To honor its 100th anniversary, the ASC has published Our First 100 Years, a 154-page hardcover book featuring dozens of high-quality archival photos alongside the personal stories of 77 Society members. LIMITED SUPPLIES are now available for purchase directly via the ASC Store. Follow the link in our stories. #TheASC#ASC100
It went from raining HARD AF to being beautiful af😬 Here are a few shots😂 📸: @l.4.d
We had such an amazing time working 🎥 with @alztoronto. Alzheimer's is a disease that affects the brain by an accumulation of abnormal proteins. Once these proteins accumulate they become toxic to the cells and kill them. Alzheimer's is fatal and in less than 15 years, the number of Canadians living with Alzheimer's will double. @alztoronto is working incredibly hard to research a cure that they believe is only a few years away. But they need your help! Please visit @alztoronto to learn how you can support ♥️
At one point, the producers of the "Rush Hour" trilogy (1998-2007) considered shooting a third and fourth installment, back-to-back.
Olá amigos... Nao sabemos ao certo o que se anda a passar... mas ao que parece a nossa especie de comando ganhou vida...📺 Transformando-nos nas personagens mais maravilhosas que vocês alguma vez já viram!🎥🎬😍 E como todos vocês já conhecem a celebre frase: Comando na mão e..... P.s. Só temos a dizer...Está digno de um Óscar 🏆
"See der Freude" ist auf seinem 8. Oscar-qualifizierenden Festival - dem Leuven International Short Filmfestival in Belgien - von der internationalen Jury für den Europäischen Filmpreis 2020 in der Kategorie "Bester Kurzfilm" nominiert worden! Wir gratulieren!
Bilder: Living Pictures Production • • • • • • LAKE OF HAPPINESS//See der Freude
The Color of Pomegranates, directed by Sergei Parajanov, screenplay by Sergei Parajanov, cinematography by Suren Shakhbazyan, music by Tigran Mansuryan, and edit by Sergei Parajanov and Marfa Ponomarenko.
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The lack of recognition for women working behind the scenes is not out of character for the #GoldenGlobes, which have only nominated five female directors throughout the past 76 ceremonies. #BarbraStreisand is the only woman to have won, which she did for 1983′s “Yentl.” Ava DuVernay, one of the other four women, was notably snubbed this year for her critically acclaimed miniseries “When They See Us". . .
Director Alma Har’el, whose film “Honey Boy” is considered an awards contender, took aim at the structural issues underlying the all-male slate: “These are not our people and they do not represent us,” she tweeted. “Do not look for justice in the awards system. We are building a new world." 💪🏽💪🏾💪🏿 (Swipe left <---- ) . .