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keyframedaily:

Chris Marker's workbook for the creation of La Jetée (1962).

keyframedaily:

Chris Marker's workbook for the creation of La Jetée (1962).

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magicaleaf:

Larry Carlson, 2014

magicaleaf:

Larry Carlson, 2014

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barthendrikx:

“Half of this type of filmmaking is the music. It’s 50/50. The music embellishes the experience with feeling— it’s the dialogue, but it’s in a feeling form.”  (VIDEO)
Ron Fricke is an American film director and cinematographer, known from being the cinematographer (DP) on the epic Koyaanisqatsi (1982) and Chronos (1985). And directing the wordless (non-narrative) documentary Baraka in 1992. On August 24th (US) Fricke returned with yet another non-narrative documentary called Samsara. Samsara was shot in about a 100 locations in 25 countries, took four years to make and is the first feature-length film in over a decade that was shot entirely on 70mm film. The title means ever-turning wheel of life (cyclic existence) in Sanskrit. Samsara will transport you to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders. To compensate the absence of speech, there’s a lot of brilliant ambient music on the soundtrack. Click here for a 6min. clip on the creative process of the film’s soundtrack. Much of all the footage is stupendously beautiful. The Film is pretty much all beauty, spiritual as well as visual. Click here for an overview of when the film will hit your theaters in your country.  I think you will like Samsara. Some reviews hail it as an aesthetic feast. I must agree. Watch-Like-Share! 

barthendrikx:

“Half of this type of filmmaking is the music. It’s 50/50. The music embellishes the experience with feeling— it’s the dialogue, but it’s in a feeling form.”  (VIDEO)

Ron Fricke is an American film director and cinematographer, known from being the cinematographer (DP) on the epic Koyaanisqatsi (1982) and Chronos (1985). And directing the wordless (non-narrative) documentary Baraka in 1992. On August 24th (US) Fricke returned with yet another non-narrative documentary called Samsara. Samsara was shot in about a 100 locations in 25 countries, took four years to make and is the first feature-length film in over a decade that was shot entirely on 70mm film. The title means ever-turning wheel of life (cyclic existence) in Sanskrit. Samsara will transport you to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders. To compensate the absence of speech, there’s a lot of brilliant ambient music on the soundtrack. Click here for a 6min. clip on the creative process of the film’s soundtrack. Much of all the footage is stupendously beautiful. The Film is pretty much all beauty, spiritual as well as visual. Click here for an overview of when the film will hit your theaters in your country.  I think you will like Samsara. Some reviews hail it as an aesthetic feast. I must agree. Watch-Like-Share! 

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“Once upon a time we loved each other.”Marlene Dietrich veiled by cigarette smoke in Shanghai Express (von Sternberg, 1932).

“Once upon a time we loved each other.”
Marlene Dietrich veiled by cigarette smoke in Shanghai Express (von Sternberg, 1932).

(Source: ghostofyesterday, via paradiseonapage)

fur74:

 


Archive Box #1 | Sacred Tapes

Hand made concrete block housing a set of the first six cassettes on Manchester-based noise label Sacred Tapes

i’m really into this

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doomandgloomfromthetomb:

Fotheringay - BBC Sessions 1970
More Sandy Denny treasures from Big O. Don’t think I’ve heard all of these! The short-lived Fotheringay was the band Denny formed with her husband Trevor Lucas after leaving Fairport Convention. They’re great, obviously. 

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

Fotheringay - BBC Sessions 1970

More Sandy Denny treasures from Big O. Don’t think I’ve heard all of these! The short-lived Fotheringay was the band Denny formed with her husband Trevor Lucas after leaving Fairport Convention. They’re great, obviously. 

artpropelled:

karl blossfeldt

artpropelled:

karl blossfeldt

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launderground:

ANTEMASQUE : 4AM (BEHIND THE SCENES) (New single available now)

sonjabarbaric:

Dune 45 in Namibia Desert

sonjabarbaric:

Dune 45 in Namibia Desert

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#dvdstacks #moviearchive #classics

#dvdstacks #moviearchive #classics

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A flower does not think of competing to the flower next to it. It just blooms.

— from Zen Shin Talks  (via throughkaleidscopeeyes)

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nichelavideoart:

Nam June Paik, TV Dog, 1994. Via n.b.k. Berlin

nichelavideoart:

Nam June Paik, TV Dog, 1994. Via n.b.k. Berlin

(Source: nbk.org)