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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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J.Randy Taraborrelli 22h
A former prisoner of war is brainwashed as as part of an international Communist conspiracy. Frank Sinatra and Henry Silva in, The Manchurian Candidate (1962) Directed by John Frankenheimer
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armond white Feb 15
Movie of the Week: Christophe Honore's Sorry Angels joins the great legacy of French cinema.
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Replying to @chrismcquarrie
Bunny Lake Is Missing
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Graham Russell 16h
Hardcore icon turned 58 on 13 February 2019 - and shamefully, I neglected to post anything! To compensate, here is Rollins onstage with in the early 1980s wearing nothing but a jockstrap.
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Ron Athey 18h
Had a great Frieze talk with Rafa Esparza on the Paramount lot yesterday! (even though I was recovering from food poisoning!), we synched up in overcoats, and I'd like to give him a special award for hairdo! Thank you Hamza Walker for the invitation to talk process with Rafa xx
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I loved Uranus! My heart still skips a beat when I think of the sweet and handsome Michael Blue that summer. At the Height of AIDS, San Francisco's Queer Nightlife Became a Refuge via
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At the Height of AIDS, San Francisco's Queer Nightlife Became a Refuge via
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Dharma Bhagalia Feb 16
'Wings of Desire' (1987), dir. WIm Wenders. RIP, Bruno Ganz. Thank you for so many memorable performances over the years.
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DepressedBergman Feb 15
"They're here already..You're next! You're next..!!" Remembering (Born: February 15, 1914-Died: September 11, 2010) Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) Director: Don Siegel Actors: Kevin McCarthy,Sam Peckinpah
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NOISEY Feb 15
The new documentary 'United Skates' explores the influence of roller skating on the civil rights movement and the birth of hip-hop.
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41 Strange Feb 14
Driftwood Sculptures By Japanese Artist Nagato Iwasaki
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The Cinegogue Feb 15
Toshiro Mifune is such a badass he got shot by real arrows for this scene in Throne of Blood (1957) resulting in a very genuine performance.
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TCM Feb 15
With her win for THE MIRACLE WORKER ('62), Patty Duke became the youngest competitive winner at the time.
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Arrow Video Feb 15
On this day in 1980, Al Pacino shocked audiences in 🇺🇸 theaters with William Friedkin's CRUISING.
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Chappell Ellison ٩( ᐛ )و✎ Feb 14
your reminder that pangolins are bipedal (!!!?!!) and also that the earth is an absolute funky little petri dish
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KIM PETRAS 💫 Murakami Princess 💫 Feb 15
I can’t believe transphobia is still a reality . It’s really sad and disheartening .
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TCM Feb 15
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Dharma Bhagalia Feb 15
‘The Sacrifice’ (1986), dir. Andrei Tarkovsky. Poetic cinema...
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Criterion Collection Feb 15
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Criterion Channel Feb 15
Brimming with roguish charm, Albert Finney announced himself as one of cinema’s most captivating stars in Karel Reisz's SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY MORNING (1960), now streaming exclusively for our Charter Subscribers!
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