cinemagram

“The big Lebowski” is 20 this yera and for the occasion we have decided to celebrate in the company of #LilloeGreg e #SusannaNicchiarelli, Sunday the 3rd of June at 7:30PM with aperitif and screening of the film! Cityfest is waiting for you with #MuseoMAXXI and #Cinecult! "Il grande Lebowski" compie vent'anni e per l'occasione abbiamo deciso di festeggiare in compagnia di @lilloegregreal e #SusannaNicchiarelli, domenica 3 giugno alle 19:30 con aperitivo e proiezione del film! #Cityfest ti aspetta con @museomaxxi e Cinecult! . . . #Cityfest #FestaDelCinema #InstaCinema #Film #InstaFilm #InstaMovies #Cinemagram #InstaCinema #InstaMovies #Film #FilmOfTheDay #PicOfTheDay #LikeForLike #IgersRoma #IgersLazio #IgersItalia #ItalianDirector #ItalianCinema #MAXXI

(267) Lynn-Holly Johnson says she was repeatedly pressured to do a nude scene in Ice Castles (1978), which she refused to do. Whenever someone tells her what a great family film this movie was, she says this incident makes her laugh and say "if you only knew!" #movietrivia #films #filmtrivia #filmfacts #cinema #filmhistory #historyofcinema #cinephile #filmophile #filmophilia #didyouknowmovies #didyouknow #cinemagram #instamovies #filmbuff #movies #1978 #icecastles #lynnhollyjohnson #romanticfilm #dramafilm #donaldwrye #robbybenson #colleendewhurst #jenniferwarren #columbiapictures #iceskating #skatingfigures #tomskerritt

Janet Leigh en 'Psicosis' (1960).

മമ്മൂട്ടി ആരാധകരെ ആവേശത്തിലാക്കാൻ അബ്രഹാമിന്റെ സന്തതികളുടെ അടുത്ത കിടിലൻ പോസ്റ്റർ ! പോസ്റ്റർ കണ്ടാൽ തന്നെ അറിയാം മമ്മൂട്ടി പൊളിച്ചടക്കുമെന്ന് ! . . . . . #poster #newrelease #cinemamonkey #cinema🎬 #cinemagram #cinemania #posterdesign #cinema #instacinema #instafilms @mammootty @collins.leophil @george_mammootty @mammoottyfansclub @mammootty_fansclub

Deprisa deprisa (1981).

Gotta love Star Wars

JAUJA (Lisandro Alonso, 2014) The film's introductory intertitle tells us that Jauja is a mythical land of plenty that no one has ever been able to find and that many who have tried got lost on the way. True to this description, Viggo Mortensen sets out on a solitary quest, not to find Jauja but his missing teenaged daughter Ingeborg, and then inevitably vanishes along the way. The time period is late 19th century, the place is a remote military camp in a mountainous region somewhere in South America, Mortensen is an army captain who speaks Danish and a bit of Spanish, the film's aspect ratio is 4:3 (essentially slides with rounded edges!)... so far so comprehensible. In every other respect, this is a hallucinatory tour de force that subverts expectations and more or less defies understanding. The breathtaking landscape presides over everything else, and as the minimal narrative was unfolding I began to wonder if we weren't in Jauja all along. The film's visual storytelling consist mainly of long shots with Mortensen traversing beautiful vistas on horseback. Gruesomely violent things are happening in the off-screen space, the landscape becomes increasingly alien and wandering Mortensen is an often invisible/absent figure in the frame. Still everything makes sense up until the moment he stops for the night and rests on a rock formation under a starry sky. Suddenly and as if from outer space, a non-diegetic melancholy guitar melody kicks in to accompany that image and things take an unexpectedly surreal turn. For reference's sake, and I'm probably not doing the film any justice by comparatively pointing out other films it reminds me of, but things like The Searchers (Ford), L'avventura (Antonioni), Black Moon (Malle), Stalker (Tarkovsky), Dead Man (Jarmusch) and Meek's Cutoff (Reichardt) come to mind. And if you need titles to fall back onto, the aformentioned ones aren't too shabby choices to have in the back of your mind. .

Muerte en Venecia (1971).

#Repost @daniten ・・・ Director at work. Shot at the last @sandbox.nyc meeting.