There is no other reason for posting this film poster than the fact that Alice has a minor obsession with these films.
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South Korean poster for Two Days One Night (as directed by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardennes, Belgium, 2014)
The poster designer is Choi jee-woong
Via: Movie Poster Of The Day
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Pleasing Polish movie poster for Amnestia (directed by Stanislaw Jedryka, Poland, 1982).
The poster artist is Andrzej Pagowski (b. 1953)
The official poster of the 68th Festival de Cannes which honors Ingrid Bergman.
© FDC / Lagency / Taste (Paris) / Ingrid Bergman © David Seymour / Estate of David Seymour – Magnum Photos.
Arresting illustrated poster for Albert Maysles’s new movie Iris,
Via: IMP Awards
Rather pretty illustrated poster for Adrien Brody and Ken Ford’s documentary Stone Barn Castle.
Jean-Marie Troillard’s hand-coloured poster for Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s rather magnificent 1979 movie The Marriage of Maria Braun.
Via: Design Is Fine
A dark melodrama – that is perhaps everything that Fifty Shades Of Grey isn’t (by which we mean erotic) – stars Chiara D’Annaas an amateur lepidopterist whose wayward desires test the limits of her lover’s tolerance.
A rather charmingly illustrated 1971 Polish poster for Who Believes In Storks as directed by Helena Amiradzib.
Strong, graphic poster by Minneapolis college student Kyle Kim for his local theatre.