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  • itsmmiley
    21.10.2021 - 13 minutes ago

    Miley x Interview magazine

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  • emisue-khaleesi
    21.10.2021 - 49 minutes ago

    The only & one miss Ella Hunt.😻💓🔥

    JUST HER WAVING US WITH THAT SMILE AND STYLES😍🥵💘☀

    I feel like starting an argument, so: What actor, living or dead, any gender, was the greatest combination of acting talent, physical beauty and pure star-power charisma? *HER: MISS ELLA HUNT*
    #her styles#her outfits#her hair #her short hair is my weak point #her smile#her light #her beautifulness is beyond of words #she's so beautiful i can't deal #ella hunt#ella ella #ella hunt gif #ella hunt daily #ella hunt interviews #queer#dickinson#sue dickinson#sue gilbert#emily dickinson#emisue#forevermore#huntfeld#hailee steinfeld#daily women#magpie #anna and the apocalypse #TRIPTYCH
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  • ishtarstripdying
    21.10.2021 - 52 minutes ago

    I wonder how worth it it is to track down who specifically was/is descended from slave traders because to me, that’s still trying to tie racism to the acts of a barbaric few rather than it being an economic factor in many people’s lives. Like, middle and working class non-sailors would place bets on incoming slave ships to make some money. No one is innocent, we’re all covered in metaphorical shit

    #does this make sense #i listened to afua hirsch being interviewed by David olusoga yesterday #idk ramblings
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  • ujuro
    21.10.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Every time I see something about monsta x at jingle ball I’m reminded of how they are responsible for the new dua lipa who’s an artiste that apparently can perform pretty well

    #THE ORIGINAL ONE KISS BAD DANCING VIDEO WAS UPLOADED BY A CK FANSITE BECAUSE HE SAID HE LIKED THE SONG IN AN INTERVIEW #it wasn’t even trying to be mean but the internet never rests #words of mine #speaking of that fansite did they get ran off the internet I hope so #I think they did pre covid
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  • batfleckgifs
    21.10.2021 - 1 hour ago
    Ben Affleck talking about the time in their childhood when him and Matt auditioned for Robin in Tim Burton’s Batman on Jimmy Kimmell.
    #Ben Affleck#benaffleckedit#affleckedit#baffleckedit#dccastedit#justice league #misc: interviews. #mine. #edit: gifs. #gifs. #he just looks cuddly okay #also this was such a funny interview
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  • sparklestheunicorn
    21.10.2021 - 1 hour ago

    It's missing the predictability of high school hours✌

    #ME! #the anxiety has had me recently and i want it to stop. found a relic from school and remembered how much more healthy i was when i was #forced to interact with people daily #even at work you know #but of course i dont have a job anymore and im not in the habit of talking to my mum about these things and i just had a job interview and #am freaking out so🤪✌
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  • verifiedng
    21.10.2021 - 1 hour ago

    #EndSARSMemorial: “A week ago I was in heaven (Canada), today I’m hell” – Man who was arrested while granting interview to newsmen speaks (Video)

    #EndSARSMemorial: “A week ago I was in heaven (Canada), today I’m hell” – Man who was arrested while granting interview to newsmen speaks (Video)

    GistReel A certain Mr Patrick Osagie Eholor, who was arrested during the EndSARS Memorial on 20th October 2021 while speaking to newsmen has spoken up after regaining his freedom. The man had previously been arrested while speaking about the injustice and intimidation suffered by Nigerian youths, but along the line, personnel of the Nigeria Police Force bounced […]

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  • thistownaintbigenoughforbothofus
    21.10.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Also i dont think i ever got to hear this interview from 2020, maybe you guys didn't either

    #its interesting what he says about a separate 3 hour cut of TSB #ron mael#sparks#interview
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  • incorrectwicdivquotes
    21.10.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Reporter: Which god can do the best wookie impression?

    Inanna: I don't know.

    Reporter: Because everyone says it's you.

    Inanna: I wanted to be humble, but yeah, it's me.

    #wicdiv #the wicked + the divine #inanna #source: star wars interview #idk #look baph and morrigan can't be the only nerds
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  • verifiedng
    21.10.2021 - 2 hours ago

    #EndSARSMememorial: “A week ago I was in heaven (Canada), today I’m hell” – Man who was arrested while granting interview to newsmen speaks (Video)

    #EndSARSMememorial: “A week ago I was in heaven (Canada), today I’m hell” – Man who was arrested while granting interview to newsmen speaks (Video)

    GistReel A certain Mr Patrick Osagie Eholor, who was arrested during the EndSARS Memorial on 20th October 2021 while speaking to newsmen has spoken up after regaining his freedom. The man had previously been arrested while speaking about the injustice and intimidation suffered by Nigerian youths, but along the line, personnel of the Nigeria Police Force bounced […]

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  • sighonahurricane
    21.10.2021 - 2 hours ago

    Okay so when companies wanna test your aptitude by making you take their objective test????

    So fucked up.

    #dude look at my cv I can manage #and do aptitude #it's not even a management job!!! #ffs stop with the hypocrisy #it's a technical job role just take an interview on that and I'll be fine!!!! #please!!! ffs!!! #why you making me prep for an aptitude test again?? #last I took an aptitude test was more than a year ago and I don't really remember how to do those questions now #I'll have to practice again
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  • clgzb
    21.10.2021 - 2 hours ago

    CL discusses why ALPHA is an album with no designated title song

    "I made all the songs as if they were singles. There is no title this time because it is a story about the colors and various sounds that CL can produce. It would have been impossible if I belonged somewhere.”

    cr. Asia Today KR

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  • captainoliviabenson23
    21.10.2021 - 3 hours ago

    Queen 👑

    Love How She Talks W/ Her Hands & Facial Expressions 🥰

    #Mariska Hargitay#Olivia Benson#Queen#Beauty#Fearlessness#500th Episode#Interview#Gorgeous #The One And Only #Her Hand Motions Though #Funny#Beautiful Outfit #Her Smile And Enthusiasm Is Everything!!!
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  • letterboxd
    21.10.2021 - 3 hours ago

    Fårö and Away.

    Away from the breathtaking island of Fårö, Letterboxd’s East Coast Editor Mitchell Beaupre speaks with Bergman Island filmmaker Mia Hansen-Løve about all things Bergman, finding the balance between your art and your relationships, and the sex appeal of Elliott Gould.

    “I think one of the first things that made me love the films of Bergman is the way he films women, actually… Who can pretend to have filmed women better than he did?” —Mia Hansen-Løve

    Fårö, an island in the Baltic Sea off Sweden’s south-eastern coast, is a popular summer vacation spot, with its own language (a dialect of Gutnish called Faroymal). It was also the home of the great filmmaker Ingmar Bergman, who fell in love with the island once he set foot on it in 1960. He made many films there, including Through a Glass Darkly, Persona and Hour of the Wolf, eventually staying there for the final years of his life, until his death in 2007.

    Since his passing, Bergman’s estate on Fårö has been turned into an artists’ retreat where guests can now visit and stay at the place Bergman called home. There you can visit the Bergman Center, a cultural destination for those seeking to celebrate the filmmaker’s art and life. Each year, the center hosts a five-day event called Bergman Week, where films are screened alongside discussions, music and lectures. Special guests for Bergman Week over the years have included Yorgos Lanthimos, Harriet Andersson, Greta Gerwig, Noah Baumbach, Tim Roth and Mia Hansen-Løve (writer and director of Goodbye First Love and Things to Come).

    Hansen-Løve’s affinity for Fårö and for Bergman’s work made the island the natural location for her latest feature, appropriately titled Bergman Island. The film stars Vicky Krieps as Chris, a filmmaker who arrives on Fårö with her husband Tony (repeat Fårö visitor Tim Roth). Tony is the more accomplished filmmaker of the duo, and is being showcased on the island. As their time there continues, Hansen-Løve blurs the line between fiction and reality for both the audience and the characters, charting a metafictional course that sees Chris’ art inspired by her life, just as Bergman Island is inspired by Hansen-Løve’s.

    Mia Wasikowska and Anders Danielsen Lie in ‘Bergman Island’.

    After a rocky production, which saw actors Greta Gerwig, John Turturro and Owen Wilson all cast in the leading roles at various points before having to drop out, Bergman Island made its premiere at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, before going on a run that included stops at Telluride, TIFF and NYFF.

    With its fondness for Bergman permeating through each scene, and a cast that also includes Mia Wasikowska and Anders Danielsen Lie, “this one is surely for the Letterboxd users”, Ethan writes in his review. A look through other reviews proves Ethan’s statement largely correct. Ash appreciates the way Hansen-Løve finds inspiration from Bergman to tell her own story, as opposed to being a more direct homage. For Jervis, it was “everything I love in art”. And, of course, it must be said: this has truly been quite the “big year for Vicky Krieps and beaches”.

    As Bergman Island at last reaches audiences beyond festivals, Hansen-Løve sat down with Mitchell Beaupre to discuss her relationship with Bergman’s work, with Fårö itself, and how this film allowed her to reach a new level of maturity in her filmmaking.

    What was the first Ingmar Bergman film you saw, and what was your response to that introduction to his work? Mia Hansen-Løve: I think I was in my twenties when I first saw films by him. There was a retrospective of his work at an old historical cinematheque in Paris. The very first one I saw was Summer with Monika, one of his early films. The Nouvelle Vague guys at that time elected that film as being the symbol of modern cinema because Bergman was filming young people in love in a way that was different to what had been shown on film before then.

    It wasn’t shot in Fårö, I think it was shot in the archipelagos of Stockholm, but he was shooting outside locations, which was also quite unique. It was breaking all the rules in terms of what cinema was doing, in terms of how these young characters were living, and especially about the way he filmed women. I think one of the first things that made me love the films of Bergman is the way he films women, actually.

    Director Mia Hansen-Løve on the set of ‘Bergman Island’.

    Some people have felt that Bergman Island suggests Bergman was a bit sexist, but you actually feel quite the opposite. Yes, the comments in my film on the way he behaved with his kids has led to people thinking I’m criticizing his relationships with women, but I actually admire him for being one of the directors who filmed the most beautiful portraits of women ever in cinema. Who can pretend to have filmed women better than he did? That’s one of the things that makes his films so significant to me—how much importance he gave to women at a time where most directors were giving that space to men in their films.

    That would be enough, but then his films take up such a big territory for me because he’s made so many films, and all of them are made with the same independence and freedom. He wrote all of his films, and they all came from his desire to express something. They were never imposed from the outside. Few directors ever reached that same degree of integrity and independence, and I admire that so much.

    Was there anything about his relationship with Fårö that connected with you personally? He wasn’t the most social person, and that’s something that attracts me somehow in terms of his relationship with the island and what that means when it comes to loneliness. I cannot afford to live the way he did. I have a kind of life with family and obligations that make it impossible for me to live on a remote island. I wouldn’t want to live like that because I don’t have the strength, but I do admire that way of living, as he did for the last twenty years of his life.

    You’ve said that while you don’t have a favorite Bergman film, you do have a special relationship with his 1971 film, The Touch. That’s a unique pick. What makes that film stand out so much for you? I think it has to do with the fact that it’s not a cerebral film of his. It’s a film that I find very direct, very innocent, especially compared to other films he made in the same period. As a young director he made those films like Summer with Monika that were more direct, and also very sensual, and focused on love, relationships, passion, and things like that. But afterwards his films were more complex, and would tackle more aesthetic quests, more formal quests.

    The Touch isn’t one of his most famous films. It’s been quite forgotten, and Bergman himself didn’t like it for some reason. What I like about it so much, though, is its simplicity. I find the film extremely sincere and incarnated. The presence of Elliott Gould in the film—an American actor—allowed Bergman to explore things about sexual relationships that he wouldn’t be able to say with his regular Swedish actors.

    Elliott Gould and Bibi Andersson in Ingmar Bergman’s ‘The Touch’ (Beröringen, 1971).

    There is certainly an innate sexuality that comes into play once you bring Elliott Gould into the mix. He brought something in from the outside, with his American culture, his presence, charisma, sex appeal or whatever you call it, that was actually telling something from the inside to me. It’s very paradoxical, but I feel that Elliott Gould enabled Bergman to say something more about himself that his other films couldn’t say. There is something brutal and animalistic about him in the film, and I think that reveals something about Bergman himself. That actually moves me a lot, for some reason. The film touches me. I saw it again a few days ago, and it still has the same power for me.

    It reminds me of some of Truffaut’s films that are about the power of passion in your life, and how it takes up all the space. The film shows that brutality of passion. I find that extremely powerful and beautiful, and I don’t know any other film of Bergman’s that’s like that.

    Bergman Island focuses on two filmmakers who are in a relationship, and it makes interesting observations on the kinds of boundaries you have to set to be able to create while also being in a relationship with another person. It’s a difficult balance to navigate. What I wanted to do with this film was to show the difficulty, and also maybe the beauty, of being in a couple where both are writers, or artists. They both have their own quest, yet they’re still trying to be together. What does it mean to be together and at the same time lonely? How do you find the balance between this necessary loneliness that comes with being an artist? Bergman incarnates that so perfectly—the loneliness, but also the power that comes with the solitude of an artist.

    On the other hand, most human beings want to be in a couple because they want to have an exchange. They want to have a dialogue. They want to feel close to somebody. They want love. These are very universal, and human feelings that anybody can understand, but then how can you cope with that solitude of the artistic quest? My film really tries to deal with that.

    Vicky Krieps and Tim Roth in ‘Bergman Island’.

    While the film is told from Chris’s perspective, there’s still a dimensionality to the portrayal of Tony, where he’s never seen as a villain, or an antagonistic force against her. I don’t think the film wants to judge anybody. I didn’t make the film in order to go against the male character. I know there is more empathy in the film for her, because it’s more of a portrait of her, so we understand her more than him. He is more distanced from her, and that distance becomes more and more as the film goes on, as we get closer to her. I’m aware of that, but I never made the film against him. At the end, they are still together. I just wanted to show the difficulty and the vulnerability that comes when you are together, but lonely at the same time.

    Navigating that relationship in the film must have been a little tricky, considering the production difficulties. You had several actors set to play Tony who dropped out, leading to you shooting half of the film with just Vicky Krieps, and not even knowing who was going to play Tony yet. There was, of course, a challenge to shoot like this—to shoot only half of the film, and then have to wait to shoot the other half. We were editing certain scenes without even knowing who was going to play the husband. It was a little bit insane, a bit schizophrenic.

    While it was challenging in some aspects, was there also a surprising benefit to doing it this way? Particularly given the nature of the film? Yes, I think it’s a film that from the start was meant to take time. I’ve had this idea in my mind for more than ten years. Even before knowing I would set it on Fårö, the idea of making a film about a director couple was with me as I was doing other films. I let that film grow by itself until I found the idea of setting it on Fårö. It feels fitting that it would take me two years to shoot the film, and I’d have to leave and go back there.

    I ended up going to Fårö each year for four or five years. I spent months on the island. I know every inch of the island now. I think that was part of the project. That’s the time I had to let pass in order to finish the film. That took a lot of patience, and that patience brought a maturity to the film. There is something peaceful and quiet about this film that makes it a bit different from my previous films.

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    Calvin’s list of Fårö Island filmography

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    ‘Bergman Island’ is playing in US theaters now, and will be available on VOD from October 22.

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  • stanrizzo
    21.10.2021 - 3 hours ago

    ok i was tipsy before but i think i’m actually inebriated now and unfortunately i think i have to learn sql. god it never ends 

    #if i can't do full stack am i even worth anything as a developer #no #we know this. and who gives a shit 뮤ㅐㅕㅅ 솓 두하ㅑ호 니무혇. #oh that's korean #i meant to say 'about the english language' and turned on my hangul keyboard accidentally ok i need to go to bed #i have a job interview in the morning for a creative company i have to look good #i must sleep. need to drink more first though or i'll just be awake forever submitting applications on indeed
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  • souvenirs-from-better-times
    21.10.2021 - 3 hours ago

    Here's a list of all of the extra tracks that will be on the reissue of the photo album from this NME article!

    There's also an interview with Ben at the end of the article where he talks about the next Death Cab album!

    #the photo album #article#interview
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  • hartsyhart
    21.10.2021 - 3 hours ago

    Rist being adorable during post game | 10.20.21

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  • hartsyhart
    21.10.2021 - 4 hours ago

    Risto post game interview | 10.20.21 |

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  • littlebookreader
    21.10.2021 - 4 hours ago

    Alvina: Arthur, can I ask for some dating advice?

    The Interviewer: Just because I’m with Piotr doesn’t mean I know how I did it.

    #the amelia project #alvina#the interviewer#(mentioned)#kozlowski #the interviewer x piotr kozlowski #(my beloved)#crack ship #to be honest with you #even i have no idea how it happened #anyway #here you go
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