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Ronald Colman in The Prisoner of Zenda: Never a dull moment, whether fighting Douglas Fairbanks Jr. or romancing Madeleine Carroll Celebrating Douglas Fairbanks Jr.’s 100th birthday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will screen The Prisoner of Zenda (1937) on Wednesday, December 9, at 8 p.m. at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. Oscar-winning visual-effects supervisor Craig Barron and Oscar-winning sound designer Ben Burtt will examine the photographic and sound effects used in this Ruritanian classic directed by John Cromwell, and also starring Ronald Colman, Madeleine Carroll, and Mary Astor. As a plus, the evening will feature rare behind-the-scenes color footage...
Alternative Film Guide: posted over 3 years ago
FFFFOUND! / EVERYONE: posted over 3 years ago
by Mj L., 18 year old girl from his place of Ha Ha
by Constance V., 22 year old Photographic Stylist / Blogger from U.K
by Nick B., 22 year old art/fashion/editorail photographer from manchester
“one for jack” jack rose was one of those guys with whom one feels an immediate bond he wasn’t a physical giant or anything but he had an immense presence something, perhaps, more spectral than tangible which filled a room easily enveloping you in a kind of bear hug that could seem either threatening or comforting depending on the look in jack’s eyes and on [...]
Arthur Magazine: posted over 3 years ago
One of several images from Melanie Velarde’s residency, which led to the pefomance featured here on Friday (disquiet.com): More images at binauralmedia.org.
Disquiet: posted over 3 years ago
INTERNATIONAL FILM, HOLLYWOOD FILM, INDEPENDENT FILM, EXPERIMENTAL FILM and FILM CRITICISM AND THEORY...
The Most Beautiful (1944). For Donald Richie DB here: Cinephile communities aren’t free of peer pressure. Sometimes you must choose or be thought a waffler. In postwar France, the debate within the Cahiers du cinéma camp often came down to big dualities. Ford or Wyler? German Lang or American Lang?...
Film Art: posted over 3 years ago
Liam Clancy, the last surviving member of the seminal Irish folk band the Clancy Brothers, died on Friday at a Cork hospital at age 74. The balladeer, who Bob Dylan described as “the best ballad singer I’d ever heard in my life,” suffered from incurable pulmonary fibrosis (which also afflicted his...
The Allmusic Blog: posted over 3 years ago