When describing his contribution to Aichi 2005, Kiyonori Kikutake displays an infectiously
youthful enthusiasm, and is clearly proud of his Global Loop; the elevated boardwalk that twists its way through the site.
On Useless TV's Gaelic Games magazine, he and co-host Adrian Logan are infectiously
passionate about the sports, but the talking heads format is a little stale.
Baffert is infectiously
upbeat about his own horses, however, both of whom did a routine gallop yesterday after excelling on Monday in their
For sheer feel-good confirmation of the indie spirit, Sundance offered nothing more infectiously
bracing than two documentaries about underclass urban subcultural vitality: Stacy Peralto's Dogtown and Z-Boys, about skateboarding's most innovative and influential teenage crew, and Doug Pray's Scratch, about the history and musical vitality of hands-on-vinyl hip-hop or "turntableism.
To a commissioned score by Diego Dall, Godani creates an infectiously
energetic group piece that impressively marshals the dancers into playful squads, and shows off their obvious delight in the challenges posed to them.
This is an infectiously
enthusiastic and widely researched cornucopia of a book, whose author is well-matched to her subject.
Pablo Tapay Bautista hijacks vintage airline-safety demo films in his infectiously
campy, safe-sex video Fly That Friendly Sky, 1992, which employs towering Asian drag stewardresses with names like Miss La Toy R Us to demonstrate safer ways with latex.
On the phone, however, he came off as an infectiously
likable guy who kept calling me "Brother.
It is infectiously
witty and frighteningly close to the bone.
The first half of this comedy is infectiously
funny and left me in stitches, but a second-half overdose of mawkishness brought me out in a rash.
Gospel music great, rhythm-and-blues icon, civil rights activist and all-around living legend Mavis Staples is celebrated with the infectiously
joyful enthusiasm of a passionately devoted fan in "Mavis
The show did lull in the middle when Ezra took on a number of acoustic songs without his threepiece band, but the the infectiously
catchy Budapest came at the perfect time before he brought the curtain down with an incredible cover of Cyndi Lauper's Girls Just Wanna' Have Fun and his new single Do You Hear The Rain?