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  2. amospoe:

    Luchino Visconti & His Crew

    “The cinema is an invention without a future.” 
    ― Louis Lumière

     
  3. Manoeuvring, a video essay on Martin Scorsese’s After Hours by Cristina Álvarez López & Adrian Martin. 

    Read the accompanying text on Notebook.

     
     
  4. Trailer for David Fincher’s Gone Girl (2014)

     
     
  5. The official poster of the 67th Cannes Film Festival

     
  6. Andrei Tarkovsky and Sergei Parajanov

    (Source: goodbyedragoninn)

     
  7. lottereinigerforever:

    Jean Marais in “Orphée”

     
  8. I like that film very much. I am proud of it. In the first place, I am proud that it didn’t win a Golden Lion or a Silver Peacock.

    That’s one thing. The other is that I had to make the film under the most difficult conditions. I had no technical prerequisites, no Kodak material, no processing of the film stock in Moscow. I had absolutely nothing. I had neither enough lighting, nor a wind-machine, nor any possibility for special-effects. Nevertheless, the quality of the film is indisputable.

    The results were the appearance of a primitive realistic milieu, like in a typical village or the average steppe. Little turkeys made to look like little turkeys…a fairy tale molded from a real situation…different ways to give the impression of “hyper-realism.” If I needed a tiger, then I would make a tiger out of a toy - and it would have more effect than a real tiger would have. A rag-tiger to frighten the hero would be more interesting.

    – Sergei Parajanov on Sayat Nova (The Color of Pomegranates) (1968)

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    Now Playing in the UK.

    (Source: communicants)

     
  9. Trailer for David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars (2014)

     
     
  10. Poster for Sergei Parajanov’s The Color of Pomegranates. Now Playing in the UK.