Actress Gong Li, star of “2046” and “Raise The Red Lantern” is the cover girl of the 32nd anniversary issue of the Chinese edition of “L’Officiel”. A serene old theater in southern Beijing served as the backdrop for the shoot; the photos depict Gong dressed like a queen, echoing her status as one of the best-known Chinese actresses.
Issue of August 2012, Chinese edition. Photographer: Feng Hai (冯海)
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Nagisa Oshima March 31, 1932 – January 15, 2013) was a Japanese film director and screenwriter. His films include In the Real of the Senses (1974), Furyo (1983) and Taboo (1999). Here he is, photographed by Bruce Gilden (1946-)! I am not the author of this image.
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Since we are big on gore films, we decided to do a little tribute to Leatherface aka Gunnar Hansen (1947-), born in Iceland. He majored in English and mathematics and then went to graduate school in Scandinavian Studies and English.
Here he is on the set of Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) directed by Tobe Hooper: with John Dugan and Edwin Neal. Unknown photographer. Help us identify the photographer and all the people in this image by writing to us.
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The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, a 1988 brilliant classic by Terry Gilliam, explores the mystical travels of the Baron and his friends. Check out the amazing sets through these behind the scenes images with the director and his crew !
Photography by Peter Marlow !
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David LaChapelle, born March 11, 1963 in Fairfield, Connecticut, is a photographer and director who works in the fields of fashion, advertising, and fine art photography, and is noted for his surreal, unique, sexualized, and often humorous style. LaChapelle’s work has been described as surrealist, grotesque, shocking and ironic. Here is his portrait of Daniel-Day Lewis’ head!
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Our very first Josef von Sternberg post !!
Check out this photo, behind the scenes: Josef Von Sternberg (seated) with cameraman Maximilian Fabian and (standing from left to right) Conrad Nagel, Matthew Betz and Renée Adorée on the set of Exquisite Sinner. 1926. (Unknown photographer)
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