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Best Backstage Photography – Week 3

#1 – Cinematographer Ted McCord and Elia Kazan (shirtless) figuring out the best angle to film a scene with Albert Dekker, Raymond Massey and James Dean on the set of East of Eden (1955)

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Best Backstage Photography – Week 2

Another 5 behind the camera photos I approached during last week while searching for informations to feed you with!

#1 – Wes Anderson talking to the actors on the set of Darjeeling Limited (2007)

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Best of: Movie Posters

Another series of Best of: Movie Posters.

I would like to introduce you to Czech new wave movie posters. Since original movie posters were forbidden in Czechoslovakia in 60s, every film that came to distribution in that time in the communist country had to have new posters to promote it. Since czech graphic school was on pretty high level in that time, some of the new posters were even better quality and more appealing than the original ones.

Blow up / Zvětšenina (Czech poster by Milan Grygar)

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Best Backstage Photography – Week 1

I will bring you 5 Best Backstage Photographies every week. No matter what genre, no matter what era, pure fun and excitement!

#1 – Orson Welles checking the frame before his performance as Citizen Kane (1941)
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