michael

exhaustedscreen:

'…do audiences switch to a different time frame, so to speak, when they enter the space of an art house cinema? Do they expect the pace of a film to be slower if they are watching an art film, bracing themselves for “boredom”? Can boredom, like slowness, be a pleasure that some audiences deliberately seek?'

- Song Hwee Lim, Tsai Ming-liang and a Cinema of Slowness, Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2014, p.29.

(via abstiegundzerfall)

forhandsthatsuffer:

Shadows (1959), dir. John Cassavetes
ayy lmao
bloodmania:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0205731/

Leslie Gore’s b-sides, maker’s mark and the void.

U always been cute tho.

I love u

forhandsthatsuffer:

Faces (1968), dir. John Cassavetes
199714424:

À propos de Nice (Jean Vigo, 1930)
thesufjanstevensmodel5000:

Letter from composer Bela Bartok to his son. “The clouds are again trying to come in through the window.”
Sonsonate, El Salvador, 1984
"The close-up modifies the drama by the impact of proximity. Pain is within reach. If I stretch out my arm I touch you, and that is intimacy. I can count the eyelashes of this suffering."
— Jean Epstein, “Magnification.” (via globeandmale)
199714424:

Tokyo-Ga (Wim Wenders, 1985)
non-dues:

Kohei Yoshiyuki - (from The Park series)