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marilynpoy:

The beautiful ladies of Mad Max: Fury Road in 720p.

Movie blog  xx

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Official weekend box office results: July 25-27, 2014

Winner: Lucy (Universal Pictures) X

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10 Frames Friday: Scarlett Johansson in Lucy (Universal Pictures) X

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from Paramount Pictures, Dwayne Johnson talks about Hercules’ crew. X

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Talking with the cast of Happy Christmas (Magnolia Pictures) X

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Virginity woes with Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen in Very Good Girls (Tribeca Film, Well Go USA) X

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Let’s start with the look of Songs from the Second Floor—it’s unusually visual, very rich and detailed.

I felt that film-making generally didn’t reach the level you could find in painting or literature or music. It was for one-time use only, and more and more, the movies were losing their visual power—they were concentrating on the plot only. Especially compared to the 1950s, when I was a student. It was that period when the so-called serious art movie came out, all over the world: we had the East European waves, Kurosawa, Bergman, English realism. That’s why I started wanting to be a film director myself. It wasn’t only the plot that was interesting; it was the touch, the feeling, something visually rich.

The way you use long, single-shot scenes without cuts—and don’t move the camera within them—is particularly unusual these days.

Normally when you see a film with many cuts, it’s to avoid problems, because of lack of money, patience, talent. If you don’t move the camera and don’t cut, you have to enrich the picture in deep focus—that’s what you have. I think a good theoretical writer on film is Andre Bazin—he preferred deep focus. I do too. When you look at the history of paintings, they’re in deep focus all the time, and that makes you very curious, and you become an active spectator.

Roy Andersson on the style of Songs from the Second Floor

If you haven’t seen this film, put it on your list. Immediately. 

(Source: strangewood, via mabellonghetti)

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from writer-director Hiroyuki Okiura ももへの手紙 | A Letter to Momo (GKIDS) X

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WCW: Rachel McAdams and Robin Wright in A Most Wanted Man (Roadside Attractions) X

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I’m gonna tell you something that I’ve gotten some perspective on recently. You can’t keep putting aside what you want for some imaginary future. You just gotta suck it up and go with your gut.

- a first look at Keira Knightley in Laggies (A24) X

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A first look at Rose Leslie in Honeymoon (Magnet Releasing) - the directorial debut of Leigh Janiak. X

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truebloodmashups:

Black Girl in Paris (2013)

I feel like no one on tumblr has seen this charming little short, and more people really need to.

Just saw this!

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Official weekend box office results: July 18-20, 2014

Winner: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (20th Century Fox) X

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