#filmnoir#cultclassics#bmovies#40smovies#oldhollywood # edgargulmer A classic B-Movie & a noir treasure. Full of double-crosses, identity theft, murder & some of the most authentic lowlife dialogue of the era. Ann Savage's "hard as nails", Vera is one of the most awful of all femme fatales. Littered with cheap rooms, dive bars & flea-pit diners this ones essential viewing for noir lovers.
Hey Party People, I’m a producer on this mighty fine production of Death of s Salesman. We’re having a flash sale on tickets. The team on this show is awesome from the actors to the set designer. The show will be up in NoHo. Come check it out! Link in my bio! #repost @freddygiorlando with @get_repost ・・・ Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller Produced by The Process 360 Directed by Bjørn Johnson Location: The Secret Rose Theatre, North Hollywood Dates: April 5th-28th (Fridays & Saturdays 8pm and Sundays 2pm) Celebrating the 70th anniversary of Arthur Miller's Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning play, the Process 360 brings this classic story to the stage in North Hollywood. Award winning director Bjorn Johnson along with the all-star cast of of Steve Andrews, Jules Bruff, Frank Crim, Brittany Dassa, Adam Matthew Duarte, Cheryl Dooley, Freddy Giorlando, Bradford James Jackson, Jeff Jeffers, Kevin McCorkle, Jamie Renee Smith and Joanne Verbos will take the audience on a thought-provoking journey through this relevant story that stands the test of time.
Cuando no hay censura que obligue a los buenos a ser buenos y a los malos a pagar por sus pecados, la historia del criminal puede tomar dos rumbos: uno hacia la ley y otro hacia la victoria. Por lo menos antes de que el título se incline por uno de los dos. La imagen formal y planificada que se propone desde el cine negro entra en contradicción con el caos que traen el argumento y la música de Miles Davis. Es que, si nos apuran un poco, podríamos decir que la película es un saludo memorable entre cine negro y los comienzos de la nueva ola francesa. Si bien no cuenta con muchísimos de los aspectos formales de la nouvelle vague, sí está la presencia inquebrantable de lo azaroso, de un caos que más que desorden es una contestación a todas las convenciones de lo que alguna vez alguien decidió que tenía que ser el cine. Ni hombres, ni mujeres, ni héroes, ni villanos: el protagonista es el azar. ASCENSOR PARA EL CADALSO (Ascenseur pour l'Echafaud, 1958) de Louis Malle . . . . #nouvellevague#cinenegro#filmnoir#blancoynegro#milesdavis#jazz#cine#film
Posted @withrepost • @kijikmultimedia Big news for our project The Beach Chronicles, we added another location to pick up Comic One and Comic Two, the super cool spot @1800lucky @1800lucky in #wynwood! I've always loved this spot, so to have the comic there is righteous. It's the fourth location where you can buy the comic and if you snag it and go to the website you can listen as you read with notable luminaries such as Steve Gibb, MC Lyte, Jimmy Jean Louis and Rami Jaffee of The Foo Fighters who have done voice overs for the comic/podcast along with so many other incredibly talented actors/musicians. Here's the other super cool locations and stay tuned for more news coming here and at thebeachchronicles.com soon! Nue Studio 4500 NW 2nd Ave Miami, FL 33127 @nuestudiomiami Alex Chiong Tattoo Studio 12949 Biscayne Blvd North Miami, Fl, 33181 @alexchiongtattoo SWEAT Records 5505 NE 2nd Ave Miami, FL 33137 @sweatrecords In the top left pic the owner Tony & brilliant @julzvelazquez who is doing great things for KijiK Multimedia! @miami @miamibeach #film#filmphotography#films#losangeles#atlanta#filmnoir#filmmaking#thebeachchronicles#thebeachchroniclesradionoir
Saltpans Cinema would like to present the Criterion Edition of Robert Aldrich's1955 noir masterpiece, Kiss Me Deadly, based on Mickey Spillane's novel. The film the Kefauver Comission said was 'designed to ruin young viewers" is one of the darkest noirs of the genre and a beautiful gem of Cold War Paranoia. Ralph Meeker stars as private dick Mike Hammer, and masterfully portrays him more of a festering sociopath than Spillane's dunderheaded mysoginist. Hammer and his assistant/lover, Velma, make a lucrative living exploiting poor saps with 'penny-ante' divorce cases. The film begins with Hammer driving on a desolate country road. His decision to pick up a female hitchhiker, who has recently escaped from mental institute, wearing nothing but a trench coat sends him on a terrifying journey of murder, mayhem, and plenty of unstable radioactive isotopes. Aldrich's radical direction provides a violent, no nonsense prime piece of Pulp wrapped perfectly in an anti-nuclear cautionary tale. #filmnoir#noir#bnw#cinema#cinephile#criterion#criterioncollection#losangeles#kissmedeadly#hollywood#art#vintage#privateeye#nuclear#box#murder#mayhem#1950s#macguffins#mccarthy#antihero#pimp#hardboiled
AIPAD NYC art fair featuring the work of Ole Marius Joergensen and his series ‘ Out into the Cold World”. Ole Marius Joergensen (born 1976) is an artist with a background in film based in Asker, Norway. He is best known for his meticulously staged cinematic photographs. With the use of theatrical light and vivid color juxtapositions, Ole Marius’ work emphasizes the mystery and duality of rural life in the modern world. A child of 80s rural Norway, he became fascinated with suburban America, like the popular narratives told on screen by Steven Spielberg and the storytelling of author Stephen King. Drawn to the descriptive narrative and quality of light, he found himself wanting to create his own stories. Influenced by the work of the mid century painter Hopper and the directors Alfred Hitchcock, David Lynch, as well as 19th Century painting traditions of David Caspar Frederic, his work often depicts ordinary situations infused with a unique narrative that unlocks an unexpected mystery that feels both old and new. In 2014 he debuted his first major series “No Superhero,” an ode to one of his childhood heroes, and a playful series with dark undertones. Ole Marius views Superman as a metaphor for taking risks and the worry of failure. Each scene is depicted through a lens that captures childhood nostalgia with the hero as an ordinary man. In 2015 Ole Marius made the series “Space Travels” which was his rediscovery of his native country. It was a narrative driven by the feeling of being trapped in a place and yearning for a new adventure that is out of reach. “Vignettes of a Salesman” (2016) is a love letter to simpler times of Scandinavia in the 1950s and 1960s. This series follows the main protagonist on a silent, solitary journey and the complex emotions, from the dark to the eccentric, associated with a stranger’s life unfulfilled. Ole Marius’ work has been exhibited widely in the United States, Asia, and Europe. His work can be found