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On demande une brute (Brute Wanted) (1934) directed by Charles Barrios - 23 minutes  #JacquesTati second short (the first has been lost) in which he plays a struggling hen-pecked actor who gets his big break as a wrestler.  Available in French with English subtitles on the #CriterionCollection The Complete Jacques Tati boxset and #Studiocanal The Jacques Tati Collection.  Jacques Tati #1

On demande une brute (Brute Wanted) (1934) directed by Charles Barrios - 23 minutes #JacquesTati second short (the first has been lost) in which he plays a struggling hen-pecked actor who gets his big break as a wrestler. Available in French with English subtitles on the #CriterionCollection The Complete Jacques Tati boxset and #Studiocanal The Jacques Tati Collection. Jacques Tati #1

‎”Pensamos em demasia e sentimos bem pouco. Mais do que máquinas, precisamos de humanidade. Mais do que de inteligência, precisamos de afeição e doçura. Sem essas duas virtudes, a vida será d…

Charles Chaplin

‎”Pensamos em demasia e sentimos bem pouco. Mais do que máquinas, precisamos de humanidade. Mais do que de inteligência, precisamos de afeição e doçura. Sem essas duas virtudes, a vida será d…

Michel Gondry debuts film shot entirely on Apple's iPhone 7

Michel Gondry debuts film shot entirely on Apple's iPhone 7

Remembering Glenne Headly, Stephen Furst, John G. Avildsen and More Reel-Important People We Lost in May https://tmbw.news/remembering-glenne-headly-stephen-furst-john-g-avildsen-and-more-reel-important-people-we-lost-in-may  Reel-Important People is a monthly column that highlights those individuals in or related to the movies that have left us in recent weeks. Below you'll find names big and small and from all areas of the industry, though each was significant to the movies in his or her…

Remembering Glenne Headly, Stephen Furst, John G. Avildsen and More Reel-Important People We Lost in May https://tmbw.news/remembering-glenne-headly-stephen-furst-john-g-avildsen-and-more-reel-important-people-we-lost-in-may Reel-Important People is a monthly column that highlights those individuals in or related to the movies that have left us in recent weeks. Below you'll find names big and small and from all areas of the industry, though each was significant to the movies in his or her…

Le chant du Styrène (1958) directed by #AlainResnais  Plastic is the star of this 13 minute short. Shot on Eastman Color stock and in Anamorphic Widescreen, Resnais works magic with the constraints he is given and fills the screen with the wonders of plastic. The rhyming text that accompanies the film is fantastic and was written by #RaymondQueneau.  Available without subtitles on YouTube and in a fantastic version with English subtitles on the #Lastyearatmarienb

Le chant du Styrène (1958) directed by #AlainResnais Plastic is the star of this 13 minute short. Shot on Eastman Color stock and in Anamorphic Widescreen, Resnais works magic with the constraints he is given and fills the screen with the wonders of plastic. The rhyming text that accompanies the film is fantastic and was written by #RaymondQueneau. Available without subtitles on YouTube and in a fantastic version with English subtitles on the #Lastyearatmarienb

Grace is the product of the short-lived marriage between Whitfield & English Film Director Brian Gibson. Description from wanderingeyes.weebly.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Franklin Thomas in The Nelson Mandela Childrens Fund (NMCF) USA Celebrates Nelson Mandela

Grace is the product of the short-lived marriage between Whitfield & English Film Director Brian Gibson. Description from wanderingeyes.weebly.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Why The Monkey’s Paw is Still the Scariest Story of All Time

Why The Monkey’s Paw is Still the Scariest Story of All Time

#Filmycon Hello Filmonians,  We are back with some Interesting facts for you, #Read, #Like, #Distribute. #CharlieChaplinFacts Charlie Chaplin was an English actor, filmmaker, and director that emerged in the slapstick #comedy era. Charlie used humor to grasp the attention of his audience. Chaplin knew ways to employ silent into funny. He used various of cinematic technique to achieve humor through his films.  'The Immigrant" is one of Charlie Chaplin's most beloved short films.

#Filmycon Hello Filmonians, We are back with some Interesting facts for you, #Read, #Like, #Distribute. #CharlieChaplinFacts Charlie Chaplin was an English actor, filmmaker, and director that emerged in the slapstick #comedy era. Charlie used humor to grasp the attention of his audience. Chaplin knew ways to employ silent into funny. He used various of cinematic technique to achieve humor through his films. 'The Immigrant" is one of Charlie Chaplin's most beloved short films.

Alfred Hitchcock Aims

Alfred Hitchcock Aims

Gai dimanche! (Fun Sunday!) (1935) directed by Jacques Berr - 22 minutes #JacquesTati third short finds him as half of a duo who are looking to make a quick franc from some Sunday sightseers. Available in French with English subtitles on the #CriterionCollection The Complete Jacques Tati boxset and #Studiocanal The Jacques Tati Collection. Jacques Tati #2

Gai dimanche! (Fun Sunday!) (1935) directed by Jacques Berr - 22 minutes #JacquesTati third short finds him as half of a duo who are looking to make a quick franc from some Sunday sightseers. Available in French with English subtitles on the #CriterionCollection The Complete Jacques Tati boxset and #Studiocanal The Jacques Tati Collection. Jacques Tati #2

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