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shihlun:

Chris Marker’s grave at the Montparnasse cemetary.

shihlun:

Chris Marker’s grave at the Montparnasse cemetary.

(via mubiblog)

I haven’t seen these before! All of these variations are sublime. (1, 2, 3, 4)

karinalongworth:

You Must Remember This: The Hard Hollywood Life of Kim Novak

A pilot for a new podcast … or, How I Spent My Spring Break.

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This is what happens when you try to recover deleted raw files.

This is what happens when you try to recover deleted raw files.

'Keep Moving (Live on KCRW)’ by Jessy Lanza

gotta keep on…

An Evening In Paris - Leja Leja Mera Dil (via StephenTheLoon)

Sharmila Tagore and Pran star in this brilliant music sequence from the 1967 Bollywood film ‘An Evening In Paris’, directed by Shakti Samanta. The song (inspired by the The Shadows’ 1960 hit ‘Man Of Mystery’) was composed by Shankar-Jaikishan with vocals by Sharda Rajan.

'Retiens mon désir' by Cléa Vincent

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The most beautiful transition in cinema since Un Chien Andalou's eye cut. From Nicholas Ray's They Live by Night (1948).

The most beautiful transition in cinema since Un Chien Andalou's eye cut. From Nicholas Ray's They Live by Night (1948).

Highlights From Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

As a huge fan of musicals and Carole King (who isn’t?), this new Broadway production based on King’s early songwriting days is pretty much everything I could ever want from life. Jessie Mueller plays the young and upwardly mobile singer, and her resemblance is vocally and visually uncanny—though one alternate wig change and she could easily double as a teenage Streisand (Mueller previously appeared in a revival of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, so that likeness hasn’t gone unnoticed).

Taking its lead from jukebox biopics like Jersey Boys, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical promises to root its chart-topping hits in a story that not only portrays the life of a singer, but the sound of an era: Motown and Doo-wop play a big part in Carole King’s history. (Did you know that King co-wrote “The Loco-Motion”, “Take Good Care of My Baby” and “One Fine Day”, amongst many other decade-defining classics? Well now you do!)

For those like me who are dying to see more of the show but can’t because of geography, Mueller has just begun her behind-the-scenes video blog over at Broadway.com, which is mostly just her goofing off.

invisiblegazette:

Faviola Elenka Tapia como Alma en Santa Sangre (1989) de Alejandro Jodorowsky.

One of my first cinematic childhood crushes! Which may explain a lot about me…

'Behind Your Shades' by Anoraak

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