partnership with the Cannes Film Festival.Brut is also planning to host a House of Creators at Cannes and will bring about 100 creators from across the world to the Croisette where they’ll meet high-profile filmmakers, actors and agents in small groups.Guillaume Lacroix, who co-founded Brut with veteran producer Renaud le Van Kim in 2016, said the idea behind the House of Creators was to “bridge the gap between the film and digital-native industries and allow these talented young creators to grow and upscale in the long term.” “Creators [on social media] have often been opposed to traditional content creators, but the truth is that if filmmakers who are now in their 40s and 50s had had smart phone like the ones we have today back when they started out, they would have all jumped on the opportunity to create content instead of using old VHS tapes,” said Lacroix.Brut is also developing blockchain tools to put creators in direct touch with their fans and allow them to maximize their revenue.
Francois-Henri Pinault - James Murdoch - Brut, the Fast-Rising Digital Media Startup, Brings Cannes Festival Into Fortnight and Grows Creator Economy Platform (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com
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Brut, the Fast-Rising Digital Media Startup, Brings Cannes Festival Into Fortnight and Grows Creator Economy Platform (EXCLUSIVE)
Elsa Keslassy International CorrespondentBrut, the rising digital media startup whose backers include James Murdoch and François-Henri Pinault, is set to bring the Cannes Film Festival into Epic Games’ Fortnight, as well as grow its global presence and creator economy platform.The Fortnight operation is one of the many young adult-skewing initiatives spearheaded by Brut as part of its new media partnership with the Cannes Film Festival.Brut is also planning to host a House of Creators at Cannes and will bring about 100 creators from across the world to the Croisette where they’ll meet high-profile filmmakers, actors and agents in small groups.Guillaume Lacroix, who co-founded Brut with veteran producer Renaud le Van Kim in 2016, said the idea behind the House of Creators was to “bridge the gap between the film and digital-native industries and allow these talented young creators to grow and upscale in the long term.” “Creators (on social media) have often been opposed to traditional content creators, but the truth is that if filmmakers who are now in their forties and fifties had had smart phone like the ones we have today back when they started out, they would have all jumped on the opportunity to create content instead of using old VHS tapes,” said Lacroix.Brut is also developing blockchain tools to put creators in direct touch with their fans and allow them to maximize their revenue.
Salma Hayek - Francois-Henri Pinault - Salma Hayek celebrates Mother's Day with unusual photograph from home - hellomagazine.com - Britain - London
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Salma Hayek celebrates Mother's Day with unusual photograph from home
Salma Hayek had a special reason to celebrate this weekend, as she took to social media to reveal that she was celebrating Mother's Day.MORE: Salma Hayek is a water nymph in latest swimsuit snapIn a picture she posted on Instagram, the actress revealed that she was in her London home to mark the UK holiday with love from her daughter Valentina, 14.WATCH: Salma Hayek and daughter Valentina make surprising confession about London homeShe looked to be covered with a lavish bouquet of flowers in the snapshot, with her eyes and part of her face barely peeking out from behind them.Salma wrote in her caption: "Today is Mother's Day in the UK and I'm in London, lucky me! #happymothersday," and fans wasted no time in celebrating the same with her.MORE: Salma Hayek shakes water from her tight bathing suit in video - fans speechlessMany took to the comments section to wish her a happy Mother's Day as well, with one writing: "There's nothing about this pic I don't love."Another simply commented: "Beautiful eyes," with a third sweetly saying: "I thought, what is that most beautiful flower in the bouquet?!!! It's you!!!" Salma surrounded herself with flowers for her Mother's Day pictureThe House of Gucci star shares Valentina with husband François-Henri Pinault, who she married on Valentine's Day in 2009.Valentina recently also left fans stunned when she appeared on the red carpet at the Hollywood Walk of Fame, where her mother received a coveted star, as they matched in all-black ensembles.MORE: Salma Hayek rocks a leather skirt for Valentine's date with husband François-HenriMORE: Salma Hayek's daughter, 14, steals the show in chic outfit during rare joint appearanceAnd while the actress tends to keep her family out of the
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