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I see this space as one of expression and creativity; a combination of inspiration and entertainment. 100 mais palavras


How Buñuel and Dali Avoided Tropes

In the winter of 1929, Salvador Dali and Luis Buñuel created one of the world’s most notorious works of cinematic art, Un Chien Andalou. At sixteen minutes, the film is a series of indelible images, most famously a woman’s eyeball (actually a cow’s) sliced with a straight razor. 560 mais palavras

Un Chien Andalou (French pronunciation: [œ̃ ʃjɛ̃ ɑ̃dalu], An Andalusian Dog) is a 1929 silentsurrealistshort film by the Spanish directorLuis Buñuel…

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Trapped in front of the Mona Lisa

Today is Leonardo Da Vinci’s birthday, 564 years ago. And pictured above, of course, is his very famous Mona Lisa. He worked on this painting for the last 15 years of his life. 300 mais palavras


Luis Buñuel en el LAAF de Utrech

Rememorando el gran legado del cineasta junto a su hijo Juan Luis Buñuel.

A pesar del calor de la tarde, inesperado en un país tan habitualmente frío como Holanda, y del gran atasco en carretera, una buena jarra de agua fría es suficiente para refrescar al invitado de honor del  1.059 mais palavras

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a flush of enlightment

“Knowledge is the excrement of experience.”

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3 Things about Luis Buñuel's TRISTANA


1. “Even if you have nightmares, it’s good to dream. The dead don’t dream.” He stares at her cleavage. As he stands up from the chair, he closes the front of her nightgown and bids her goodnight. 6 mais palavras