The middle one looks like Jeremy Sisto in Jesus. Ok, I better stop posting now.
well, 2 or 3 things is one of Ceremony’s favourites i see, but no clues from from the other faves. Except the top one looks like it might belong in a Philippe Garrel film, but i haven’t seen that much by him
Yes, the first still is indeed from a Garrel film, namely J’entends plus la guitare. The actress is Mireille Perrier, who was also in Elle a passé tant d’heures sous les sunlights.
Kenji is also correct about the second (2 ou 3 things) and fourth one (Mirror). The middle one is Pierre Clémenti in Pasolini’s Porcile.
Ah, Porcile is the one Pasolini feature i’ve not seen so that accounts for it. But i’m very chuffed with myself for guessing Garrel. A beautiful still indeed. There are lots of films here on auteurs not watchable in the UK but a couple i’ve not seen by Garrel are, and i look forward to them (along with Kawase’s Mourning Forest)
TOUCH OF EVIL
“That is the most face any screen has ever held.”
Pandora and the Flying Dutchman
The Cave of the Yellow Dog
A frame of Michael Cuesta’s L.I.E.
FIELD OF DREAMS (1989)
Always good to see l’Atalante, Kim- i found it hard to find the images i most wanted. But what entices me now is Departures! I’ll add to my must-see list. Thanks, Samantha
Here’s a bunch I had uploaded already, most of them are rather contemporary.
(This first one has probably already been posted, but…)
I love this entire shot:
Not a fan of the film but I like the effect:
John Toll man shot The Thin Red Line, and this:
Mean Streets. Greatest shot in the film.
The tracking shot of De Niro walking into the bar, with Jumpin Jack Flash playing.
Best shot in the film.
I wish there were more images from La règle du jeu that capture the atmosphere of the film.. but here’s one.
Yes i quite agree with you, and that’s a good one i don’t remember seeing when i was looking
(no, not L’Atalante)
This is what i expected when i went to Austria in July, but it rained very day.
just a few off the top of my head that i could find.
I was hoping someone would post Ran or A Clockwork Orange, and you did both