1. "William Wyler and I were pallbearers, and when we were walking away, I said, ‘What a shame, no more Lubitsch.’ And then he said something better. He said, ‘And worse, no more Lubitsch pictures!’"
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    Billy Wilder, describing the death of filmmaker Ernst Lubitsch

    (from Conversations With Wilder)

    (Source: peterdicicco, via chadhartigan)

     
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  3. the-hulot-universe:

    On September 10th 1956 Tati started filming Mon Oncle.

    Jacques Tati (left) and André Dino (right) on the set of “Mon Oncle” (1958). Unknown photographer

     
  4. lapitiedangereuse:

    Notorious, Fench poster

     
  5. Trailer #1 for Takashi Miike’s As the Gods Will.

    (via Keyframe Daily)

     
     
  6. ICYMI, our annual Toronto International Film Festival coverage has begun in the form of a series of correspondences between Daniel Kasman & Fernando F. Croce.

    #1, #2, #3

     
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  8. indypendent-thinking:

    Jean Harlow in “The Beast of the City” (1932)

    (via letters-to-loretta)

     
  9. horreurstypographiques:

    À Saint-Marc-sur-Mer on aime Monsieur Hulot. On aime moins les règles typographiques.

    (via the-hulot-universe)

     
  10. On the Set of The Gold Rush (1925).

    (Source: cinemagreats, via chaplinfortheages)