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LWLies 49: The Blue Jasmine issue. Cover art by Kelly Thompson.Buy today from our online shop.
 

lwlies:

LWLies 49: The Blue Jasmine issue. Cover art by Kelly Thompson.

Buy today from our online shop.

 

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thedissolve:

Poster designer Sam Smith continues his monthly Frames series with this custom poster for Blue Jasmine, which tweaks the “prestigious Woody Allen” model his recent film posters have followed. He explains it all in this month’s column.

thedissolve:

Poster designer Sam Smith continues his monthly Frames series with this custom poster for Blue Jasmine, which tweaks the “prestigious Woody Allen” model his recent film posters have followed. He explains it all in this month’s column.

CC Woody Allen’s “Crimes and Misdemeanors”

Fun Fact About the Film : After Viewing the First cut of the film, Allen decided to throw out the first act, call back the actors for reshoots, and focus on what turned out to be the central story.

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Siskel And Ebert review Hannah And Her Sisters (1986)

CC Woody Allen’s “Hannah and Her Sisters”
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CC Woody Allen’s “Hannah and Her Sisters”

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Scorsese, Coppola and Allen Together in One great Film …
NEW YORK STORIES Japanese Film Poster
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Scorsese, Coppola and Allen Together in One great Film …

NEW YORK STORIES Japanese Film Poster

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Herbert Ross’ "PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM" Japanese Poster
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Herbert Ross’ "PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM" Japanese Poster

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Woody Allen’s “Mighty Aphrodite” Poster
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Woody Allen’s “Mighty Aphrodite” Poster

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Hungarian Film Posters : Annie Hall / The Gold Rush 

film-dot-com:

GRAPHIC NEUROSES: HOW WOODY ALLEN’S MOVIE POSTERS REFLECT HIS FILMS

by Brandon Schaefer

At first glance, one of the most visually distinguishable aspects of Woody Allen’s body of work rests with the title cards at the beginning of most of his films. The pattern is almost always the same: a black background with white lettering, set in Windsor Light Condensed. The credits are constructed and play out in a logic reminiscent of billing for a stage production, regardless of the picture. A crumbling relationship. A fictional character literally coming through the silver screen. Different stories bound together through a simple, straightforward approach designed to get the job done. An indifference to extravagance at the expense of time and effort, and instead an eye focused on what needs to be done to get not only the title-cards but an entire picture made. They are solutions without a need to appease the Gods of spectacle, an extension of the director’s personal philosophy.

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It’s Woody Allen Time !!

Go pick up his new documentary simply called, Woody Allen: A Documentary directed by Robert Weides in 2 Parts. A wonderful film taking you through the entire Woody Allen history through comedy, writing and Directing by the Man himself. 

Double Criterion Covers for Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall” & “Stardust Memories”

Criterion Cover for Woody Allen’s “Stardust Memories”

Criterion Cover for Woody Allen’s “Stardust Memories”

Criterion Cover for Woody Allen’s “Broadway Danny Rose”

Criterion Cover for Woody Allen’s “Broadway Danny Rose”