I wish this moment here forever



posthawk:

Before Sunrise (1995)

posted 1 day ago via cinemastatic · © posthawk with 875 notes

The focus on eyes emphasises the overall desperation for secrets and trust that characterises both the FBI and the criminals. On close ups, having Jodie Foster look slightly off camera and all the other actors straight on, subtly highlights the fact that most of the film is from Clarice’s point of view and that others struggle to know her intimately. When she finally confides in Lecter and tells him about her childhood and the lambs, she looks straight into the camera for one of the first times [x]



heartbeatsclub:

Don’t be a square : new drawing and print

heartbeatsclub:

Don’t be a square : new drawing and print


blackmagicalgirlmisandry:

provocatoria:

infinityandbelon:

quickweaves:

The kid in the blue grew up to become iconic femme queen face iconic femme queen performer and Legendary Mother of the house of Laperla, Alyssa Laperla

Dude, I’ve been wondering what happened with that kid since I first saw that scene.

ugh, that makes me so happy 

(x) here’s a video of her from 2011, this makes me so unbelievably happy because I always feared the worst had happened to them 

blackmagicalgirlmisandry:

provocatoria:

infinityandbelon:

quickweaves:

The kid in the blue grew up to become iconic femme queen face iconic femme queen performer and Legendary Mother of the house of Laperla, Alyssa Laperla

Dude, I’ve been wondering what happened with that kid since I first saw that scene.

ugh, that makes me so happy 

(x) here’s a video of her from 2011, this makes me so unbelievably happy because I always feared the worst had happened to them 





womenofkwmc:

Kathryn Bigelow, director of The Hurt Locker, is the only woman EVER to win a Best Director Oscar. Only 4 women have ever been nominated. Women made up only 6% of Directors for the top movies of 2013. There were NO female nominees for directing, cinematography, film editing, writing (original screenplay), or music (original score) during last year’s Academy Awards.

womenofkwmc:

Kathryn Bigelow, director of The Hurt Locker, is the only woman EVER to win a Best Director Oscar. Only women have ever been nominated. Women made up only 6% of Directors for the top movies of 2013. There were NO female nominees for directing, cinematography, film editing, writing (original screenplay), or music (original score) during last year’s Academy Awards.