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Alternative Movie Poster Entry for Filth (2013)From Mohd Firdaus

For film and ocean lovers in the UK!

Immerse yourself in the wonders of the ocean without getting your feet wet! The festival brings you the world’s most amazing ocean films, both above and below the surface.

From its Australian origins, this extraordinary collection of films document the beauty and power of the ocean, and celebrate the divers, surfers, swimmers and oceanographers who live for the sea’s salt spray; who chase the crests of waves; and who marvel at the mysteries of the big blue. A truly inspiring and thought-provoking evening, with great prize giveaways! Visit
www.oceanfilmfestival.co.uk for more info.

Immerse yourself in the wonders of the ocean without getting your feet wet! The festival brings you the world’s most amazing ocean films, both above and below the surface.

From its Australian origins, this extraordinary collection of films document the beauty and power of the ocean, and celebrate the divers, surfers, swimmers and oceanographers who live for the sea’s salt spray; who chase the crests of waves; and who marvel at the mysteries of the big blue. A truly inspiring and thought-provoking evening, with great prize giveaways! Visit
www.oceanfilmfestival.co.uk for more info.

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02 Sep 14 at 1 am

"Attenborough strikingly conveys the rotten core of fresh-faced teenage gangster, whose intense stare goes on for miles…his sinister stylings are what linger, done as if damnation were the most casual of enterprises.”
Keith
Uhlich, Time Out New York

"Attenborough, silent, calculating, pale, and unblinking, offers one of the cinema’s most convincing embodiments of paranoia and violence. One of the strongest Graham Greene adaptations!”
David Denby, The New Yorker

"Attenborough strikingly conveys the rotten core of fresh-faced teenage gangster, whose intense stare goes on for miles…his sinister stylings are what linger, done as if damnation were the most casual of enterprises.”  – Keith Uhlich, Time Out New York
"Attenborough, silent, calculating, pale, and unblinking, offers one of the cinema’s most convincing embodiments of paranoia and violence. One of the strongest Graham Greene adaptations!” – David Denby, The New Yorker
 2605
21 Aug 14 at 3 pm

Lauren Bacall on Humphrey Bogart (via larmoyante)

"Just looking at him could make me tremble. When he took my hand in his, the feeling caught me in the pit of my stomach–his hand was warm, protecting, and full of love. When he saw me at the beginning of the day and when he called me on the telephone, his first words were always, ‘Hello, Baby.’"

 3440
21 Aug 14 at 3 pm

vanityfair:

Of Style and Stardom

Lauren Bacall, photographed by John Engstead, the year she became Mrs. Humphrey Bogart, 1945.

vanityfair:

Of Style and Stardom
Lauren Bacall, photographed by John Engstead, the year she became Mrs. Humphrey Bogart, 1945.
 15
13 Aug 14 at 2 am

Applause

tags: rip  Robin Williams 
 3
09 Jul 14 at 3 pm

Bones Brigade: An Autobiography
A film by Stacy Peralta

Promo Bus at the Skateboard Hall of Fame screening.

(Source: veganskateblog.com)

Bones Brigade: An AutobiographyA film by Stacy Peralta
Promo Bus at the Skateboard Hall of Fame screening.

"As critics, all we have are our beliefs, ideals, prejudices, blind spots, our reservoirs of historical and personal knowledge, and the strength of our arguments. There are empirical truths that we can say about a movie: it was shot in black and white or color, on film or digital, in widescreen or not, directed by this or that filmmaker. But beyond these absolutes there is only our thinking, opinions, ideologies, methodological approaches and moments in time. That isn’t to say that criticism is a postmodern anything goes; it is to admit that critics are historical actors and that our relationships with movies, as with everything in life, are contingent on those moments."

 9
30 Jun 14 at 7 pm

Eric Stoltz behind the scenes as Marty McFly on the set of Back to the Future, more here.