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Ela Bittencourt 7h
Your quintessential Spotify playlist for endless albeit lofty suffering, courtesy of Terrence Malick: Handel, Beethoven, Bach, Arvo Pärt, and Górecki
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Ela Bittencourt 13h
For from Cannes - a look at casting for Danielle Lessovitz's PORT AUTHORITY
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Lyssaria 14h
Casting, social media and diversity - from for
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Ela Bittencourt 23h
So curious to see it - I missed it last night
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Ela Bittencourt 23h
Bonjour, still under her spell
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Ela Bittencourt 24h
Replying to @AADowd
Such a gorgeous film, pierced my heart
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Ela Bittencourt May 19
Watching Defoe channel Ahab in THE LIGHTHOUSE made me nostalgic for all the wild mischief that he and Elizabeth Lecompte used to be up to at St. Ann’s Warehouse
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Ela Bittencourt May 19
I admire Susan Sontag's writings intensely but wonder sometimes if her ideas around aestheticization of suffering and of poverty haven't done art and film criticism more harm than good
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Ela Bittencourt May 19
Replying to @Cineaste_Mag
Couldn’t agree more with this review
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Ela Bittencourt May 19
Replying to @stannswarehouse
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Ela Bittencourt May 19
Watching Defoe channel Ahab in THE LIGHTHOUSE made me nostalgic for all the wild mischief that he and Elizabeth Lecompte used to be up to at St. Ann’s Warehouse
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Ela Bittencourt May 19
WE ARE IN********
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Murtada Elfadl May 19
Mati Diop, Hausner and now Sciamma - all the female directored movies in competition get the undesirable 4pm premiere slot. WTF, Cannes?
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Ela Bittencourt May 19
I’m told we’re in the first truly immense queue - can’t see the end of it - and it’s The Lighthouse
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Ela Bittencourt May 19
Replying to @annasmithjourno
Same here / felt like we all held our breath at once
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Ela Bittencourt May 19
Most gorgeous use of Mozart’s Spring I’ve ever seen / heard in cinema - the girl’s clearly on fire
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Ela Bittencourt May 19
Replying to @anothergaze
Oh yeah - still clapping and we haven’t even started!
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Ela Bittencourt May 19
Standing ovation for Sciamma
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FinalGirlsBerlinFest May 19
Yes yes yes that's what we like to hear!! 🔥
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Orwa Nyrabia May 19
Looking forward #5050
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