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May 2017 Movie Posters

Original Vintage Movie Posters @ Film/Art Gallery

May 2017 Movie Posters


Original Vintage Movie Posters @ Film/Art Gallery

Dear Friends & Movie Lovers-

 

It was such a nice surprise to pick up the April edition of Vanity Fair and find a lengthy profile of the great illustrator/artist Robert McGinnis. Although movie posters have a unique and significant place in our pop culture history, most of the artists behind the posters have worked in relative obscurity. Kudos to VF for giving the 91 year-old McGinnis such a nice tribute. If you haven't read the article, do yourself a favor and check it out. And of course, you should also take a look at our collection of RM-designed posters, right here.

Also...We're less than two weeks away from the first Cinespia at Hollywood Forever Cemetery Screening of the summer (CHINATOWN), and the entire lineup for May & June has been announced. There's definitely something for everyone, from THE WIZARD OF OZ to BOOGIE NIGHTS. Hitchcock's NORTH BY NORTHWEST will be screening on May 27; you can get tickets here and take a look at our posters for that classic film here.

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The highly-publicized FX series "Feud" - about the relationship/rivalry between Hollywood royalty Bette Davis and Joan Crawford - has just ended, and it stirred up a great deal of interest in both actresses and the classic thriller in which they co-starred. As a result, our posters for WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? have been very popular over the past couple months. You can see our collection of posters for the film here.Finally - we've just uploaded 70 new acquisitions to the site, including:

 

French LES QUATRE CENTS COUPS CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF; great U.S. posters for THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH, WESTWORLD, BREATHLESS, BLACK NARCISSUS, VANISHING POINT (6 Sheet) & STAR WARS (Style C); a rare Japanese poster for Ozu's EQUINOX FLOWER; a great German LOS OLVIDADOS; plus THE RED SHOES, ROSEMARY'S BABY, LET'S GET LOST, James Dean, Cassavetes, Raquel and much more right here:

 

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All Best-

Matthew McCarthy