Richard Linklater: “I think there are two kinds of filmmakers. Ones that had their little 8mm cameras and their trains and were setting fires and blowing them up and crashing them into each other, and then there were the ones who read a lot and were going to the theater and maybe reading philosophy.”
Ozu // Arte
A film poster for Harakiri (1962) in Ozu’s An Autumn Afternoon (1962). For more, see Ozu’s Cinephilia at Current - The Criterion Collection.
Fujiko Yamamoto & her kimono in Ozu’s Equinox Flower // by Shiori Clark
Yoji Yamada’s Tokyo Family (2013)
A delightful poster for the screening of Ozu’s Late Autumn at The Glasgow School of Art
The trial of Noriko // Early Summer (1951)