RIP: Arthur C. Clarke

Posted by Satanizmo | Posted in , , | Posted on 8:23

91 éves korában elhunyt Arthur C. Clarke!

A mai napon...pont amikor ünnepelnem kellene, mert névnapom van :( Néhány könyvét, mint pl. a 2001: Űrodüsszeia vagy a Randevú a Rámával már gyerekkoromban, igen fiatalon megismertem és a mai napig előveszem. A 2001-ből készült film -melynek rendezője Stanley Kubrick- életem legnagyobb filmjeinek egyike. Nagyon nagy veszteség...

Eredeti képaláírás: Stanley Kubrick (right), with Arthur C. Clarke, co-writer of 2001: A Space Odyssey, and author of the short story on which the film was based, 'The Sentinel', first published in 1951.
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Mindenképpen szerettem volna olyan képet betenni, amelyen két bálványom is együtt látható...

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Könyv: Hammer Films- A Life in Pictures

Posted by Satanizmo | Posted in , , | Posted on 8:24

Hammer Films: A Life in Pictures
szerző: Wayne Kinsey (A Strictly Limited Edition Hardcover Book), ISBN 978-0-9531926-9-4
240 oldal, színes és fekete-fehér, formátum: 265 x 190mm, hardback

Hammer Films - A Life in Pictures

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Last year, several boxes of never-seen-before photos of Hammer Films productions was archived by Hammer expert Wayne Kinsey for the British Film Institute. Kinsey and the BFI were so impressed by the collection, that it was agreed the best should be published.

Through these rare and mostly previously unseen images, Hammer Films – A Life in Pictures tells the visual story of Hammer’s output. You will be guided through this wonderful collection of photos by Kinsey himself,the celebrated author of Hammer Films – the Elstree Studios Years and Hammer Films – the Bray Studios Years. Hammer Films – A Life in Pictures explores the wider and fascinating side of one of the British film industry's greatest success stories, showing once and for all that Hammer was not just a purveyor of cheap horror pictures.

In fact, they made films in a number of different genres such as war thrillers, gritty dramas, comedies and colourful swashbuckling adventures. Some of these were among their best films; 1959 is a case in point which included such classics as Never Take Sweets from a Stranger, Hell is a City and Yesterday's Enemy, the latter of which earned Hammer BAFTA nominations for best picture, best actor and best supporting actor. Hammer's films also benefited from an expert team of actors and technicians, including big names that on first glance would never have thought to be associated with Hammer including Robert Aldrich, Ken Adam, Joe Losey, Bette Davis, Tallulah Bankhead, Donald Sutherland, Joan Fontaine, Richard Widmark, Ursula Andress and Raquel Welch.

This is a Limited Edition hardcover book (only 2500 copies worldwide) that is destined to become a highly sought-after collectors’ item. OVER 600 PHOTOGRAPHS!! CLICK HERE TO ORDER