James Dean making home movies on the set of Giant (1955). Photographed by Sid Avery.
Drawings using graphite, tape, and resin by Brooks Shane Salzwedel
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Then suddenly he beheld his sister Éowyn as she lay, and he knew her. He stood a moment as a man who is pierced in the midst of a cry by an arrow through the heart; and then his face went deathly white; and a cold fury rose in him, so that all speech failed him for a while. A fey mood took him. ‘Éowyn, Éowyn!’ he cried at last: ‘Éowyn, how come you here? What madness or devilry is this? Death, death, death! Death take us all!’
Nov. 26, 1925: A friendly “bruin,” the Old English term for brown bears (though it appears as though this one might actually be a black bear), “knows that the good things to eat” are along the tourist routes in the Rockies of British Columbia. Coincidentally, Nov. 26, 1925, was that year’s Thanksgiving, on which the Chicago Bears played against the Chicago Cardinals at Wrigley Field. The football game ended in a 0-0 tie. Photo: The New York Times
THE 10 BEST COVERS OF “FILM COMMENT” MAGAZINE
in celebration of their 50th anniversary, my favorite film magazine on this thing we call earth ran a list of their most popular covers (as voted by contributors and staff).
Check out the full top 20 on their site. and then subscribe like a good cinephile.