no.-5-1948

Artwork Asks
  • Mona Lisa: Do you like to look neat and orderly? How long does it take for you to get ready for the day?
  • Starry Night: Do you enjoy watching the sky and daydreaming?
  • The Scream: How easy/hard is it for someone to startle or make you lose focus?
  • The Persistence of Memory: Do some people consider you to be a weird or strange person?
  • Girl with a Pearl Earring: Do you like to wear jewelry? What are your favorite pieces of jewelry and approximately how much are they worth?
  • The Last Supper: Are you religious at all?
  • Guernica: Is the world "Black and White" to you?
  • American Gothic: Would you like to lead a simple and happy life? Or do you prefer adventure?
  • The Creation of Adam: What is your favorite story from Mythology? Do you have any favorite Fables or Fairytales?
  • The Birth of Venus: Do you like to be in the spotlight?
  • David: Are you the bold type? Do want your ideas and thoughts to be heard all around the world?
  • A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte: Do you take time out of your day to kick back and relax? Where can people find you if so?
  • No. 5, 1948: Do you tend to break away from traditions and cultural norms? Are you the rebellious type?
  • Pietà: Name something that tugs at your heartstrings.
  • Venus De Milo: Do you believe that everyone deserves a second chance, no matter what they've been through in the past?
  • The Thinker: Do you often find yourself getting lost in thought? What is it usually about?
  • The Great Wave off Kanagawa: Do you like the Ocean?
  • Water Lily Pond: What are your favorite flowers?
  • Capitoline Wolf: What is your relationship with animals? Do you like them? What is your favorite animal?
  • Winged Victory of Samothrace: Do you strive to meet your goals and never give up on them?
  • Nighthawks: Are you a night owl or a early bird?
  • Lady with an Ermine: Do you have any pets? Would you like to have pets? If so, what would your dream pet be?
  • Wanderer above the Sea of Fog: Do you tend to get lost easily?
  • Napoleon Crossing the Alps: Are you a brave and daring individual? Would you fight for freedom if you had to?
  • The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp: Do you value your ability to get an education?
  • Christina's World: Is there anything you long for?
  • Washington Crossing the Delaware: Do you want to make an impact on this world? What do you want to be remembered for?
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The signs as famous paintings

Aries: Girl with a Pearl Earring -Johannes Vermeer

Taurus: American Gothic -Grant Wood

Gemini: Nighthawks -Edward Hopper

Cancer: A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte -Georges Seurat

Leo: Water Lilies -Claude Monet

Virgo: No. 5, 1948 -Jackson Pollock

Libra: The Starry Night -Vincent van Gogh

Scorpio: The Scream -Edvard Munch

Sagittarius: Mona Lisa -Leonardo da Vinci

Capricorn: The Persistence of Memory -Salvador Dali

Aquarius: Guernica -Pablo Picasso

Pisces: The Kiss -Gustav Klimt

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Nella notte tra l’otto e il nove maggio 1978, il corpo di Peppino Impastato, posto sulla linea ferroviaria Palermo – Trapani, è dilaniato da una carica di tritolo. Il suo funerale, partecipato da centinaia di giovani provenienti da tutta la Sicilia, viene aperto da uno striscione con la scritta “Con le idee e il coraggio di Peppino, noi continuiamo”.

E proprio dalle idee che lo spinsero a schierarsi apertamente contro la “borghesia mafiosa” della provincia palermitana è bene cominciare, per comprendere a pieno il profilo di un compagno per lungo tempo dimenticato e attualmente riciclato in uno dei tanti santini dell’antimafia da salotto.

Giuseppe Impastato nasce a Cinisi il 5 gennaio 1948 da Felicia Bartolotta e Luigi Impastato, quest’ultimo ben inserito nel contesto mafioso della provincia di Palermo (era stato inviato al confino durante il periodo fascista, mentre una delle sorelle aveva sposato il capomafia Cesare Manzella, ucciso con una giulietta al tritolo nel 1963). Ancora ragazzo, Peppino rompe con il padre, che lo caccia via di casa, e comincia a dedicarsi all’attività politica: nel 1965 fonda il giornale “L’Idea socialista” e aderisce al Psiup. Dal 1968 in poi partecipa, con ruolo dirigente, alle attività dei gruppi di Nuova Sinistra. Conduce le lotte dei contadini espropriati per la costruzione della terza pista dell’aeroporto di Palermo, in territorio di Cinisi, degli edili e dei disoccupati. Nel 1975 costituisce il gruppo “Musica e cultura”, che svolge attività culturali (cineforum, musica, teatro, dibattiti ecc.) e al cui interno trovano particolare spazio il “Collettivo Femminista” e il “Collettivo Antinucleare”

Lui stesso descrive questa intensa fase con le seguenti parole :“Arrivai alla politica nel lontano novembre del ’65, su basi puramente emozionali: a partire cioè da una mia esigenza di reagire ad una condizione familiare ormai divenuta insostenibile. Mio padre, capo del piccolo clan e membro di un clan più vasto, con connotati ideologici tipici di una civiltà tardo-contadina e preindustriale, aveva concentrato tutti i suoi sforzi, sin dalla mia nascita, nel tentativo di impormi le sue scelte e il suo codice comportamentale. E’ riuscito soltanto a tagliarmi ogni canale di comunicazione affettiva e compromettere definitivamente ogni possibilità di espansione lineare della mia soggettività”.

Nell’estate del 1973 aderisce a Lotta Continua e conosce Mauro Rostagno, di cui apprezza in particolar modo le posizioni libertarie. Nel 1976 fonda Radio Aut, emittente privata e autofinanziata che indirizza i suoi sforzi e la sua scelta nel campo della controinformazione e soprattutto in quello della satira nei confronti della mafia e degli esponenti della politica locale. Il programma più ascoltato è “Onda pazza”, trasmissione condotta da Peppino stesso, durante la quale denuncia  quotidianamente i delitti e gli affari dei mafiosi di Cinisi e Terrasini, e in primo luogo del capomafia Gaetano Badalamenti, che avevano un ruolo primario nei traffici internazionali di droga, attraverso il controllo dell’aeroporto. Nel 1978 si candida nella lista di Democrazia Proletaria alle elezioni comunali, e viene eletto nel Consiglio comunale di Cinisi appena pochi giorni dopo essere stato assassinato.

Fin da subito, stampa, forze dell’ordine e magistratura parlano di atto terroristico in cui l’attentatore sarebbe rimasto vittima e, dopo la scoperta di una lettera scritta molti mesi prima, di un suicidio “eclatante”. Il 9 maggio del 1979 il Centro siciliano di documentazione (nato nel 1977 e che nel 1980 si sarebbe intitolato a Giuseppe Impastato) organizza, con Democrazia Proletaria, la prima manifestazione nazionale contro la mafia della storia d’Italia, a cui parteciparono 2000 persone provenienti da tutto il paese. Dopo diverse archiviazioni, depistaggi e ostruzioni da parte della polizia, il caso dell’omicidio viene riaperto nel 1996 grazie alle forza e alla determinazione dei compagni e della madre di Peppino e del Centro di documentazione Impastato; il 5 marzo 2001 la Corte d’Assise ha riconosciuto come colpevoli dell’omicidio Gaetano Badalamenti nel ruolo di mandante e Vito Palazzolo in quello di esecutore.

Della figura di Peppino a noi interessa però sottolineare l’importanza della sua antimafia sociale, contro un sistema di relazioni in cui sono strettamente intrecciate mafie, politica, amministrazione, finanza. Come ha scritto Giovanni Russo Spena, “L’antimafia sociale contro la borghesia mafiosa, contro processi di accumulazione mafiosa che sono veri e propri percorsi di valorizzazione del capitale globale (…) Noi ci impegniamo a ricostruire, pur dentro alle difficoltà del presente, partecipazione, protagonismo, autorganizzazione, intorno ad una antimafia, come quella che Peppino ha incarnato, non ipocrita, non di facciata, ma viva, vera, sociale; lottare contro le mafie è, per tanti giovani e tante ragazze, anche lotta contro la precarietà, per il salario sociale, il reddito di cittadinanza. Per questo Peppino è parte fondativa del nostro vissuto politico. Per questo rifiutiamo interpretazioni edulcorate e centriste: Peppino fu uomo del ’68, non va dimenticato. Fu militante anticapitalista che organizzava conflitti sociali, dagli studenti ai braccianti, ai contadini poveri. E fu precursore, anche come organizzatore culturale, di un’intensa e moderna criticità come rovesciamento e senso comune di massa. Radio Aut fu la struttura comunicativa più moderna del Mezzogiorno, negli anni Settanta, esempio straordinario di inchiesta e controinformazione. La metafora, il sarcasmo, la desacralizzazione dei capi mafiosi diventarono, con Peppino, strumento di lotta politica”.

50 Yönetmenin Önerdiği En İyi Filmler Listesi

1. Stanley Kubrick

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1. I Vitelloni (1953) 2. Wild Strawberries (1957) 3. Citizen Kane (1941) 4. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) 5. City Lights (1931) 6. Henry V (1944) 7. La notte (1961) 8. The Bank Dick (1940) 9. Roxie Hart (1942) 10. Hell’s Angels (1930) ___

2. Danny Boyle

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1. Apocalypse Now (1979) 2. The Bicycle Thief (1948) 3. The Wrong Trousers (1993) 4. Au Revoir Les Enfants (1987) 5. Eureka (1983) ____

3. Martin Scorsese

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1. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 2. 8½ (1963) 3. Ashes and Diamonds (1958) 4. Citizen Kane (1941) 5. The Leopard (1963) 6. Paisan (1946) 7. The Red Shoes (1948) 8. The River (1951) 9. Salvatore Giuliano (1962) 10. The Searchers (1956) 11. Ugetsu Monogatari (1953) 12. Vertigo (1958) ____

4. J. J. Abrams

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1. Jaws (1975) 2. Philadelphia Story (1940) 3. Star Wars (1977) 4. Tootsie (1982) 5. Rear Window (1954) ___

5. Andrey Tarkovski

 
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1. Le Journal d’un curé de campagne (1951) 2. Winter Light (1962) 3. Nazarín (1959) 4. Wild Strawberries (1957) 5. City Lights (1931) 6. Ugetsu monogatari (1953) 7. Seven Samurai (1954) 8. Persona (1966) 9. Mouchette (1967) 10. Woman of the Dunes (1964) _____

6. John Carpenter

 
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1. Only Angels Have Wings (1939) 2. Rio Bravo (1959) 3. Citizen Kane (1941) 4. Vertigo (1958) 5. Blow-Up (1966) ____

7. Peter Jackson

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1. King Kong (1933) 2. Dawn of the Dead (1978) 3. The General (1927) 4. Goodfellas (1990) 5. Jaws (1975) ____

8. Michael Haneke

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10. L’eclisse (1962) 9. Germany, Year Zero (1948) 8. A Woman Under the Influence (1974) 7. Psycho (1960) 6. The Gold Rush (1925) 5. The Exterminating Angel (1962) 4. Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975) 3. The Mirror (1975) 2. Lancelot of the Lake (1974) 1. Au hasard Balthazar (1966) ____

9. Woody Allen

 
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The 400 Blows (1959) 8½ (1963) Amarcord (1972) The Bicycle Thieves (1948) Citizen Kane (1941) The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972) Grand Illusion (1937) Paths of Glory (1957) Rashomon (1950) The Seventh Seal (1957) ____

10. Sofia Coppola

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1. Rumble Fish (1983) 2. Breathless (1960) 3. Sixteen Candles (1984) 4. Lolita (1962) 5. The Last Picture Show (1971) ___

11. Federico Fellini

 
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1. The Circus (1928) 2. Herhangi bir Marx Kardeşler veya Laurel ve Hardy 3. Stagecoach (1939) 4. Rashomon (1950) 5. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972) 6. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 7. Paisan (1946) 8. The Birds (1963) 9. Wild Strawberries (1957) 10. 8½ (1963) ____

12. Wes Anderson

 
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1. Madame de… (1953) 2. Au hasard Balthazar (1966) 3. Buta to gunkan (1961) 4. La prise de pouvoir par Louis XIV (1966) 5. The Spy Who Came in from the Cold (1965) 6. The Friends of Eddie Coyle (1973) 7. Classe tous risques (1960) 8. L’enfance nue (1968) 9. Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985) 10. El ángel exterminador (1962)___

13. James Cameron

 
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1. The Wizard of Oz (1939) 2. Dr. Strangelove (1964) 3. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 4. The Godfather (1972) 5. Taxi Driver (1976) ___

14. Michael Mann

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1. Apocalypse Now (1979) 2. Battleship Potemkin (1925) 3. Citizen Kane (1941) 4. Avatar (2009) 5. Dr. Strangelove (1964) 6. Biutiful (2010) 7. My Darling Clementine (1946) 8. The Passion of Joan Of Arc (1928) 9. Raging Bull (1980) 10. The Wild Bunch (1969) ____

15. Francis Ford Coppola

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1. Ashes and Diamonds (1958) 2. The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) 3. I Vitelloni (1953) 4. The Bad Sleep Well (1960) 5. Yojimbo (1961) 6. Singin’ in the Rain (1952) 7. The King of Comedy (1982) 8. Raging Bull (1980) 9. The Apartment (1960) 10. Sunrise (1927) ___

16. Guillermo Del Toro

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1. Frankenstein (1931) 2. Freaks (1932) 3. Shadow of a Doubt (1943) 4. Greed (1925) 5. Modern Times (1936) 6. La Belle et la Bête (1946) 7. Goodfellas (1990) 8. Los Olvidados (1950) 9. Nosferatu (1922) 10. 8½ (1963) ___

17. David O. Russell

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1. It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) 2. Chinatown (1974) 3. Goodfellas (1990) 4. Vertigo (1958) 5. Pulp Fiction (1994) 6. Raging Bull (1980) 7. Young Frankenstein (1974) 8. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972) 9. The Godfather (1972) 10. Blue Velvet (1986) 11. Groundhog Day (1993) ____

18. Nuri Bilge Ceylan

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1. Mirror (1975) 2. Andrei Rublev (1966) 3. Tokyo Story (1953) 4. Late Spring (1949) 5. A Man Escaped (1956) 6. Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) 7. Shame (1968) 8. Scenes from a Marriage (1973) 9. L’avventura (1960) 10. L’eclisse (1962) ___

19. Quentin Tarantino

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1. Apocalypse Now (1979) 2. The Bad News Bears (1976) 3. Carrie (1976) 4. Dazed and Confused (1993) 5. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) 6. The Great Escape (1963) 7. His Girl Friday (1939) 8. Jaws (1975) 9. Pretty Maids All in a Row (1971) 10. Rolling Thunder (1997) 11. Sorcerer (1977) 12. Taxi Driver (1976) ___

20. George Lucas

 
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1. Metropolis (1927) 2. Stagecoach (1939) 3. The Searchers (1956) 4. Rashômon (1950) 5. Ikiru (1952) 6. Seven Samurai (1954) 7. The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) 8. The Hidden Fortress (1958) 9. The Blob (1958) 10. Yojimbo (1961) 11. Dr. Strangelove (1964) 12. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) 13. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 14. Planet of the Apes (1968) 15. A Clockwork Orange (1971) ___

21. Tim Burton

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1. Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972) 2. The Wicker Man (1974) 3. The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1973) 4. The War of the Gargantuas (1970) 5. The Omega Man (1971) ___

22. Christopher Nolan

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1. The Hit (1984) 2. 12 Angry Men (1957) 3. The Thin Red Line (1998) 4.  Das Testament des Dr. Mabuse (1933) 5. Bad Timing (1980) 6. Marry Christmas Mr. Lawrence (1983) 7. For All Mankind (1989) 8.  Koyaanisqatsi (1983) 9. The Complete Mr. Arkadin (1955) 10. Greed (1924) ___

23. Ingmar Bergman

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1. The Outlaw and His Wife (Victor Sjostrom, 1918) 2. The Phantom Carriage (Victor Sjostrom, 1921) 3. Der Letzte Mann (F. W. Murnau, 1924) 4. The Saga Of Gosta Bergling (Mauritz Stiller, 1924) 5. Faust (F. W. Murnau, 1926) 6. Sunrise (F. W. Murnau, 1927) 7. The Possion of Joan of Arc (Carl Theodor Dreyer, 1928) 8. The Circus (Charlie Chaplin, 1928) 9. Cezayir Batakhaneleri (Julien Duvivier, 1937) 10. Hotel Du Nord (Marcel Carne, 1938) 11. Port Of Shadows (Marcel Carne, 1938) 12. Le Jour Se Leve (Marcel Carne, 1939) 13. Rashomon (Akira Kurosawa, 1950) 14. Sunset Boulevard (Billy Wilder, 1950) 15. Diary of Country Priest (Robert Bresson, 1951) 16. M. Hulot’s Holiday (Jacques Tati, 1953) ___

24. Gaspar Noe

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1) 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968; Stanley Kubrick) 2) Amour (2012; Michael Haneke) 3) Angst (1983; Gerald Kargl) 4) Un Chien Andalou (1928; Luis Buñuel) 5) Eraserhead (1976; David Lynch) 6) I Am Cuba (1964; Mikhail Kalatozov) 7) King Kong (1933; Merian C. Cooper/Ernest B. Schoedsack) 8) Salo, or The 120 Days of Sodom (1975; Pier Paolo Pasolini) 9) Scorpio Rising (1964; Kenneth Anger) 10) Taxi Driver (1976; Martin Scorsese) ____

25. David Lynch

8½ (Federico Fellini, 1963) Mr. Hulot’s Holiday (Jacques Tati, 1953) Sunset Boulevard (Billy Wilder, 1950) Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock, 1954) It’s a Gift (Norman Z. McLeod, 1934) The Apartment (Billy Wilder, 1960) La Strada (Federico Fellini, 1954) Lolita (Stanley Kubrick, 1962) The Wizard Of Oz (victor Fleming, 1939) Stroszek (Werner Herzog, 1977) ___  

26. Akira Kurosawa

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1. Broken Blossoms or The Yellow Man and the Girl (Griffith, 1919) USA 2. Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari [The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari] (Wiene, 1920) Germany 3. Dr. Mabuse, der Spieler – Ein Bild der Zeit [Dr. Mabuse, the Gambler] (Lang, 1922) Germany 4. The Gold Rush (Chaplin, 1925) USA 5. La Chute de la Maison Usher [The Fall of the House of Usher] (Jean Epstein, 1928) France 6. Un Chien Andalou [An Andalusian Dog] (Bunuel, 1928) France 7. Morocco (von Sternberg, 1930) USA 8. Der Kongress Tanzt (Charell, 1931) Germany 9. Die 3groschenoper [The Threepenny Opera] (Pabst, 1931) Germany 10. Leise Flehen Meine Lieder [Lover Divine] (Forst, 1933) Austria/Germany ___

27. David Fincher

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Butch Cassidy and the Sundance KidChinatownDr. StrangeloveThe Godfather 2Taxi DriverBeing ThereAll That JazzAlienRear WindowZeligCabaretPaper MoonJawsLawrence of ArabiaAll the President’s Men8 ½Citizen KaneDays of HeavenAnimal HouseRoad Warrior (Mad Max 2) Year of Living DangerouslyAmerican GraffitiTerminatorMonty Python & The Holy GrailThe ExorcistThe Graduate

28. Miranda July

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Blind (1987, Frederick Wiseman) Smooth Talk (1985, Joyce Chopra) Vertigo (1958, Alfred Hitchcock) After Life (1998, Hirokazu Koreeda) Somewhere In Time (1980, Jeannot Szwarc) Cheese (2007, Mika Rottenberg) Punch Drunk Love (2002, Paul Thomas Anderson) The Red Balloon (1956, Albert Lamorisse) A Room With A View (1985, James Ivory) Fish Tank (2009, Andrea Arnold) ____

29. Michel Hazanavicius

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City Girl (1930, F.W. Murnau) City Lights (1931, Charlie Chaplin) To Be Or Not To Be (1942, Ernst Lubitsch) Citizen Kane (1941, Orson Welles) The Apartment (1960, Billy Wilder) The Shining (1980, Stanley Kubrick) North By Northwest (1959, Alfred Hitchcock) The Third Man (1949, Carol Reed) Raging Bull (1980, Martin Scorsese) Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs (1937, Walt Disney) ___

30. Steven Soderbergh

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“All the President’s Men” (Alan J. Pakula, 1976) “Annie Hall” (Woody Allen, 1977) “Citizen Kane” (Orson Welles, 1941) “The Conversation” (Francis Ford Coppola, 1974) “The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T” (Roy Rowland, 1953) “The Godfather” (Francis Ford Coppola, 1972) “The Godfather: Part II” (Francis Ford Coppola, 1974) “Jaws” (Steven Spielberg, 1975) “The Last Picture Show” (Peter Bogdanovich, 1971) “Sunset Boulevard” (Billy Wilder, 1950) “The Third Man” (Carol Reed, 1949) ___

31. Spike Lee

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32. Edgar Wright

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2001: A Space Odyssey (Kubrick, 1968) An American Werewolf in London (Landis, 1981) Carrie (de Palma, 1976) Dames (Enright/Berkeley, 1934) Don’t Look Now (Roeg, 1973) Duck Soup (McCarey, 1933) Psycho (Hitchcock, 1960) Raising Arizona (Coen, 1987) Taxi Driver (Scorsese, 1976) The Wild Bunch (Peckinpah, 1969) __

33. Allison Anders

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A Woman is A Woman Charade 3 Women Carnival of Souls Young Mr. Lincoln My Man Godfrey Gimme Shelter Monterey Pop Dazed and Confused The Red Shoes (Sinefesto) ____

34. Robert Bresson

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The Gold Rush City Lights Potemkin Brief Encounter The Bicycle Thief Man of Aran Louisiana Story ____

35. Luis Buñuel

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Underworld (Sternberg) The Gold Rush (Chaplin) The Bicycle Thief (De Sica) Potemkin (Eisenstein) Portrait of Jennie (Dieterle) Cavalcade (Lloyd) White Shadows in the South Seas (Van Dyke) Dead of Night (Cavalcantin, etc.) L’Age d’Or (Buñuel) I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (Le Roy) ___

36. Alex Cox

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Citizen Kane (Welles) The Devils (K. Russell) The Exterminating Angel (Bu??) King Kong (Cooper, Schoedsack) The Mattei Affair (Rosi) O Lucky Man! (Anderson) 2001: A Space Odyssey (Kubrick) Throne of Blood (Kurosawa) The Wages of Fear (Clouzot) The War Game (Watkins) Sinefesto ____

37. Vittorio De Sica

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Man of Aran (Flaherty) The Kid (Chaplin) La Chienne (Renoir) Le Million (Clair) L’Atalante (Vigo) Kameradschadt (Pabst) Storm Over Asia (Pudovkin) Potemkin (Eisenstein) Hallelujah! (Vidor) La Kermesse Heroique (Feyder) (sinefesto.com) ____

38. Carl Dreyer

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Birth of a Nation (Griffith) Arne’s Treasure (Stiller) Potemkin (Eisenstein) The Gold Rush (Chaplin) Sous les Toits de Paris (Clair) Quai des Brumes (Carne) Brief Encounter (Lean) Henry V (Olivier) The Petrified Forest (Mayo) Open City (Rossellini) ___

39. Terry Gilliam

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Citizen Kane Seven Samurai Seventh Seal 8 ½ 2001: A Space Odyssey Sherlock Jr Pinocchio Les Enfants du Paradis One-Eyed Jacks The Apartment Birth of a Nation The Exterminating Angel Lawrence of Arabia Napoleon – D: Gance ___ 40. Jim Jarmusch
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L’Atalante (Vigo) Tokyo Story (Ozu) They Live by Night (N. Ray) Bob le flambeur (Melville) Sunrise (Murnau) The Cameraman (Sedgwick) Mouchette (Bresson) Seven Samurai (Kurosawa) Broken Blossoms (Griffith) Rome, Open City (Rossellini) ___

41. Asif Kapadia

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Psycho (Hitchcock) Raging Bull (Scorsese) The Godfather and The Godfather Part II (Coppola) Ugetsu Monogatari (Mizoguchi) Do the Right Thing (Lee) Once upon a Time in the West (Leone) Don’t Look Now (Roeg) The Hidden Fortress (Kurosawa) The Story of Qiu Ju (Zhang) Straw Dogs (Peckinpah) ___

42. Elia Kazan

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Potemkin (Eisenstein) Aerograd (Dovzhenko) The Gold Rush (Chaplin) Flesh and the Devil (Brown) Open City (Rossellini) The Bicycle Thief (De Sica) Shoulder Arms (Chaplin) Target for Tonight (Watt) La Femme du Boulanger (Pagnol) Marius, Fanny, Cesar (Pagnol) (sinefesto.com) ___

43. Sidney Lumet

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The Best Years of Our Lives (Wyler) Fanny and Alexander (Bergman) The Godfather (Coppola) The Grapes of Wrath (Ford) Intolerance (Griffith) The Passion of Joan of Arc (Dreyer) Ran (Kurosawa) Roma (Fellini) Singin’ in the Rain (Kelly, Donen) 2001: A Space Odyssey (Kubrick) ___

44. Mira Nair

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An Angel at My Table (Campion) The Battle of Algiers (Pontecorvo) Dekalog (Kieslowski) The Double Life of V?nique (Kieslowski) 8 ½ (Fellini) The Godfather (Coppola) In the Mood for Love (Wong) La Jet?(Marker) The Music Room (S. Ray) Pyaasa (Dutt) Raging Bull (Scorsese) Time of the Gypsies (Kusturica)

45. Alex Proyas

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Citizen Kane (Welles) Dr. Strangelove (Kubrick) The Exorcist (Friedkin) The Godfather (Coppola) It’s a Wonderful Life (Capra) Lawrence of Arabia (Lean) North by Northwest (Hitchcock) One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Forman) The Third Man (Reed) The Wizard of Oz (Fleming) ___

46. Joel Schumacher

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Battleship Potemkin (Eisenstein) Lawrence of Arabia (Lean) The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (Greenaway) Bicycle Thieves (De Sica) Breaking the Waves (von Trier) A Clockwork Orange (Kubrick) The Conversation (Coppola) Sunset Blvd. (Wilder) Stalker (Tarkovsky) The Conformist (Bertolucci) ___

47. Steven Spielberg

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48. Gore Verbinski

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49. Billy Wilder

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50. Geoffrey Wright

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“Este es el barrio donde yo nací

El rinconcito donde yo viví”

AQUÍ VIVE GENTE

Mural en la Calle del Tren, Puerta de Tierra, San Juan, Puerto Rico dedicado a Raphy Leavitt con parte del tema “Mi barrio”  de Raphy Leavitt y La Selecta

Rafael Ángel Leavitt Rey, más conocido como Raphy Leavitt, (San Juan, Puerto Rico, 17 de septiembre de 1948 - Miami, Florida, 5 de agosto de 2015) fue un compositor puertorriqueño y fundador de la orquesta de música salsa “La Selecta”.

El lema “Aquí vive gente” fue hecho por los residentes del barrio que se sienten que el gobierno desea destruir el barrio.

“This is the neighborhood where I grew up

The Little corner where I lived.”

PEOPLE LIVE HERE

Wall painting located at Calle del Tren, Puerta de Tierra, San Juan, Puerto Rico dedicated to Puerto Rican composer and founder of the salsa orchestra “La Selecta”.  Raphy Leavitt (September 17, 1948 – August 5, 2015) using lyrics from his song titled “Mi Barrio”

“PEOPLE LIVE HERE” Is the slogan made by the residents of the neighborhood because they feel that the government doesn’t listen to them and wants them out of there.

Stanley Kubrick's top films (1963)

1. I Vitelloni (Fellini, 1953)

2. Wild Strawberries (Bergman, 1957)

3. Citizen Kane (Welles, 1941)

4. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (Huston, 1948)

5. City Lights (Chaplin, 1931)

6. Henry V (Olivier, 1944)

7. La notte (Antonioni, 1961)

8. The Bank Dick (Fields, 1940)

9. Roxie Hart (Wellman, 1942)

10. Hell’s Angels (Hughes, 1930)

‘I remember thinking at the time that I didn’t know anything about movies, but I’d seen so many movies that were bad, I thought, ‘Even though I don’t know anything, I can’t believe I can’t make a movie at least as good as this’. And that’s why I started, why I tried.’

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الطنطورة | Tantura

الطنطورة قرية ساحلية فلسطينية تقع الي الجنوب من مدينة حيفا، وتبعد عنها 24 كم. قدر عدد سكانها سنة 1929 حوالي 750 نسمة وفي عام 1945 حوالي 1490 نسمة. قامت المنظمات الصهيونية المسلحة بهدم القرية وتشريد أهلها البالغ عددهم عام 1948 حوالي 1728 نسمة وكان ذلك في 23 -5-1948 وعلى ارضها وقعت مجزرة الطنطورة بعد نحو شهر من مجزرة دير ياسين. علي أنقاض الطنطورة أقيمت مستعمرة نحشوليم عام 1948 ومستعمرة دور عام 1949.

الصور: ما تبقى من الطنطورة. تصوير: عيسى غريّب

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Tantura was a Palestinian Arab fishing village located on the Mediterranean coast. It was built on the ruins of the ancient city of Dor. In 1945 it had a population of 1,490.
depopulated during the 1948 Nakba.

Photos: Tantura, all that remains
Photography by Essa Grayeb

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Children in Cinema (1)    [part 2 - part 3]

1. The Kid (Charles Chaplin, 1921)
2. Inn in Tokyo (Yasujirô Ozu, 1935)
3. The Children Are Watching Us (Vittorio De Sica, 1944)
4. Bicycle Thieves (Vittorio De Sica, 1948)
5. Forbidden Games (René Clément, 1952)
6. The Night of the Hunter (Charles Laughton, 1955)
7. The 400 Blows (François Truffaut, 1959)
8. To Kill a Mockingbird (Robert Mulligan, 1962)
9. Ivan’s Childhood (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1962)
10. Muddy River (Kôhei Oguri, 1981)