phantom celluloid

This is a tumblr masquerading as a companion to my blog.
handsomedogs:

Ulita. She loves our bed…. She could stay all the day…
By http://ulandjoy.tumblr.com/ adventures of two rescued dogs from their first day of LOVE.

This dog is dreamy 

handsomedogs:

Ulita. She loves our bed…. She could stay all the day…

By http://ulandjoy.tumblr.com/ adventures of two rescued dogs from their first day of LOVE.

This dog is dreamy 

whatarebirds:

Diner Pancakes

Just wanted to point out that my girlfriend takes good pictures 

whatarebirds:

Diner Pancakes

Just wanted to point out that my girlfriend takes good pictures 

Long takes and women

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One thing the camera can’t do adequately is represent someone’s interior life – it can just hint that such a life exists. In some cases, this is even more powerful, because cinema evokes psychology through images of what we see every day. Much has been made lately about how novels help teach us to empathize, but I think cinema does the same, even without the arsenal of words and shifting…

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swampthingy:

Night of the Demon (1957) dir. by Jacques Tourneur

This looks amazing! Why haven’t I seen it?

(via the-dark-city)

mubiblog:

Bernadette Lafont & Claude Chabrol in Cannes.

a few faves

mubiblog:

Bernadette Lafont & Claude Chabrol in Cannes.

a few faves

(via bbook)

keyframedaily:

lapitiedangereuse:

This was Marlene Dietrich’s first trip to America, just shortly after the Berlin premiere of “The Blue Angel”. Joseph von Sternberg had invited her to Hollywood where he would transform her into the svelte, glamorous film star she later became.

Watch The Blue Angel (1930).

keyframedaily:

lapitiedangereuse:

This was Marlene Dietrich’s first trip to America, just shortly after the Berlin premiere of “The Blue Angel”. Joseph von Sternberg had invited her to Hollywood where he would transform her into the svelte, glamorous film star she later became.

Watch The Blue Angel (1930).