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3 People That Inspire Me

One person that inspires me is the Dance music producer Avicii (Tim Bergling). He is very much a mainstream artist but at the same time his less popular songs are very well put together and I aspire to be at his level. 284 more words

Avicii

Paths of Glory - Stanley Kubrick (1957)

As a third piece I thought it apt to pay homage to one of the true legends of cinema, Stanley Kubrick. To achieve what a legend such as Kubrick has, is tribute enough to such a talent. 410 more words

Cinema

World War I in Classic Film: A Historical Blogathon

UPDATE:  Day 2 of the blogathon has begun over at Movies Silently!  Be sure to drop in and see all the other posts we have lined up for you.   301 more words

Blogathons

Doughboys (1930)

Buster Keaton, Sally Eilers, Cliff Edwards. Dir: Edward Sedgwick

For those of you who have never read my blog before, allow me first to say “Welcome”. 2,853 more words

Classic Movies

Festival #8 Intro - Kurosawa in Color

Few directors of the last century have possessed as refined and self-aware a sense of visual impact as Akira Kurosawa, so his switch from making black and white films to color could not possibly be a mere aesthetic whim. 473 more words

ESFS Festivals

Harold Russell: Hero and Screen Legend

As much as I could say about The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) and all of the wonderful performances in it, I want to zone in mainly on one of the cast members: Harold Russell, a man who should be more well-known than he is today. 1,170 more words

Good Morning, Vietnam - 1987

Earlier this week, knocked somewhat sideways by the news of Robin Williams’ sudden death I discovered that a very good friend and fellow fan of Williams’ work had never seen… 578 more words

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