The Archive: Luis Bunuel, Andrei Tarkovsky, Stanley Kubrick, Akira Kurosawa & More

The Archive is a collection of cinephile-friendly findings around the web, including rare or never-before-seen photos, interviews, footage or any other bits related to classic cinema made by TheFilmStage. Check out the rundown below. Or read more here: http://bit.ly/ZrKM5l

Luis Buñuel was born on this day in 1900. See a photo of him with Catherine Deneuve on the set of Belle du Jour and a one-hour documentary on his 21-film stretch of making films in Mexico below. [The Guardian/Cinephilia & Beyond]

Wim Wenders discusses Wings of Desire in 13-minute commentary. [Digifruitella]

Andrei Tarkovsky‘s movies are streaming for free. [Open Culture]

Watch a visual essay on the three different aspect ratios (1.33:1 ; 1.66:1; 1.85:1) for On the Waterfront and watch Martin Scorsese discuss the film.

Michael Haneke‘s take on Mozart‘s Cosi Fan Tutte is debuting in Spain this weekend. [Teatro Real]

Humphrey Bogart‘s make-up test for John Huston‘s The Maltese Falcon (notice the misspelling). [tylerweaver]

Clark Gable, Shirley Temple, Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland at MGM. [emmafgreen]

Watch all of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s 10-part masterpiece Dekalog. [Xanthinusa4]

Stanley Kubrick on the Spain set of Spartacus in 1959. [FilmmakerIQ]

Watch Alex Cox‘s 50-minute documentary on Akira Kurosawa, featuring the late Donald Richie. [iambags]

Wes Anderson‘s ten favorite New York movies includes The Apartment, The Sweet Smell of Success, Rosemary’s Baby and more.  [NY Daily News]

Marlon Brando prepping on the set of Francis Ford Coppola‘s Apocalypse Now. [Reddit]

The five unusual habits of Orson Welles. [InkTank]

Watch a 45-minute documentary on the making of Stanley Kubrick‘s Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. [Filmmaker IQ]

Yasujiro Ozu on the set of Late Spring. [Criterion Corner]

How cinematographer Roger Deakins got ten famous shots. [Vulture]

Michelangelo Antonioni and Jack Nicholson on the set of The Passenger. [FilmmakerIQ]

Watch a video detailing Saul Bass‘ title sequences for Alfred Hitchcock‘s Vertigo, North by Northwest and Psycho.

Satyajit Ray, Michelangelo Antonioni and Akira Kurosawa at the Taj Mahal. [Kino Images]

See more from The Archive here 

 

Advertisements