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 No.11143[Reply]

Would it be morally just watching the highest tier films while eating McDonalds.

Also this isn't shitposting, I'm dead serious and need your opinions, I eat it weekly and may as well enjoy it with great movies.

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 No.11246

>>11210

I never explicitly said that. I agree, eating takes away from the experience but still.

>>11213

That's a good idea actually, some roasted nuts and some cranberry juice would do, a more subtle taste would help focus equally on the film and food.


 No.11274

I tried it yesterday, it was pretty good, so was the film, I'll try it later today as well if I'm still awake, or alive, hopefully neither.


 No.14052

>>11176

Jokes on you I'm behind a proxy.


 No.14053

>>11210

this

The only patrician thing to do is smoke while in kino.

I usually smoke when watching on tv too


 No.14132




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 No.8752[Reply]

Are television shows open for discussion here?

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 No.10739

File: d20556f5acef64c⋯.mp4 (6.54 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Columbus Day.mp4)


 No.10757

>>10739

The Sopranos is top teleкино, easily the best thing HBO has ever done.


 No.10769

>>10617

The.Civil.War.1990.REPACK.720p.BluRay.DD5.1.x264-DON


 No.12698

File: 8bfcc3c05dbfb60⋯.webm (1.52 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Anti Capitalists.webm)

I'm sure almost everyone knows about Mitchell and Webb by now. They've made a lot of funny content for TV and radio. Here's a clip from one of their lesser known pilots.

I think it's interesting how there's very few comedy duos in the United States anymore. Maybe the comedy duo is more popular in the UK. Michell and Webb also do plenty of radio sketch comedy. That format definitely doesn't exist in the US.


 No.14131

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Admit it, they were kino despite how cartoony they got.




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 No.14067[Reply]

Hey, /film/, thought I would start a thread on independent film makers that browse here. Just finished my fantasy film two years in the making, working on some final music selections (very minimalist).

We wanted to make a basic fantasy film that is more like Conan The Barbarian and Dark Souls, with some cinematography similar to what you would see in Samurai Jack at times. 13th Warrior was also a big inspiration. The plot isn't complicated, but it is more about the shots and the atmosphere of the film. We shot this over the course of two years for about 5000.

The film is called Spriggan. Looking to release it in about a week or so to Amazon, etc. Take it to some festivals as well.

What are some projects you are working on, or roadblocks that you are running into making your film?

Here are a few stills.

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 No.14117

>>14115

Why not just magnet link, like a true chad?


 No.14120

>>14117

Oh fuck, Idk how to do that.

>>14116

You're welcome. I hope you all like it.


 No.14121

Is this world premiere? Or maybe advance screening.

I don't know if you'd want to use a magnet because you would have less control over it


 No.14122

>>14121

>less control

What does that even mean? You can download it straight off from youtube in 1080p quite easily and then share it on tpb/here/wherever. It depends only on that if he wants to share master or more transparent version than the YT one and let others to make it somewhat immortal. It will get there anyway.

I don't know if amazon/hulu even offer downloads and in what quality, but the industry standard is around 5000 Kbps when 1080p, and that's not enough even if encoded properly in hevc, and only god knows how they encode shit.

Anyway, I'm just downloading it. Would eventually buy physical copy if good, but shipping overseas is still very costly.


 No.14129

>>14121

>>14122

Advance screening, premiere will be at a festival.

Feel free to download, we'll have physical available but idgaf if you download it tbh. People will one way or another haha. I just hope people like it and maybe reach out to us about it.




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 No.6385[Reply]

What are some movies with evil, irredeemable, merciless protag(s)

i'm talking william munny levels of bitterness and hatred

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 No.6389

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sword of doom

also many serial killer and noir films


 No.14036

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

The Way of the Gun was refreshing for the main characters were actually scumbags and not some honorable mobsters or hesitant anti-heroes/Robin Hoods.


 No.14041

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Angst (1983)


 No.14043

>>14041

Well, he was more, hmm, mentally ill than filled with conscious hatred. Was he even sentinent?


 No.14127

>>14043

Does having elaborate thoughts count as sentience.




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 No.8872[Reply]

Post kino movies which are on youtube, so anyone can have bookmarked in case someone wants to watch them.

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 No.13680

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>>13669

>I'm a Sedmikrasky fan.

How about Fruit of Paradise?


 No.13683

>>13654

Did he flub one of the reveals, presenting a jack instead of ace, then playing it off like it was intentional?


 No.13686

>>13654

OK this guy sent me down a youtube rabbit hole of false shuffles and cuts. The Zarrow shuffle is brilliant. Ricky Jay uses it many times in the video.

https://youtu.be/XK70Hb2RGVE?t=2m19s


 No.13687

>>13683

I think so, I noticed the same thing.


 No.14126

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This is an amateur horror film that can be watched on youtube. I enjoyed it, and I wonder if anyone else would. Has some nudity, so NSFW.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=CcAeSQ6yly4




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 No.11115[Reply]

I thought this might be a good idea so that we don't crowd the catalog and that threads of a higher quality can remain more accessible for longer. I'll start... and I apologize because I know how vague this is going to be. A couple months back (and I think it was on this board) I saw a recommendation for a French film that was made in the last five years. It's most obvious characteristic was the intense, unusual camerawork; holding on strange angles and shaking violently at times. I saw a scene and all I remember is that it took place in the woods, with two characters maybe? That's all I have...

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 No.14046

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>>14034

>a teen that build a working nuclear bomb for a school project


 No.14047

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>>14034

>They build a "spaceship" inside and travel to space


 No.14082

What do people see in giallos? Aside from niggers that think aesthetics are just visual/sound gimmicks? I've seen few, most recently Deep Red and those films are too silly; it reminds me of american obssession with b(and less)-movies or, how do they proudly refer to them, cult movies.


 No.14087

>>14082

I got interested in them because I liked rare soundtracks before seeing any of the movies


 No.14114

>>14082

Because Suspiria got a recent remake so people are starting to get interested in those. I'm italian, I think they are bullshit and I had the exact same thought even before this mania started

>it reminds me of american obssession with b(and less)-movies or, how do they proudly refer to them, cult movies.

It's exactly what it is about. Giallo is in italy is a type of literature (what is called pulp everywhere else) and giallo movies are basically our equivalent of what americans call grindhouse.

Same exact shit. Italian cinema got ruined by this americanization of movies too.

Btw the B or lesser movie obsession I think it's just a bastardization (muttification if you like) of what Chaiers du cinema, who first "discovered" the value of B movies who were more free to experiment and more "auteurial", said. Americans only weren't able to understand that within the context of classical hollywood it made sense, after it didn't and then Tarantino said it was cool to like them so now here we are.

I enjoy watching these cheesy grindhouse/B movies or less too. With a bit of self irony and a bit of admiration for having put out a movie with little money and little time and still be able to deliver and even try some more out there approach. If I have to watch something entertaining and interesting (for the gimmicks) they deliver and they don't take themself seriously. Still we never had a Seijun Suzuki in Italy so you are really not losing out anything.

>>14082

> it reminds me of american obssession with b(and less)-movies or, how do they proudly refer to them, cult movies.




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 No.240[Reply]

I'll be dumping stuff from old archives, feel free to join.
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 No.13849

>>13847

Not so much at all. He didn't like travelling and was making money, before and after war, dubbing films into spanish, if I'm not mistaken. Other than that he was some time sponsored by french family of aristocrats, Noilles, and after that sponsored by some american museum etc and constatly asked his mommy for money. I wouldn't call him vagrant, just good-for-nothing who met bunch of intelligent people at university, that held him above waters of shit for some time.

>he never made anything seriously

I think he was only afraid of being challenged, if it's true.

>But i do think he played politics, just in such a level only he, his friends and some dudes who were in the joke could understand.

not really

the whole surrealist movement coquetted with commies and earlier with anarchists, maybe they condisdered them tools, but his memories say otherwise, the movement as a whole sucked soviet dick until maybe 50s when sartre said it's all bullshit

for example there was russian ballet in paris? he didn't fuck one of them only because he, for some retarded reason, started to talk about politics and she was clearly anti-soviet

despite being surrealist, lacking the irrationial in everyday life and hoping for fundemantal thrill and change of life at least state-wide, despite his hoping for war, violence, revolution for revolution, the absolute nothingness, he didn't participate in the spanish civil war and was terrified by the horrendous killings by falangists and anarchy anarchists did

he once said he can't understand politics-fueled killings and was scared by them, but did understand and wasn't scared of people just killing people for joy, for nothing and said it's the absolute surrealistic act; you decide

>due to his machinations

He was spy? and propagandist for the republic when in paris 35-39 if I'm not mistaken and was banned for Las Hurdes, that was his only political film sponsored by anarchist Acin who won a lottery. He was banned only under Franco, Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.13852

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>>13845

>But, what is leftism anyway?

Generally the agreement of eventually reaching a society lacking hierarchy, or the process of removing one hierarchy. Even those who no longer believe in reaching said society follow systems made to create said society.

>>13840

>Michael Moore.

If someone here actually made this list I highly recommend to the mods that they try getting their ip and leaking it so we can hunt them down. On the topic though liberals are generally not leftist in the same group that those above are as they do not want removal of a or/and all hierarchies, only to preserve it and fix certain problems within the hierarchy.


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I don't see these posted, from 4channel. "Essential /film/core" which was probably only posted on /tv/ and "Exit Level Arthouse" with entry-level stuff like Blowup and Le bonheur. It's better to avoid lofty sounding chart titles when the choices are so random. I wonder if the same person made multiple charts with The Steel Helmet? I think I've seen it about 3 different times.

Petty griping aside, there's some good stuff in these too.


 No.14105

>>13840

>tfw not understanding Guy DeBord.

>canadians


 No.14106

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>>14100

>Org (1979)

I was hoping to have a better version of that by now. I remember a trailer posted here for the stellar new restoration. The old version looked like crap - did it even have subtitles?

And what do people see in Muriel. It's my lowest ranked Resnais so far. I wasn't feeling it.




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 No.9296[Reply]

What do you think of them, /film/?

Post ones you like

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 No.12398

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Brutalism in Film: Blade Runner 2049

Technically this is not an essay, it's an overview of a particular visual motif. There's minimal commentary.

The vimeo channel has interesting videos about visual techniques, themes, etc. For example THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN - 71 Split Diopter Shots - https://vimeo.com/179107560


 No.12562

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Wild Strawberries


 No.12648

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Yes, well, it's time to discuss Robert Bresson's fascination with DOORS


 No.12712

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Notorious


 No.14089

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The best video essays of 2018

Straight from the firehose: 200 or so of 2018’s most outstanding videographic criticism, as chosen by 47 top practitioners, curators and scholars, to keep you busy through 2019.

https://www.bfi.org.uk/news-opinion/sight-sound-magazine/polls-surveys/best-video-essays-2018




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 No.812[Reply]

ITT great soundtracks
I know I've mentioned Drowning with Numbers recently since I watched it recently but damn it's got a hell of a soundtrack.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NRzj0JZk9M
Have the Akira soundtrack as a bonus:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Owm7GUhogk
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 No.13936

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I wish CM would stop being a bitch and allow us to upload mp3s/flac. There are still some pieces of music that aren't on streaming sites. The best track from this OST is nowhere to be found.


 No.13937

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Similar to the previous post, groovy tunes from a Jack Nicholson biker movie: Hell's Angels on Wheels


 No.13943

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John Barry's theme for On Her Majesty's Secret Service is a great instrumental.

So great, in fact, it was a placeholder theme for The Incredibles, going by the arrangement that played in the teaser trailer with Bob trying to put his belt on.


 No.13944

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>>13943

I thought OHMSS was used as the main music for Goldeneye 64, but it's been a while since I played it

I've always liked the Louis Armstrong track from that movie too. I think it was the last music Armstrong recorded. It's probably my favorite song of any Bond movie. Again Barry does an excellent job with delicate orchestration.

I embedded John Barry's title music for Seance on Wet Afternoon. This was one of his first soundtracks, a creepy slow-burning English gem featuring a young-ish Richard Attenborough. Well worth watching.


 No.14078

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Les Raisins De La Mort, Theme by Philippe Sissman

I'm really digging this music, from a Jean Rollin film I haven't watched yet




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 No.855[Reply]

In this thread I will post links to interesting looking films from KG.

You can post too, but if they look like crap I will call you out on your shit taste.
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 No.13904

so where is the freelech


 No.13905

>>13904

>so where is the freelech

cg and tik

this thread says

2018 FL started Tuesday the 16th

2017 FL started Friday the 13th

maybe kg will start in a couple days


 No.13910

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File: e14ea73fdbd5d63⋯.jpg (386.72 KB, 733x572, 733:572, Empire.jpg)

The talk about Mekas in another thread made me think of Empire since he was involved with shooting it. There's this nice comment on karagarga about a screening of the complete version, a fun read for those of us who won't get to see it or wouldn't want to devote that amount of time

https://www.theabbeydalepicturehouse.com/event/yorkshire-silent-film-festival-empire-by-andy-warhol/


 No.14019

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>>13904

This weekend (maybe)


 No.14077

>>14019

it started




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 No.4494[Reply]

What is your opinion on sentimental films or sentimentalism narratives in general?

Has a film ever ever made you cry out of pure sentimentality.

 No.4495

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I'm open to sentimentality and try not to be too cynical or stoic. As far as effectiveness, I guess it all depends how it's presented. No one wants to be cheaply manipulated. My pet peeve in this regard is overscoring.

John Ford includes sentimentality quite often. It usually seems to work. I think How Green Was My Valley had the greatest impact on me.

There might be another layer to older movies, independent of narrative – a feeling of sentimentality for the time in which they were made.


 No.14076

Bumping for the topic.




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 No.2266[Reply]

Post your /film/ related webm here!

OC is best … but share any clips that you find mindblowing, funny, bizarre, unique, etc.

I think the only limit imposed by the site is that files must be < 8 MB.
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 No.13245

>>13244

whoa nice clip

I wonder how often they cheat on shots like that. It seem like they could seamlessly paste footage together if they wanted.


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 No.14001

File: 9ab56c78b000875⋯.mp4 (10.71 MB, 1024x576, 16:9, Corporate Marxism.mp4)


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 No.5097[Reply]

I just watched Begotten and I'm not sure if I liked it or hated it. It was definitely different! I loved the no dialog aspect and some of the visuals.

Anyone else have any recommendations like this flick?

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 No.8808

>>8783

You've seriously never seen that episode of Spongebob?

Is this thread seriously that dry and humorless that they turn their heads like a confused puppy at the first sight of shitposting?


 No.8809

>>8808

I was being a retard and yes I have seen the episode


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 No.14065

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This reminds me of Begotten.




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 No.6503[Reply]

8chan migration is nearly 2/3 complete. Once migration has finished, we will begin using the new site. You can monitor the progress at https://twitter.com/8ntech/ and >>>/next/3556

Posts on /film/ after No. 6502 will not be on the new site when we switch, so you might want to hold off on posting for about a day. That said, we will try to manually recreate whatever gets posted in the interim and feel free to ask questions here if you have any.

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 No.14064

>>14062

We aren't moving to Infinity Next after all


 No.14066

>>14017

i'm nowhere near Canada, that's the weird part.


 No.14070

>>14063

Then you're IP is now just blocked in my adblocker.


 No.14075

>>14070

That's terrible.




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 No.6630[Reply]

New thread, old one's too big alredy.

What was the last thing you watched, and what did you think of it?

Old thread here: >>2428

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 No.13694

>>13676

>Honestly, I miss movies from this time as they were escapism and not so political.

Yes it's disappointing that there is suddenly an intense focus on the political views of everything everywhere. A movie is good if it presents the proper worldview. It reminds me of what I've heard about USSR... art must be propaganda. Sometimes Soviet films were banned because they didn't praise Stalin enough.


 No.14055

What the fuck is wrong with the french?


 No.14056

>>14055

Can you give me an example.


 No.14058

File: 1ebc726d9a41d96⋯.mp4 (Spoiler Image, 886.57 KB, 672x416, 21:13, b876f285.mp4)

>>14056

he probably came from >>>/tv/1828193


 No.14060

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/tv/ suggested me Punishment Park and it was quiet good for a low cost production. A bit over the top with the pig stuff but I was impressed by the reality TV look. I thought this kind of thing was invented much much later.




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