phantom celluloid

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unicornology:

"I’m convinced there are masterful filmmakers out there who for whatever reason can’t access filmmaking, and many of these are women. As a society, we need to be teaching young girls not to be spectators to boys. Also, not to be intimidated by technology. You don’t need a big crew to make a small film. I don’t want to silence male filmmakers who are speaking for a woman – I don’t feel like I can speak for all women, or that I can’t speak for a man – but I’d like to hear equal voices being heard. Women need to speak up and both men and women need to listen.” — Emily Kai Bock

unicornology:

"I’m convinced there are masterful filmmakers out there who for whatever reason can’t access filmmaking, and many of these are women. As a society, we need to be teaching young girls not to be spectators to boys. Also, not to be intimidated by technology. You don’t need a big crew to make a small film. I don’t want to silence male filmmakers who are speaking for a woman – I don’t feel like I can speak for all women, or that I can’t speak for a man – but I’d like to hear equal voices being heard. Women need to speak up and both men and women need to listen.” — Emily Kai Bock

Review - Le Beau Serge (dir. Claude Chabrol, 1958)

Delphine Seyrig in Daughters of Darkness (1971)

Delphine Seyrig in Daughters of Darkness (1971)

(Source: tiredtangerine)

Animal behavior: Creatures on film