Submission: Strolling - Cecile Emeke // London (2014)

This is a strolling episode, part of the short documentary film series where I go on a stroll with people and talk about various issues affecting people.

cchatsworth:

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Nairobi Half Life (2012) - dir. David Gitonga // Kenya

Young Mwas leaves his village to Kenya’s capital pursuing a career in acting. A few innocent mistakes land him in jail, which eventually leads Mwas to connect with a gang

Taste of Cherry - dir. Abbas Kiarostami (1997) // Iran

Middle-aged Mr. Badii (Homayoun Ershadi) drives through the hilly outskirts of Tehran searching for someone who is willing to bury him under a cherry tree after he commits suicide

missingozu:

A film poster for Harakiri (1962) in Ozu’s An Autumn Afternoon (1962).

missingozu:

A film poster for Harakiri (1962) in Ozu’s An Autumn Afternoon (1962).

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femburton said: Hello :) I saw your post about Les Saignantes (2005) - dir. Jean-Pierre Bekolo // Cameroon & France and was wondering if you had a link to view it with english subs? Thank you in advance if you have one

Afraid most free links are taken down but if you got $5 to spare you can stream/download from the African Film Library

How was Japan?

Boy (2010) - dir. Taika Waititi // New Zealand

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labioratory:

there are some particular single shots in this film that work together one after another and/or side by side, both in continuous and parallel order and i’m not sure whether it’s just a matter of individual perception or not but frankly it doesn’t matter, i think it’s brilliant.

The Time That Remains (2009) - dir. Elia Suleiman // Palestine

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masembe:

Touki Bouki - Djibril Diop Mambéty (1973)

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classicladiesofcolor:

Jocelyne LaGarde in her first and only film role as “Queen Malama Kanakoa” in the 1966 film, Hawaii. She was nominated for the Oscar and the Golden Globe for ‘Best Supporting Actress’ for her work in this film. She won the Golden Globe.

classicladiesofcolor:

Jocelyne LaGarde in her first and only film role as “Queen Malama Kanakoa” in the 1966 film, Hawaii. She was nominated for the Oscar and the Golden Globe for ‘Best Supporting Actress’ for her work in this film. She won the Golden Globe.

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