nuodai:

The Blood of a Poet (dir. Jean Cocteau, 1930)
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The Blood of a Poet (dir. Jean Cocteau, 1930)
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The Blood of a Poet (dir. Jean Cocteau, 1930)

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The Blood of a Poet (dir. Jean Cocteau, 1930)

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Topps 4” Mars Attacks Vs. President Monsters Jr’ by Terry Wolfinger
2-Pack sets, including either Baracula or Zom-Bush and a Martian figure. Limited editions of 300 per set.. Exclusively available from Heroes In Action booth #3450 or Toy Tokyo #5337 at SDCC. xombiedirge:

Topps 4” Mars Attacks Vs. President Monsters Jr’ by Terry Wolfinger
2-Pack sets, including either Baracula or Zom-Bush and a Martian figure. Limited editions of 300 per set.. Exclusively available from Heroes In Action booth #3450 or Toy Tokyo #5337 at SDCC.

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Topps 4” Mars Attacks Vs. President Monsters Jr’ by Terry Wolfinger

2-Pack sets, including either Baracula or Zom-Bush and a Martian figure. Limited editions of 300 per set.. Exclusively available from Heroes In Action booth #3450 or Toy Tokyo #5337 at SDCC.


The cinematography of Roger Deakins

The cinematography of Roger Deakins

The cinematography of Roger Deakins

The cinematography of Roger Deakins

The cinematography of Roger Deakins

The cinematography of Roger Deakins

The cinematography of Roger Deakins

The cinematography of Roger Deakins

The cinematography of Roger Deakins

The cinematography of Roger Deakins

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Eric Idle | Behind the Scenes of “Monty Python’s Life of Brian”





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Eric Idle | Behind the Scenes of “Monty Python’s Life of Brian”





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Eric Idle | Behind the Scenes of “Monty Python’s Life of Brian”





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Eric Idle | Behind the Scenes of “Monty Python’s Life of Brian”





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Eric Idle | Behind the Scenes of “Monty Python’s Life of Brian”





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Eric Idle | Behind the Scenes of “Monty Python’s Life of Brian”





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Eric Idle | Behind the Scenes of “Monty Python’s Life of Brian”





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Eric Idle | Behind the Scenes of “Monty Python’s Life of Brian”





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Eric Idle | Behind the Scenes of “Monty Python’s Life of Brian”

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Eric Idle | Behind the Scenes of “Monty Python’s Life of Brian”

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House dressed as a house painting a house on a house

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House dressed as a house painting a house on a house

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It’s always sunny in Philadelphia
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It’s always sunny in Philadelphia
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It’s always sunny in Philadelphia
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It’s always sunny in Philadelphia
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It’s always sunny in Philadelphia
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It’s always sunny in Philadelphia
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It’s always sunny in Philadelphia
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It’s always sunny in Philadelphia
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It’s always sunny in Philadelphia

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It’s always sunny in Philadelphia

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I kind want this on a tee shirt.
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For Uber Film Nerds Everywhere
These images are from The Unseen Seen. The Discovery of the Film Reel Portrait by Reiner Riedler.
"A friend of mine, Volkmar Ernst, works in the big German movie archive…I was infected by his passion for the archive, the archive as a representation of culture and historical identity," Riedler explains. "My first movie in theaters was Bambi. When I found the film reel and had it in my hands, I immediately thought about my first cinema visit.”
When films are archived they’re saved to 35mm safety film (even new releases).  Digital and video formats are a constant moving target — from VHS to DVDs to Blu-ray to MP4s. When archivists save movies to safety film, they know that if they take it off the shelf in 100 years and hold it up to the light, that the image will still be there.
Take a tour of UCLA’s Film & Television Archive → ucresearch:

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These images are from The Unseen Seen. The Discovery of the Film Reel Portrait by Reiner Riedler.
"A friend of mine, Volkmar Ernst, works in the big German movie archive…I was infected by his passion for the archive, the archive as a representation of culture and historical identity," Riedler explains. "My first movie in theaters was Bambi. When I found the film reel and had it in my hands, I immediately thought about my first cinema visit.”
When films are archived they’re saved to 35mm safety film (even new releases).  Digital and video formats are a constant moving target — from VHS to DVDs to Blu-ray to MP4s. When archivists save movies to safety film, they know that if they take it off the shelf in 100 years and hold it up to the light, that the image will still be there.
Take a tour of UCLA’s Film & Television Archive → ucresearch:

For Uber Film Nerds Everywhere
These images are from The Unseen Seen. The Discovery of the Film Reel Portrait by Reiner Riedler.
"A friend of mine, Volkmar Ernst, works in the big German movie archive…I was infected by his passion for the archive, the archive as a representation of culture and historical identity," Riedler explains. "My first movie in theaters was Bambi. When I found the film reel and had it in my hands, I immediately thought about my first cinema visit.”
When films are archived they’re saved to 35mm safety film (even new releases).  Digital and video formats are a constant moving target — from VHS to DVDs to Blu-ray to MP4s. When archivists save movies to safety film, they know that if they take it off the shelf in 100 years and hold it up to the light, that the image will still be there.
Take a tour of UCLA’s Film & Television Archive → ucresearch:

For Uber Film Nerds Everywhere
These images are from The Unseen Seen. The Discovery of the Film Reel Portrait by Reiner Riedler.
"A friend of mine, Volkmar Ernst, works in the big German movie archive…I was infected by his passion for the archive, the archive as a representation of culture and historical identity," Riedler explains. "My first movie in theaters was Bambi. When I found the film reel and had it in my hands, I immediately thought about my first cinema visit.”
When films are archived they’re saved to 35mm safety film (even new releases).  Digital and video formats are a constant moving target — from VHS to DVDs to Blu-ray to MP4s. When archivists save movies to safety film, they know that if they take it off the shelf in 100 years and hold it up to the light, that the image will still be there.
Take a tour of UCLA’s Film & Television Archive →

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These images are from The Unseen Seen. The Discovery of the Film Reel Portrait by Reiner Riedler.

"A friend of mine, Volkmar Ernst, works in the big German movie archive…I was infected by his passion for the archive, the archive as a representation of culture and historical identity," Riedler explains. "My first movie in theaters was Bambi. When I found the film reel and had it in my hands, I immediately thought about my first cinema visit.”

When films are archived they’re saved to 35mm safety film (even new releases).  Digital and video formats are a constant moving target — from VHS to DVDs to Blu-ray to MP4s. When archivists save movies to safety film, they know that if they take it off the shelf in 100 years and hold it up to the light, that the image will still be there.

Take a tour of UCLA’s Film & Television Archive

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