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National Geographic,1968, Czechoslovakia.

National Geographic,1968, Czechoslovakia.

(Source: poemas-escolhidos, via countessgeschwitz)

mizoguchi:

Casa de Lava - Caderno by Pedro Costa

Casa de Lava is a 1994 film by Portuguese filmmaker Pedro Costa.

35 years old at the time, he traveled to the islands of Cape Verde in the Atlantic Ocean to shoot this second feature of his, which on completion signaled to the world the presence of an outstanding talent.

During the course of the production preparation, he compiled what he saw, what he read, his many ideas and images into a scrapbook instead of a screenplay. Paintings, movie stills, letters, newspaper articles, scribbles, quotes from novels, postcards, lines of dialogue, snapshots that guided him throughout the shooting of the film and that he continued - and finished - after returning to Lisboa.

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(via cineaesthesia)

tarkovskologist:

Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1990s

(via nakazn)

clairemilbrath:

"Paranoia," oil on canvas, 30"x24"

clairemilbrath:

"Paranoia," oil on canvas, 30"x24"

(via subcircular)

Exteriors in The Terrorizers (1986), Edward Yang

(Source: wednesdaydreams, via mizoguchi)

viola-goes-to-hollywood:

Anna Magnani, Abbasso la ricchezza!, Gennaro Righelli, 1946

viola-goes-to-hollywood:

Anna Magnani, Abbasso la ricchezza!, Gennaro Righelli, 1946

(via countessgeschwitz)

countessgeschwitz:

Document No. 78: The Anti-Social Butterfly
"You cannot study history without facing women’s conditions." - Benedetta Barzini

countessgeschwitz:

Document No. 78: The Anti-Social Butterfly

"You cannot study history without facing women’s conditions." - Benedetta Barzini


Andrei Tarkovsky, Michelangelo Antonioni & Tonino Guerra

Andrei Tarkovsky, Michelangelo Antonioni & Tonino Guerra

(Source: andreii-tarkovsky, via directors-gone-wild)

Vagabond (1985) Dir. Agnès Varda

(Source: filmcat, via iwanttobelikearollingstone)