The Thing (1982) Japanese movie poster

The Thing (1982) Japanese movie poster

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Currently doing design work for the Maysles Cinema in Harlem, NY. Their next screening is The Dog, a documentary on John Wojtowicz, the inspiration behind Al Pacino’s character in Sidney Lumet’s Dog Day Afternoon (1975).
There is a director Q&A following the Aug. 15 and Aug. 16 screenings.

Currently doing design work for the Maysles Cinema in Harlem, NY. Their next screening is The Dog, a documentary on John Wojtowicz, the inspiration behind Al Pacino’s character in Sidney Lumet’s Dog Day Afternoon (1975).

There is a director Q&A following the Aug. 15 and Aug. 16 screenings.

criterioncast:

Altman

criterioncast:

Altman

Ain’t Them Bodies SaintsDirected by David Lowery2013
This was a really well done modern western with some definite early Malick/Badlands vibes. 
Rooney Mara’s track record has been pretty impressive so far and with an upcoming role in Spike Jonze’s Her, plus actually starring in a Malick film next year (with this ridiculous cast), she is very steadily becoming one of the best young actresses in the game.
Also, Casey stays being the Solange of the Affleck family, excelling in the more indie arthouse ventures meanwhile bigger bro is polishing his Oscar while getting fitted for black tights and cowls.
See this in the big screen if you can!

Ain’t Them Bodies Saints
Directed by David Lowery
2013

This was a really well done modern western with some definite early Malick/Badlands vibes.

Rooney Mara’s track record has been pretty impressive so far and with an upcoming role in Spike Jonze’s Her, plus actually starring in a Malick film next year (with this ridiculous cast), she is very steadily becoming one of the best young actresses in the game.

Also, Casey stays being the Solange of the Affleck family, excelling in the more indie arthouse ventures meanwhile bigger bro is polishing his Oscar while getting fitted for black tights and cowls.

See this in the big screen if you can!

80 Blocks From Tiffany’s movie poster by Kid Acne

80 Blocks From Tiffany’s movie poster by Kid Acne

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Japanese Poster for Alien (Ridley Scott, 1979)

wandrlust:

Japanese Poster for Alien (Ridley Scott, 1979)

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NODirected by Pablo Larrain2012
This was a highly fictional but well told story based on the actual ad campaign run by the Chilean opposition to overthrow dictator Augusto Pinochet in 1988. 
Gael Garcia Bernal plays a chill Don Draper type who skateboards around with a rattail and pitches over the top commercials for soda companies during his day job. On the side, he is recruited by a lefty organization to come up with a campaign to encourage Chileans to vote “No” during the 1988 referendum. While still skateboarding around with a rattail. 
The film was also shot in 1:33:1 using 80’s U-Matic cameras so everything looks rather seamless when cutting to actual footage and has a pretty authentic vintage news camera vibe throughout. Which could be a little distracting but fortunately the substance outweighs the style in this case.
Highly recommended if you’re a fan of democracy and political thriller type movies or just vintage ad campaigns. This was also up for Best Foreign Film at this years Academy Awards but I guess people would rather be total downers and watch Michael Haneke films instead.

NO
Directed by Pablo Larrain
2012

This was a highly fictional but well told story based on the actual ad campaign run by the Chilean opposition to overthrow dictator Augusto Pinochet in 1988.

Gael Garcia Bernal plays a chill Don Draper type who skateboards around with a rattail and pitches over the top commercials for soda companies during his day job. On the side, he is recruited by a lefty organization to come up with a campaign to encourage Chileans to vote “No” during the 1988 referendum. While still skateboarding around with a rattail. 

The film was also shot in 1:33:1 using 80’s U-Matic cameras so everything looks rather seamless when cutting to actual footage and has a pretty authentic vintage news camera vibe throughout. Which could be a little distracting but fortunately the substance outweighs the style in this case.

Highly recommended if you’re a fan of democracy and political thriller type movies or just vintage ad campaigns. This was also up for Best Foreign Film at this years Academy Awards but I guess people would rather be total downers and watch Michael Haneke films instead.

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Once Upon A Time in the West posterby Sam Hiti 
26”x38” three color silk screened poster on 100lb. paper. Ltd. 200 signed and numbered prints. $35/samhiti.com

Once Upon A Time in the West poster
by Sam Hiti 

26”x38” three color silk screened poster on 100lb. paper. Ltd. 200 signed and numbered prints. $35/samhiti.com

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Fuck you Spielberg here’s my money

Fuck you Spielberg here’s my money

One of my all-time favorite movie posters. Art by Jack Kamen.

One of my all-time favorite movie posters. Art by Jack Kamen.

You guys we have officially peaked in the art of movie poster design.

You guys we have officially peaked in the art of movie poster design.

One day I wish to direct a martial arts movie just to be able to have a poster like this

One day I wish to direct a martial arts movie just to be able to have a poster like this

The MasterDirected by Paul Thomas Anderson2012

The Master
Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson
2012

Safety Not GuaranteedDirected by Colin Trevorrow2012 
Saw this one today. More modern whimsical sci-fi comedies, please. And Aubrey Plaza.

Safety Not Guaranteed
Directed by Colin Trevorrow
2012 

Saw this one today. More modern whimsical sci-fi comedies, please. And Aubrey Plaza.

I am OK with the reality that my life can never be as cool as this movie poster

I am OK with the reality that my life can never be as cool as this movie poster

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