1.  J’ai pas sommeil (Claire Denis, 1994)

    (Source: creativenite, via clairedenis)

     
  2. zimbofilms:

    Powell & Pressburger’s Black Narcissus (1947)

     
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  4. Lonely Void - Mica Levi

    (Source: tomhahardy)

     
  5. (Source: nestyanyan)

     
  6. britishfilminstitute:

    You know you’ve made it when a laundrette pays tribute to you!

    PS: You can catch In The Mood For Love at BFI Southbank this month

     
  7. foreignmovieposters:

    Throne of Blood (1957). Cuban poster by Moia, 2009.

    (Source: oscars.org)

     
  8. howtocatchamonster:

    On the question of whether Haneke would make a film about Hitler: There is a question of responsibility … first and foremost to your viewers, your audience. Responsibility entails enabling your audience to remain independent and free of manipulation. The question is how seriously do I take my viewer, to what extent do I provide him with the opportunity of creating his own opinion…

    (via clairedenis)

     
  9. transylmania:

    Lars von Trier, Nymphomaniac (Vol. II), 2013
    Ingmar Bergman, The Virgin Spring, 1960
    Andrei Tarkovsky, The Sacrifice, 1986

    (via salesonfilm)

     

  10. "The commercial interruptions destroy the value of the picture! It is grotesque, it is uncivilized!"
    — Otto Preminger in reaction to Screen Gems airing of Anatomy Of A Murder with commercial interruptions as recalled by biographer Willi Frischauer in Behind The Scenes Of Otto Preminger, 1974. (via zimbofilms)