Hans Hillmann’s poster for Antonio das Mortes (1969)

Hans Hillmann’s poster for Antonio das Mortes (1969), directed by Glauber Rocha.
Check out the Japanese poster of The Day of the Jackal here

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German poster of “The Caretaker” by Clive Donner

The Caretaker / The Guest (Clive Donner, 1963) German design by Hans Hillmann.
I am not the author of this image.
Check out another poster by Hans Hillmann of “Le Feu Follet” right hereThe Caretaker The Guest (Clive DonnCaer, 1963) German design by Hans Hillmann

 

Louis Malle, Le Feu Follet, German poster.

Le Feu Follet/ The Fire Within (1963, directed by Louis Malle) – Poster by Hans Hillmann.
Hans Hillmann was a major film poster designer in the 60s and 70s and is one of Germany’s best known graphic artists.
I am not the author of this image. Check out Louis Malle and Luis Bunuel, click here

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Last Year in Marienbad (1961) : My top 5 posters

Alain Resnais’ masterpiece “Last Year at Marienbad” (1961) is indeed one of many great works he delivered throughout the years. Along with “Hiroshima mon Amour” (1959), it is surely one of the director’s most known work.

Let us check out how the film got presented, through its posters, in France, Germany, Japan and Poland…

This first image is a poster painted by Ercole Brini (1913-1989), born in Rome, whose work ranges from Rear Window to The Bycicle Thief. His work is characterized by strong brush strokes together with a very distinct water-color style.

This Last Year in Marienbad is one of his distinguished works.

German poster: Letztes Jahr in Marienbad. Illustrated by Hans Hillmann 

German poster: Letztes Jahr in Marienbad. Illustrated by Tostmann (no mention of first name)

Japanese poster: Last Year at Marienbad (unknown illustrator)

Polish poster: Last Year at Marienbad. Illustrated by Wiktor Sadowski in 1992. 

NB- I am not the author of these images. All rights go to the artists.

Check out Alain Resnais’ concentration camp documentary, shot in 1955 in Poland, “Night & Fog”, here.