a new life

just a simple mix i made :)

(Source: rabid)

an-occasional-dream:

Eric Rohmer, Arielle Dombasle, Rosette and Pascal Greggory on the set of Pauline à la plage (Pauline at the beach), by Eric Rohmer

an-occasional-dream:

Eric Rohmer, Arielle Dombasle, Rosette and Pascal Greggory on the set of Pauline à la plage (Pauline at the beach), by Eric Rohmer

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mozart’s sister - “don’t leave it to me” (live)

kinetay:

“Grandrieux’s films are analytical films, like a microscope, that give the viewer the possibility to see more accurately what is movement, emotion, sensation, colour, darkness and the emergence of the image (either material or thought). What is the process that enables something to become an image in the dark? Why can this process only be seen as a threat?”

kinetay:

“Grandrieux’s films are analytical films, like a microscope, that give the viewer the possibility to see more accurately what is movement, emotion, sensation, colour, darkness and the emergence of the image (either material or thought). What is the process that enables something to become an image in the dark? Why can this process only be seen as a threat?”

Je vous salue, Sarajevo (Jean-Luc Godard, 1993)

"What makes most documentaries so easy to understand is the arbitrary limitation of their subject matter. They confine themselves to depicting fragmented social functions and their isolated products. In contrast, imagine the full complexity of a moment that is not resolved into a work, a moment whose development contains interrelated facts and values and whose meaning is not yet apparent. This confused totality could be the subject matter of such a documentary." - Guy Debord, Sur le passage de quelques personnes à travers une assez courte unité de temps (1959)