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01/31/14 EST Get Entertainment Newsletters: Follow: There was a time when movie posters were works of fine art, marked by their edgy subject matter, imaginative design and hand-drawn text. That time was the 1960s, during which Poland was an epicenter
01/30/2014 4:59 pm EST Courtesy Drafthouse Films Follow: Practically the moment Ben Wheatley's psychedelic period movie, "A Field In England" hit the British circuit last year, it was proclaimed a " future cult classic ," and Wheatley the next Sam
15 pm by Gabrielle Chung 0 comments Another year, another The Hunger Games installment. Part 1 and, though it lacks some serious Jennifer Lawrence face time, it definitely embodies the theme of breaking free.
Harry Styles may be in America, partying with his new showbiz pals as he takes a break from One Direction, however his face has been popping up in Melbourne too this week. An image of the 1D hunk has been used on posters to promote a gay club night
For February, Black History Month, Oakton Community College's Koehnline Museum of Art will exhibit Gems from the Koehnline: African-American Movie Posters.
That's definitely the case with a few of these "honest" Photoshop recasts of Acadamy Award Best Picture nominees from College Humor. Specifically, American Hustle might have done even better at the box office if it were really called "Jennifer
Sat., Feb. 1 at the Lundring Events Center in the Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center, 130 Overton Court, on the campus of California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks. The exhibition will feature more than 40 vintage film posters from Kaplan's
Judging by this rather outlandish and, frankly, unbelievably audacious gem scraped from the Nashville Craigslist for sale/wanted classifieds , an auto-obsessed audiophile claiming to be an employee of Chicago's Black Lion Studio is learning that
Photo Bank via Getty Matthew McConaughey 's transition his "McConaughaissance," if you will from rom-com stalwart to serious dramatic actor has been one of the more delightfully implausible career arcs we've seen. And if the eyes are the windows to
Long before its fledgling media knew its Eisenstein from its German physicists, 1920s Russian cinema needed to blow its own trumpet. Throughout that decade, it would produce what would come, in time, to be regarded as Soviet montage masterpieces, the