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"Hunter Vaughan compels us to look afresh at Resnais and Godard for the sake of leading film theory in new directions. This book is a rewarding study that brings postwar philosophy into a shared legacy of cinema. Maurice Merleau Ponty, Film Theory, Jean Luc Godard, Film School, Martin Scorsese, Book Publishing, Philosophy, This Book, Cinema

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Where Film Meets Philosophy: Godard, Resnais, and Experiments in Cinematic Thinking (Film and Culture Series) By Hunter Vaughan - Hunter Vaughan interweaves phenomenology and semiotics to analyze cinema's ability to challenge conventional modes of thought. Merging Maurice Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology of perception with Gilles Deleuze's image-philosophy, Vaughan applies a rich theoretical framework to a comparative analysis of Jean-Luc Godard's films,

I’ve been chewing through a new book titled “Werner Herzog: A Guide for the Perplexed: Conversations with Paul Cronin.” Werner, is an award winning German film director, produ… Reading Lists, Book Lists, Good Books, Books To Read, Werner Herzog, Philosophy Books, Thing 1, Romance, Film Director

Werner Herzog on Creativity, Self-Reliance, and How to Make a Living Doing What You Love

“If your project has real substance, ultimately the money will follow you like a common cur in the street with its tail between its legs.”

shihlun: Andy Warhol watching experimental films at the Anthology Film Archives. great post, thanks . Billy Name, Anthology Film, Film Archive, Film School, Bear Art, Silver Age, Poster Making, Andy Warhol, Great Artists

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Andy Warhol watching experimental films at the Anthology Film Archives.

Page from Cahiers du Cinèma, no. May The caption under the photograph reads: “The Image and Its Secret.” In the late Jean-Luc Godard was invited to Mozambique to start a television. Kodak Film, Jean Luc Godard, Film School, Martin Scorsese, Reading, Caption, Albums, 1970s, Magazines

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Page from Cahiers du Cinèma, no. 300, May 1979. The caption under the photograph reads: “The Image and Its Secret.” In the late 1970s Jean-Luc Godard was invited to Mozambique to start a television...

Photograph:Celebrated Italian director Federico Fellini, right, and actor Richard Basehart prepare to shoot a scene from La Strada The clapboard shows the scene and take numbers. Broderick Crawford, Michelangelo Antonioni, Marcello Mastroianni, Donald Sutherland, Joan Crawford, Richard Basehart, Sunset Boulevard, Famous Directors, Female Directors

100 Famous Directors’ Rules of Filmmaking

Artistic expression is an assertion of individuality, and all artists compose their work differently. In the case of filmmaking, there are numerous approaches to translating a story to celluloid. Inspired by director Wim Wenders’ recent advertising short, "Wim Wenders' Rules for Cinema Perfection," we've collected the golden rules of filmmaking employed by 100 famous directors. These tips and tricks are a wonderful source of advice and inspiration — even for the most seasoned professionals…

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The Cocktail Chart of Film & Literature

A catalog of 49 drinks culled from great works of film and literature, depicting everything from Philip Marlowe's Gin Gimlet to Fredo Corleone's Banana Daiquiri.

Herb Jefferies aka "The Bronze Buckaroo". His movies in the paved the way for all of the African American western movies that you see in the modern era. My Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful People, Black Cowboys, The Lone Ranger, Black History Facts, African History, African American History, Black People, Old Hollywood

HuffPost - Breaking News, U.S. and World News

Read the latest headlines, news stories, and opinion from Politics, Entertainment, Life, Perspectives, and more.

Gloria Grahame, Bad Girl of Film Noir: The Complete Career. Her life was noir. Jean Harlow, Rita Hayworth, Classic Hollywood, Old Hollywood, Hollywood Divas, Hollywood Icons, Shadow Film, Gloria Grahame, Hollaback Girl

Gloria Grahame, Bad Girl of Film Noir: The Complete Career|Paperback

A marvelous actress, Gloria Grahame (1923-1981) was also an iconic figure of film noir. Her talents are showcased in several classic motion pictures of

Shot in color and using elaborate sets, including a giant cake designed by Claes Oldenburg, Normal Love is a riotous combination of Edenic coupling, Dionysian debauchery, and horror kitsch. Giant Cake, Glam Slam, Light Film, Still Picture, Cecil Beaton, Daguerreotype, Needful Things, Film Stills, Third Eye

Book Review: Fetishes and Needful Things: Birds of Paradise and the Fashion in Film Project - Bright Lights Film Journal

Birds of Paradise: Costume as Cinematic Spectacle, ed. Marketa Uhlirova. London: Koenig Books, 2013. 341 pp. I first became intrigued by London’s Fashion in Film at an unusual series of[...]