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Bruce LaBruce
Bruce LaBruce is a filmmaker, writer, photographer and artist living in Toronto. He has directed and starred in three feature length movies, No Skin O
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Bruce LaBruce 11h
Replying to @RealArbuckle
Brilliant actor. Also love him in Papillon, The Turning Point, Who’ll Stop the Rain...
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TheRealArbuckle 23h
Tomorrow, May 20th, 2019, will be the 83rd birthday of a man named Anthony Zerbe. He’s still alive, a great actor & has appeared in many films, including “The Omega Man”(1971) and “The Dead Zone”(1983). Those two movies are my favorites of the films that Zerbe has appeared in.
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Bradley J Kornish 15h
"VAMPYR" (1932, Carl Th. Dreyer)
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Bruce LaBruce 12h
Replying to @JanelleMonae
The REAL queen
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Janelle Monáe, Cindi 18h
Pre gaming . 🐉🐉🐉
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Distracted Film 19h
SNOWY CINEMA: Catherine Deneuve.
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Samuel J. May May 19
Apocalypse Now's 40th anniversary ~ A nightmare on and off screen, Coppola & co overcame typhoons, government disputes and heart attacks to create miraculous results, not only by just completing the film, but crafting one of the best of all time, a truly horrifying indictment
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Tico Romao May 19
Wim Wenders' Paris, Texas (1984) premiered at Cannes and won the Palme d'Or. Harry Dean Stanton stars as an aimless drifter who after fours years of separation reconnects with his family and reveals the emotional wreckage of their past. Superb soundtrack by Ry Cooder.
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François Sagat May 19
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Kyle Hester is a film maker May 19
This life...... this is the one that you are living. If you are reading this..... that means that you are still here! Just......keep........going!
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Sue LaShomb May 18
ok this is creepy!!!
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Petty is Praxis May 17
This is Poland in 2016, and we’re gonna need that same energy in the US in 2019
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Fatima Syed May 17
EXCLUSIVE (by me): Premier Doug Ford's government has cut 70 per cent of provincial funding to the Anishinabek/Ontario Fisheries Resource Centrea - a non-profit that helps 40 Indigenous communities protect endangered wildlife & natural resources.
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CJ Werleman May 16
Nazis are again marching in the streets of Germany in scenes reminiscent of the eve of the Holocaust. Only this time Muslims have replaced Jews as their primary target. via
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Criterion Collection May 17
This weekend on , we're hosting a 13-film retrospective celebrating the work of Japan’s preeminent poet of light and shadow, Kazuo Miyagawa, who shot masterpieces by Kurosawa, Mizoguchi, and Ozu over the course of his 50-year career.
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K.E.A May 18
Nostalghia / Tarkovsky
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Bruce LaBruce May 18
Replying to @sianoresist
Except Meathead in “All in the Family”
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Sergio Siano May 17
I put on one sock, then a shoe. Then another sock and another shoe. Nobody else does it this way.
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DepressedBergman May 17
Jean Gabin's () famous monologue to the crowd in Marcel Carné's Le Jour Se Leve (1939) was delivered so intensely, that Gabin cried his eyes out immediately afterwards in his dressing room.
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Megan Abbott May 17
"I wanted to know what van Gogh felt when he cut his ear off. I wanted to know what those things, those intense kind of extremes were like. And I found out." Happy birthday, the one-and-only Dennis Hopper ...
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