Bette Davis on The Sexes | Blank on Blank | PBS Digital Studios

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ghibli-collector:

Guardians Of The Galaxy Director James Gunn cites Miyazaki as an inspiration.

godblessjohnford:

Out of the Past (Jacques Tourneur, 1947)

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viviensleigh:

Jack Clayton and Deborah Kerr on the set of The Innocents, 1961

viviensleigh:

Jack Clayton and Deborah Kerr on the set of The Innocents, 1961

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cinemove:

Taxi Driver (1976) dir. Martin Scorsese

She appeared like an angel out of this filthy mass.

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The Conversation (1974) Dir. Francis Ford Coppola

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the-hulot-universe:

The English-language version of Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot begins with a warning: “Don’t look for a plot, for a holiday is meant purely for fun.”
The film does not feature a plot in the traditional sense of a novel or short story, but presents recu
rring themes, episodes, and characters that bear more of a resemblance to poetic structure. The film is also noted for Tati’s use of wide-angle cinematic framing, in which a motionless camera captures the action without following the actors or cutting to close ups that emphasize the jokes and actors’ reactions.

Pictures: on set photography from Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot (1953) Jacques Tati and Nathalie Pascaud (stage name)

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the-dark-city:

Colin Clive - “Frankenstein” (1931)

the-dark-city:

Colin Clive - “Frankenstein” (1931)

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20th-century-man:

Natalie Wood

20th-century-man:

Natalie Wood

rorschachabrax:

"Never, oh! never, nothing will dieThe stream flowsThe wind blowsThe cloud fleetsThe heart beatsNothing will die”

rorschachabrax:

"Never, oh! never, nothing will die
The stream flows
The wind blows
The cloud fleets
The heart beats
Nothing will die”

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wehadfacesthen:

Alfred Hitchcock and his family go for a walk in Bel-Air, Los Angeles, 1940

wehadfacesthen:

Alfred Hitchcock and his family go for a walk in Bel-Air, Los Angeles, 1940