1. (Source: books.google.com.ph)

  2. The Warhol: Silver Studio Sessions -- Courtney Marie Andrews →

    This one is a favorite. Courtney Marie Andrews is an incredible singer-songwriter and was a total surprise I had no idea who she was a few hours before shooting this.

  3. mizoguchi:

theofmoviestills:

Carl Theodor Dryers
submitted by schienenzeppelin.

#a work of art

    mizoguchi:

    theofmoviestills:

    Carl Theodor Dryers

    submitted by schienenzeppelin.

  4. Season 1 Michael Scott is the best,

  5. cinematographic:

    Lost in Translation Bed

    Director: Sofia Coppola

    Cinematography: Lance Acord

  6. bbook:

    Watch: Wes Anderson Hosts ‘Charlie Rose’ With Guest Robert Evans

  7. hajohinta:

    Evolution Door

  8. heteroglossia:

The ellipse AB at the base of the cone is totality of memory. Point S is the body, the self, in contact with the present (shown as the plane P). This is how time is experienced, through the mechanism of memory Bergson describes. Time is not linear, but amorphous and in flux. The past exists concurrently with the present and each point in the future splits into a present that passes and a past that is preserved, without this there could be no motion through time: time would not move if the present could not pass.

    heteroglossia:

    The ellipse AB at the base of the cone is totality of memory. Point S is the body, the self, in contact with the present (shown as the plane P). This is how time is experienced, through the mechanism of memory Bergson describes. Time is not linear, but amorphous and in flux. The past exists concurrently with the present and each point in the future splits into a present that passes and a past that is preserved, without this there could be no motion through time: time would not move if the present could not pass.

  9. 5 February 2014

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    bbook:

    ACTRESS (TEASER)

    A film by Robert Greene, starring Brandy Burre.

    Brandy had a recurring role on HBO’s The Wire when she gave up her career to start a family. When she decides to reclaim her life as an actor, the domestic world she’s carefully created crumbles around her.

    Using elements of melodrama and cinema verité, ACTRESS is both a present tense portrait of a dying relationship and an exploration of a complicated woman, performing the role of herself, in a complex-yet-familiar story.

    It’s a film about starring in the movie of your life. This is what happens when we break the rules. (more HERE)