nprfreshair:

wesandersonpalettes:

The Grand Budapest Hotel.


Wes Anderson —> color palettes (great idea)

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Ti auguro di doppiare porno.

iotimaledico:

[Plafone]

O Nymphomaniac versione estesa, director’s cut.


morochentertainment:

Sad news today about writer, actor, director Harold Ramis.  

A true master of the art of comedy. One of my favorite directors ever, one of the most brilliant comedy writer that ever lived. You will be missed.  



warhorseworkshop:

tom waits pretending to play trumpet in One From The Heart.


wnyc:

Is black-and-white back?

This year has seen so many black-and-white films, it’s like the old technique has become a new trend. “The reality of making a black-and-white film,” says Greta Gerwig, the star and co-writer of Frances Ha, “is that someone might buy it to distribute it after it was made, but no one would go tell you to make a black-and-white movie with their money.”

Studio 360 explores the resurgence with the filmmakers of Frances Ha, Much Ado About Nothing, and Nebraska:

http://wny.cc/IGPfxC

(Source: movieshift, via npr)


repubblicait:

Perché all’America piace “La grande bellezza” http://larep.it/JutbaU


“What in heaven’s name brought you to Casablanca?” “…My health, I came to Casablanca for the waters.” “The waters? What waters? We’re in the desert.” “…I was misinformed.” Rick knows about cultural misunderstandings…

strangewood:

Piero Faggioni, Gillo Pontecorvo, Carlo Lizzani, Roberto Rossellini, Francesco Maselli, Ermanno Olmi, Jean Aurel, Luigi Di Gianni, and François Truffaut. Venice, 1959.

Carlo Lizzani 1922 - 2013. In memoria. Grazie di tutto.


Rainer Werner Fassbinder

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