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 No.5821[Reply]

Shots/stills you like thread.

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Damn flood detection.


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And some early Kurosawa.


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 No.10799

>>10750

Beautiful.




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 No.4393[Reply]

looking for films including matters pertaining to; Magic : Philosophy : Paranormal : Dreams : Religion : Occult : Symbolism : Aliens : Demons & Angels : Metaphysics : Conspiracy : Secret Societies : Mind Control : Morality & Ethics : Mysticism : Qualia : Psychic Abilities – Anything that is fringe in some respect

>inb4 The Holy Mountain or The Matrix
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I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse


 No.10795

>>10794

intredasting, i didn't know about that one


 No.10798

>>10794

Wow, will check it out. Seems that the director was a collaborator of Jodo.




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 No.10553[Reply]

Post your ten favourite films and others in the thread give you recs based upon that list.

In no particular order:

>Nostalghia

>Parsifal (Syberberg)

>Nostos: The Return

>A Canterbury Tale

>The Leopard

>Die Nibelungen

>The Plea

>Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors

>Picnic at Hanging Rock

>Marketa Lazarova

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 No.10756

>>10702

>I enjoyed Out of the Blue very much

I'm happy to hear that, it's a very under appreciated film. I'm not sure I can give any other recommendations based on that. You could always give Hopper's other films a try, since I enjoyed them too.


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>>10559

> Veredas and Silvestre

I just saw God's Comedy. I was indifferent half the time. Perhaps I should have used the suggestions from this thread instead.

The humor was dry, sometimes so dry I felt I was missing it because of the language barrier. And his scenes with the girls seemed like Weinsteiney wish fulfillment, since he was the one who wrote and directed them.


 No.10789

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>inb4 shit taste

These are my favorite films, just films that I truly enjoy and can watch often, not the most obscure or anything. I would say that only the first three are in order from most to least favorite.

>Excalibur (1981)

I love how in this film the sword fights are not clean, but instead are very brutal. The characters get the shit beat out of them inside their armor with every swing. Favorite Boorman film here.

>On the Silver Globe (1977-88)

I love Zulawski. If only it could have been finished.

>L'amour Braque (1985)

Another Zulawski film. I've seen all except for The Blue Note, Third Part of the Night, and Cosmos. Violent and hypersexual like all of them.

>The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue (1974)

Probably the only zombie film that I like for quality.

>Flesh for Frankenstein (1973)

A funny film. I prefer it to Blood for Dracula.

>Happiness (1998)

I was contemplating whether to use this title or Storytelling. Solondz is one of the few filmmakers who still makes me laugh.

>Come and See (1985)

Good! Not a huge viewer of war films but it sure beats many. Rasputin is also good albeit a bit sluggish.

>Offret (1986)

Weird because I don't think this is his best film. I just was so involved in the story and main character. I don't know.

>The Basketball Diaries (1995)

Not a particularly good movie but easy to watch. I prefer it to other works in the loose genre (namely Larry Clark's shit, although Ken Park and Bully are tolerable, and Christiane F.).

>Valley of the Issa (1982)

One of the first Polish films I saw. It's like a bad dream, similar to an atmospheric horror film but a poetic piece in its own right.

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>>10789

>Favorite Boorman film here.

I didn't even know about Excalibur until a couple months ago, but I'm a big fan of Point Blank. Still need to see Zardoz too.


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>>10796

Point Blank is a great film. Zardoz is... interesting. I actually liked it but was expecting more from it.




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 No.3582[Reply]

Post 'em if you got 'em

But maybe not the same Star Wars images that always show up
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I just found these and I think they're really cool


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 No.10780

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from no film in particular, i just like this picture


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6 foot 5 inch Satyajit Ray crammed into the trunk of a Hindustan Ambassador for a shot while making The Middleman (1976)




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 No.891[Reply]

What film trackers are you on?
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 No.10650

>>9656

>Tehconnection

http://tehconnection.eu/ - http://archive.is/8gPdK

They say they got their servers seized. there is a mystery message aobut a " prominent private movie tracker". is it ptp?

>Due to a court order granted to the Attorney General of Quebec with the assistance of the Special Enforcement Unit, TehConnection's servers were seized, fortunately - we run a mirror server for the front-end which allowed us to back-up data offshore from the actual server before deleting all traces of TC.

>This happened less than 30 days after the Systems Administrator of TC was threatened by a member of staff at a prominent private movie tracker. Take your guesses.

>At this time we are re-evaluating our efforts to determine what sort of set-up is necessary to prevent this from happening again as well as negotiating with hosting firms in Russia and Hong Kong to determine if they will be able to provide us with the hardware, network and support we require at a manageable cost.

>Please donate to our efforts via BTC, keep seeding the torrents, and we will try and be back as soon as possible.

>1HVr7VpswDwaShhvDakQW7Ygcjyph3qVUL


 No.10658

>>10650

People say the site is hacked instead of seized. So that message may be from a hacker trying to get money.


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 No.10787

>>10785

cinemaz has had open registration for a long time now, is that a normal thing for private trackers?


 No.10790

>>10787

those two sites are open a lot, there are some other sites like that (demonoid I think)

I think cinemageddon used to be open with a user limit. Bithq used to have open registration periods too. But many private movie sites are closed with limited invites




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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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Frederick Wiseman's ASPEN (1991)

The IMDb rating of 6.5/10 puts it on the low end of the director's filmography. I don't think there's anything particularly wrong with it, but it does not have as many amazing real-life moments found in Wiseman's other films.

ASPEN begins and ends with scenes of church services - not what you'd expect from a documentary about the Colorado skiing town. In fact quite a lot of screentime is devoted to religion: a men's bible study, a new age discussion group, a seminar on Christian economics. Late in the film a pastor observes how easy it is to find God when you cross country ski into the mountains. I have to assume that Wiseman agrees with this sentiment, and he includes so much religious content to demonstrate how the area's natural beauty has inspired the local population to seek spirituality.

As you'd expect, the documentary also focuses a lot on Aspen's wealthy population, the sorts of people live who in every resort town. I made a clip of an early scene where a Gary Busey lookalike teaches painting to fellow yuppies in a multi-million dollar home.


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My first Sokurov film and I thought it was absolutely fantastic.

Reminded me of Malick's Thin Red Line in how it portrayed people existing on the fine line between life and death. I could watch the first part for hours, it's incredibly soothing and meditative. Only Tark has given me a similarly powerful, quasi-religious experience watching a film.


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Another movie/series I should've watched before I turned 14, there's nothing very special to it if you don't watch it at an impressionable age.


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TODO MODO'

Italian corporate and political elites gather at an underground facility for a religious retreat. The whole affair has sinister undertones of paranoia, surveillance, conspiracy, and murder ... all the ingredients of an engrossing political thriller. Ennio Morricone sets the creepy mood with a subdued, dissonant score.

I really like how Catholicism is used in this film. On the most basic level it confronts the powerful men with scathing words of conscience. Secondly we see the relationship between Church and State in Italy. Each props up the other, while both wane in influence. Finally the dark grey rooms feature bright white religious statues - an effective aesthetic contrast. These statues are surprisingly unsettling, often showing weeping and torment.

I assume TODO MODO remains under the radar because it focuses on a specific time in Italy's history. Many international viewers will miss certain references. But it's well-made and memorable with striking production design. Worth watching.


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Raw (2016)

Meh. Pretty weak all around.




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 No.5688[Reply]

Hey /film/ I'm gathering a bunch of movies for October. I stream them on a chat site and am aiming for less populists films that a general audience may have not seen. I should probably add a few crowd-pleasers but what do you think thus far and what would you add?

Here's the link to the spreadsheet, all the movies are hyperlinked to their letterboxd profiles.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1p_55onAr4mF3Y7eHOKRLnxNwx3a2QSb0HoGGIRN5CFw/edit?pli=1#gid=1957183597

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 No.10778

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Love God (1997)

>a schizophrenic with compulsive reading disorder tries hard to reintegrate into normal society, only for the Hindu Gods to continue to haunted him.

From imdb.com

https://www.dropbox.com/s/nxqye1wa208bthw/LoveGod.mp4?dl=0


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I might watch this one later in the month. I've never seen it.

btw you gotta love how all the posters try to make it look as scary as possible, except the Italians who can't resist making it sexy


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 No.4088[Reply]

What was the oldest film youve ever watched? did you liked it?

for me it was Duck Soup (1925)
And it was one of the best movies ive watched
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 No.10582

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You guys are missing a lot of cool attempts at moving pictures from BEFORE filmstrips were invented...

Watch this video on Eadweard Muybridge. If you don't know his name I think you'll like to learn about him. Among other things the man was responsible for the famous image of the galloping horse.


 No.10583

>>4088

Birth of a Nation. Nice enough film, though it has aged horribly despite what it accomplished. More impressed by the likes of Metropolis and how amazing the sets looked.


 No.10590

>>10581

>The film chronicles the adventures of an American, "Mr. West," and his faithful bodyguard and servant Jeddie, as they visit the land of the horrible, evil Bolsheviks.

this looks nice, i'm gonna download it, thanks


 No.10777

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The oldest feature I've ever seen is Nosferatu, which is my favourite adaptation of Dracula and one of my favourite movies in general. Max Schreck blows Lugosi out of the fucking water with his performance. The oldest short film I've seen with a narrative is embed related, from 1899. It's a fairly simple short visually and in terms of the narrative, but I think it's incredible that something as simple as a jump cut to swap out an object to us was revolutionary back then.

Oh and I guess I've seen the Roundhay Garden Scene. It's pretty neat.


 No.10784

>>10777

> I think it's incredible that something as simple as a jump cut to swap out an object to us was revolutionary back then.

i like how those cuts were used, so frequently and pretty fluid too.




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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.10720

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>>9657

>What are good soundtracks from recent movies

Oneohtrix Point Never - Good Time

I hope this video doesn't get deleted right away


 No.10735

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This library music track "Sammy Burdson - News Background" is used in the most recent Steven Soderbergh film Logan Lucky


 No.10744

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🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥


 No.10746

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This one is a little different. Music is folk instrumental with some field recording

Indian Summer (1960)

> An old farmer on New York's Delaware River is displaced by the construction of a reservoir.

(under 5 votes on imdb)


 No.10783

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steve moore - mayhem (2017)

>>5989




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 No.5886[Reply]

Chantal Akerman has passed away. I've only seen News from Home and Hotel Monterey but I appreciated her unique style, even if it required patience.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/07/arts/chantal-akerman-belgian-filmmaker-dies-65.html

http://blogs.indiewire.com/criticwire/chantal-akerman-pioneer-of-feminist-and-structuralist-film-is-dead-at-65-20151006

What's interesting about her personality is how she rejected the title of feminist film maker even though everyone wanted to put her in that box. Most obits you'll read today are quick to include that label in their descriptions of her. I remember hearing that she did not like doing "women's film festivals" and preferred regular festivals instead.

> I won't say I'm a feminist film-maker ... I'm not making women's films, I'm making Chantal Akerman's films. (London, 1979)

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 No.10514

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Tobe Hooper

http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/news/tobe-hooper-texas-chain-saw-massacre-director-dead-at-74-w499714

>While teaching college and making documentaries and TV commercials in his native Austin, Texas, Hooper gathered a cast of his students and fellow teachers to create a low-budget, Ed Gein-inspired horror film about a group of teenagers tormented by a family of cannibals and the chainsaw-wielding "Leatherface."

>Hooper told Interview in 2014 of the horror film, "I was in a department store around the holidays, thinking, 'I just can't wait to get out of this department store.' This must have been in 1972 or 1973. There were thousands of people in there, and I was weaving through them to get out, and I found myself in the hardware department. I looked down and there was a rack of chain saws in front of me for sale. I said, 'If I start the saw, those people would just part. They would get out of my way.' That birthed the idea of the chain saw. Obviously I didn't do that at the time."


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http://www.newsobserver.com/entertainment/celebrities/article170242902.html

>Karoly Makk, one of Hungary's greatest film directors whose "Cats' Play" was nominated for an Oscar in 1975, has died. He was 91.

>The Szechenyi Academy of Letters and Arts said Makk, who had been its president since 2011, died Wednesday. It didn't give a cause of death.

>Makk's film "Love," one of the best films about the aftermath of the failed 1956 anti-Soviet uprising and life under tyranny, won the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 1971. Between 1955 and 1987, six of his films, including "Liliomfi," ''Another Way" and "The Last Manuscript," were nominated for the top Palme d'Or award at Cannes.

>Makk was successful in many genres, including comedies and dramas. In a 2015 interview with Hungarian magazine Magyar Narancs, he rejected criticism about lacking a personal style.

>"I made all of my films, even the worst one, with me in the story with a gesture, a sentence or a look," Makk said. "It is terribly suspicious in this profession if someone can make a comedy just as well as another genre."


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A great Polish director died - Grzegorz Królikiewicz. Yes I had to copy and paste his name.


 No.10669

>>10659

RIP. He was an underrated director, worth seeking out


 No.10781

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 No.4115[Reply]

Does anyone know where I can watch La nuit fantastique? It isn't on thepiratebay and I really want to see it.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0041705/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
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>>4115

Hey /film/, Halloween's coming up and I've decided to finally get around to gathering up as many horror films as possible. I already have the Gates of Hell trilogy, Street Trash, Holocausto Canibal, Re-Animator, and a few others I can't remember off hand. I'm mainly looking for Italian horror, specifically giallo films, but most subgenres will do.


 No.10698

>>10695

It's on KG

>>10696

Wrong thread?


 No.10699

File: c646fa3a8b7e061⋯.png (1.19 MB, 1200x720, 5:3, psychomania.png)

>>10696

If you want more horror suggestions, try these

>>8373

>>5097

>>5688

>>9166

>>10117


 No.10775

File: 6f4662c2c7c9a80⋯.jpg (36 KB, 230x340, 23:34, kobieta i kobieta.jpg)

Anyone know where I could find Kobieta i Kobieta, by Ryszard Bugajski and Janusz Dymek?


 No.10776

>>10775

That makes me wonder what is the private polish tracker? >>10425




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 No.6736[Reply]

Kino thread

Post em

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 No.10063

>>9026

>I was wondering about making a gif grid but I don't have a very good gif maker

Gifs require a lot of space compared to video. If you do something complex in .gif you might create a huge file


 No.10730

File: 5f2b983872c502f⋯.jpg (2.17 MB, 3600x2720, 45:34, breza.jpg)

This must be one of the best Croation films. Cinematographer Tomislav Pinter


 No.10734

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>>10730

cool, some of those stills remind me of Vermeer or Steen


 No.10773

>>6786

What film is that on the left? It looks interesting. Searching 'Interrobang Film' yields only 'Interrobang Film Festival' and reverse image search leads only here.


 No.10774

File: d2ed47033d6656b⋯.mp4 (9.21 MB, 640x272, 40:17, INTERRABANG (Giuliano Biag….mp4)

>>10773

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0064488/

it's spelled Interrabang but the web search should have found it anyway




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 No.5632[Reply]

Let's have a thread specifically for longer content.

I don't watch television series since I'd prefer spend that time on, say, 10 completely different films. But I'm open to watching mini-series, a format situated between regular feature films and TV series. (It's just rare that I actually do it.)

Has /film/ seen any good mini-series (or old serials)? What long films have you seen, did you watch them in one day, and were they worth the time?

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 No.10640

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The most popular "long" film


 No.10641

File: e6c6249b90b130b⋯.jpg (1.37 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, fw3.jpg)

So many times I get sidetracked and never finish when I try to watch something that's very long

Feels bad man


 No.10642

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>>10641

watch this and you'll be cured. you can do it, i know you can. try 30 minutes each day.


 No.10770

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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0065035/

i just starting looking for it, has anyone seen this?


 No.10771

>>10629

All of Dennis Potter's TV work is worth checking out, though I think Singing Detective is his best.

>>10630

Just finished watching this today. Really stellar acting across the board (though I think John Hurt and Derek Jacobi deserve special mention). It really blows recent TV shows about Machiavellian politics (Game of Thrones, House of Cards US) out of the water.

Such a shame the BBC doesn't release quality television like this and The Singing Detective anymore.




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 No.8752[Reply]

Are television shows open for discussion here?

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 No.10617

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>>10616

>REMINDER TO WATCH THE CIVIL WAR

I've been thinking about watching that a lot lately, mainly because people can't even handle the thought of the Confederacy anymore. Do any of you guys know of a place to find it in good quality?


 No.10623

>>9818

>Cooking is traditionally a female task

Well obviously not in Japan


 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




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 No.10667[Reply]

Can /film/ recommend me some good slow-paced, meditative and spiritual кино for me to watch?

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 No.10700

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>>10689

I heard about it recently but still need to get it. This stunning image sold me.


 No.10737

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 No.10754

>>10737

Stalker(1979, Andrés Tarcóvquez) might be a bit too obsucre


 No.10755

>>10694

Well, I will track down that version and give it a watch.

>>10737

Seen all of Tarkovsky's works and I love them. If you can think of any similar films to Stalker, then that would be much appreciated.


 No.10768

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