Things of note for the week ending April 4th, 2014
1. Christian Ward
Good art, yo.
2. Gravity Deleted Scene
This is great (watch ’til the end)
3. Die Hard
I was watched Channel 5 last Sunday, and [the original] Die Hard was voted ‘The Best Action Film Ever Made’. I find it hard to disagree (it really is fantastic). To celebrate, here’s a picture of Bruce Willis.
4. Captain America: Old Shool
Last weekend I saw Captain America: The Winter Soldier (and wrote you a spoiler-free review too), I spotted this awesome old school poster for it not shortly after and just had to share it. It’s super cool.
Side note: I also caught The Grand Budapest Hotel and Under the Skin. You should see all three.
5. The Photography of Stanley Kubrick
Before Stanley Kubrick began to make his name in film, he tinkered around in the related medium of photography.
During the 1940s, Kubrick was employed as a photographer at Look Magazine in New York. It was during this time that he started studying film at the Museum of Modern Art. Fortunately for us, he also took a lot of photos and 1940s New York, through Kubrick’s eye, is fantastic.
The whole set is amazing.
Go check it out.
Bonus items this week –
- 80s New York is gritty, strange, and moving.
- This guy is too cool for school.
- What’s the coolest thing you’ve seen this week? Do me a favour and tell me in the comments. Go on.
Until next time, stay frosty…
One thought on “Five things on Friday #66”
mine for this week…just amazing 🙂
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