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moma:

Aug 6-16: "A Fuller Life" film series celebrates the work of maverick writer-director Sam Fuller. 
[A Fuller Life. 2013. USA. Directed by Samantha Fuller.]

moma:

Aug 6-16: "A Fuller Life" film series celebrates the work of maverick writer-director Sam Fuller. 

[A Fuller Life. 2013. USA. Directed by Samantha Fuller.]

cinefamily:

photo by nealorion

EW’s: Prom Confessionals.

Anderson’s dress was white satin and ’50s-inspired (“I don’t know how that day happened, but it was not me at all,” she insists. “I went through this post-punk normal phase before I went back to punk”)

(Source: somuchmorethanthis)

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the-overlook-hotel:

View of the The Shining’s Overlook Hotel facade built on the backlot of Elstree Studios.
The large grey building on the left is Stage 5, which housed the Gold Room set, as well as the Torrance family’s Boulder Apartment set.
The brick building in the mid-ground contained the Overlook’s Kitchen set, while in the far background, Stage 3 and Stage 4 can be seen, which contained the enormous Colorado Lounge set and the Hotel Lobby set.
(photo courtesy Prop Store)

the-overlook-hotel:

View of the The Shining’s Overlook Hotel facade built on the backlot of Elstree Studios.

The large grey building on the left is Stage 5, which housed the Gold Room set, as well as the Torrance family’s Boulder Apartment set.

The brick building in the mid-ground contained the Overlook’s Kitchen set, while in the far background, Stage 3 and Stage 4 can be seen, which contained the enormous Colorado Lounge set and the Hotel Lobby set.

(photo courtesy Prop Store)

(Source: mizoguchi)

losometimes:

François Truffaut.

losometimes:

François Truffaut.

keyframedaily:

Matt McCormick's Some Days Are Better Than Others (2010).
ozu-teapot:

North by Northwest - Alfred Hitchcock - 1959
Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint

ozu-teapot:

North by Northwest - Alfred Hitchcock - 1959

Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint

ozu-teapot:

North by Northwest - Alfred Hitchcock - 1959
Mmmm… more matte…

ozu-teapot:

North by Northwest - Alfred Hitchcock - 1959

Mmmm… more matte…

for-all-mankind:

for-all-mankind:

oldflorida:

The Pan American terminal in Miami.
(via Jassy-50 on Flickr).

This….this needs to exist still. It’s be wonderful.(Actually, I believe that globe is in HistoryMiami; I thought I remembered seeing it when I lived on that side of the state for School.) 

It’s funny to see that I reblogged this postcard so long ago, because last week at the Floridiana Bazaar, I bought this exact postcard. Upon doing more research, that globe is indeed located in a museum, though it’s the Miami Science Museum.
As was common back in the day, postcards would be painted from real-life photos that were taken, and the original image for the above postcard is below.

As one of the terminal’s defining features, the globe was promoted heavily by the airline, and came to be one of the lasting symbols of the company. As seen in this pamphlet, the globe was oriented to the north star so that, when Miami reached the top on its two-minute rotation, the observer could orient himself with the rest of the world.

As stated, the globe is located in lobby of the Miami Science Museum, having been moved there in 1960.
I’ll make a post soon about the Pan Am terminal building in which the globe was housed. Pretty cool little history for a cool post card, don’t you think?

for-all-mankind:

for-all-mankind:

oldflorida:

The Pan American terminal in Miami.

(via Jassy-50 on Flickr).

This….this needs to exist still. It’s be wonderful.
(Actually, I believe that globe is in HistoryMiami; I thought I remembered seeing it when I lived on that side of the state for School.) 

It’s funny to see that I reblogged this postcard so long ago, because last week at the Floridiana Bazaar, I bought this exact postcard. Upon doing more research, that globe is indeed located in a museum, though it’s the Miami Science Museum.


As was common back in the day, postcards would be painted from real-life photos that were taken, and the original image for the above postcard is below.

As one of the terminal’s defining features, the globe was promoted heavily by the airline, and came to be one of the lasting symbols of the company. As seen in this pamphlet, the globe was oriented to the north star so that, when Miami reached the top on its two-minute rotation, the observer could orient himself with the rest of the world.

As stated, the globe is located in lobby of the Miami Science Museum, having been moved there in 1960.

I’ll make a post soon about the Pan Am terminal building in which the globe was housed. Pretty cool little history for a cool post card, don’t you think?

kasinski:

"When humor can be made to alternate with melancholy, one has a success, but when the same things are funny and melancholic at the same time, it’s just wonderful." Francois Truffaut
"Quando o humor pode ser alternado com melancolia, é um sucesso, mas quando as mesmas coisas são engraçadas e melancólicas ao mesmo tempo, é simplesmente maravilhoso.  François Truffaut”

kasinski:

"When humor can be made to alternate with melancholy, one has a success, but when the same things are funny and melancholic at the same time, it’s just wonderful."
Francois Truffaut

"Quando o humor pode ser alternado com melancolia, é um sucesso, mas quando as mesmas coisas são engraçadas e melancólicas ao mesmo tempo, é simplesmente maravilhoso.
François Truffaut”