Category Archives: Books

July Newsletter: So Cal, ‘Round Midnight, and Timeless Pagnol

    Photos: Classiq Journal     “It’s like life really; you start out with a rough overall design for it, but the dream is always changing, evolving and you have to be open and adaptive to the unexpected. I … Read More

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Read Instead…in Print

  “Silence is very powerful. Just not saying anything is already a powerful statement.”   Read instead…in print #33   Harry Dean Stanton: Hollywood’s Zen Rebel is a soulful approach to the life and career of one of Hollywood’s most … Read More

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June Newsletter: Riddle of Fire, Il Cinema Ritrovato and Fisherman’s Blues

    Photos: Classiq Journal     ”I wanted to make it the ultimate kids movie where these kid characters have everything that you would want as a kid––like dirt bikes, paintball guns, the freedom, beautiful woods to adventure and … Read More

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May newsletter: Freediving, makers who maintain culture, and Jacques Tati begins where Buster Keaton left off

May newsletter: Freediving, makers who maintain culture, and Jacques Tati begins where Buster Keaton left off. Read More

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Read Instead…in Print

“An actor’s shirt has to be made out of the same material as his face.” – Andrei Tarkovsky
In the book Costumes for the films of Andrei Tarkovsky, costume designer Nelli Fomina recounts her contribution to world cinema classics Solaris, The Mirror and Stalker.
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