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On the occasion of its 65th anniversary, the Festival de Cannes pays tribute to Marilyn Monroe, selected as the icon of the 2012 Festival.Fifty years after her death, Marilyn is still a major figure in world cinema, an eternal icon, whose grace, mystery and power of seduction remain resolutely contemporary. Each of her screen appearances sparks the imagination. The Festival poster captures Marilyn by surprise in an intimate moment where myth meets reality – a moving tribute to the anniversary o
Festival de Cannes 2012 Marilyn Monroe
Cannes Film Festival 2012 Ad - 65 years! #Cannes #Cannes2012 #CannesFilmFestival #fashion #style #design #hautecouture #couture
'65th CANNES' FILMFESTIVAL 2012
Festival de Cannes 2012 Cannes Film Festival, Film Market and Short Film Corner 2014 - http://www.cloud21.com/2/cannes-film-festival-2014
Marilyn Monroe - Cannes festival #Cannesfilmfestival #MarilynMonroe Cannes Film Festival, Film Market and Short Film Corner 2014 - http://www.cloud21.com/2/cannes-film-festival-2014
Official Festival de Cannes Poster, 1958
1960 Cannes International Film Festival Poster - an original illustration by Jean-Denis Maillart.
If It's Hip, It's Here: All Of The Official Festival de Cannes Posters Since 1946 To The Present. 65 Of Them.
Love the mix of clean and and modern in this. / Festival International de Guitare : Stoëmp - graphic design studio
Minimalist movie poster - My week with Marilyn
Wacky hands poster -- like the "floating object" look and block lettering that makes this modern. Maybe try with Garden Geek ads...
I really like the hand written script on this image. I think the editing of the image onto a colored background is a cool idea and would be cool for a personal yearbook.
Cuban poster for Vittorio De Sica's The Bicycle Thief
Cyclone, Cuba, 1965. Poster by René Azcuy Cárdenas
THE OTHERS Project & photography by Tina Weiss & Nico Schärer, 2010
I absolutely love this poster it almost brought me to tears! It's just so simple, yet when you see it you automatically know what it's going to be about without seeing the title. BEAUTIFUL!
Take This Waltz (2011, dir. Sarah Polley) has some cringe-worthy dialogue and irritating production design, but many parts of it are absolutely perfect. I'm glad Sarah Polley is making movies.