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jwongy:

can’t wait to get mad about this all over again.

poc-creators:

Filmmaker Frances Bodomo won FOUR GRANTS, count em up FOUR at Sundance yesterday, totaling what looks like $25,000  to pull together a full length production of her short film Afronauts which premiered in  in the short film competition.  The sponsoring companies and organizations  were Kodak, Technicolor, the 2014 Women in Film/Calm Down Productions and Entertainment Partners.  Afronauts is a 13 minute black and white film that:

Afronauts tells the alternative history of the 1960s Space Race. It’s the night of July 16th, 1969 and, as America prepares to send Apollo 11 to the moon, a group of exiles in the Zambian desert are rushing to launch their rocket first. There’s only one problem: their spacegirl, Matha, is five months pregnant. Afronauts follows characters that have not been able to find a home on earth and are therefore attracted to the promise of the space race.

All information is via her twitter account @tobogganeer  (she has a tumblr of the same name) and  Powder Room Films  CONGRATULATIONS.

(via dynamicafrica)

Oscars: Nine Films Competing for Best Foreign Language Film | THR

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whiskeysoaked:

Trailer #2 for The Grand Budapest Hotel is perfect and I’m so excited. 

Classic

Classic

I’m exactly right for you, Bella. It will be easy as breathing with me.
— Jacob Black to Bella Swan, wounded, after the war with the newborns (via thecriticposter)

#whitechicks

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popculturebrain:

Trailer: ‘Frances Ha’ - May 17th

Directed by Noah Baumbach, written by Baumbach and Greta Gerwig, starring Gerwig, Mickey Summer, Adam Driver, Michael Zegen, and Patrick Heusinger.

(via Collider)

washingtonpoststyle:

bbook:

Watch the First Trailer for Noah Baumbach’s ‘Frances Ha’

“Frances Ha” is the reason we called Greta Gerwig “in” on the 2013 List.

yes.

lostinscarlett:

‘Vicky Cristina Barcelona’

(Source: gdimiyoung, via slightlypretentious)

classic.

classic.

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Paperman - Full Animated Short Film (by disneyanimation)

Wes Anderson: American Express Commercial (by hst74)