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IN PRAISE OF DAVID FINCHER’S WOMEN

A formalist with a forensic eye for detail (and no patience for wading through emotional sludge), David Fincher holds his characters at arm’s length – perhaps all the better to see them in their entirety. Most of these characters are men; Fincher is, after all, a man’s man with a particular predilection for stories about fraternity in crisis (The GameZodiacThe Social Network) and the crumbling framework of masculinity in a late-capitalist society (Fight Club, The Social Network and – we think – Gone Girl). However, that is not to say that Fincher’s women are shrinking violets.

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First Production Class of Grad School.

Character Study. First film shoot of Grad School. Getting into the swing of things and keeping it simple. Character Study. First film shoot of Grad School. Getting into the swing of things and keeping it simple. Character Study. First film shoot of Grad School. Getting into the swing of things and keeping it simple.

Character Study. First film shoot of Grad School. Getting into the swing of things and keeping it simple.

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Walt Disney's & Salvador Dali - Destino [x]

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INTERNATIONAL POSTER TOUR: LA DOLCE VITA (Federico Fellini, 1960)
The Criterion Collection will release La Dolce Vita on blu-ray on October 21st.
Visit Criterion’s site for more info. truthandmovies:

INTERNATIONAL POSTER TOUR: LA DOLCE VITA (Federico Fellini, 1960)
The Criterion Collection will release La Dolce Vita on blu-ray on October 21st.
Visit Criterion’s site for more info. truthandmovies:

INTERNATIONAL POSTER TOUR: LA DOLCE VITA (Federico Fellini, 1960)
The Criterion Collection will release La Dolce Vita on blu-ray on October 21st.
Visit Criterion’s site for more info. truthandmovies:

INTERNATIONAL POSTER TOUR: LA DOLCE VITA (Federico Fellini, 1960)
The Criterion Collection will release La Dolce Vita on blu-ray on October 21st.
Visit Criterion’s site for more info. truthandmovies:

INTERNATIONAL POSTER TOUR: LA DOLCE VITA (Federico Fellini, 1960)
The Criterion Collection will release La Dolce Vita on blu-ray on October 21st.
Visit Criterion’s site for more info.

truthandmovies:

INTERNATIONAL POSTER TOUR: LA DOLCE VITA (Federico Fellini, 1960)

The Criterion Collection will release La Dolce Vita on blu-ray on October 21st.

Visit Criterion’s site for more info.

truthandmovies:

LUC DARDENNE ON TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT:
"In the film, the characters literally recreate a democratic situation. It is true that in real life democracy isn’t able to totally carry out the dreams of equality and freedom, but I still think it’s the only way to get there."
Read the full Little White Lies interview with the Dardenne brothers. truthandmovies:

LUC DARDENNE ON TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT:
"In the film, the characters literally recreate a democratic situation. It is true that in real life democracy isn’t able to totally carry out the dreams of equality and freedom, but I still think it’s the only way to get there."
Read the full Little White Lies interview with the Dardenne brothers.

truthandmovies:

LUC DARDENNE ON TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT:

"In the film, the characters literally recreate a democratic situation. It is true that in real life democracy isn’t able to totally carry out the dreams of equality and freedom, but I still think it’s the only way to get there."

Read the full Little White Lies interview with the Dardenne brothers.

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I bought this book today and thought I’d share some of my favorites stanleykubricky:

I bought this book today and thought I’d share some of my favorites stanleykubricky:

I bought this book today and thought I’d share some of my favorites stanleykubricky:

I bought this book today and thought I’d share some of my favorites stanleykubricky:

I bought this book today and thought I’d share some of my favorites stanleykubricky:

I bought this book today and thought I’d share some of my favorites

stanleykubricky:

I bought this book today and thought I’d share some of my favorites

strayangelfilms:

What Should You Do In The Film Industry?

A little self-deprecation and humor before next week. I official start graduate school Monday.

RIP

The sudden and tragic passing of Robin Williams has had an affect on all of us, it would seem. Even tech giant Apple paid tribute to him on the homepage of Apple.com, an honor previously only bestowed upon Rosa Parks, Nelson Mandela, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and board member Jerry York. That’s the kind of company Williams was in — he was a significant talent whose comedy and passion touched multiple generations. Whether you grew up watching him on Mork & Mindy or you were born later and didn’t catch on until his Mrs. Doubtfire era of silver screen success. Or even if you knew him through his more serious work, the kind that ended with him accepting an Oscar. Somewhere along the line, we all have our great Robin Williams memories. He was an epic talent. And we’d like to remember him as such, through the best moments of his career.