“A good film script should be able to do completely without dialogue.”
David Mamet (via jamesgrantbrown)

Mamet knows

Actress Juliette Binoche and dancer Akram Khan photographed by Marianne Rosenstiehl, 2008.

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marshmallow-mars:

The creators of Orphan Black gave me really good advice about television writing in the Reddit AMA and I’m geeking out right now.

speaking my language…

marshmallow-mars:

The creators of Orphan Black gave me really good advice about television writing in the Reddit AMA and I’m geeking out right now.

speaking my language…

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Goo Goo Dolls - Here Is Gone [Official Music Video]

bbook:

If “fashion is a language,” then its onscreen translation transcends time or place. When it comes to the sartorially-minded film characters that we love and those that linger in our mind, it’s not only the unique or striking sense of dress that tickles our fancy, but the way in which they absorb the wardrobe of the character into their personality and the essence of the role. And in looking back through cinema’s past, there are countless films whose style now serves as a beacon of fashion iconography.

However, when it comes to examining the way we dress ourselves in everyday life and that constant desire to reinvent and invigorate ourselves aesthetically, you can always look to the movies for a wealth of inspiration. So from the candy-flipped punk-y pleasures of Gregg Araki’s characters and Sofia Coppola’s dreamy pastel ennui to the elbow-patched and academic pleats of Woody Allen and the heartbreakingly haute world of Wong Kar-wai, let’s take a look back on a fantastic list of films featuring some of cinema’s most stylish characters.

CINEMA’S MOST ENVIABLE WARDROBES: PART II

totalfilm:

Keanu Reeves is out for revenge in the first trailer for John Wick: watch now
The first trailer has landed for John Wick, in which Keanu Reeves sets out on a bloody mission of vengeance against the gangsters who took everything from him…
“An actor entering through the door, you’ve got nothing. But if he enters through the window, you’ve got a situation.”
Billy Wilder (via jamesgrantbrown)