1. prettybooks:

One Day by David Nicholls official movie poster.

    prettybooks:

    One Day by David Nicholls official movie poster.

  2. mudwerks:

(via Some Came Running: Stanley Kubrick’s letter to projectionists on “Barry Lyndon” (with update))

A film in which light itself is a character

    mudwerks:

    (via Some Came Running: Stanley Kubrick’s letter to projectionists on “Barry Lyndon” (with update))

    A film in which light itself is a character

  3. radleys:

    4/30 directorsStanley Kubrick

     “A film is - or should be - more like music than like fiction. It should be a progression of moods and feelings. The theme, what’s behind the emotion, the meaning, all that comes later.”

  4. pitchfork:

ryanpitchfork:

Roger Ebert, you will be sorely missed.

Read Steven Hyden’s Afterword on Roger Ebert, whose curious and inclusive style influenced culture writers and fans of all stripes.

I will miss him

    pitchfork:

    ryanpitchfork:

    Roger Ebert, you will be sorely missed.

    Read Steven Hyden’s Afterword on Roger Ebert, whose curious and inclusive style influenced culture writers and fans of all stripes.

    I will miss him

    (Source: vastandgrand)

  5. 1 April 2013

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    annamunthe:

Joshua Jackson, 9 years old boy little hero fighting leukemia was Liverpool’s mascot today and led the team on the pitch along with Stevie G.
Josh, YNWA!

    annamunthe:

    Joshua Jackson, 9 years old boy little hero fighting leukemia was Liverpool’s mascot today and led the team on the pitch along with Stevie G.

    Josh, YNWA!

  6. maliciousglamour:

Photographer: Richard AvedonModels: Dovima & Betsy PickeringDresses by Lanvin-Castillo, Fall 1958

    maliciousglamour:

    Photographer: Richard Avedon
    Models: Dovima & Betsy Pickering
    Dresses by Lanvin-Castillo, Fall 1958

  7. 1 April 2013

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    day19:

So here’s a portrait we did of director David Lynch.  This was shot for the icon issue of the now defunct project of Shepard Fairey and Roger Gastman called Swindle Magazine.  We were told we had no more than 30 minutes with Mr. Lynch, not because he was a diva or anything but that he can’t handle doing one thing longer than 30 minutes apparently.  We decided to shoot him with 4x5 film, Kodak Portra 160 to be exact with one soft box (like every 4x5 shot we ever shoot).  We shot 4 frames that felt great so we asked if he would like to smoke.  He said “I would love to, it’s one of my favorite things to do”. He lit up, we shot this one last frame and called it a day because we knew we had it.  5 frames, have never even looked at the other 4.  As we were packing up our gear he said “It was a real pleasure watching you guys work” and he walked off.  Thank you Mr. Lynch for your time.
©Jeremy&Claire Weiss/Day19.

    day19:

    So here’s a portrait we did of director David Lynch.  This was shot for the icon issue of the now defunct project of Shepard Fairey and Roger Gastman called Swindle Magazine.  We were told we had no more than 30 minutes with Mr. Lynch, not because he was a diva or anything but that he can’t handle doing one thing longer than 30 minutes apparently.  We decided to shoot him with 4x5 film, Kodak Portra 160 to be exact with one soft box (like every 4x5 shot we ever shoot).  We shot 4 frames that felt great so we asked if he would like to smoke.  He said “I would love to, it’s one of my favorite things to do”. He lit up, we shot this one last frame and called it a day because we knew we had it.  5 frames, have never even looked at the other 4.  As we were packing up our gear he said “It was a real pleasure watching you guys work” and he walked off.  Thank you Mr. Lynch for your time.

    ©Jeremy&Claire Weiss/Day19.

  8. calivintage:

ymc fall 2011 via honey kennedy.

    calivintage:

    ymc fall 2011 via honey kennedy.

  9. sleepinglauren:

Photographer Lalage Snow takes pictures of soldiers’ faces before, during and after the war in Afghanistan.

    sleepinglauren:

    Photographer Lalage Snow takes pictures of soldiers’ faces before, during and after the war in Afghanistan.

  10. likeafieldmouse:

    Lee Friedlander - Mannequin (2009-11)

    “Friedlander roamed the sidewalks of New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco, focusing on storefront windows and reflections, which speak to marketplace notions of sex, fashion and consumerism. Thoroughly straightforward, their unsettling and radical new compositions suggest photographs that have been torn up and pasted back together again in near-random ways.”