otfilms:

Movie Directors by veryimportantpixels.

otfilms:

Movie Directors by veryimportantpixels.

keyframedaily:

"What would he say if someone wanted to remake, say, Eraserhead? ‘If they were near me I might shoot them. If I had a gun.’”
David Lynch.

keyframedaily:

"What would he say if someone wanted to remake, say, Eraserhead? ‘If they were near me I might shoot them. If I had a gun.’”

David Lynch.

gatabella:

Lauren Bacall

gatabella:

Lauren Bacall

U.S. Premiere of Digital Restoration

The fateful final days of painter Vincent van Gogh in France’s Auvers-sur-Oise are given a sober rendering by writer-director Maurice Pialat. Jacques Dutronc (Every Man for HimselfMerci pour le chocolat) portrays the troubled artist as he passes a summer in the country working on Plein Air portraiture, visiting the local brothel and kindling a fitful romance with his doctor’s young daughter. Pialat, who began making films in his mid-30s, made only 10 films over his 35-year career, although his work gained him a reputation as “the French Cassavetes.” Himself a painter and little known outside his home country as a filmmaker, Pialat imbues Van Gogh, his penultimate film, with an unflinching air of self-portraiture.

We will be screening the film this Saturday at 7:30pm at the Bing at LACMA.

Tickets are just $5.

quarrelsinprint:

Claudette Colbert in her “found” outfit from Palm Beach Story

quarrelsinprint:

Claudette Colbert in her “found” outfit from Palm Beach Story

errolflynns:

Lauren Bacall, Marilyn Monroe, and Betty Grable dream in “How to Marry a Millionaire”, 1953