MoreOrLessJustLens
20 year-old | filmmaker | film critic | studying Cinema, Video and Multimedia Communication at ULHT
  • Lost River - Official Teaser

    (Source: oh-mattsmith)

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  • Self Made (2014)

    One of the films I like the most on this year’s edition of the Critic’s Week on Cannes.

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  • shootingmovies:

    5 reasons to love Xavier Dolan:

    1-He’s only 25 but he already wrote and directed 5 movies, the first one when he was 19 years old.

    2- He’s the producer, director and writer of all of his movies. And actor in some of them too. Oh, and he’s also the director of photography. And the film loader, casting director, set and costume designer. He’s also the guy who buys donuts. 

    3- Just look at him. He’s like the canadian god of flawless.

    4- His movies are reeeeally good. Four of his films got into cannes, each one awarded a prize. The first one, J’ai Tué ma Mère (I Killed my Mother) received an eight-minute standing ovation.

    5- He actually wrote this letter to Leonardo DiCaprio when he was 8.

    Extra: He’s the voice of Jacob Black in the french version of Twilight.

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  • thefilmstage:

    The official poster for Venice Film Festival 2014, inspired by François Truffaut's The 400 Blows.

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  • mpdrolet:

    Still from Paweł Pawlikowski’s Ida, 2013

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  • Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012)

    • Hushpuppy: When it all goes quiet behind my eyes, I see everything that made me lying around in invisible pieces. When I look too hard, it goes away. And when it all goes quiet, I see they are right here. I see that I'm a little piece in a big, big universe. And that makes things right. When I die, the scientists of the future, they're gonna find it all. They gonna know, once there was a Hushpuppy, and she live with her daddy in the Bathtub.
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  • Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012)

    "Stay Right Here" scene

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  • The Tree of Life (2011) soundtrack “Funeral Canticle”, by John Travener