Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot, Tati, 1953
Hungarian poster created by Balogh Istvan.
Police wanted poster for members of Japanese Red Army featuring director Masao Adachi.
-excerpt from “On Film and the Public Sphere” by Alexander Kluge-
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In her 1930s heyday at Warner Brothers, it was advertised that Glenda Farrell could rap out 400 words in 40 seconds on screen, as if she was some kind of ace secretary of the fast-talking wisecrack, but of course her movie characters were usually averse to actual work and made no bones about…
Drone Helicopter Cam (NYC, 10/2013) / Beau Travail (Denis, 1999) / Petites notes à propos du film ‘Je vous salue, Marie’ (Godard, 1983)
"I am interested in the story and the characters. The camera is an instrument, it’s the microscope which allows you to detect the ‘melody of the look’. It’s a wonderful instrument because its microscopic power is for me the equivalent of introspection in a writer, and the unrolling of the film in the camera corresponds, in my opinion, to the train of thought of the writer. But if the character on whom I am working has nothing to photograph, then the camera becomes useless; all you are doing then is playing with the most expensive electric train set in the world."
August 7, 1911 — June 16, 1979