Bette Davis, all macabre, for “Dead Ringer” (1964)

Perhaps one of Bette Davis‘ lesser known works is “Dead Ringer”(not to be confused with Dead RingerS by David Cronenberg). This film is directed by Paul Henreid and dates back to 1964. It’s a little gem worthy of viewing, in which Davis plays both a wealthy woman AND her twin sister who murders her as the noir thriller unravels alongside Karl Malden. Check out this beautiful still shot from the film! Unknown photographer.
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Bette Davis in Dead Ringer, 1964

Jean-Louis Trintignant plays Hamlet.

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

Malkovich sessions (by Sandro Miller)

American photographer Sandro Miller (1958-), professionally better known as Sandro, has been a photographer for over thirty years. He makes ad campaigns for major brands and editorial work for well known magazines, but at the same time focuses on his personal projects.
Amongst the various photography books Sandro released over the past 13 years are American Bikers, Imagine Cuba and El Matador.
His series Malkovich Sessions is a collection of portraits of John Malkovich taken throughout the last eleven years. They even shot a small experimental film together which will be posted on our Facebook page. Like us here.

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Sergei Eisenstein holding up something special…

This is a portrait of director Sergei M. Eisenstein (1898 – 1948 ) by Agustin Jimenez (1901-1974).

The director is holding up a sugar skull. It was taken while Eisenstein was filming his unfinished masterpiece Que Viva México, which would have outlined Mexican culture and politics from pre-conquest civilisation to the Mexican revolution. 

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