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Michelangelo Antonioni: 1912 – 2007

Bergman yesterday and now Michelangelo Antonioni. What the hell is going on? If I believe in god, heaven and all those things I would say that God created a cinema studio in the sky and is hiring the best directors … Continue reading

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Ingmar Bergman: 1918 – 2007

Oh well, the inevitable happened, Ingmar Bergman lost the chess match. The Master has passed away this morning at his home in Fårö. My first Bergman film was Fanny and Alexander, but my passion for his works didn’t start then. … Continue reading

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Sergei M. Eisenstein

The Russian / soviet cinema made a huge contribution to cinema language with its theories, developed in the 1920’s. Universal cinema learned a lot with the edition of the experimental documentary films of Dziga Vertov, specially with The Man with … Continue reading

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Movie Posters Links

From time to time Rashomon posts links to cinema posters sites. I save them and forgot to post after. Not it’s time to post some of those cool stuff that he finds. 1920’s 1930’s Horror Sci-fi Lobby Cards is just … Continue reading

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Wong Kar-Wai calendars

The Chinese film director Wong Kar-wai has many fans. A kind of fans that create sites (wongkarwai.net and Chasing The Metaphysical Express) forums and calendars. If you don’t know his works you should do. Start with the Guardian interview, read … Continue reading

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Charles Chaplin On-line III: 1917-1921

The first part of Charles Chaplin on-line was about 1914’s films, the second 1915 and 1916’s films and this is about all his other films on-line. This is the smallest list because he reduce his rhythm of making films in … Continue reading

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Charles Chaplin On-line II: 1915-1916

After the first part., with Chaplin’s films of 1914, the second include his films of 1915 and 1916: In 1915 he began a year’s contract with Essanay film studios, and further developed his film skills, adding new levels of depth … Continue reading

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Charles Chaplin On-line I: 1914

After Bela Lugosi, Buster Keaton, Dziga Vertov, now is the time of Charlie Chaplin. Sooner or later I would end up making a post about him. I’m doing it now because circumstances helped, and in this case they mean Internet … Continue reading

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A guide to Twin Peaks

Not a Kubrick’s fan, but a huge fan of David Lynch. I love the remarkable photography of his films, the use of colours, the hyper-realism, the ends with no answers, the perturbed characters and all the symbols presented in his … Continue reading

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Day of the Fight

I watched many Stanley Kubrick‘s films, almost all. Not because I’m a fan of his works. Well, I can’t deny he did some masterpieces, but I don’t idealize his image as a myth, and I know a lot of people … Continue reading

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