Hello from Hollywood. The news Jean-Luc Godard's death came just as we were finishing this update, which - like many of our updates - includes several posters for his films. His sensational run from 1960 to 1967 changed cinema and remain fresh and fascinating to this day. BREATHLESS will always be sexy and cool, BANDE A PART is as exhilarating as ever and WEEKEND still startles. Lots of great posters, too.
Click on the BREATHLESS images for more Godard.
Other highlights this month include this signed Australian EMPIRE STRIKES BACK (and more STAR WARS), APOCALYPSE NOW 6 Sheet, great Japanese posters, Bond, THE GRADUATE, THE GROUP & more:
We've got more than 100 new vintage movie posters and acquisitions this month, but first I wanted to remind everyone that you can catch our Film/Art slideshow every Saturday night at the Cinespia at Hollywood Forever Cemetery Screenings. Upcoming films include the ultimate summer blockbuster - JAWS, Mike Nichols' THE BIRDCAGE on June 8th, which is Los Angeles Pride weekend. Our new vintage movie posters and acquisitions include 1 Sheets for GOLDFINGER, PSYCHO, BEING THERE plus rare Japanese 2 panels for ROSEMARY'S BABY and ONIBABA, a massive billboard for Jodorowsky's HOLY MOUNTAIN, an Andy Warhol designed German poster for the...
June 2018 Original Vintage Movie Posters Summer fun at Cinespia, Saul Bass, Swedish knockouts, Fellini, Bresson, 007 and more Dear Friends & Movie Lovers: Hello from Hollywood, where the Cinespia at Hollywood Forever Cemetery Screenings are in full swing, with a schedule that includes THELMA & LOUISE, THE GRADUATE and an L.A. Pride screening of TO WONG FOO... next weekend. Here's the poster for ALIEN (screening June 16th), brilliantly-designed (by Steve Frankfurt & Philip Gips), with the famous tagline: "In space, no one can hear you scream" From the Archive... Otto Preminger's ADVISE & CONSENT was released this week in 1962,...
August 2017 Original Vintage Movie Posters Dear Friends & Movie Lovers Hello from Hollywood. Before we get to our latest poster acquisitions, a few words about the extraordinary Jeanne Moreau, who died last week in Paris at the age of 89. Her long career spanned several decades, during which time she went from being a legendary muse to the filmmakers of France's Nouvelle Vague and starring of some of the most classic films of that era (JULES ET JIM, ELEVATOR TO THE GALLOWS, LA NOTTE, BAY OF ANGELS, THE BRIDE WORE BLACK ) to later working with auteurs such as Fassbinder...