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This Street Photographer's Start-to-Finish Analogue Process Is A Rarity

The number of people who still shoot film is small. The number of people who shoot and develop their own film is smaller, and the number of people who then make their own prints in a darkroom is minuscule. Andre D. Wagner is one of the few. This video is a window into not only his process, but his approach to taking pictures on the streets.


The Best Movie Posters Of 2014

Even if you saw every movie that came out this year, it’s unlikely you can recall the poster art for most of them. That’s where Adrian Curry, the purveyor of the excellent Tumblr Movie Poster of the Day, comes in. Curry recently rounded up the best poster designs of the year on Mubi.com’s Notebook — check them out below.


All 212,470 On-Screen Deaths In The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy In One Video

Video: It’s been over a decade since the Lord of the Rings trilogy wrapped up and we’re still totalling the body count. After all those sweeping battles and that epically long journey, Digg Video tallied up the death toll and it’s an insane 212,470. I guess those movies were pretty long, right?


All The Best Movie Trailers From 2014 Mashed Up Into One Awesome Video

I don’t know if 2014 was a good year for movies, but I do know that 2014 was a damn good year for movie trailers (this could be said for most years, actually). And here are clips of all those movie trailers mashed up into one awesome sequence.


60 Seconds Of Painful Breaking Bones From Movie Fight Scenes

Video: Oh man. I almost couldn’t get through this video because the non stop crunch of bones breaking in these fight scenes got to me. Even though I know full well that movies aren’t real and that all these broken bones are just visual tricks and sound effects, I still cringed. A lot.


Insanely Detailed Diagram Of A Classic Nikon SLR's Guts

Some gadgets of the past were feats of engineering that managed to squeeze countless moving parts into small packages. This diagram of the classic Nikon F3 shared by Bellamy Hunt of Japan Camera Hunter is a glorious sea of mechanics.


Behind The Scenes At The Best IMAX Theatre In America

Since 1994, as far as movie theatres go, the IMAX at Lincoln Center in New York City is the best there is. With films projected on an enormous 100-foot screen, any viewing experience there certainly fits the bill as “larger than life.”


Kubrick And Scorsese's Most Iconic Images In Just One Video

Video: Brazilian editor Leandro Copperfield combined the most iconic and spectacular images from two of my favourite directors, Stanley Kubrick and Martin Scorsese, in one video. Hit play and get ready for an overdose of film excellence.


Kids Today Barely Recognise Point-And-Shoot Cameras

Before cameras were a thing that was always in our pocket attached to our phones, human beings actually carried standalone gadgets for capturing casual photographs. Crazy, I know. Just ask these kids.


The Best Reason To See Interstellar: It's Part Of A Dying Breed Of Film

There’s something exceptional about Interstellar that everyone should experience — it is a movie-making “alignment of stars” akin to the perfect storm in music that lead to Woodstock. It’s a film so extravagant in nature, it was projected in 70mm, a format equal to the scale of its fantastic story, and shot on IMAX 65mm.