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Cinema. Music Theory. Cinematic music theory.

But as everyone knows: Even things that are not for sale have their price.

—Pierre Bourdieu: Economic, cultural and social capital. (1938)

(Source: fayet, via sociolab)

I want something else. I’m not even sure what to call it anymore except I know it feels roomy and it’s drenched in sunlight and it’s weightless and I know it’s not cheap. It’s probably not even real.

—Mark Z. Danielewski, House of Leaves  (via wethinkwedream)

(Source: larmoyante, via beyond-m-y-thoughts)

People look at you and say ‘you changed’, as if you worked that hard to stay the same

—Jay Z (via stinglikeabey)

(via sociolab)

do312:

#aveytare #animalcollective #p4k2014 #pitchfork #unionpark #chicago #do312 photo c/o @katerjayne (at Pitchfork Music Festival 2014)

do312:

#aveytare #animalcollective #p4k2014 #pitchfork #unionpark #chicago #do312 photo c/o @katerjayne (at Pitchfork Music Festival 2014)

do312:

#PushaT day two of #pitchfork #do312 #chicago photo c/o @katerjayne (at Pitchfork Music Festival 2014)

do312:

#PushaT day two of #pitchfork #do312 #chicago photo c/o @katerjayne (at Pitchfork Music Festival 2014)

rad-boobs:

tumblr girls be like buy me taco bell and finger my butthole (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

(via crudelucy)

The Master was the first motion picture in 16 years to be filmed on 65mm format using Panavision’s System 65 camera. Around 85% of the film was shot in this format, with the rest shot on 35mm. The last full-length motion picture to be shot in 65/70mm was Kenneth Branagh’s 1996 adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The decision to shoot in 65mm came from a desire to replicate the look of photos taken by vintage Pressman cameras, which use large-format 4x5-inch film. This also led to the use of the narrower 1.85:1 aspect ratio (65mm has a native aspect ratio of 2.2:1). Director Paul Thomas Anderson initially suggested shooting the film in VistaVision, and test footage was shot in that format, but the shallow-focus effect was not pronounced enough (x).

(Source: thefilmfatale, via eyeprotein)