Friends of my in-laws are related to Seberg. An amazing film that still haunts my brain today. One I try to watch every year or so.

Friends of my in-laws are related to Seberg. An amazing film that still haunts my brain today. One I try to watch every year or so.

Eagle vs. Shark. "He's gonna reap what he sowed, and it sure ain't corn...or wheat."

Eagle vs. Shark. "He's gonna reap what he sowed, and it sure ain't corn...or wheat."

Ikiru,生きる?, To Live, directed by Akira Kurosawa.    Ikiru tells the story of a Japanese bureaucrat who learns he has stomach cancer and only a few months to live. How he lives those last days, and what his life was about form the basis of this emotionally gripping film. Perhaps this is  Kurasawa's greatest film!

Ikiru – Akira Kurosawa and what it means to live

Ikiru,生きる?, To Live, directed by Akira Kurosawa. Ikiru tells the story of a Japanese bureaucrat who learns he has stomach cancer and only a few months to live. How he lives those last days, and what his life was about form the basis of this emotionally gripping film. Perhaps this is Kurasawa's greatest film!

It's really pretty incredible that this film was captured in the first place. It's a time machine not a movie.

It's really pretty incredible that this film was captured in the first place. It's a time machine not a movie.

L’eclisse (1962) movie title

L’eclisse (1962) movie title

Jean-Luc Godard | Few directors have used typeface in a more innovative and iconic capacity than the French New Wave crowd. Godard, Truffaut, and their Left Bank counterparts, such as Agnès Varda, made extensive use of often intentionally jarring intertitles and defiantly artistic typefaces that have come to evoke the youthful auteur aesthetic of ’60s French cinema. Godard’s use of custom vernacular typefaces helped to establish him as a new kind of filmmaker that wasn’t afraid to assert a…

10 Auteurs and the Typefaces They Love

Jean-Luc Godard | Few directors have used typeface in a more innovative and iconic capacity than the French New Wave crowd. Godard, Truffaut, and their Left Bank counterparts, such as Agnès Varda, made extensive use of often intentionally jarring intertitles and defiantly artistic typefaces that have come to evoke the youthful auteur aesthetic of ’60s French cinema. Godard’s use of custom vernacular typefaces helped to establish him as a new kind of filmmaker that wasn’t afraid to assert a…

Free Typeface Commemorates Jean-Luc Godard's 80th Birthday | Co.Design | business + design

Free Typeface Commemorates Jean-Luc Godard's 80th Birthday | Co.Design | business + design

Avanti! (1972) movie title

Avanti! (1972) movie title

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