crefited:

Personally speaking, I can’t wait to watch life tear you apart.

speakingparts:

WINTER’S BONE (DEBRA GRANIK, 2010)

madeofcelluloid:

'Short Term 12', Destin Cretton (2013)

I also found the “draft” of the film above, with the same name. Click here to watch it.

little-trouble-grrrl:

another screenshot of the punk singer!

little-trouble-grrrl:

another screenshot of the punk singer!

90spunkrockfeminism:

bikini kill footage in the punk singer

all boys be cool, for once in your lives

you’re so cool, you’re so cool, you’re so cool…

brightwalldarkroom:

“All of these locations and all of these songs would not have the effect they do without the widescreen black and white cinematography of Gordon Willis. This is one of the best-photographed movies ever made… Some of the scenes are famous just because of Willis’ lighting. For example, the way Isaac and Mary walk through the observatory as if they’re strolling among the stars or on the surface of the moon. Later, as their conversation gets a little lost, Willis daringly lets them disappear into darkness, and then finds them again with just a sliver of side-lighting.”
—Roger Ebert, on Manhattan (1979)

brightwalldarkroom:

“All of these locations and all of these songs would not have the effect they do without the widescreen black and white cinematography of Gordon Willis. This is one of the best-photographed movies ever made… Some of the scenes are famous just because of Willis’ lighting. For example, the way Isaac and Mary walk through the observatory as if they’re strolling among the stars or on the surface of the moon. Later, as their conversation gets a little lost, Willis daringly lets them disappear into darkness, and then finds them again with just a sliver of side-lighting.”

—Roger Ebert, on Manhattan (1979)

(Source: brightwalldarkroom)

nevver:

Everybody’s got a thing, Chantal Anderson

(Source: chantalanderson, via etshipley)

(Source: rckymts)

blackberriees:

This movie though.