Fan-made music video using Morrissey’s song Istanbul from the album World Peace Is None of Your Business using visuals from two of Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s films: Uzak and Three Monkeys.
The wonderful work of a childhood friend. I especially like the The Return ad with its beautiful organic imagery, sound and casting, and Billboard Magazine’s ‘See what it’s made of’ print work.
Just finished watching Boyhood, a film shot over twelve years with the same cast — amazing work by director Richard Linklater, known for the Before Sunrise trilogy.
Here’s Deep Blue by Arcade Fire, from Boyhood’s soundtrack:
Beautiful, subtly deep and layered film. Highly recommended.
If Moonrise Kingdom was about the 01960–01970s, the Grand Budapest is about the 01930s–01940s. Both speak of the human condition.
There was an elderly woman sitting next to me in the cinema. She was crying as the credits rolled.
Gif animations of classic film scenes.