Spurt of Blood
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glynnnimron:

Man to Man With Dean Learner - Episode 1

glynnnimron:

Man to Man With Dean Learner - Episode 1

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quartertonebloom:

The Little Mermaid (Русалочка, Rusalochka), directed by Ivan Aksenchuk, Russia, 1968

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centuriespast:

Anonymous, Franco-Flemish       
Pieta, 15th century        
Oil on wood panel
La Salle University Art Museum

centuriespast:

Anonymous, Franco-Flemish       

Pieta, 15th century        

Oil on wood panel

La Salle University Art Museum

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xealsea:

Pieter Brueghel il Giovane, L’Adulatore, 1592 ca., olio su tavola circolare, diam. 18,5 cm

xealsea:

Pieter Brueghel il Giovane, L’Adulatore, 1592 ca., olio su tavola circolare, diam. 18,5 cm

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thirdorgan:

Pedro Otero (Argentine, Buenos Aires, 1913 – Argentina, 1981)
Deshumanización del hombre 1950

thirdorgan:

Pedro Otero (Argentine, Buenos Aires, 1913 – Argentina, 1981)

Deshumanización del hombre 1950

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(Source: hoodratsnacks)

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cinephiliabeyond:

Attention fellow aging gen-X geeks: the archives of Cinemagic magazine are now online. Between 1972 and 1987, Cinemagic was the only publication dedicated to showing filmmakers how to make science fiction, fantasy, and horror movies on backyard project budgets.




The documentary tracks the evolution of the magazine from an indie fan mag to a national pulpit backed by Starlog, the granddaddy of all science fiction publications.

We’ll catch up with the people behind some of the most beloved projects featured in its pages, and see how some of them went from making homemade Super8 epics to creating the biggest blockbusting movies coming out of Hollywood today. We’ll also show how this humble publication laid the groundwork for today’s indie do-it-yourself filmmaking revolution. When completed, the documentary will feature interviews with Kerry O’Quinn, Gregory Dohler, John Dods, Al Magliochetti, Ernest Farino, Tim Sullivan, and many, many others. Currently in production by Swords & Circuitry Studios.


For more film related items throughout the day, follow Cinephilia & Beyond on Twitter. Get Cinephilia & Beyond in your inbox by signing in. You can also follow our RSS feed. Please use our Google Custom Search for better results. If you enjoy Cinephilia & Beyond, please consider making a small donation to keep it going:

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cinephiliabeyond:

Attention fellow aging gen-X geeks: the archives of Cinemagic magazine are now online. Between 1972 and 1987, Cinemagic was the only publication dedicated to showing filmmakers how to make science fiction, fantasy, and horror movies on backyard project budgets.

The documentary tracks the evolution of the magazine from an indie fan mag to a national pulpit backed by Starlog, the granddaddy of all science fiction publications.

We’ll catch up with the people behind some of the most beloved projects featured in its pages, and see how some of them went from making homemade Super8 epics to creating the biggest blockbusting movies coming out of Hollywood today. We’ll also show how this humble publication laid the groundwork for today’s indie do-it-yourself filmmaking revolution. When completed, the documentary will feature interviews with Kerry O’Quinn, Gregory Dohler, John Dods, Al Magliochetti, Ernest Farino, Tim Sullivan, and many, many others. Currently in production by Swords & Circuitry Studios.

For more film related items throughout the day, follow Cinephilia & Beyond on Twitter. Get Cinephilia & Beyond in your inbox by signing in. You can also follow our RSS feed. Please use our Google Custom Search for better results. If you enjoy Cinephilia & Beyond, please consider making a small donation to keep it going:

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magictransistor:

Robert Crumb, Mr. Natural #2 [Uneeda Comix], 1970.

magictransistor:

Robert Crumb, Mr. Natural #2 [Uneeda Comix], 1970.

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(Source: maudit)