chaboneobaiarroyoallende:

from Louisville, Kentucky, US…SLINT

marcoffeeandtv:

Que grande Gary Medel <3

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scrotumcoat:

not many people know metallica opened for jesus’ birth

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btsproducciones:

EVENTO UNICO EN CHILE !!

Febrero 11, 2014 19:00 Horas Teatro Caupolicán

$18.000.- Primera Preventa General $20.000.- Segunda Preventa General $25.000.- Palcos

Pre Venta SIN CARGO POR SERVICIO en: KMUZZIK (Interprovidencia)

SISTEMA TICKETEK CINE HOYTS FALABELLA


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samuraicinema:

"I don’t understand… I just don’t understand. I’ve never heard such a strange story."

Rashomon - Akira Kurosawa


cinephilearchive:

Makeup stills from Raging Bull. Test polaroids of De Niro as he tries to perfect La Motta’s look by stuffing cotton in his nostrils. This page is one of dozens of make-up tests, all of which attest to De Niro’s obsessive devotion to minute details. Images courtesy of The Robert De Niro Collection, The Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin.


Martin Scorsese’s influential filmmaking legacy is the focus of a new exhibition, aptly titled Martin Scorsese, at the Deutsche Kinemathek—Museum für Film und Fernsehen in Berlin. The exhibition, which opened in January and runs through May 12, purports to examine “the rich spectrum of Scorsese’s oeuvre,” including his sources of inspiration, working methods, and lasting contributions to American cinema. The Ransom Center loaned 19 items from the Robert De Niro and Paul Schrader archives to supplement materials from Scorsese’s private collection. Together, they constitute the first international exhibition about Scorsese.

A multimedia presentation on the creation of this exhibition can be found here at the Ransom Center’s Web site.

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nevver:

“I feel so unnecessary”, Little Richard Penniman (Happy Birthday)

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