Big Night, 1996 (dir. Campbell Scott & Stanley Tucci)
Wim Wenders – Written In The West
In preparation for shooting the film PARIS, TEXAS in late 1983, Wim Wenders traveled the West equipped with a 6 x 7 medium format camera searching out subjects and location that would bring that desolate landscape to life.
Restored film of San Francisco’s Market Street version of a film shot on April 14, 1906, four days before the Great Earthquake, and the attempt to colorize and sharpen the video-converted film.
A Trip Down Market Street (1906) Harry Miles
Mothra vs. Godzilla | Ishirô Honda | 1964
Emi Itô, Yumi Itô (not necessarily in that order)
Anne Francis, Robby the Robot / publicity photos for Fred M. Wilcox’s Forbidden Planet (1956)
Talk to me. Tell me you know the way.
I know the way. I’m going to head southeast until I hit Écoust. I’ll pass through the town, and out to the east all the way to Croisilles Wood.
It’ll be dark by then.
That won’t bother me. I’ll find the 2nd. I’ll give them the message, and then I’ll find your brother; just like you, a little older.
1917 (2019) dir. Sam Mendes
Gotta say the POV style of movie cinematography is getting old.
You do not have to make everything look like a video-game.
Steve McQueen / on location in San Francisco during production of Peter Yates’ Bullitt (1968)