On the set of “Dr.No” (1962), Ian Fleming and Ursula Andress had a lot to discuss. Unknown photographer. CAPTION THIS !
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Georges Franju (1912-1987), French director extraordinaire and founder of “La Cinémathèque de France” in Paris along with Henri Langlois is also the creator of the masterpiece “Les Yeux sans Visage” in 1960.
I am happy to present these hard-to-find photos of one of my favorite figures working behind the scenes.
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Edith Scob, Alida Valli and director Georges Franju rehearse a scene of Les Yeux Sans Visage.
Franju and his favorite “patient” on set!
Love him or hate him, check out this portrait of director Peter Greenaway by British photographer Steve Pyke.
In June 2011 – Peter Greenaway, British artist and film director, was the special guest at this year’s ICOM Annual Meetings, held from 6 to 8 June 2011 at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. In his presentation entitled The New Visual Literacy, he discussed the global museum’s obligation in this new digital age to promote the visual.
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by Steve Pyke
bromide print, 1983
14 3/4 in. x 14 5/8 in. (374 mm x 370 mm)
Given by Steve Pyke, 1988