Arty Film 2 features a selection of eclectic film lists including...
Georgina Talbot’s 10 films with great clothes
1. Don’t Look Now (Nicholas Roeg,1973)
2. The Dreamers (Bernardo Bertolucci, 2006)
3. The Lives of Others (Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, 2006)
4. A Bout de Souffle (Jean Luc Godard, 1960)
5. Rosemary's Baby (Roman Polanski, 1968)
6. Who's That Knocking at My Door (Martin Scorsese, 1967)
7. The Darjeeling Limited (Wes Anderson, 2007)
8. The Deer Hunter (Michael Cimino,1978)
9. Zatoichi (Takeshi Kitano, 2003)
10. Amelie (Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 2001)
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Sarah Doyle's fictional artists and their artwork in movies
After Hours Linda Fiorentino plays artist Kiki Bridges, Teri Garr plays sketch artist Julie, Verna Bloom plays June the Sculptor.
The Rebel Tony Hancock as artist Anthony Hancock.
Turkish Delight Rutger Hauer plays artist Eric Vonk, the sculptor
PeckerEdward Furlong as photographer Pecker
New York Stories Nick Nolte plays artist Lionel Dobie
Color Me Blood Red Gordon Oas-Heim (as Don Joseph) plays artist Adam Sorg
Seconds Rock Hudson plays artist Antiochus 'Tony' Wilson
The Big Lebowski Julianne Moore plays artist Maude Lebowski, David Thewlis plays video artist Knox Harrington
An American In Paris Gene Kelly plays artist Jerry Mulligan
Bluebeard John Carradine as artist Gaston Morrell
Ghost World Illeana Douglas plays Roberta Allsworth, Thora Birch plays artist Enid
Picture of Dorian Gray Lowell Gilmore plays artist Basil Hallward
Morgan - A Suitable Case For Treatment David Warner plays artist Morgan Delt
Xanadu Michael Beck plays artist Sonny Malone
The Draughtsman's Contract Anthony Higgins plays artist Mr. Neville
Gordon Dalton's 11 films with great deaths
1. Bambi - Calm down deer, it's only a bullet
2. Final Destination 2 - barbed wire becomes a human cheese slice
3. The Thing - you're dead already, and then your head runs off, as a spider
4. Alien - stomach ache never hurt so bad
5. Scanners - as above, but with headaches
6. True Romance - killing drug dealers and hitmen feels good
7. Things to do in Denver when your dead - I am Godzilla, and you are Japan!
8. Nightmare on Elm St - Johnny Depp suits red, dont you think
9. Jaws - Quint gets chewed, slowly, with plastic teeth
10. Deep Rising - that axe has got to hurt
11. Raiders of the Lost Ark - Burn Baby Burn, Bible inferno
Virananda (aka Steve Bellingham)'s 10 odyssey trip films
1. Avalon (Mamoru Oshii, 2001)
2. Dead Man (Jim Jarmusch, 1995)
3. 2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick, 1968)
4. Céline et Julie vont en bateau (Jaques Rivette, 1974)
5. Münchausen (Josef von Báky, 1943)
6. El Topo (Alejandro Jodorowsky, 1971)
7. Stalker (Andrei Tarkowsky, 1979)
8. Easy Rider (Dennis Hopper, 1969)
9. Orphée (Jean Cocteau, 1949)
10. The Magic Flute (Ingmar Bergman, 1975)
Clare Qualmann sent us a list of librarians on film
'I picked this list up at INIVA's recent Hollywood Librarian event organised by Holly Callaghan. It was published by Ann O'Brien, Martin Raish, and BI-L (The Bibliographic Instruction Discussion Group) as The Image of the Librarian in Commercial Motion Pictures: An Annotated Filmography, in Collection Management journal 17(3) (1993): 61-84. More info on Martin Raish's online directory'
. Batman (the 1967 version) - Batgirl, aka Barbara Gordon, was a librarian in the downtown branch of the Gotham public Library.
. Desk Set (1957) - Katharine Hepburn (whose sister is a real life librarian) is the reference librarian for a TV network.
. Name of the Rose (1986) - The library holds the key to the whole mystery.
. Something Wicked this Way Comes (1983) - Jason Robards Jr. is a meek librarian with some dark secrets, but is the only person in town to confront the evil brought by the traveling carnival.
Sophie's Choice - Meryl Streep plays Sophie, a Polish immigrant in America who goes to the library to get a book by her beloved Emily Dickinson, but in her heavy accent she asks for the american poet 'Emil Dickens' for which the librarian lambasts her for her ignorance, as Charles Dickens was not an American, nor did he write poetry.
. Storm Center (1956) - Bette Davis, the fiery small town librarian, fights censorship and suppression of free speech by refusing to expurgate a book on communism.
. The Time Machine (1962) - Rod Taylor builds a time machine and travels far into the future, where he encounters two distinct societies who know nothing of their past. He is taken to a dusty old place where there is a shelf of disintegrating books.....
. You're a Big Boy Now (1967) - Peter Kastner is a 19 year old page in the New York Public Library trying to make his way through the usual rites of passage.
'The list was compiled back in 1993 so could have more added - including Party Girl (1995) starring Parker Posey and of course The Shawshank Redemption (1994).'
Jock Mooney's favourite Gialli
(Italian horror / muder mystery / police films of the 70s)
1/ What Have You Done to Solange?
2/ Don't Torture a Duckling
3/ The Bird With the Crystal Plumage
4/ The House With the Laughing Windows
5/ Seven Notes in Black
6/ Short Night of the Glass Dolls
7/ The Frightened Woman
8/ All the Colours of the Dark
9/ Four Flies on Grey Velvet
10/ Late Night Trains