Marilyn Monroe photographed in 1953 © Harold Lloyd.
New poster for The Wolf Of Wall Street
Stanley Kubrick with his sister Barbara.
my grandparents told me that they watched neil armstrong land on the moon on tv i can’t wait to tell my grandkids that i watched samuel l jackson say “fuck” uncensored on live tv
is it february yet
New report: 70 percent of America’s silent films are gone forever
Seventy percent of America’s silent films from 1912-29, an era that established Hollywood and American cinema as a lucrative and prominent art form, are gone forever. A new study commissioned by the National Film Preservation Board and unveiled by the Library of Congress revealed that of the nearly 11,000 silent feature films released during that period, only 30 percent are still in existence — and more than half of those are incomplete or remain only in foreign versions or in lower-quality formats, like 28 mm or 16 mm.
There ain’t never enough time, never enough.
enjoy this blog while it lasts because one of these days I will say something that goes against majority opinion and be forced out of this website never to return again
“I also thank Angelina for dressing in hijab while she visited not just Iraqi refugees but refugees in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Not only did she look good in it, she showed respect and appreciation for their culture and religion and made sure that the focus was not on her looks but rather her mission.”
Refn received the award given to Scandinavian cinema from the hands of Scorsese and said that “ironically, we’re five different countries who speak five different languages, but when it comes to cinema we have one voice.”
“I’m genuinely honored to be introducing this tribute to Scandinavian film because in essence, when you’re talking about Scandinavian cinema, you’re talking about the richest veins of cinema all the way back to its beginning,” Scorsese said. “Ingmar Bergman for me is one of the pioneers of cinema; he’s one of the filmmakers around of the world who showed us a way to a new kind of cinema, one that explores emotions and ideas and inspired a whole new generation of filmmakers in many ways,” said Scorsese, also mentioning Victor Sjostrom and Carl Theodor Dreyer as founding fathers of cinema.-variety
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