sundancearchives:

We mourn the passing of Gabriel García Márquez, the Nobel Prize winning Colombian author, who beautifully led a Creative Writing Workshop for the Institute in 1989.  García Márquez also attended the 1989 Sundance Film Festival for the Dangerous Loves premiere, a program of films based on his stories portraying his glorious obsession with love and death. Gabriel García Márquez was instrumental in Sundance Institute’s extensive work in Latin America which spanned ten years and included partnerships supporting filmmakers throughout the continent. Photo courtesy of Sundance Institute Archives
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sickpage:

giacomo cr.
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mpdrolet:

Self-portrait, November 18, 1985
Allen Ginsberg
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nevver:

“Tell me about yourself — your struggles, your dreams, your telephone number.” — Peter Arno
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fuckyeahchaplin:

Charlie and the Nymphs in Sunnyside c.1919 
copyright; Roy Export co. 
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secretcinema1:

Dance Happening, Tokyo, 1961, William Klein
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~   http://www.salon.com/2014/04/13/david_foster_wallace_was_right_irony_is_ruining_our_culture/ (via damadesign)
thomasprior:

girl playing pool, berlin
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tamburina:

The Dreamers (Bernardo Bertolucci, 2003)
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savannahvanderniet:

Pink again.
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nevver:

Love actually
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Coney Island
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les-sources-du-nil:

Louis René Astre

Projet de parution pour Vogue, circa 1950
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melaniedaniels:

nastassja kinski
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Opaque  by  andbamnan