Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Steven Spielberg. Masterpiece.

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The July 2014 Criterion Collection line-up

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The Essential Jacques Demy

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The July 2014 Criterion Collection line-up

Pickpocket

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Insomnia

The Essential Jacques Demy

The Big Chill criterioncast:

The July 2014 Criterion Collection line-up

Pickpocket

Scanners

Insomnia

The Essential Jacques Demy

The Big Chill criterioncast:

The July 2014 Criterion Collection line-up

Pickpocket

Scanners

Insomnia

The Essential Jacques Demy

The Big Chill criterioncast:

The July 2014 Criterion Collection line-up

Pickpocket

Scanners

Insomnia

The Essential Jacques Demy

The Big Chill
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On the set of The Grand Budapest Hotel

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On the set of The Grand Budapest Hotel

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The Wrap interviews author of The Fault in Our Stars John Green and Nat Wolff who plays Isaac in the film adaptation. (x)

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Crowe’s characters stood in stark contrast to the teen films of the era; they were nervous and complicated and idiosyncratic, and that went for the grown-ups too. Say Anything… plays now like the last gasp from that era, a warm and sympathetic portrait of the teen years where everyone, even the grown-ups, transcends their stock type. But it also points the way towards more sophisticated ideas about the relationships between men and women, specifically by creating a proto-feminist male hero whose best friends are girls, and who sees his male contemporaries as laughable stooges.

Was ‘Say Anything…’ the End of a Teen-Movie Era?

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matthewgaydos asked:

That clip seemed a little jump cutty. I'm assuming it had to be trimmed to MTV's specifications?

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Yup.

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“Then, last year, while on a YouTube search, I found a fragment of what purported to be a never broadcast BBC interview of Ford from 1968. I recognized it instantly as the interview on which I had worked. The video looked like uncorrected, raw dailies; I could believe it had never been broadcast, although Joseph McBride says he saw a finished version titled ‘My Name is John Ford: I Make Movies.’ Here is the only fragment I have found, about 10 minutes. It has bad color, goes to B/W, jump cuts, and has video breakup from the transfer just at the beginning of the clip. But, yes, it is pure John Ford.” —My Morning with John Ford: Through a Pilsner Glass
So here it is — the full interview. As always, thanks to Larry Wright.

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“Then, last year, while on a YouTube search, I found a fragment of what purported to be a never broadcast BBC interview of Ford from 1968. I recognized it instantly as the interview on which I had worked. The video looked like uncorrected, raw dailies; I could believe it had never been broadcast, although Joseph McBride says he saw a finished version titled ‘My Name is John Ford: I Make Movies.’ Here is the only fragment I have found, about 10 minutes. It has bad color, goes to B/W, jump cuts, and has video breakup from the transfer just at the beginning of the clip. But, yes, it is pure John Ford.” —My Morning with John Ford: Through a Pilsner Glass
So here it is — the full interview. As always, thanks to Larry Wright.

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“Then, last year, while on a YouTube search, I found a fragment of what purported to be a never broadcast BBC interview of Ford from 1968. I recognized it instantly as the interview on which I had worked. The video looked like uncorrected, raw dailies; I could believe it had never been broadcast, although Joseph McBride says he saw a finished version titled ‘My Name is John Ford: I Make Movies.’ Here is the only fragment I have found, about 10 minutes. It has bad color, goes to B/W, jump cuts, and has video breakup from the transfer just at the beginning of the clip. But, yes, it is pure John Ford.” —My Morning with John Ford: Through a Pilsner Glass
So here it is — the full interview. As always, thanks to Larry Wright.

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// cinephilearchive:

“Then, last year, while on a YouTube search, I found a fragment of what purported to be a never broadcast BBC interview of Ford from 1968. I recognized it instantly as the interview on which I had worked. The video looked like uncorrected, raw dailies; I could believe it had never been broadcast, although Joseph McBride says he saw a finished version titled ‘My Name is John Ford: I Make Movies.’ Here is the only fragment I have found, about 10 minutes. It has bad color, goes to B/W, jump cuts, and has video breakup from the transfer just at the beginning of the clip. But, yes, it is pure John Ford.” —My Morning with John Ford: Through a Pilsner Glass
So here it is — the full interview. As always, thanks to Larry Wright.

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// cinephilearchive:

“Then, last year, while on a YouTube search, I found a fragment of what purported to be a never broadcast BBC interview of Ford from 1968. I recognized it instantly as the interview on which I had worked. The video looked like uncorrected, raw dailies; I could believe it had never been broadcast, although Joseph McBride says he saw a finished version titled ‘My Name is John Ford: I Make Movies.’ Here is the only fragment I have found, about 10 minutes. It has bad color, goes to B/W, jump cuts, and has video breakup from the transfer just at the beginning of the clip. But, yes, it is pure John Ford.” —My Morning with John Ford: Through a Pilsner Glass
So here it is — the full interview. As always, thanks to Larry Wright.

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// cinephilearchive:

“Then, last year, while on a YouTube search, I found a fragment of what purported to be a never broadcast BBC interview of Ford from 1968. I recognized it instantly as the interview on which I had worked. The video looked like uncorrected, raw dailies; I could believe it had never been broadcast, although Joseph McBride says he saw a finished version titled ‘My Name is John Ford: I Make Movies.’ Here is the only fragment I have found, about 10 minutes. It has bad color, goes to B/W, jump cuts, and has video breakup from the transfer just at the beginning of the clip. But, yes, it is pure John Ford.” —My Morning with John Ford: Through a Pilsner Glass
So here it is — the full interview. As always, thanks to Larry Wright.

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// cinephilearchive:

“Then, last year, while on a YouTube search, I found a fragment of what purported to be a never broadcast BBC interview of Ford from 1968. I recognized it instantly as the interview on which I had worked. The video looked like uncorrected, raw dailies; I could believe it had never been broadcast, although Joseph McBride says he saw a finished version titled ‘My Name is John Ford: I Make Movies.’ Here is the only fragment I have found, about 10 minutes. It has bad color, goes to B/W, jump cuts, and has video breakup from the transfer just at the beginning of the clip. But, yes, it is pure John Ford.” —My Morning with John Ford: Through a Pilsner Glass
So here it is — the full interview. As always, thanks to Larry Wright.

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// cinephilearchive:

“Then, last year, while on a YouTube search, I found a fragment of what purported to be a never broadcast BBC interview of Ford from 1968. I recognized it instantly as the interview on which I had worked. The video looked like uncorrected, raw dailies; I could believe it had never been broadcast, although Joseph McBride says he saw a finished version titled ‘My Name is John Ford: I Make Movies.’ Here is the only fragment I have found, about 10 minutes. It has bad color, goes to B/W, jump cuts, and has video breakup from the transfer just at the beginning of the clip. But, yes, it is pure John Ford.” —My Morning with John Ford: Through a Pilsner Glass
So here it is — the full interview. As always, thanks to Larry Wright.

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// cinephilearchive:

“Then, last year, while on a YouTube search, I found a fragment of what purported to be a never broadcast BBC interview of Ford from 1968. I recognized it instantly as the interview on which I had worked. The video looked like uncorrected, raw dailies; I could believe it had never been broadcast, although Joseph McBride says he saw a finished version titled ‘My Name is John Ford: I Make Movies.’ Here is the only fragment I have found, about 10 minutes. It has bad color, goes to B/W, jump cuts, and has video breakup from the transfer just at the beginning of the clip. But, yes, it is pure John Ford.” —My Morning with John Ford: Through a Pilsner Glass
So here it is — the full interview. As always, thanks to Larry Wright.

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cinephilearchive:

“Then, last year, while on a YouTube search, I found a fragment of what purported to be a never broadcast BBC interview of Ford from 1968. I recognized it instantly as the interview on which I had worked. The video looked like uncorrected, raw dailies; I could believe it had never been broadcast, although Joseph McBride says he saw a finished version titled ‘My Name is John Ford: I Make Movies.’ Here is the only fragment I have found, about 10 minutes. It has bad color, goes to B/W, jump cuts, and has video breakup from the transfer just at the beginning of the clip. But, yes, it is pure John Ford.” —My Morning with John Ford: Through a Pilsner Glass

So here it is — the full interview. As always, thanks to Larry Wright.

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OMG. A preview clip of the #tfiosmovie aired just before the MTV Movie Awards.