fuckyeahmovieposters:

The Hateful Eight

fuckyeahmovieposters:

The Hateful Eight

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#cloud wall

#cloud wall

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itsmemacleod:


stress free zone♥

itsmemacleod:

(Source: Flickr / wouter14, via capoupascapmx)

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thefilmstage:

filmbytheframe:

Killing Them Softly, 2012

Director - Andrew Dominik
Cinematography - Greig Fraser

Listen to our discussion of the film.

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thefilmstage:

I couldn’t wait to get the script for the next week’s episode to see what I was going to do, because I knew that it would be challenging, it would be different, and that it would be something that I hadn’t experienced before — at least at that degree. That was always the case on Twin Peaks. I did things on that show that had never been done on television before or since.

We sit down with Ray Wise to discuss the legacy of Twin Peaks, the similarity between David Lynch and Tim & Eric, and much more.

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whattheendoftheworldlookedlike:

France, 1917.

whattheendoftheworldlookedlike:

France, 1917.

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platmonde:

WWI Archive photos (1/2)

Photos taken from the English, French and German archives

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historicalfirearms:

Rare World War One Colour Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand

Hans Hildenbrand wasone of 19 official German photographers documenting the war, but the only one to shoot in colour.  The subject matter includes numerous trench shots showing soldiers standing to, relaxing and manning a Maxim Gun.  While others show supply depots backdropped by the ruins of towns and villages.  Hildenbrand’s images were taken mostly in the Alsace and Champagne sectors during 1915 and 1916. 

Hildenbrand’s film was less sensitive than other contemporary films and required longer exposures as such his subjects would have had to remain still while he took their photograph, meaning that many of the photographs would have been somewhat staged.  But this does not detract significantly from their insight into life in the German trenches.  Arguably the vividness of the photographs’ colours bring the period to life much faster than the black and white contemporary photographs were are used to seeing of the First World War

Gervais-Courtellemont’s photograph of a French gun crew c.1914

While Hildenbrand was the only German photographer to use a colour process during the war he has a counterpart in French photographer Jules Gervais-Courtellemont. Gervais-Courtellemont used the Lumiere’s Autochrome technique and took photographs during the battles of the Marne and Verdun.  Both Gervais-Courtellemont and Hildenbrand later worked for National Geographic after the war, 

Images Source

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greatartinuglyrooms:

Happy Birthday Marcel Duchamp! I made some stickers…

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thefilmstage:

Listen to David Fincher and Chuck Palahniuk reflect on Fight Club in the full 50-minute Comic-Con panel.

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