midnight marauder

Graphic Designer / Illustrator / Cinephile

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Midnight Marauder Presents  'It's Okay with Me.'

Robert Altman Poster Exhibition

  1. “Dr. T & the Women” Poster
  2. “A Wedding” Poster
  3. “The Long Goodbye” Posters
  4. “3 Women” Poster
  5. “McCabe and Mrs. Miller” Poster
  6. “Gosford Park” Poster

Coming Soon

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Coming Soon to UCLA

Robert Altman: A Retrospective

The UCLA Film & Television Archive proudly presents this tribute to legendary American filmmaker Robert Altman (1925- 2006), whose unique gifts as a storyteller and visionary are enshrined in such iconoclastic features as M*A*S*H (1970), Nashville (1975), The…

movieposteroftheday:

US poster for A PERFECT COUPLE (Robert Altman, USA, 1979)
Artist: TBD
Poster source: Una Pagine de Cine

movieposteroftheday:

US poster for A PERFECT COUPLE (Robert Altman, USA, 1979)

Artist: TBD

Poster source: Una Pagine de Cine

midmarauder:

Robert Altman’s 1978 Film "A Wedding" Poster
Part of the Robert Altman Poster Exhibition Show
'It's Okay with Me.'
Coming Soon 
Midnight Marauder 

midmarauder:

Robert Altman’s 1978 Film "A Wedding" Poster

Part of the Robert Altman Poster Exhibition Show

'It's Okay with Me.'

Coming Soon 

Midnight Marauder 

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cinephilearchive:

Screenplay for Robert Altman’s classic 1975 musical drama, ‘Nashville.’ Script is labeled “Release Dialogue Script” and dated 11 July 1975. The first page details the amount of total screen footage, approximate running time and recommended aspect ratio. First page is signed by titles designer Dan Perri and bears his label affixed to the upper right. [© Nate D. Sanders]

Reads/Watches/Listens:

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MM : Favorite Criterion Releases of the Year

Robert Altman’s “Nashville” Poster
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Robert Altman’s “Nashville” Poster

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bbook:

There was no breakdown scene initially, she was just supposed to go down to the Opry and sing. But I asked Bob to come down and I left the makeup chair and stood on the sidewalk with him and I gave it to him to read. I didn’t say it to him, he just read it in my journal. And he said, “Do you know it?” And I said yes and then he said. “We’ll shoot it.” So that was an electric kind of a moment, and that explains who Bob is and explains what kind of director he is and the ability he had to make those kinds of judgements. I mean a lot of people could read something and say, “Oh that’s nice,” or read it and say, “I don’t think it’s very good,” but he could not only read it, take it in, split second judge it, but then he also had the power to make it happen. Then you go out there and you shoot it with a thousand people in the audience and all the cameras—and of course all that stuff was already set to happen—but when you have that kind of synergy between us, we could make some magic. It was very, very exciting.

Looking Back on Robert Altman’s ‘Nashville’ With Its Star Ronee Blakley

Robert Altman’s “NASHVILLE” Film Poster
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Robert Altman’s “NASHVILLE” Film Poster

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Robert Altman’s “The Long Goodbye” Film Poster
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Robert Altman’s “The Long Goodbye” Film Poster

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alwaysmoneyinthebnanastand:

The Long Goodbye (1973)

Elliott Gould as Philip Marlowe

(via cinefamily)

seanwicks:

Robert Altman’s NASHVILLE coming as a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack from The Criterion Collection on December 3.  

Merry Christmas to all of us with that announcement!

Karen Black Criterion Tribute 

R.I.P.

MM