Stanley Kubrick refused to allow stuntman Bill Weston to wear a second cable during one of the space walk scenes, the single cable snapped and Weston fell 30 feet onto the concrete studio floor. Later on Kubrick also refused to let Weston punch ventilation holes in the back of the space helmet, causing him to pass out from a lack of oxygen. Once Weston gained consciousness he chased Kubrick off the set.” Quote - “Unfortunately that sounds a little like famous last words.” #cinematography#cinema#film#movie#2001aspaceodyssey#stanleykubrick#kubrick#johnalcott#geoffreyunsworth#harrylange
Al-Samer Cinema on the main street of Omar Al-Mukhtar in Gaza. Al- Samer Cinema opened in 1944 and, unfortunately, was shut down in 1987 at the start of the first Palestinian intifada.
Samir El-Efranji, a previous worker at the AlSamer Cinema, said in an interview: “It was a golden age when the cinema was operating in Gaza. We worked all day and the audience was unique...Sometimes the overcrowding was bad, but that was before the outbreak of the first intifada.” Quote obtained from: Arab News, HAZEM BALOUSHA, 2018)
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🎥 Além das mostras competitivas, o III Lanterna Mágica – Festival Internacional de Animação conta com mostras não competitivas divididas em eixos temáticos diferentes. Uma delas traz filmes goianos em sua programação, traçando um panorama da produção de animação local.
O Lanterna Mágica acontece entre 19 e 24 de novembro, no Cine Cultura, em Goiânia.
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31 Days Of Horror: Day 14 Thirteen Ghosts is one weird fuckin movie. It’s the closest thing I can think of to a direct movie version of the haunted houses you find at carnivals, which is good for carnivals but not really handy for keeping up a story that makes any bloody sense. I would have loved it if the my just completely abandoned attempts at logic and made this a full music video or something but no, they just had to get the exposition cannon out and needlessly blast us all. At least it looks great. The ‘story’ goes as follows: the nephew (Tony Shaloub) of a creepy old billionaire (F. Murray Abraham) has inherited his giant old haunted mansion and the thirteen vicious ghosts the reside within it, specifically in big glass cubes engraved with special incantations so they’ll stay put. Of course they don’t, and when the nephew invites a bunch of folks over to observe these spectres with special Ghost Vision Goggles they all get loose and start terrorizing everyone no end. Among the cannon fodder are Matthew Lillard, Shannon Elizabeth and Embeth Davidtz who is just as far above lowbrow shit like this as Shaloub and Abraham are. Now my words so far may suggest that I dislike this film, but that’s not the case. I love it despite knowing full well that it’s wanton trash. The whole thing is a ludicrous theme park of crashes, bangs, loud metal and pandemonium not helped much by chainsaw editing, frenetic music cues, bombastic performances and hilarious special effects. The design, names and makeup of the thirteen ghosts are actually quite inspired, from a great big fat murderous adult baby to an angry, beautiful spurned lover and more. This is part of a trio of films that I have unofficially dubbed the ‘ Warner Brothers late 90’s/early 2000’s heavy metal chaotic horror remake’ trilogy alongside Ghost Ship and House On Haunted Hill. They’re not effectively scary, subtle or otherwise anything close to what horror should be. But for clanging, rambunctious background noise and stark, surreal imagery at a Halloween party they do the trick, this one especially wth all its baroque weirdness.
31 DAYS OF OCTOBER HORROR
Day #14- Fright Night
Fright Night is directed by Tom Holland and stars Chris Sanrandon and Roddy McDowall where a teenager (William Ragsdale) believes that his next-door neighbor is a vampire (Chris Sanrandon) when the death of girls are reported until he gets some aid of a TV show (Roddy McDowall) host that thinks vampires are real. Chris Sanrandon's portayl as Jerry Dandridge completely steals the show. Sarandon made the character. Roddy McDowall as Peter Vincent is a pleasure to watch. His character has an admirable quick evolution in the movie. First, he's the vampire killer t.v. character that after meeting a REAL vampire knows what fear is like after dealing with fear, he recovers faith and that makes him stronger in every aspect. William Ragsdale is good as Charlie Brewster, the teen main character in the movie. This is one of the best casts that you can get from an 80's horror movie.
The score is great. The 80's pop metal and club music fits perfect with the feeling of the movie. In the tense and thrilling scenes the music works perfect. The cinematography is pretty good. The use of lightning on dark settings is very good. Be prepared for a real FRIGHT NIGHT!
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Voilà la vidéo avec laquelle je participe au concours Jeunes Cinéastes du @comicconparis ! Vous en pensez quoi ?
Il fallait que la vidéo fasse une minute alors j'ai pas pu mettre tous les sketches que je voulais... Si ça vous plaît je mettrai peut-être en ligne la Director's Cut plus tard 😏
Merci à mon gars sûr @caiusxx pour son acting irréprochable 👌