unhistorical:

Ufa (Universum Film AG) German film posters from the 1920s:

- The Golem: How He Came into the World (1920), Paul Wegener & Carl Boese

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920), Robert Wiene

Die Nibelungen (1924), Fritz Lang

Metropolis (1927), Fritz Lang

The Last Laugh (1924), F.W. Murnau

Faust (1926), F.W. Murnau

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The Secret World of arrietty

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fuckyeah1990s:

Titanic (film) trivia: After filming various takes of the scene when Rose runs back to Jack after jumping out of the lifeboat, Leonardo DiCaprio asked James Cameron if they could have one more take “for the actors.” Kate Winslet says: "That was rather daunting, because I had no idea what Leo was going to do." The actors ran toward each other and when Leo got a hold of her, he lifted Kate up in the air and let all of his emotions out. That is the take that made it into the film’s final cut.

#titanic  

abstiegundzerfall:

Stranger than paradise (dir. Jim Jarmusch, 1984)

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paintedwing:

Louise, no matter what happens, I’m glad I came with you.

phoenixsoul13:

Favorite Things ~ Favorite Movies: Sunset Boulevard (1950)

"You see, this is my life. It always will be. There’s nothing else. Just us… and the cameras… and those wonderful people out there in the dark."

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cinefamily:

raise-youup:

Movie Musicals: Little Shop Of Horrors[1986]

A nerdish florist finds his chance for success and romance with the help of a giant man-eating plant who demands to be fed.

Screening THIS FRIDAY in 35mm!

Some people think that horror films are some sort of second class filmmaking, and the only way to bypass that thinking is being proud of the fact that we do it. — Clive Barker

Horror is the future. And you cannot be afraid. You must push everything to the absolute limit or else life will be boring. People will be bored. Horror is like a serpent; always shedding its skin, always changing. And it will always come back. It can’t be hidden away like the guilty secrets we try to keep in our subconscious. — Dario Argento

Horror films don’t create fear. They release it. — Wes Craven

I think of horror films as art, as films of confrontations. Films that make you confront aspects of your own life that are difficult to face. Just because you’re making a horror film doesn’t mean you can’t make an artful film. — David Cronenberg

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geeksofdoom:

erictrautmann:

The seriously enviable talent of Laurent Durieux.

I want to live in these worlds!

I started writing in college. I had a great playwriting teacher who said ‘you should write’. It almost hadn’t occurred to me that that was something I could do. I was a theater fanatic when I was in high school and –– Wendy Wasserstein? Caryl Churchill? I could count on one hand the women I knew who wrote plays. Every great American playwright was a man. And so I just sort of were like, ‘they’re men, they’re probably smarter than me, I can’t do it’. And then someone was like ‘Why did you ever think that? You can totally do it.’ But I think if you don’t have examples, it’s very hard to imagine yourself doing it.

[ Greta Gerwig on the importance of women as screenwriters | x ]

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