No more half measures, Walter.




Classic Hollywood Bloopers

And the greatest Hollywood blooper of all time:



Taxi Driver (1976)

Now, about this pickle we find ourselves in.

With “Pines,” because I was telling a linear story and it was all about these people living in this same place, the city of Schenectady, New York, very early on Sean Bobbitt and I decided that it would be a unified vision, that we weren’t going to deal stylistically with different worlds. So in terms of the aesthetic approach of the film, in terms of formats, in terms of how we approached our scenes, we wanted to make a film that was more about echoes of the past and the repetition of actions and the consequence of those actions. And so we decided to shoot it all in the same kind of visual language, and the only thing that’s different, that changes, is the location, because this movie is also about class, social structures that people are born into.

-Derek Cianfrance

"You still don’t understand what you’re dealing with, do you? Perfect organism. Its structural perfection is matched only by its hostility."

Alien (1979)


Some of Ron Cobb’s concept art for Alien (1979). Among other duties in the art department, Cobb contributed to the look and feel of technology in the Alien universe, designed the “Semiotic Standard” for signs in interstellar spacecraft, and illustrated the Xenomorph birthing chambers from Dan O’Bannon’s original screenplay.