I wish this moment here forever


"It’s a revolution in Washington, Joe. We have a new agenda, finally a real leader. They got back the senate but we have the courts. By the 90s the Supreme Court will be block solid republican appointees and the federal bench, republican judges like landmines everywhere, everywhere they turn. Affirmative action? Take it to court, boom. Landmine. And we’ll get our way on just about everything. Abortion, defense, Central America, family values, a live investment climate. We have the White House locked till the year 2000 and beyond. A permanent fix on the Oval Office, it’s possible. It’s really the end of liberalism, Joe. The end of New Deal socialism. The end of ipso facto secular humanism. The dawning of a genuinely American political personality modeled on Ronald Wilson Reagan."
Angels in America (via blackheartedlove)

softgrungecersei:

The bees in Candyman were bred specifically for the movie. They needed to make sure that the bees were only 12 hours old so that they looked like mature bees, but their stinger wouldn’t be powerful enough to do any real damage. Real bees were actually put into Tony Todd’s mouth while they where shooting the climax. His only protection was a mouth guard that kept him from having the bees go down his throat. Virginia Madsen is allergic to bees, so an ambulance was always on set while filming the bee sequence.



kawahineaihonua:

moma:

MoMA Film and the Sundance Institute celebrate the work of Native and indigenous filmmakers with a new series July 10–21, 2014. View the screening schedule and buy tickets online. 
[Drunktown’s Finest. 2014. USA. Directed by Sydney Freeland. 95 min. Courtesy of Freeland and Sundance Institute.]

Wow this sounds amazing!

kawahineaihonua:

moma:

MoMA Film and the Sundance Institute celebrate the work of Native and indigenous filmmakers with a new series July 10–21, 2014. View the screening schedule and buy tickets online. 

[Drunktown’s Finest. 2014. USA. Directed by Sydney Freeland. 95 min. Courtesy of Freeland and Sundance Institute.]

Wow this sounds amazing!

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I used to think I knew, now I’m not so sure.



lightspeedsound:

Bethann Hardison on racism in the fashion industry.

From About Face: Supermodels then and now



adefaultsmile:

A Countess from Hong Kong, 1967 (Dir. Charlie Chaplin)




tastefullyoffensive:

'Dazed and Confused' on 4th of July. [x]



I’m just trying to get over an old love I guess