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João Ruas on Ran, Kurosawa, and his new posters from

Flashback to November 2016: If you ask a dozen cinephiles to name Akira Kurosawa’s masterpiece, you’ll probably end up with a handful of different answers. Seven Samurai is a popular choice. Ikiru and Rashomon will most likely get votes. High and Low, Throne of Blood, Dersu Uzala, Yojimbo, and Kagemusha might be mentioned. All of […]Read More

BDP presents Three Colours: White by Victo Ngai

Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Three Colours Trilogy is a stunning cinematic achievement. Named after the colors of the French flag, Blue (1993), White (1994), and Red (1994), are each loosely themed after one of the three political ideals of the French Revolution: “Liberty, equality, and fraternity.” Each film is masterfully shot with a color palette reflecting its […]Read More

Kevin Tong on Ran, Kurosawa, and his new posters from

If you ask a dozen cinephiles to name Akira Kurosawa’s masterpiece, you’ll probably end up with a handful of different answers. Seven Samurai is a popular choice. Ikiru and Rashomon will most likely get votes. High and Low, Throne of Blood, Dersu Uzala, Yojimbo, and Kagemusha might be mentioned. All of these films are masterful […]Read More

MondoCon 2016

    Hello, ladies and gents! MondoCon 3 is so close it’s practically on top of us. The annual event kicked off in September of 2014 and immediately staked its claim as the preeminent shindig for collectors of limited edition screenprinted movie posters. MC3 takes place this Saturday and Sunday (October 22nd and 23rd) in […]Read More