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Roman Polanski & Jack Nicholson on the set of Chinatown (1974)

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Roman Polanski & Jack Nicholson on the set of Chinatown (1974)

foxandhisfriends:

Pedro Almodóvar meets David Lynch, Madrid, October 2013

foxandhisfriends:

Pedro Almodóvar meets David Lynch, Madrid, October 2013

via black-moonlight · originally by foxandhisfriends
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Suspiria (1977, dir. Dario Argento).

via paulthomasandersonn · originally by sixv
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via gasparnoe · originally by dalecooperlovescoffee
via directors-gone-wild · originally by TIME
lottereinigerforever:

Robert Altman

lottereinigerforever:

Robert Altman

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”I don’t know how other people do it, and I don’t like scripts as a form. I don’t read other people’s scripts because I had a lawsuit against me some few years ago, and I hadn’t read the guy’s script, so scripts are always returned unread. So I don’t read scripts; I only read if a friend of mine asks because they’re going to make a film out of it, they’re not offering it to me. But I hate the form; I just don’t like it. Unless I know the director and their style, and the places they’re gonna shoot, I have a really big problem visualizing scripts. So for me, a script is only a map; it’s a roadmap that is created beforehand that has to grow as we work.” 
Jim Jarmusch

”I don’t know how other people do it, and I don’t like scripts as a form. I don’t read other people’s scripts because I had a lawsuit against me some few years ago, and I hadn’t read the guy’s script, so scripts are always returned unread. So I don’t read scripts; I only read if a friend of mine asks because they’re going to make a film out of it, they’re not offering it to me. But I hate the form; I just don’t like it. Unless I know the director and their style, and the places they’re gonna shoot, I have a really big problem visualizing scripts. So for me, a script is only a map; it’s a roadmap that is created beforehand that has to grow as we work.”

Jim Jarmusch

illusioncinematographique:

La Petite Baigneuse - Intérieur d’Harem (Jean Auguste Ingres, 1828)
Passion (Jean-Luc Godard, 1982)

illusioncinematographique:

La Petite Baigneuse - Intérieur d’Harem (Jean Auguste Ingres, 1828)

Passion (Jean-Luc Godard, 1982)

lottereinigerforever:

Robert Altman’s films posters

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via onlygodardforgives · originally by the-barfbag