Before Heathe Ledger, there was this guy, in this very cult film…
© Brandon Lee (1965-1993) in “The Crow” released posthumously in 1994.
© “Tuvalu” (1999), directed by Veit Helmer
an experimental homage to silent cinema
Carl Th. Dreyer. April 1958 / Copenhagen
Photographer: Richard Avedon. All rights go to Richard Avedon. I am not the author of this image.
Contribution of Shayan Barzi
© Orson Welles – Vogue, Paris (December 1982 – January 1983)
© Lea Seydoux and Kacey Mottet Klein in “L’Enfant d’en Haut” (2012) by Ursula Meier
© Klaus Maria Brandauer in “Mephisto” (1981) by Istvan Szabo
© “Charlotte Rampling” by Youssef Nabil (Paris, 2011)/ Hand colored gelatine silver print
© Shelley Duvall & Sissy Spacek in Robert Altman’s “3 Women” (1977)
© Alexandre Sokurov on the set of his film “Alexandra”, 2007. / Contribution of Noir Barakat
“As soon as we cross the door [of a movie theater], one and a half hour of our life is inevitably gone. That time will never come back. Imagine what is the responsability of a filmmaker in front of those who will lose one hour and a half of their life to see his work!”
— Alexander Sokurov, Interviewed by Antoine de Baecque and Olivier Joyard, Cahiers du cinéma, Janv. 1998
© “The Holy Mountain” by Alejandro Jodorowsky (1973)