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A letter to Martin Scorsese from his idol Michael Powell, describing his feelings towards the Goodfellas script.
Movie posters are not much in evidence around the theaters of Cannes. One striking exception though was this stunning poster for Uszula Antoniak’s Code Blue which had a couple of enormous banners in the market and in one of the pavilions along the beach. Unfortunately, the film itself was one of the least liked films in Cannes, earning a D grade in indieWire’s critics poll.
As a Trustee of a charity foundation focused towards issues of gender inequality, I thought it perhaps appropriate to post this rejection letter from Disney.
A really cute little video starring Paloma Faith – very ‘Alice in Wonderland-esque’!
This seems to be the final full release version poster for Terrence Mallick’s new movie, The Tree Of Life.
Another – even more beautiful – poster for Terrence Mallick’s eagerly anticipated movie ‘The Tree Of Life’, starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn.
While everything in cinema is ‘the biggest thing’ there’s one thing that’s bigger that everything, and it’s a new movie by Terence Mallick (Badlands, Days Of Heaven, Thin Red Line).
Robert McGinnis (Born 1926) is an American illustrator known for his immediately distinctive style of illustrations.
Have been a fan of movie posters since childhood, and having been reminded so by Simone’s post today, I thought I’d add this classic.
Lovely type on these film posters for ‘Winter Queen‘, starring Milla Jovovich and due for release in 2012.