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A rare production still from the set of Vincent Gallo’s unreleased film Promises Written in Water (2010).
Read Daniel Kasman’s review of the film on Notebook

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A rare production still from the set of Vincent Gallo’s unreleased film Promises Written in Water (2010).

Read Daniel Kasman’s review of the film on Notebook

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"Student artists Luke Evans and Joshua Lake swallowed single frames of 35mm film, folding each piece in a brightly colored capsule that allowed for the acids and bodily fluids to process the film with minimal risk of colon damage. Once excreted, the negatives were recovered, cleaned, and studied in detail by an electron microscope; ultimately, they were printed into giant black and white works.”
The Noteworthy: Friedkin Rediscoveries & Swallowing Celluloid

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"Student artists Luke Evans and Joshua Lake swallowed single frames of 35mm film, folding each piece in a brightly colored capsule that allowed for the acids and bodily fluids to process the film with minimal risk of colon damage. Once excreted, the negatives were recovered, cleaned, and studied in detail by an electron microscope; ultimately, they were printed into giant black and white works.”

The Noteworthy: Friedkin Rediscoveries & Swallowing Celluloid

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John Ford, Henry Fonda & company on the set of Young Mr. Lincoln

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John Ford, Henry Fonda & company on the set of Young Mr. Lincoln

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Trailer - Maps to the Stars by David Cronenberg

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"The shot of Stoddard and Hallie cuts to the last composition of [The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance]. It is a sort of crosscut, an answer, to the shot on the train, and comes just after the train whistle begins to blow. At a low angle, but on a rise, the camera…

The Blackout (Ferrara, 1997)

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Ann Lye (Len Lye, 1947). Photogram, 15 9/10 x 13 inches. Len Lye Foundation Collection, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery.

The Noteworthy: Allan Dwan II, Remembering Rooney, 100 French Films

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Ann Lye (Len Lye, 1947). Photogram, 15 9/10 x 13 inches. Len Lye Foundation Collection, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery.

The Noteworthy: Allan Dwan II, Remembering Rooney, 100 French Films

Martin & Lewis

Martin & Lewis

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