1. earfucking:

    Tears For Fears - Mad World

    (via iluvthe80s)

  2. Anna Karina and Jean-Luc Godard marry, she is wearing dress made by her dressmaker mother, photo by Jean-Claude Sauer, Geneva, March 1961.
    Anna Karina and husband Jean-Luc Godard in their apartment near Place Saint-Michel in Paris, photo by Jack Garofalo, 1963.
  3. androphilia:

    A Palestinian woman covered in relatives blood, cries at a Gaza hospital. Helplessness is the worst of all feelings. (via Asem Khalil)

    (via iznogoodgood)

  5. (Source: afxtwin, via arulle)

  6. florentina-anacleto:

    Week: 1 January - 10 February 2013

    First film of 2013.

    (via arulle)

  7. Pierrot Le Fou (1965)

    (Source: chungkingexpress1994, via lydia-martian)

  8. apoetreflects:

    Painting: Edward HopperSolitary Figure in a Theater, 1902-04

  9. "I loved the cinema always, and I loved to go watch movies. But what I saw there was just stupid lies and fake stories. I never saw life and I never saw anything about the people I knew. I never saw real passion, I never saw real emotions, or real camerawork. I never saw a real movie. I thought, if they cannot show me, then I have to do my movie. […] The problem is that most films follow the same pattern: action, cut, action, cut. They only watch the story line. But story is not only about human actions, everything can be a story. A man waiting at a corner can be a story. There are many things that are important in real life but that filmmakers find boring. I don’t think that these things are boring. In my films, I want to be closer to life than to cinema."

    Béla Tarr
    Born July 21, 1955

    (Source: strangewood)

  10. madeofcelluloid:

    Naked’, Mike Leigh (1993)

    No matter how many books you read, there is something in this world that you never ever ever ever ever fucking understand.


  11. shizn:

    Take Ecstasy With Me - The Magnetic Fields

  12. dustulator:

    Matthew Barney’s “cremaster cycle” being presented at the guggenheim musuem

    (via lehroi)

  13. madeofcelluloid:

    Breaking the Waves’, Lars von Trier (1996)

    "Everyone has something they’re good at. I’ve always been stupid, but I’m good at this."

    (via psilomelane)

  15. Greta Gerwig for As If magazine.

    (Source: michellewilliamss, via cinemastatic)