Ad for Purple. January 2013.

Ad for Purple. January 2013.

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Siding Spring Comet 

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Isabella Rossellini by Terry O´Neill

Isabella Rossellini by Terry O´Neill

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Billy Strayhorn

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Billy Strayhorn

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Radiohead – Exit Music (For A Film) (767 plays)

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Radiohead | Exit Music (For a Film)

Why is Listen Up Philip premiering in Canberra? There’s literally nothing there. I didn’t even know they had a cinema. I’d have flown to Melbourne for the premiere but Canberra is a trip of boredom I don’t want to make. Unless… this is Alex Ross Perry testing my resolve before setting foot in the cinema. I’d rather it didn’t have a premiere and was released in theatres already. I’ve waited more than two years for his next film. He’s forever tormenting me.

Anonymous said: Five favorite German film?

I don’t really enjoy lists that don’t include at least fifty films and even then I feel like I’m excluding so many films. After much deliberation my five would be… Metropolis (1927), Nosferatu (1922), Das Boot (1981), Ali: Fear Eats the Soul (1974) and Wings of Desire (1987) / Paris, Texas (1984).

- I’m rounding up to ten… To Be Or Not To Be (1942), Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927), Triumph of the Will (1935), M (1931), Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972).

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Niniane Kelley

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Niniane Kelley

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CHUNGKING EXPRESS / 1994 / WONG KAR-WAI

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I’m making this experimental short film for my major project about the beginning and end of relationships. I’d love to hear about some of your own experiences on anonymous or otherwise.

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Richard Pousette-Dart - Portrait d’Artiste, 1945

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Richard Pousette-Dart - Portrait d’Artiste, 1945

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 Drunken Angel [Yoidore tenshi] (1948), dir. Akira Kurosawa

Drunken Angel [Yoidore tenshi] (1948), dir. Akira Kurosawa

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