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i-love-donuts:

Akira Kurosawa (?) explains the 180º rule.

Paprika (2006) Dir. Satoshi Kon

(via jevoussaluespinelli)

jevoussaluespinelli:

Happy (or solemn, if that’s how you interpret it) Good Friday to all my friends who celebrate.
drawpaintprint:

Henri Matisse: Entrance to the Kasbah (1912)

YEMI & KRIS by Christina Ebenezer
franciscohurtz:

sem título / untitled
nanquim azul sobre papel / blue nankeen on paper
2014

sttaybeauttiful:

i can’t tell you all my secrets

(via juvenile-cinephile)

"There are creators in politics, and creative movements, that are poised for a moment in history. Hitler, on the contrary, lacked to a singular degree any Nietzschean element. Hitler is not Zarathoustra. Nor is Trujillo. They represented what Nietzsche calls “the monkey of Zarathoustra.” As Nietzsche said, if one wants to be “a master,” it is not enough to come to power. More often than not it is the “slaves” who come to power, and who keep it, and who remain slaves while they keep it.
The masters according to Nietzsche are the untimely, those who create, who destroy in order to create, not to preserve. Nietzsche says that under the huge earth-shattering events are tiny silent events, which he likens to the creation of new worlds: there once again you see the presence of the poetic under the historical. In France, for instance, there are no earth-shattering events right now. They are far away, and horrible, in Vietnam. But we still have tiny imperceptible events, which maybe announce an exodus from today’s desert. Maybe the return to Nietzsche is one of those “tiny events” and already a reinterpretation of the world."

- Gilles Deleuze, in an interview with Guy Dumur, from Le Nouvel Observateur, April 5, 1967, pp. 40-41. (via sisyphean-revolt)

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midmarauder:

Robert Altman’s “Brewster McCloud”
Part of  'It's Okay with Me.'
An Online Poster Exhibition Based on Robert Altman’s Films
The show will make it’s Grand debut. April 18th at a Random Time. Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter for the Official Announcement.

(Source: cinemacafe.net, via whywildwild)