3 minutes ago · April 17, 2014 · 57,401 notes
#same

The Tragically Hip // Vaccination Scar (2004)

3 minutes ago · April 17, 2014 · 4 notes
edenliaothewomb:

Kirsten Dunst, photographed by Juergen Teller for W magazine, May 2014.

edenliaothewomb:

Kirsten Dunst, photographed by Juergen Teller for W magazine, May 2014.

24 minutes ago · April 17, 2014 · 188 notes

The Winged Victory of Samothrace

also called the Nike of Samothrace, is a 2nd century BC marble sculpture of the Greek goddess Nike (Victory). Since 1884, it has been prominently displayed at the Louvre and is one of the most celebrated sculptures in the world. H.W. Janson described it as “the greatest masterpiece of Hellenistic sculpture.”

2 hours ago · April 17, 2014 · 2,446 notes

Wilhelmina Cooper models a fur coat, C.1950’s. Photo John Rawlings

Wilhelmina Cooper models a fur coat, C.1950’s. Photo John Rawlings

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Maria Callas and Marilyn Monroe at John F. Kennedy’s birthday party, May 19, 1962.

Maria Callas and Marilyn Monroe at John F. Kennedy’s birthday party, May 19, 1962.

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pureandobscure:

from the 1966 album Lightfoot!
Your life will never be complete without Gordon Lightfoot!
2 hours ago · April 17, 2014 · 10 notes

elliefredricksen:

“Ah, William Holden. Already we need you again. Already the fabric is wearing thin without you.”
-Walker Percy, The Moviegoer

Happy birthday William Franklin Beedle Jr. aka William Holden aka the wind in my sails!

(April 17, 1918 - eternity)

3 hours ago · April 17, 2014 · 66 notes

Hervé Chigioni and his graphic designer Gilles Frappier have based the poster design for the 67th Festival de Cannes on a photogram taken from Federico Fellini’s 8½, which was presented in the Official Selection in 1963.
In Marcello Mastroianni and Federico Fellini, we celebrate a cinema that is free and open to the world, acknowledging once again the artistic importance of Italian and European cinema through one of its most stellar figures. “The way he looks at us above his black glasses draws us right in to a promise of global cinematographic happiness,” explains the poster’s designer. “The happiness of experiencing the Festival de Cannes together.”In his films, Marcello Mastroianni continued to encapsulate everything that was most innovative, nonconformist and poetic about cinema. On seeing the poster for the first time, Chiara Mastroianni, the actor’s daughter, said simply: “I am very proud and touched that Cannes has chosen to pay tribute to my father with this poster. I find it very beautiful and modern, with a sweet irony and a classy sense of detachment. It’s really him through and through!” — Cannes 2014

Hervé Chigioni and his graphic designer Gilles Frappier have based the poster design for the 67th Festival de Cannes on a photogram taken from Federico Fellini’s 8½, which was presented in the Official Selection in 1963.

In Marcello Mastroianni and Federico Fellini, we celebrate a cinema that is free and open to the world, acknowledging once again the artistic importance of Italian and European cinema through one of its most stellar figures. 

“The way he looks at us above his black glasses draws us right in to a promise of global cinematographic happiness,” explains the poster’s designer. “The happiness of experiencing the Festival de Cannes together.”

In his films, Marcello Mastroianni continued to encapsulate everything that was most innovative, nonconformist and poetic about cinema. On seeing the poster for the first time, Chiara Mastroianni, the actor’s daughter, said simply: “I am very proud and touched that Cannes has chosen to pay tribute to my father with this poster. I find it very beautiful and modern, with a sweet irony and a classy sense of detachment. It’s really him through and through!” — Cannes 2014

3 hours ago · April 17, 2014 · 106 notes
#cannes
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From the beginning of his career as a New York television actor, Jimmy received enthusiastic responses, even for his earliest roles. “You should read some of the letters I got,” he told Bill Gunn, “from old ladies watching television. They tell me about how they want me to wear tighter pants. They have this television club of ladies from fifty to seventy-five and they sit there checking the cats out, then write these dirty letters. Its really hard to believe.”

From the beginning of his career as a New York television actor, Jimmy received enthusiastic responses, even for his earliest roles. “You should read some of the letters I got,” he told Bill Gunn, “from old ladies watching television. They tell me about how they want me to wear tighter pants. They have this television club of ladies from fifty to seventy-five and they sit there checking the cats out, then write these dirty letters. Its really hard to believe.”

14 hours ago · April 16, 2014 · 1,149 notes
terryrandall
Elizabeth Taylor, George Stevens, Rita Hayworth, William Wyler, Bette Davis aaaaand George Cukor :)

Elizabeth Taylor: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
George Stevens: A Place in the Sun
Rita Hayworth: GIlda
William Wyler: Roman Holiday (tough, it was close with Dodsworth and The Heiress)
Bette Davis: The Letter
George Cukor: Gaslight

14 hours ago · April 16, 2014 · 1 note