Tagged: film

Dieter Rams: The Documentary

Dieter Rams: The Documentary

Gary Hustwit, the man who brought us Helvetica and Objectified, is working on a new film about one of the most influential designers of the 20th century.    

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Women of Cinefamily

Women of Cinefamily

We chat with a group of film makers and fans working to expand the definition of Women’s Film – and add a whole lot of films to our ‘Must Watch’ list in the process.

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20 Years of Wes Anderson

20 Years of Wes Anderson

This Sunday marks the 20th anniversary of the US release of Bottle Rocket, the first feature film of the singular Wes Anderson.

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Grand Canyon in 35

Grand Canyon in 35

The Grand Canyon is the original road trip destination. From pioneers striking out west to 1970s families in wood-panelled wagons, the splendor of this scene carved across Arizona’s northern reaches for millennia by the Colorado River is unparalleled. Need Supply Co. jack-of-all-trades Patrick traveled there last month and caught the very tail end of winter in 35mm on […]

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Richmond in 35

Richmond in 35

Cities are all too often reduced to icons: yellow taxi New York boulevards, pretty Paris Cafés, London tube stations. In Richmond, Virginia’s case, it’s the mighty James River. Tavish Timothy captures the unseen textures of the River City in stunningly composed film photography. He photographs his city in the time between a full time job downtown […]

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Tokyo in 35

Tokyo in 35

Cities are all too often reduced to icons: yellow taxi New York boulevards, pretty Paris cafés, London tube stations. Tokyo transplant Alex Thomas is a self-described freeter. She captures her city between photography, design, and DJ gigs, as an “intensive, obsessive hobby”. Her candid images serve as a nuanced and raw portrait of Tokyo, day-to-day […]

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Photography: Yann Faucher

Photography: Yann Faucher

Yann Faucher is the kind of uncompromising, unyielding artist that seems to come along less and less frequently. He left a promising career in the sciences for the uncertain path of a photographer, and jumped ship on a lark for London with no contacts and minimal possessions. He works hard to support his photography, mostly earning money […]

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Interview: Berta Pfirsich

Interview: Berta Pfirsich

Alfred Eisenstadt said, “The important thing is not the camera but the eye.” Some form of that adage has been dredged up a lot since the advent of mobile phone photography (it is hard to argue against the handiest camera typology ever), but a professional without a bag full of fancy doodads and gizmos still seems like an […]

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VMFA: Hollywood Costume

VMFA: Hollywood Costume

Virginia Museum of Fine Art‘s fall exhibition, Hollywood Costume, celebrates a century of costume design and its contribution to cinematic history in American culture. On view through February 17, 2014, the exhibition allows viewers to explore the collaborations between directors, actors and costume designers that bring to life some of the most unforgettable and beloved […]

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