Thelonious Monk - Straight No Chaser (SPA subs).
Produced by Clint Eastwood.
Sorry Star Wars fans.
Leigh Singer’s Breaking the 4th Wall Movie Supercut
A compilation of scenes and moments from films that all “break the fourth wall” - that is, acknowledge (usually directly to the camera, and therefore the audience) that they’re part of a movie. The term comes from the imaginary “wall” at the front of the stage in a traditional three-walled box set in a proscenium theatre, through which the audience sees the action in the world of the play.
Vivre sa vie (1962)
Josep M. Ganyet
What would a collaboration between Salvador Dali and Walt Disney look like?
It would look like Destino.
Disney and Dali were unable to complete the film due to financial woes during World War II. Fortunately, Walt’s nephew Roy got the job done 53 years later.
Even after completion, it was another 11 years before the masses would see the film. It finally hit the streets as an extra on the 2010 Fantasia/Fantasia 2000 DVD/Blu-ray.
The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951)
Silent Star Wars (by funfunfunfunfunfive)
Paperman - Full Animated Short Film by Disney.
The Big Sleep (1946)
“Luis Buñuel’s ferociously brilliant The Exterminating Angel (1962) is one of his most provocative and unforgettable works. In it we watch a trivial breach of etiquette transform into the destruction of civilization. Not only does this story undermine our confidence in our social institutions but it challenges our powers of cognition and perception, which are shown to be easily distorted by unreliable narratives.”
— Marsha Kinder, The Exterminating Angel: Exterminating Civilization
How a Bicycle is Made (1945) (by British Council Film)