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The duck comes along for the ride.

The duck comes along for the ride.

Sabrina (1954), also by Wilder. Say what you will about the great Holden/Bogart debate, but personally, I think Audrey made the right choice.

Sabrina (1954), also by Wilder. Say what you will about the great Holden/Bogart debate, but personally, I think Audrey made the right choice.

Beyond the Gardens: The Fungarium by LONELYLEAP. Most people know Kew Gardens as home of the world's largest living plant collection but are not aware that it is also the location of an internationally important botanical research and educational institution. Going beyond the gardens as we know them, Lonelyleap produced two films for 2012's Tropical Extravaganza Festival which showcase the behind the scenes work of Kew's scientists whilst also exploring two of the festival's themes, Earth…

Beyond the Gardens: The Fungarium by LONELYLEAP. Most people know Kew Gardens as home of the world's largest living plant collection but are not aware that it is also the location of an internationally important botanical research and educational institution. Going beyond the gardens as we know them, Lonelyleap produced two films for 2012's Tropical Extravaganza Festival which showcase the behind the scenes work of Kew's scientists whilst also exploring two of the festival's themes, Earth…

6 Filmmaking Tips from Stanley Kubrick: 1) Try to See Everything 2) Face the Fear of Getting Out of the Car 3) A General Approach to Problem Solving 4) Everything Can Be Filmed 5) You Only Need Three Things - Camera, Tape Recorder, Imagination 6) Make Your Own Meaning

6 Filmmaking Tips from Stanley Kubrick: 1) Try to See Everything 2) Face the Fear of Getting Out of the Car 3) A General Approach to Problem Solving 4) Everything Can Be Filmed 5) You Only Need Three Things - Camera, Tape Recorder, Imagination 6) Make Your Own Meaning

Año: 1970.  Director: Akira Kurosawa.  Protagonistas: Yoshitaka Zushi, Kin Sugai, Kazuo Kato, Junzaburo Ban, Kiyoko Tange, Michio Hino, Tatsuhei Shimokawa, Keiji Furuyama, Hisashi Igawa, Hideko Okiyama, Kunie Tanaka, Jitsuko Yoshimura, Koji Mitsui, Shinsuke Minami, Yûko Kusunoki.  Duración: 140 Minutos.  Género: Drama / Fantasia.

Año: 1970. Director: Akira Kurosawa. Protagonistas: Yoshitaka Zushi, Kin Sugai, Kazuo Kato, Junzaburo Ban, Kiyoko Tange, Michio Hino, Tatsuhei Shimokawa, Keiji Furuyama, Hisashi Igawa, Hideko Okiyama, Kunie Tanaka, Jitsuko Yoshimura, Koji Mitsui, Shinsuke Minami, Yûko Kusunoki. Duración: 140 Minutos. Género: Drama / Fantasia.

Explored through the lenses of the four natural elements – fire, water, air and earth – COOKED is an enlightening and compelling look at the evolution of wha...

Explored through the lenses of the four natural elements – fire, water, air and earth – COOKED is an enlightening and compelling look at the evolution of wha...

The Big Clock is a 1948 film noir thriller directed by John Farrow, and adapted by renowned novelist-screenwriter Jonathan Latimer from the novel of the same name by Kenneth Fearing.  The black-and-white film is set in New York City and stars Ray Milland and Maureen O'Sullivan. Elsa Lanchester and Charles Laughton appear in the film, as does Harry Morgan, in an early film role, as a hired thug.

The Big Clock is a 1948 film noir thriller directed by John Farrow, and adapted by renowned novelist-screenwriter Jonathan Latimer from the novel of the same name by Kenneth Fearing. The black-and-white film is set in New York City and stars Ray Milland and Maureen O'Sullivan. Elsa Lanchester and Charles Laughton appear in the film, as does Harry Morgan, in an early film role, as a hired thug.

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