untrustyou:

Wesley Ham
birthmoviesdeath:

Relax, it’s your birthday Jason Patric - GM
gregorygalloway:

Happy Birthday, Malcolm McDowell (born Malcolm Taylor, 13 June 1943)
frozun:

↪ dark pale/glow ⋆
thecamhouston:

UBUWEB STAFF PICK: Daniel Atkinson
Takashi Ito’s Ghost (1984)is a film I found by doing what Ubuweb encourages most: burning an afternoon randomly clicking through the embarrassment of riches on the site. Clocking in at just over five minutes, Ghost develops a primal horror show in an increasingly frenzied and disorienting space. The film’s atmospheric intensity displays the full power of film, feeling visually dense through a bare bones set of cinematic effects.
Takashi Ito, Ghost (still), 1984. Color video, 5 minutes. Music: Yosuke Inagaki.
UbuWeb Founding editor Kennth Goldsmith is performing at CAMH on July 12. Learn more about the event here. 
thecamhouston:

UBUWEB STAFF PICK: Daniel Atkinson
Takashi Ito’s Ghost (1984)is a film I found by doing what Ubuweb encourages most: burning an afternoon randomly clicking through the embarrassment of riches on the site. Clocking in at just over five minutes, Ghost develops a primal horror show in an increasingly frenzied and disorienting space. The film’s atmospheric intensity displays the full power of film, feeling visually dense through a bare bones set of cinematic effects.
Takashi Ito, Ghost (still), 1984. Color video, 5 minutes. Music: Yosuke Inagaki.
UbuWeb Founding editor Kennth Goldsmith is performing at CAMH on July 12. Learn more about the event here. 
thecamhouston:

UBUWEB STAFF PICK: Daniel Atkinson
Takashi Ito’s Ghost (1984)is a film I found by doing what Ubuweb encourages most: burning an afternoon randomly clicking through the embarrassment of riches on the site. Clocking in at just over five minutes, Ghost develops a primal horror show in an increasingly frenzied and disorienting space. The film’s atmospheric intensity displays the full power of film, feeling visually dense through a bare bones set of cinematic effects.
Takashi Ito, Ghost (still), 1984. Color video, 5 minutes. Music: Yosuke Inagaki.
UbuWeb Founding editor Kennth Goldsmith is performing at CAMH on July 12. Learn more about the event here. 
thecamhouston:

UBUWEB STAFF PICK: Daniel Atkinson
Takashi Ito’s Ghost (1984)is a film I found by doing what Ubuweb encourages most: burning an afternoon randomly clicking through the embarrassment of riches on the site. Clocking in at just over five minutes, Ghost develops a primal horror show in an increasingly frenzied and disorienting space. The film’s atmospheric intensity displays the full power of film, feeling visually dense through a bare bones set of cinematic effects.
Takashi Ito, Ghost (still), 1984. Color video, 5 minutes. Music: Yosuke Inagaki.
UbuWeb Founding editor Kennth Goldsmith is performing at CAMH on July 12. Learn more about the event here. 
weathured:

ghostly
fruitgod:

Glow x