Two Great Film Director Satyajit Ray and Akira Kurosawa at the 1982 Venice Film Festival in Italy.
“Not to have seen the cinema of Ray means existing in the world without seeing the sun or the moon.”
– Akira Kurosawa on Satyajit Ray
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As of late, we’re all enjoying Jean-Louis Trintignant‘s brilliant performance in Haneke’s Amour. However, before his work with Roger Vadim in 1959 on ” Dangerous Liaisons”, he actually turned to theater and interpreted HAMLET. he reprised this role in the 70s.
Let’s discover these rare photos from that era.
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Jean Louis Trintingnant plays Hamlet, 1970, photo by Leonard de Raemy. Paris/ France. © Leonard de Raemy/Sygma/Corbis.
French actors Bulle Ogier and Jean-Louis Trintignant rehearsing the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare, directed by Maurice Jacquemont at the Théâtre de la Musique. 1971. By Michel Ginfray. Paris/ France.
© Michel Ginfray/Apis/Sygma/Corbis
Tilda Swinton, star of We Need To Talk About Kevin (2011), Burn After Reading (2008), Virginia Woolf’s adaptation of Orlando (1992) among others, appeared on the cover of AnOther magazine for their spring/summer issue of 2009.
Tilda is the first British actress to cover AnOther Magazine and she’s wearing some new, hot British designers: Mark Fast, Louise Goldin, Mary Katrantzou, Craig Lawrence, Peter Pilotto.
Photography by Craig McDean, Stylist: Panos Yiapanis
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The Seventh Seal (1957) by Ingmar Bergman- posters from all over the world. No further introduction needed.
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Yul Brynner began acting and modeling in his twenties and early in his career he was photographed nude by George Platt Lynes (1907-1955). These shots were taken in 1942. No comment necessary.
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Fronkonsteen, we mean, of course. Directed by Mel Brooks, this 1974 film became a cult favorite and was shot with many of the same props and lab equipment as the original Frankenstein in 1931. It starred Gene Wilder, Marty Feldman, Terri Garr and Peter Boyle here with the director on set! What a bunch!
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On the Young Frankenstein set- Teri Garr, Gene Wilder, Marty Feldman, Peter Boyle, Mel Brooks.
Mel Brooks, Marty Feldman
Eddie Marsan is one of director Mike Leigh’s favourite actors but he has also worked with Scorsese, Spielberg, Michael Mann, Woody Allen and Guy Ritchie. He turned heads, and a few stomachs, as tormented Olivia Colman’s vicious husband James in Paddy Considine’s directorial debut, Tyrannosaur (Click here). He was awesome in Vera Drake (2004) & The Disappearance of Alice Creed (2009) and pretty disturbing in Happy-Go-Lucky (2008).
We love him, his films and this stellar portrait of Marsan that appeared in HUNGER magazine (october 2012).
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