midnight marauder

Graphic Designer / Illustrator / Cinephile
c86:

Sight and Sound, Autumn 1971
lapitiedangereuse:

Barry Lyndon

lapitiedangereuse:

Barry Lyndon

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parkcircus:


“During shooting, he and Christiane spent hours discussing his hopes and ambitions for it, and the manner in which it would portray war. “We talked about it a lot,” she says now. “Stanley loved the story. And he was proud of the film.””

Christiane Kubrick talks to The Telegraph about the making of Paths of Glory, her husband’s polemic WWI masterpiece which was rereleased across the UK last week.Read more of the impressive press response in our review roundup and find a screening near you.

parkcircus:

During shooting, he and Christiane spent hours discussing his hopes and ambitions for it, and the manner in which it would portray war. “We talked about it a lot,” she says now. “Stanley loved the story. And he was proud of the film.”

Christiane Kubrick talks to The Telegraph about the making of Paths of Glory, her husband’s polemic WWI masterpiece which was rereleased across the UK last week.

Read more of the impressive press response in our review roundup and find a screening near you.

biblioklept:

Dr. Strangelove Poster — Tomi UngererView Post

biblioklept:

Dr. Strangelove Poster — Tomi Ungerer

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thepostermovement:

Paths of Glory by Midnight Marauder
movieposteroftheday:

1964 German re-release poster for THE KILLING (Stanley Kubrick, USA, 1956)
Designer: Wolfgang Schmidt
Poster source: Flickfacts.com

movieposteroftheday:

1964 German re-release poster for THE KILLING (Stanley Kubrick, USA, 1956)

Designer: Wolfgang Schmidt

Poster source: Flickfacts.com

The Work of Midnight Marauder : www.midnight-marauder.com

silverscreensociety:

Midnight Marauderhttp://www.midnight-marauder.com/
thedeathoffilm:

CRITERION COLLECTION MONTH @ SILVER SCREEN SOCIETY
my favorite movie poster collective devotes the month of February to my favorite home video company. and the people rejoiced. 
head on over to Silver Screen Society to see them all, and check back as those guys will likely upload a bunch of new stuff as the month rolls on.

thedeathoffilm:

CRITERION COLLECTION MONTH @ SILVER SCREEN SOCIETY

my favorite movie poster collective devotes the month of February to my favorite home video company. and the people rejoiced. 

head on over to Silver Screen Society to see them all, and check back as those guys will likely upload a bunch of new stuff as the month rolls on.

The Silver Screen Society is Celebrating it’s 3rd Anniversary. To mark the Big Three, They are paying Tribute all Month long to The Criterion Collection and their amazing Catalog of films.
Here is my entry 
Stanley Kubrick’s Heist Masterpiece
"The Killing" (30”x40”) UK Quad Poster 
Enjoy and Happy Weekend 
MM

The Silver Screen Society is Celebrating it’s 3rd Anniversary. To mark the Big Three, They are paying Tribute all Month long to The Criterion Collection and their amazing Catalog of films.

Here is my entry 

Stanley Kubrick’s Heist Masterpiece

"The Killing" (30”x40”) UK Quad Poster 

Enjoy and Happy Weekend 

MM

Stanley Kubrick’s "Paths of Glory" Poster
MM

Stanley Kubrick’s "Paths of Glory" Poster

MM

criterioncast:

“Stanley Kubrick: 13 Films In 1 Minute”

A Sad Great day for cinephiles, Jack Nicholson Is officially Retired Making Movies again !!

MM

film-dot-com:

SAUL BASS VS. THE MOVIE STUDIOS

We tend to romanticize the past and mythologize the people we see as heroes. Saul Bass is rightly remember for his incredible skill and seemingly unending creativity, a man who cared deeply about making things beautiful, even if no one else cared. His work exists as a testament to the idea that good design can exist even in the most monetarily concerned places. From the 1950’s until the early 1990’s, he created more than a dozen campaigns for films, with an even higher number dedicated to title sequences. Yet his work in print was often met with heavy resistance, or worse, reassembled by a studio’s second set of hands.

In this week’s installment of The Art House, we take a look at Saul Bass’ iconic work vs. the designs that the movie studios ultimately chose instead.

STEP INSIDE THE ART HOUSE ON FILM.COM

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A Terrific Compilation I just found on Tumblr

rootine:

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