Far better still for The Jazz Singer
(I don’t think the one Mubi has currently is even from the movie if I remember correctly)
What’re the preferred dimensions for a submitted film still?
What’re the preferred dimensions for a submitted film still?
448 × 252 px
Info for The Great Flamarion
DIR Anthony Mann
PROD W. Lee Wilder
SCR Anne Wigton
DP James S. Brown Jr.
CAST Erich von Stroheim, Mary Beth Hughes, Dan Duryea, Steve Barclay, Lester Allen, Esther Howard
ED John F. Link Sr.
MUSIC Alexander Laszlo
Info for Come September
DIR Robert Mulligan
PROD Robert Arthur
SCR Stanley Shapiro, Maurice Richlin
DP William H. Daniels
CAST Rock Hudson, Gina Lollobrigida, Sandra Dee, Bobby Darin, Walter Slezak, Brenda De Banzie, Rosanna Rory, Ronald Howard, Joel Grey
ED Russell F. Schoengarth
MUSIC Hans J. Salter
Info for Fright Night Part II
DIR Tommy Lee Wallace
PROD Mort Engelberg, Herb Jaffe
SCR Tim Metcalfe, Miguel Tejada-Flores, Tommy Lee Wallace, Tom Holland
DP Mark Irwin
CAST Roddy McDowall, William Ragsdale, Traci Lind, Julie Carmen, Jon Gries, Russell Clark, Brian Thompson, Merritt Butrick, Ernie Sabella, Josh Richman
ED Jay Cassidy
MUSIC Brad Fiedel
Info for The Last Frontier
DIR Anthony Mann
PROD William Fadiman
SCR Philip Yordan, Russell S. Hughes
DP William C. Mellor
CAST Victor Mature, Guy Madison, Robert Preston, James Whitmore, Anne Bancroft, Russell Collins, Peter Whitney, Pat Hogan
ED Al Clark
MUSIC Leigh Harline
Louis C.K.: Shameless
One Night Stand: Louis CK
Also this last one needs a director (Linda Mendoza)
Not Another Not Another Movie (2011)
Tomasz Baginski IS Tomek Baginski. Please merge them. ;)
Additions for Jail Breakers
MUSIC Mu-hyeon Son
SOUND Seung-yeop Lee
please fix the information of it’s production year. It’s made in 1989, not 1983
Bio and photo for Carlos Conceição:
Carlos Conceição was born in Angola, 1979. He took a degree in English with a specialization in Anglo-Saxon literature and Romanticism and wrote a dissertation about the manifestations of cruelty throughout the work of Edgar Allan Poe (2002). Carlos then majored in Film Directing at Lisbon’s film school (2006) and started working as a video artist, making music videos as well as fiction short films and installations, while he worked with veteran filmmakers like João Pedro Rodrigues and José Fonseca e Costa. He has also attended master-classes with Roger Corman, Fernando Trueba, Michael Cimino, David Cronenberg, Stephen Frears and the “Story” seminar with Robert McKee. In 2010, his short-film “The Flesh” won the New Talent Fnac Award at IndieLisboa.
Still for Magic kitchen
Image for Spacked Out
X-post from Film Submission of image updates for three William Witney films.
Young and Wild (1958, William Witney)
Juvenile Jungle (1958, William Witney)
The Girls on the Beach (1965, William Witney)
Brazilian actress. Born in Porto Alegre of German parentage, she made her theatrical debut in 1958, winning the SACI Award as Best Supporting Actress for “Quem tem medo de Virginia Woolf?”. Her first movie appearance took place in 1966 with “Corpo Ardente”, and was the muse of director Walter Hugo Khouri, appearing in many of his films, among them “As Amorosas” (1968) and “Eros, o Deus do Amor” (1981), and won the Prize of the Festival de Gramado as Best Actress for “Liçao de Amor” (1975). She also appeared in the following soap operas: “O terceiro pecado” (1968), “Nenhum homem é Deus” (1969), “Xeque-mate” (1976), “O Todo-Poderoso” (1980), “Baila comigo” (1981), “O homem prohibido”, “Final Feliz” (both 1982), “Guerra dos sexos” (1983, participation), “Partido alto” (1984) and “Roque Santeiro” (1985, as guest star), as well as “O tempo e o vento” (1985), a mini-series. She was married to actor Lineu Dias, with whom she had a daughter, Julia, born on March 18, 1963, and who became also an actress under the name Julia Lemmertz. Lilian died in her Rio de Janeiro apartment of a heart attack on June 5, 1986, ten days before her 49th birthday. Her daughter Julia was calling her by telephone, and realizing that her mother didn’t answer, she worried and went home, finding her dead in the bathtub. At the moment of her death, Lilian was making the rehearsals for a show called “Açao entre amigos”. Actress Lidia Brondi, who was one of the actress’ best friends, helped to dress Lilian for her entombment. Lilian is the subject of a biography by Cleodon Coelho, “Lilian Lemmertz: Sem rede de proteçao”.
Thanks for adding my bio and photo so fast to my director page. Actually, I’m not the author of the bio even though I sent it. I should have mentioned, sorry. The bio is actually from the Press Release for “Carne” and was created by Blackmaria productions.
So I guess it should say “Blackmaria Prod.” at the end instead of “Carlos Conceição” :)
Sleater-Kinney is Sleater-Kinney is Sleater-Kinney. Whatever we’re doing or playing, that is who we are. We don’t think of ourselves in terms of categories, but if I had to name it, I would call it rock n’ roll. Or maybe we’ve just always been a really loud folk band.
Sleater-Kinney was formed in early 1994 in Olympia, Washington, by Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein. Tucker was formerly in the influential riot grrrl band Heavens to Betsy, while Brownstein was formerly in the queercore band Excuse 17. They often played at gigs together and formed Sleater-Kinney as a side-project from their respective bands. When Heavens to Betsy and Excuse 17 disbanded, Sleater-Kinney became their primary focus. Janet Weiss of Quasi was the band’s first drummer, though Sleater-Kinney has had other drummers, including Lora Macfarlane, Misty Farrell, and Toni Gogin.
Upon Tucker’s graduation from Evergreen State College (where Brownstein remained a student for three more years), she and then-girlfriend Brownstein took a trip to Australia in early 1994. Their last day there, they stayed up all night recording what would become their self-titled debut album. It was released the following spring. They followed this with Call the Doctor (1996) and Dig Me Out (1997), and became critical darlings as a result.
Their next few albums pushed the band towards mainstream listeners, culminating in 2002’s One Beat. The group opened for Pearl Jam at many North American shows beginning in 2003, and the band cited the experience of playing to large arenas as part of the inspiration and motivation for the music found on their last album, The Woods. The Woods was released in 2005, and was a departure from the sound of their previous albums. In its place, The Woods featured a denser, heavily distorted sound that drew on classic rock as its inspiration. In 2006 they helped to curate an edition of the British All Tomorrow’s Parties festival.
Renowned critics Greil Marcus and Robert Christgau have each praised Sleater-Kinney as one of the essential rock groups of the late 90s/early 00s. Marcus named Sleater-Kinney America’s best rock band in a 2001 issue of Time magazine.
Tatyana Dubrich and Tatyana Drubich are the same person and ought to be merged – her name is actually spelt Tatyana Drubich:
Tatyana Drubich (born 7 June 1959) is a Russian film actress. She has appeared in 20 films since 1972. She starred in the 1974 film Sto dney posle detstva, which was entered into the 25th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Silver Bear for Best Director.
Junko Miyashita 宮下順子 was born in Tokyo on January 29, 1949. She was working as a waitress at a coffee shop when she was recruited to work in Pink films. Her debut film was in July, 1971 with That’s How I Lost (私はこうして失った?). Her work in Nikkatsu’s Roman Porno genre included eight entries in the Apartment Wife series from 1972 until 1974. She worked with leading pink film director Kōji Wakamatsu, and some of the best directors in Nikkatsu’s Roman Porno films, including Noboru Tanaka, and Tatsumi Kumashiro. Among the highlights of her early career were starring roles in Tanaka’s Showa Trilogy (A Woman Called Sada Abe (1975), Watcher in the Attic (1976), and Beauty’s Exotic Dance: Torture! (1977)). An exceptionally good actress for the genre, she was nominated for a Japanese Academy Award for best new actress in her roles in Kihachi Okamoto’s film, Dynamite Bang Bang and Hideo Gosha’s Bandit vs. Samurai Squad (both 1978). She was awarded the Blue Ribbon Award for both of these roles. She was again nominated for a Japanese Academy Award in 1979 for best actress for her role in Woman with Red Hair, and won the Hochi News award for both this role and for Wet Weekend. The following year, she was given a special award for her career at the Yokohama Film Festival. From the 1980s, she began working more in mainstream films, including two award-winning films for Mitsuo Yanagimachi: Fire Festival (Himatsuri) (1985) and About Love, Tokyo (Ai ni tsuite, Tokyo) (1992). Commenting on his work with Miyashita, director Noboru Tanaka later said, “I liked her natural manner. She always looks very natural, but you can feel the great power and strength that she has. She had a very traditional and conservative Japanese style, but her determination could be seen on the screen… she was a traditional Japanese beauty who also had energy and strength, and that was what I liked about her.”
I can’t find a bio of her anywhere!!
Bass still doesn`t feel like my instrument. But I think I`m good at it.
Kimberley Ann Deal (born June 10, 1961) is an American singer, songwriter and musician, best known as the bassist (and backup/lead vocalist) of the alternative rock band the Pixies and the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist for The Breeders. Deal first joined the Pixies in January 1986 as the band’s bassist, adopting the stage name Mrs. John Murphy for the band’s releases Come On Pilgrim and Surfer Rosa. Following Doolittle and the Pixies’ resulting hiatus, she formed The Breeders with Tanya Donelly and Josephine Wiggs. After the Pixies reconvened in 1990, Deal felt increasingly sidelined by the band’s frontman, Black Francis; this led to the Pixies’ breakup in early 1993.
Deal then returned her focus to The Breeders, who released the platinum-selling album Last Splash (1993). In 1994, the band went into hiatus after Deal’s identical twin sister, Kelley, entered drug rehabilitation. During The Breeders’ eight year break, Deal adopted the stage name Tammy Ampersand and formed The Amps, who recorded a single album, Pacer in 1995. She resumed her role as The Breeders’ guitarist for their third album Title TK in 2002, and reunited with the Pixies in 2004. The Breeders released their fourth studio album, Mountain Battles, in 2008. -Wikipedia
A Hunting Accident and A Hunting Drama are the same film, and ought to be merged. The more common English title is A Hunting Accident.
Biography (translated from the Russian):
Galina Belyayeva (April 26, 1961) is a Soviet and Russian film and stage actress, and a Meritorious Artist of Russia (2003).
Galina Belyayeva was born April 26, 1961 in Irkutsk. Her childhood was spent in Nevinnomyssk, where she studied ballet at the Palace of Culture. In 1974-1979 she studied at the Voronezh Choreographic School, majoring in ballet dance and folk dance.
In 1978 Galina Belyayeva debuted in film. She played the role of a young Olenka Skvortsova in A Hunting Accident directed by Emile Loteanu, which brought her to fame.
In 1979 she entered the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute, majoring in theater and film acting, and graduated in 1983.
From November 1983 to the present date, Galina Belyayeva has been an actress of the Mayakovsky Theater. She was awarded the title of Meritorious Artist in 2003.
Galina Belyayeva has played over 30 roles in theater and film. She is married and has four children.
Biography (translated from the Russian):
Irina Malysheva (b. 1961, Moscow, USSR) is a Soviet and Russian film and stage actress, and a Meritorious Artist of Russia.
Her father was a member of the aerospace and defence company Tupolev, and her mother was a singer. In 1975 she had her cinematic debut starring as Sonja Zagremuhinoy in One Hundred Days After Childhood directed by Sergei Solovyov. In 1981 she graduated from the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute. She worked at the Pushkin Drama Theatre in Moscow from 1981 to 2000, and the Luna Theatre in Moscow.
Correct name should be Krsto Papić.
Bio: Krsto Papić was born in 1933 in Vučedol and graduated from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. In 1965 he debuts with an episode in the omnibus ‘Ključ’. His first feature narrative, ‘Iluzije’, was made in 1967, while ‘Lisice’ (1969), his second and so far most renowned film, won a Golden Arena for best film and directing in Pula. Relying on the methods of cinéma vérité, in the 1960s and early 1970s he made successful documentaries and short live action films, such as: ‘Kad te moja čakija ubode’ (1968), ‘Čvor’ (1970), ‘Nek se čuje i naš glas’ (1971), ‘Specijalni vlakovi’ (1972), ‘Mala seoska priredba’ (1972), ‘Nezaposlena žena s djecom’ (1986).——-Fantastic Zagreb Film Festival
Still for Maxx: http://mubi.com/films/maxx