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『レズビアン・ヴァンパイア～吸血鬼たちとの夏～』出演・朝倉ことみ 武藤つぐみ みおり舞 Lesbian Vampire
『レズビアン・ゴースト～死者の恋わずらい～』出演・芦名ユリア 浜崎真緒 宮下華奈 The Lesbian Ghost
『レズビアンの恋まじない～憧れの先生を私だけのものにしたくて～』出演・篠田ゆう ましろあい Curse of the Lesbian Love
I just came back from the cinema and that's what I did. It's been cut like that 'cause my phone died after the first few seconds and I thought my iPod stopped recording as it told me it's about to die soon too.
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In early Russian cinema there was an unique style of film projection called "cinema-declamations(kinodeklamatsii)".
This video contains 3 short films shot for "cinema-declamation" with newly recorded declamation. This "reconstruction" was done by Russian researcher Nikolai Izvolov and his collaborator Alexander Negreba.
The reconstructed 3 films are:
"The Husband in a Villa, or A Tragedian In Spite Of Himself"(based on one-act play by Chekhov, director:Alexander Arbo,1911)
"Boris Godunov.A scene from the tragedy by A.S.Pushkin"(director:Unknown, performed by actors under the control of N.Pleskov, Cinematographer:
Louis Forestier, 1911 )
"The Beautifil Lukanida, or the War of the Longicorns and the Stag-beetles" (Director: Wladyslaw Starewicz,1912)
The attached PDF file contains the original Russian text and the English text of subtitles.
Direct link URL：http://necfru.jp/video?id=3899
From the Golden Age of Hollywood to the heyday of modern cinema and through to the new millennium, these actresses captured the spirit of their generation. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Era Defining Actresses of All Time.
Spooks McGhie and Abib Jahleel of Lyons Den Cinema (http://lyonsdencinema.tumblr.com/) release the second music video from his recent EP "Olin" available now! FREE DOWNLOAD! https://spooksmcghie.bandcamp.com/album/olin "Shine Tomorrow" Produced By Duke Bl@ck, Written By A. Rodney, O. McGhie, and A'Lura Shaneé Additional Guitar and Production by Von Phoenix and Spooks McGhie. Song Also Available on ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/shine-tomorrow-single/id908572463 Special Thanks to STZ Media Studio Z For their professionalism and hospitality. https://www.facebook.com/pages/STZ-MediaStudio-Z/222275251272999 Carisha and Michael Coverson, Amina Patterson ( https://aminapatterson.bandcamp.com/ ), Diane Daponte, Stan The Zombie ( https://www.facebook.com/zombiestanbowman ), Gary Bennett, Krishaun Green, PURE ( https://www.facebook.com/pages/PURE/396438290498969 ) Charles C. Pinkman and Everyone that has showed love and support for this project!
Sometimes, cinematic beauty comes packaged with an air of mystery and danger that the hero just cannot resist! Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the top 10 femme fatales in modern cinema. And, we should warn you; a SPOILER ALERT is probably in order.
In the tragic history of maltreated cinema, I can think of no worse example than the 1994 film by Bill Forsyth, “Being Human”. The director of “Gregory’s Girl” and “Local Hero” wrote a fantastic screenplay about the gentle soul of a simple man’s journey thru the ages, seeking happiness, love, and peace. Unfortunately, the vapid suits at Warner Brothers (already infamous in my eyes for their quashing of George Romero’s “The Stand”, the screenplay of which is also available for viewing on this site) didn’t understand his vision, so they forced him to slash over 40 minutes from his final cut, and to add one of the worst narration tracks ever (by Theresa Russell) in a pathetic attempt to explain to the audience what they felt was necessary to keep them tuned in and “understanding” what was going on. This faux narration completely ruins the theatrical print of the film: it’s like having a really irritating, mentally unbalanced woman sitting next to you in the theatre, talking happily back to the screen, until you want to take your popcorn box and shove it down her throat to keep her quiet. Forsyth rightly disowned the film, which got almost universally negative reviews, and with the exception of a little known “sequel” to “Gregory’s Girl” in 1999, he never made another film, because of his deep disillusionment due to his bad treatment over “Being Human”. This is a "fan edit" created by Stephen Dorian Kutos, which removes all of the terrible narration from the soundtrack, bringing the film much closer to Forsyth's original vision, and it improves the film's quality immeasurably.
Hairspray is a 2007 American musical film based on the 2002 Broadway musical of the same name, which in turn was based on John Waters's 1988 comedy film of the same name. Set in 1962 Baltimore, Maryland, the film follows the "pleasantly plump" teenager Tracy Turnblad as she pursues stardom as a dancer on a local TV show and rallies against racial segregation. Adapted from both Waters' 1988 script and Thomas Meehan and Mark O'Donnell's book for the stage musical by screenwriter Leslie Dixon, the 2007 film version of Hairspray is directed and choreographed by Adam Shankman. Hairspray features songs from the Broadway musical written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, as well as four new Shaiman/Wittman compositions not present in the original Broadway version. Opening to critical acclaim, Hairspray met with financial success, breaking the record for biggest sales at opening weekend for a movie musical, which the film held until July 2008 when it was surpassed by Mamma Mia! and later High School Musical 3: Senior Year in October. Hairspray went on to become the sixth highest grossing musical film in US cinema history, behind the film adaptations of Grease, Chicago, and Mamma Mia!, and stands as one of the most critically and commercially successful musical films of the last decade. Available in a variety of formats, Hairspray's Region 1 home video release took place on November 20, 2007. USA Network purchased the broadcast rights to Hairspray and was scheduled to debut the film on cable television in February 2010, but in the end it did not broadcast that month, instead the film was pushed back and premiered on USA on July 24, 2010, with sister channel Bravo also showing it multiple times, and in February 2011 aired on ABC for over-the-air broadcasts
El Último Malón it is one of the early Argentinean silent films that has survived until today. It was the only film that was directed by Herr Alcides Greca, a man with many cultural interests as a journalist and writer and with other more useful interests as a lawyer and politician. The movie dramatizes the last Indian uprising in Argentina, which happened in the north of the country, in the Chaco region, in the early 1900s. They were easily defeated by the Argentine troops. But what's interesting is certain dramatic devices not seen in cinema until decades later. For example, the very first scene shows the writer director writing the script of the movie. Then he is congratulated by an official of the province where the action took place for dramatizing these events. After that, the action takes place very much in the form of a southern (that is, a western set in South America).
I created this "fan tribute film" in 2006 to counter what I saw as an idiotic, leering, overacted, overly cutesy, irritatingly overbearing performance in "Man on the Moon" (1999) by Jim Carrey, attempting to "act" like Andy Kaufman and failing miserably, in my opinion, and critics who said he was great in the part obviously didnt remember a lot about the actual man. The real Andy was much funnier and much more subtle in his pranks than the eye-rolling infant that Carrey showed him as. I think "MotM" was an embarrassingly bad film (though Carrey and Giamati's dual portraits of Tony Clifton were excellent, and actually the only really Good thing in the entire film).
"The Passion of Andy Kaufman" has achieved something of a "cult" reputation on the internet in the subsequent years. I would subtitle it, "Andy's Greatest Hits". Now, I bring it back to the internet, because I think it is fun to watch too. I am very proud of how it turned out, and I thank everyone who has watched it over the years and given me positive feedback for it.
Produced by Alan Graham and Roman Wilderness Productions, here is "The Passion of Andy Kaufman", free for all. Hope you like it! :)
My first movie made inside Cinema 4D. I wanted to create a teaser for the movie Neuromancer which is soon to be released, as I ran out of time I had to change the final part of the sequence. Any comments are appreciated.
This you might find boring, but in actuality this is the most important part of the movie. The closing credit, also known as the end credits are probably the least viewed and least appreciated part of the film or television show.Before the 1970s, the use of closing credits was not soundly established in American cinema. Preceding this decade, closing credits were generally composed of the names of only the most preeminent actors
http://farreachingfilms.blogspot.com/2013/12/okinawa-yakuza-war.html 1976 Director: Sadao Nakajima Starring: Hiroki Matsukada, Shizumi Shindo, Sonny Chiba, Tsunehiko Watase, Isao Odo What's this? A 70s ultraviolent Japanese Yakuza pic that opens with an over the top Sonny Chiba karate smackdown? Cinema nirvana achieved? Well not quite, but damn close... The premise; a grand yet unstable alliance is formed by various feuding Okinawa gangs in order to fend off a new and aggressive Mainland mob that is encroaching on their collective territories. This fragile allegiance finds itself shaken by volatile (to put it mildly) right hand man (Chiba) who along with having an apparent death wish, deeply resents the new civil ("cowardly") ways of his associates and seeks (with fist and foot) to destabalize all involved.