On set of Sam Peckinpah’s Major Dundee

Senta BERGER and Charlton HESTON in 1964 in Cuernavaca, Mexico, during the filming of Sam PECKINPAH’s Major Dundee (1965), the photos are from Bill RAY.
Check out Bela Lugosi on set of Dracula here

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Tilda Swinton for W Magazine! Superb shots!

Tilda Swinton shot by Tim Walker at the Las Pozas estate, Mexico, for W Magazine (2013) !

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Check out Tilda Swinton’s tribute to British Fashion in AnOther Magazine right here

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On the set of The Wild Bunch (1969)

In 1969, Sam Peckinpah made The Wild Bunch, a film that would later become one of the best Westerns ever with its technical innovation as well as graphic depiction of violence. Here are some behind the scenes photos of the director and his cast and crew on location in Mexico. I totally love that first photo with William Holden!
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Not your typical hollywood heroine: Miss Bala (2011)

© Based on the real-life drama of Miss Sinaloa, Laura Zuniga.
“Miss Bala”(2011) is directed by Gerardo Naranjo and offers a re-look at beauty pageants, female action figures & corruption in contemporary Mexico. It premiered at Un Certain Regard in Cannes in 2011.
I thought this film poster was the most interesting out of the bunch. Below it is the photo of the actual beauty queen.