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Hide and Seek

  
   Ready or not, here I come.
   I can still hear my voice calling out, a bright echo in a jagged loop.
   Hide and seek was a game we used to play all the time. 481 more words
John Biscello

No rookie contracts for the Rams draft picks yet? Don't panic

With the majority of OTA’s out of the way, the Los Angeles Rams remain the only team in the NFL that has yet to sign any of their rookies.  231 more words

Los Angeles Rams

Sur Mouchette(s) [extrait]

Avant de finalement entrer dans le sujet du suicide de(s) Mouchette(s), je vais aller un peu plus loin avec ce lien entre l’absence de pensée et l’intelligence du geste de(s) Mouchette(s). 492 more words

REFLECTION ON BRESSON: Bresson and Melville

‘Two halves of the same sphere.’ This idea comes from the comparison of Bresson and Melville in my book, ‘The New Filmgoer’s Guide to God’. I wrote there about their pessimistic universes, about Melville’s imprisoning of the American gangster in the French existentialist universe, about how in his prison cycle ( 680 more words

Cinema And Culture

Bresson: The Birth of Street Photography

Recently, I have been learning about the work of Henri Cartier-Bresson, a French humanist photographer.  He was known for taking candid photos of people in their natural, unaltered environments.   248 more words

Photography

“To photograph: it is to put on the same line of sight the head, the eye and the heart.”
― Henri Cartier-Bresson

Art & Design