This was the only time I filmed the glamorous Czech beauty Kelly Havel. And yes, we'll always have Rome. . . This is the Trailer for my film HIGH HEELS starring Kelly and is now showing on AndrewBlakeVOD.com and in the Members Area of AndrewBlake.com. You can buy the DVD of HIGH HEELS in the Store @ AndrewBlake.com
Here's another shot you might enjoy of sexy 19 year old model Amia Miley! Have fun with it!
This clip was filmed in the French countryside, outside Paris. I shot in two chateaus for my film EXHIBITIONISTS. This scene is running in the members area of AndrewBlake.com, and as a VOD in AndrewBlakeVOD.com.
Incidentally, these two houses were shot by fashion photographer Ellen Von Unworth for her book 'Revenge' several weeks earlier. We shared the same Location Manager as well as fetish subject matter.
This was Justine and Sierra's first trip to Europe, so they were really excited about the shooting. What you see here is Justine with Czech model Kyla Cole. By the time we finished filming it was time for lunch. Not letting a golden opportunity vanish, I asked Justine and Kyla to sit down and eat our elegant country meal just the way they were. Happily they agreed - to the amusement of my group of make-up artists, models and stylists. I really enjoy it when the 'fantasy scene' overlaps into 'reality. Of course this scenario can work in reverse as well. Hope you enjoy their 'golden globes' as much as I did!
This clip is from my film DELIRIOUS, which is running now on AndrewBlake.com starring Dahlia Grey and Anita Blond. I shot this movie in Nice, in the south of France in 1998 - It's always been one of my favorite films, with Dahlia and Anita in their sexual prime. But the shooting was far from ideal.
I arrived in Paris to work out the details with my French Production Manager, Gregory. Dahlia flew into Paris a few days later with my Wardrobe Stylist and Key Make-Up Artist from Los Angeles. Then we all flew out of Orly Airport to Nice, on the French Rivera.
Immediately we went to the Villa that was to be our location - half way between Nice and Monte Carlo. The owners were very enthusiastic about the shoot, mentioning that Helmut Newton (my hero) had shot there several months before.
Everthing was ready, then the Hungarians arrived: Anita Blond, Ursula Moore and Anita's "boyfriend" Frank Gunn. Isabella Camille arrived from Los Angeles via Prague (her agent was Regina Hall aka Lucie Malkrabova, from SECRET PARIS). The Hungarians seemed to me to be on edge and angry with each other - or maybe it was just their language which seemed angry by nature!
I had begun a friendship with Anita a year before when she worked for me in LA, but she seemed to have changed and I realized why - her "boyfriend" Frank was a little jerk who drove Anita crazy - like cumming inside her halfway through their sex scene! Anita dumped him shortly thereafter. Ursala Moore didn't add to the party with her condensending tone and manner. They were always at each other's throats. The truth was that they were very jealous of Anita who they knew I was grooming into an International star.
After a day shooting I would arrive back at the hotel with a big headache from listening to complaining in English, French, Czech and Hungarian! The French crew were also irritable and constantly babbling all day long. Even Dahlia was giving me a hard time - she didn't like people "staring at her" when she was nude (particulary me and my female camera assistant), which seemed very strange coming from a girl who was a stripper from the age of 19! Dahlia's erratic behaviour made me think she was off her meds! But that's a whole different story. . .
Isabella was the only one who remained reasonably quiet during the shoot. She was a sweet girl that eventually settled in LA and worked as a stripper and escort. I had dinner with her several times during the shoot - she had a very calm and pleasing nature. She seemed like the only one who didn't have some kind of crazy agenda. All the others slammed their hotel doors shut with gleeful disdain at the end of the day!
Back in Paris where all my "delicate flowers" departed for home, I had a chance to rest and contemplate what had just happened. It seems that sometimes the most difficult, emotional shoots yield the best results. I don't think you'll watch any of DELIRIOUS and feel the dysfunction of the cast and crew members. In retrospect maybe all of the craziness added to the film.
We just made a trip to NYC. The worst snowstorm ever! But it was fun and we saw a lot of new art on view at the museums and galleries. That is why you haven't heard from me in a week. This is a picture of Columbus Circle as the snow was mounting. Was eating a burger and fries in a rooftop restaurant when I snapped this shot. Unfortunatly there were no naked ladies in NYC to shoot (not that there weren't any), but that's just the way it is for me now. . .maybe soon.
In the meantime I'm uploading clips to my site AndrewBlake.com. I appreciate your support!!