4th August 2013

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Ridiculous.

Ridiculous.

Tagged: Only God ForgivesRyan Goslingnicholas winding refnultra violence

12th June 2013

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If there’s one thing I’ve come to understand and resent about filmmaking, it’s that making almost anything worth making seems to require conceiving, funding, building, and commanding a small army. The biggest difference between making a film and making a photograph is that the the former is proactive, and the latter is reactive. Filmmakers are always planning and collaborating and organizing, while photographers dance with the moment. It’s a critical difference.
— Vincent Moon

1st May 2013

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So what I finally decided was, art is simply inevitable. It was on the wall of a cave in France 30,000 years ago, and it’s because we are a species that’s driven by narrative. Art is storytelling, and we need to tell stories to pass along ideas and information, and to try and make sense out of all this chaos.

Tagged: steven soderbergh

1st May 2013

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Tagged: BadlandsTerrence Malick

12th March 2013

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Glory at Sea!

Glory at Sea!

Tagged: Benh ZeitlinGlory at Sea!NOLABeasts of the Southern Wild

27th February 2013

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Leading around the world.

Leading around the world.

27th February 2013

Photoset reblogged from ELEPHANT with 33 notes

Remind me to use this for an ending of a film

27th February 2013

Photo reblogged from All kinds of awesome. with 9 notes

zomgmouse:

Henri Decaë shooting the carousel scene in The 400 Blows (Les quatre cents coups) (François Truffaut, 1959).

I always wondered how this worked

zomgmouse:

Henri Decaë shooting the carousel scene in The 400 Blows (Les quatre cents coups) (François Truffaut, 1959).

I always wondered how this worked

7th February 2013

Photoset reblogged from While Cinema Visions Danced In My Head with 7 notes

whilecinemavisionsdancedinmyhead:

Elevator to the Gallows (1958)

[Ascenseur pour l’échafaud]

 

Incriminating Photos

Best ending to a crime movie ever. No happy ending. All due to photographs

7th February 2013

Photoset reblogged from He tried to make love to me and I shot him with 263 notes

Ascenseur pour l’échafaud (1958)

In these assorted shots… We see the impending doom via black cat. Which I wonder if that was a freak occurrence or if it they placed the cat on a rail like that. Then the car scene is shot from behind which is very New Wave. We see the back of their heads. The scene in the elevator- Die Hard ripped that off which awesome cause I love Die Hard. The lover’s face always appears very solemn and with no make up.. I like that. It gives us this feeling of being stretched too thin, waiting for her lover to arrive.