hoodpussy:

talking to white people about reverse racism

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a-bittersweet-life:

I often joke when people ask if I went to film school, I say “Oh, I went to the Stanley Kubrick film school,” which means you just buy a camera and you learn how to use it and you start making movies. And that’s as good as anything else.
Richard Linklater

a-bittersweet-life:

I often joke when people ask if I went to film school, I say “Oh, I went to the Stanley Kubrick film school,” which means you just buy a camera and you learn how to use it and you start making movies. And that’s as good as anything else.

Richard Linklater

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Mirror (dir. Andrei Tarkovsky)

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chibstelford:

yourstarcolouredeyes:

bwarch:

zio-masada:

This is one of those “I scrolled down hoping for an explanation” things

Dude went to a Magic: The Gathering tournament and saw a whole lot of ass hanging out and decided to have fun with it.

This dude is also banned from said tournament because this photoset got so popular and it was considered insulting to the players…….

A true martyr.

The look in his eyes is majestic.

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Day 6: Favorite Scene - The Phone Call in The Constant

fuck yes to this gif set so fucking much

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"

Yes, I am finally a match for Amy. The other morning I woke up next to her, and I studied the back of her skull. I tried to read her thoughts. For once I didn’t feel like I was staring into the sun. I’m rising to my wife’s level of madness. Because I can feel her changing me again: I was a callow boy, and then a man, good and bad. Now at last I’m the hero. I am the one to root for in the never-ending war story of our marriage. It’s a story I can live with. Hell, at this point, I can’t imagine my story without Amy. She is my forever antagonist.

We are one long frightening climax.

"

— Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl (via zu-viel-ist-nicht-genug)

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madsmikkelsenn:

Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese, and Joe Pesci on the set of Casino, 1995

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Ignoring fame was my rebellion, in a funny way. I was insistent on being normal and doing normal things. It probably wasn’t advisable to go to college in America and room with a complete stranger. And it probably wasn’t wise to share a bathroom with eight other people in a coed dorm. Looking back, that was crazy.

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Tags: Emma Watson

"I’d love to say i was the kind of person who has an outline. but the only outline i have is, that i want to carry on doing this all my life."

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”An artist never works under ideal conditions. If they existed, his work wouldn’t exist, for the artist doesn’t live in a vacuum. Some sort of pressure must exist. The artist exists because the world is not perfect. Art would be useless if the world were perfect, as man wouldn’t look for harmony but would simply live in it. Art is born out of an ill-designed world. This is the issue in Andrei Rublev: the search for harmonic relationships among men, between art and life, between time and history. That’s why my film is all about.” - Andrei Tarkovsky

”An artist never works under ideal conditions. If they existed, his work wouldn’t exist, for the artist doesn’t live in a vacuum. Some sort of pressure must exist. The artist exists because the world is not perfect. Art would be useless if the world were perfect, as man wouldn’t look for harmony but would simply live in it. Art is born out of an ill-designed world. This is the issue in Andrei Rublev: the search for harmonic relationships among men, between art and life, between time and history. That’s why my film is all about.” - Andrei Tarkovsky

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"…Tarkovsky gave me one of the best and most unforgettable experiences in my life and in cinema. Late in the day, in 1971, I was watching a film with Kjell Grede (a Swedish filmmaker) in a screening room from SF. Afterwards we took a look at the screening booth where a number of film cases were lying. ‘What’s that?’ I asked the projectionist. ‘Some fucking Russian film.’ And then I saw Tarkovsky’s name and told Grede: ‘Listen, I read something about this picture. We have to watch it and see what it’s all about.’ We then bribed the projectionist so that he would show it to us … And it was Andrei Rublev. And so, at about 2:30 a.m., we both came out of the screening room with gaunt eyes, wobbly, completely moved, enthusiastic, and shaken. I will never forget it. What was remarkable is that there were no Swedish subtitles! We didn’t understand one word of dialogue, but we were nonetheless overwhelmed. Tarkovsky made another film that I like a lot, The Mirror.” — Ingmar Bergman, 2002

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a-bittersweet-life:

Art affirms all that is best in man—hope, faith, love, beauty, prayer…What he dreams of and what he hopes for…What is art?…Like a declaration of love: the consciousness of our dependence on each other. A confession. An unconscious act that none the less reflects the true meaning of life—love and sacrifice.
Andrei Tarkovsky

a-bittersweet-life:

Art affirms all that is best in man—hope, faith, love, beauty, prayer…What he dreams of and what he hopes for…What is art?…Like a declaration of love: the consciousness of our dependence on each other. A confession. An unconscious act that none the less reflects the true meaning of life—love and sacrifice.

Andrei Tarkovsky