— Birdman

Marc, Katherine and I went to watch the new Alejandro González Iñárritu film starring Michael Keaton called ‘Birdman‘. I don’t think I could explain it well enough to do the film justice or make any clearer sense of it than the whole film made to me. But just take my word – go and see it!

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— Free The Nipple

With a nod to one of today’s earlier posts, here’s the poster for the new documentary movie ‘Free The Nipple’.


The film of course deals with issues of sexual equality and the ways that women can bring everyday disparities and inequalities to the attention of the public.

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— Tati

For us in the UK, the pleasures are Jacques Tati’s Monsieur Hulot are largely unknown, but such a treat when discovered.


So it was a pleasure indeed to discover that Movie Poster Of The Week has run an article about the films recently, and also that the always wonderful Criterion Collection has released a box-set retrospective of all of the films.


You can read the full text after the jump:

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— Love Is Strange

A simple but strangely beguiling poster for the new John Lithgow movie Love Is Strange.


I know nothing about the film, but there’s something about this poster that makes me want to know more.

— White God

I’m really not sure – yet – what this new documentary is all about, but I’m intrigued.


Here’s the US poster for White God which is directed by Kornél Mundruczó (Hungary, 2014)


Via: Movie Poster Of The Day

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— Tony Stella

Tony Stella is an Italian illustrator who works in Milan and Berlin. Stella’s gorgeous designs, many of which were created as one-off posters for a Berlin cinema club in the 90s, reimagine the art-house cinema of the 50s and 60s with a rare lightness of touch.


His poster for The 400 Blows is the only one I’ve seen that captures Antoine Doinel’s joie de vivre

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— The Films Of Radley Metzger

From a Movie Posters Of The Week post by Adrian Curry:


I first came to know of Radley Metzger through his posters, which bears out what the 85-year-old erstwhile king of high-class erotica told me recently, that “my respect for poster design came from my realization that more people would see my posters—for a longer period—than would see my films.” This was rectified somewhat  when the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York embarked during August on a week-long, 8-film retrospective of Metzger’s legendary, ground-breaking “Art Cinema Erotica.” 

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