Film

jonthnshton:

Always reblog Weekend

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I’ve always had this idea that in fight films, the dominating image is the clenched fist. I’m not a violent person—I wouldn’t even know how to fight—but the idea of a clenched fist is a very aggressive symbol, and a symbol of male violence. At the same time, it’s an extension of male sexuality—a phallic symbol. So the gesture is a combination of sex and violence. When you open your palm, there’s submission, and I felt like there was a movie going from a closed palm to an open palm. Of course, other elements had to be added in to underscore that concept, and it also became a mother-son movie.
- Nicolas Winding Refn

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klarizewatchesmovies:

favorite scenes: the interrogation of Monsieur LaPadite from Inglourious Basterds (2009)

At a certain point he brings out this pipe, and what pipe does he bring out, it’s the Sherlock Holmes pipe. One, you could say it’s a sexual thing: ‘my pipe is bigger than yours’ and the other thing you could say is ‘I know you’re lying and I got you.’ So maybe he doesn’t smoke a pipe at all, it’s simply just an interrogation technique to send the farmer to hell. It’s simply an act of theatre. - Quentin Tarantino [source]

Paris, Texas (1984), Wim Winders

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Hey everyone! Please help out these filmmakers and donate to their Kickstarter! My fiancee is a lead in it and I’m working as crew on it. Please help us out! 

Also, sorry for posting again. There’s only 17 days left. 

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I knew before I was writing it, music was going to be the number one character. It was going to be the lead character – the music going on. I feel like as a teenager, that’s the most expressive element of your life. - Richard Linklater

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diecry:

La vie d’Adèle (Blue Is the Warmest Color)

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Daniel Brühl photographed for the LA Times - September 2013

Daniel Brühl photographed for the LA Times - September 2013

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Kickstarter

tarkovskymalick:

Hey followers!

My fiancée, Sydney, is casted in a feature film that needs some help with funding.

Check out the Kickstarter and help out the filmmakers out!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/noochveganmarket/something-along-the-lines-of-dating

Yo! Reblogging myself. Check it out!

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Kickstarter

Hey followers!

My fiancée, Sydney, is casted in a feature film that needs some help with funding.

Check out the Kickstarter and help out the filmmakers out!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/noochveganmarket/something-along-the-lines-of-dating

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gosly:

Joel & Ethan Coen - Filmography (Part 1: 1984-2000)

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