Martin Scorsese

1 week ago with 6,633 notes, via snl1975, from evnpeters

evnpeters:

This is a game. All of this is for you. You’re not investigating anything. You’re a fucking rat in a maze.

Shutter Island (2010)



1 week ago with 1,053 notes, via tayshathefilmgeek, from tayshathefilmgeek

"…both are places for people to come together and share a common experience, and i believe there’s a spirituality in films, even if it’s not one which can supplant faith. i find that over the years many films address themselves to the spiritual side of man’s nature - from griffith’s film intolerance to john ford’s the grapes of wrath, to hitchcock’s vertigo, to kubrick’s 2001 and so many more. it’s as if movies answer an ancient quest for the common unconscious. they fulfill a spiritual need that people have to share a common memory.” - martin scorsese, a personal journey with martin scorsese through american movies

"…both are places for people to come together and share a common experience, and i believe there’s a spirituality in films, even if it’s not one which can supplant faith. i find that over the years many films address themselves to the spiritual side of man’s nature - from griffith’s film intolerance to john ford’s the grapes of wrath, to hitchcock’s vertigo, to kubrick’s 2001 and so many more. it’s as if movies answer an ancient quest for the common unconscious. they fulfill a spiritual need that people have to share a common memory.” - martin scorsese, a personal journey with martin scorsese through american movies



1 week ago with 914 notes, via thatfilmdudekalen, from thatfilmdudekalen

thatfilmdudekalen:

Martin Scorsese - Honored Speaker at Tisch Salute 2014

WATCH THIS IF YOU NEED TO REMIND YOURSELF WHY YOU LOVE FILMMAKING. THIS MIGHT BE THE MOST INSPIRING SPEECH ON FILM EVER.

TRY NOT TO CRY.



2 weeks ago with 508 notes, via bickle, from bickle

"There’s too much "Howard Hughes" in Howard Hughes. That’s the trouble." - The Aviator (2004)



3 weeks ago with 2,382 notes, via bickle, from cinematicfantastic

Art Of The Title: Taxi Driver (1976) by Dan Perri

One of the purpose for creating a title design is  to tease the audience, what are they going to see for the next 2 hours? Hopefully, those first minutes makes them glued to the their seat and enjoy the adrenaline rush before the movie starts.

For Dan Perri’s design in Taxi Driver, we see the world of Travis Bickle through his own eyes as he observes the city streets in New york. This provides an insight into Travis mind and his relationship with the city. Then we hear Bernard Herrman’s iconic saxophone medley theme song to support the melancholy mood, and it just fits perfectly. Also, the use of beautiful vibrant colors contrast with a night scenery. The title design is haunting and beautiful, and somehow you can help but think “okay, what the hell am I getting myself into?” you can almost hear Scorsese replying,”Oh you have no idea.”



4 weeks ago with 3,860 notes, via robertdeniro, from posthawk

posthawk:

Taxi Driver (1976)



1 month ago with 2,073 notes, via firelordzuko, from anthonymackies

Martin Scorsese photographed by Wesley Mann.

Martin Scorsese photographed by Wesley Mann.

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thefilmstage:

Martin Scorsese will get sedated for a new Ramones film.

thefilmstage:

Martin Scorsese will get sedated for a new Ramones film.



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