1. monkeytaly:

    Kagemusha” dir Akira Kurosawa (1980)

    (via communicants)


  2. ozu-teapot:

    Teorema - Pier Paolo Pasolini - 1968

    Laura Betti

    (via forlovers)


  3. (Source: 100newfears, via octo-puss)


  4. (Source: communicants, via jesuisperdu)


  5. (Source: quasimorto)


  6. rabbit-warren:

    Stroszek (Werner Herzog, 1977)

    (via thenightlymirror)




  9. (Source: sans-soleil, via shutup-beavis)



  11. moviesincolor:

    Philip Seymour Hoffman Week
    Punch-Drunk Love, 2002
    Cinematography: Robert Elswit

    (via deadniggastorage)


  12. movieposteroftheday:

    Hungarian poster for THE RED AND THE WHITE (Miklos Jancso, Hungary, 1967)

    Designer: TBD

    Poster source: eBay

    R.I.P. Mklós Jancsó (1921-2014). One of the titans.

    (via thenightlymirror)


  13. Miklós Jancsó 

    (1921 - 1914)

    (Source: simpleandpositive, via sissy-boy-slap-party)


  14. I don’t think it’s I who have changed; I think the world has. I’m not a pessimist. I think an artist, a film-maker, an ordinary person too, has constantly to say “No” to all the injustices around him. What really matters with a film is how widely it’s distributed—— its influence depends on that. The position an artist takes on matters of right and wrong, his own personal integrity, doesn’t always matter as far as his public image is concerned—though of course I have much more affection for those of my colleagues who stand up against manipulation rather than serving it. All power organizations, the state or the authorities, even the owner of a communications network, however, prefer those who are obedient to those who are not.

    -Miklós Jancsó

    (Source: communicants, via communicants)