After the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917, Boris Kaufman moved with his family to newly independent Poland. He later went to Paris to study, fought in the French Army, and, when France fell to Germany, left for Canada and eventually the US. Director Elia Kazan chose Kaufman as Director of Photography for “On the Waterfront,” which won eight Academy Awards, including Best Cinematography. Learn about Kaufman and other immigrant artists: mo.ma/crossingborders. …. Our digital exhibition “Crossing Borders,” presented as part of our #CitizensBorders initiative, showcases works from MoMA’s collection by artists who immigrated to the U.S., often as refugees in search of safe haven. Explore all the works at mo.ma/crossingborders … [Elia Kazan. “On the Waterfront.” c.1954. 35mm film (black and white, sound). Acquired from Columbia Pictures. Restored with funding from the Sony Pictures Entertainment/Columbia Pictures preservation program.]
It wasn’t him, Charley, it was you. Remember that night in the Garden you came down to my dressing room and you said, “Kid, this ain’t your night. We’re going for the price on Wilson.” You remember that? “This ain’t your night”! My night! I coulda taken Wilson apart!
Just A Bunch Of Movies That People Should See One Day
Alright so I went way overboard but when I set out to make a list of films people should check out I’m gonna take it a little to seriously. That being said here’s a shit ton of films that I think everyone should check out if they can. I’m definitely missing a lot but every single one of these is in order by year of release. So here it goes.