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20th-century-man:

Shirley Eaton / Guy Hamilton’s Goldfinger (1964)

(via theacademy)

pickledelephant:

David Fincher while filming Gone Girl (2014)

(via fuckyeahdirectors)

pickledelephant:

Christopher Nolan while filming Interstellar (2014)

(via fuckyeahdirectors)

theacademy:

Hollywood Costume is now open and ready for its close-up

The Victoria and Albert Museum, London and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences present the final showing of the groundbreaking multimedia exhibition Hollywood Costume in the historic Wilshire May Company Building, the future location of theAcademy Museum of Motion Pictures, at Wilshire Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles. Organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, this ticketed exhibition explores the central role of costume design–from the glamorous to the very subtle–as an essential tool of cinematic storytelling. On view October 2, 2014 through March 2, 2015 the exhibition brings together the world’s most iconic costumes from the Golden Age of cinema to the present.

The Academy is enhancing the V&A’s exhibition and will include more than 150 costumes. The Academy’s presentation will add more than 40 costumes to this landmark show, including Jared Leto’s costume from Dallas Buyers Club (Kurt and Bart, 2013) – a recent acquisition from the Academy’s Collection – as well as costumes from such recent releases including The Hunger Games (Judianna Makovsky, 2012), Django Unchained  (Sharen Davis, 2012), Lee Daniels’ The Butler  (Ruth E. Carter, 2013), The Wolf of Wall Street  (Sandy Powell, 2013), American Hustle  (Michael Wilkinson, 2013), and The Great Gatsby  (Catherine Martin, 2013).

In addition, Hollywood Costume will showcase the Academy’s pair of the most famous shoes in the world – the original ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz (Adrian, 1939) shown with Dorothy’s blue and white gingham pinafore dress.

Hollywood Costume is curated by Deborah Nadoolman Landis, Academy Award®–nominated costume designer and founding director of UCLA’s David C. Copley Center for the Study of Costume Design, whose credits include National Lampoon’s Animal House  (1978), Raiders of the Lost Ark  (1981), Coming to America   (1988) and the music video for Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”  (1983); with Sir Christopher Frayling (Professor Emeritus of Cultural History, Royal College of Art), and set and costume designer and V&A Assistant Curator Keith Lodwick.

Hollywood Costume will be accompanied by a full slate of exhibition-related programs including screenings, discussions with costume designers, and educational programs. Details will be announced soon.

filmsteria:

Happy Mean Girls Day

Ojalá pudieramos congelar el tiempo y quedarnos siempre con esa Lindsay Lohan.

theacademy:

Hollywood Costume is now open

The Victoria and Albert Museum, London and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences present the final showing of the groundbreaking multimedia exhibition Hollywood Costume in the historic Wilshire May Company Building, the future location of theAcademy Museum of Motion Pictures, at Wilshire Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles. Organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, this ticketed exhibition explores the central role of costume design–from the glamorous to the very subtle–as an essential tool of cinematic storytelling. On view October 2, 2014 through March 2, 2015 the exhibition brings together the world’s most iconic costumes from the Golden Age of cinema to the present.

The Academy is enhancing the V&A’s exhibition and will include more than 150 costumes. The Academy’s presentation will add more than 40 costumes to this landmark show, including Jared Leto’s costume from Dallas Buyers Club (Kurt and Bart, 2013) – a recent acquisition from the Academy’s Collection – as well as costumes from such recent releases including The Hunger Games (Judianna Makovsky, 2012), Django Unchained  (Sharen Davis, 2012), Lee Daniels’ The Butler  (Ruth E. Carter, 2013), The Wolf of Wall Street  (Sandy Powell, 2013), American Hustle  (Michael Wilkinson, 2013), and The Great Gatsby  (Catherine Martin, 2013).

In addition, Hollywood Costume will showcase the Academy’s pair of the most famous shoes in the world – the original ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz (Adrian, 1939) shown with Dorothy’s blue and white gingham pinafore dress.

Hollywood Costume is curated by Deborah Nadoolman Landis, Academy Award®–nominated costume designer and founding director of UCLA’s David C. Copley Center for the Study of Costume Design, whose credits include National Lampoon’s Animal House  (1978), Raiders of the Lost Ark  (1981), Coming to America   (1988) and the music video for Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”  (1983); with Sir Christopher Frayling (Professor Emeritus of Cultural History, Royal College of Art), and set and costume designer and V&A Assistant Curator Keith Lodwick.

Hollywood Costume will be accompanied by a full slate of exhibition-related programs including screenings, discussions with costume designers, and educational programs. Details will be announced soon.

lottereinigerforever:

On the set of “The Royal Tenenbaums’

(via theacademy)

filmsteria:

Un día como hoy, pero en 1955, muere James Dean, quien se convirtió en un referente de la cultura pop… Probablemente hubiera sido mucho más grande que Marlon Brando.

filmsteria:

#PosterAlterno: BOOGIE NIGHTS

filmsteria:

#PosterAlterno: BOOGIE NIGHTS

marinaesque:

Directors and Trinkets - an ongoing series..?

film directors surrounded by iconic objects from their film.

Wes Anderson - Hayao Miyazaki
Stanley Kubrick - Paul Thomas Anderson
David Lynch - Alfred Hitchcock
Sofia Coppola - Spike Jonze
feel free to suggest the next director to draw :)

(via fuckyeahdirectors)

josuejosue:

John Malkovich se transformó en Hitchcock, Einstein y Marilyn Monroe para una exposición fotográfica.

El fotógrafo Sandro Miller, convirtió al actor en íconos de la cultura pop para su exposición “Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich” que se presentará en Chicago en noviembre de este año.

(via filmsteria)

Now you listen to me, I’m an advertising man, not a red herring. I’ve got a job, a secretary, a mother, two ex-wives and several bartenders that depend upon me, and I don’t intend to disappoint them all by getting myself “slightly” killed.

(via bbodysnatchers)

zombiepussyliquor:

Happy 67th Birthday Stephen King

(September 21, 1947)

#StephenKing

(via spacenaftalina)

nickdrake:

Trainspotting.

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