Japanese poster for CURSE OF THE DOG GOD (Shunya Ito, Japan, 1977)

Japanese poster for CURSE OF THE DOG GOD (Shunya Ito, Japan, 1977)

perfectframes:

LAST LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE / 2003 / PEN-EK RATANARUANG

idioternen:

Histoire(s) du Cinéma (1988) Jean-Luc Godard

lmao im sending a voice note to my frnd and my mom comes out of nowhere and criticizes how i speak pls mOm stop  

listenin to mashrou’ leila and missin omaya 

pax-arabica:

There seems to be some confusion about a couple of things that I’d like to clarify.

When pro-Israelis say that Israel “provides” Gaza and the West Bank with water and electricity, it’s in the same way that your local store “provides” you with groceries. They sell them electricity and water.

It’s also worth mentioning that the majority of the water provided to Palestinians comes from water aquifers in the West Bank. i.e. they forbid us from drilling for water and sell us water extracted from Palestinian lands.

If you listen only to pro-Israelis, you’d think that Israel provides everything to Palestinians for free.

Israel does no such thing, despite the fact that as an occupier it has responsibilities towards the occupied population, but even the administrative occupational costs are taken directly from Palestinian tax returns that Israel collects as per the Paris accord of the Oslo agreement.

We fund our own occupation.

poppoppopblowblowbubblegum:

gamal abd el nasser and king’s valley, chant avedissian, both undated.

I’m self-sufficient. I spend a lot of time on my own and I shut off quite easily. When I communicate, I communicate 900 per cent, then I shut off, which scares people sometimes.
Björk on Self-Sufficiency

lol i just saw an author rate their book 5 stars on goodreads 

shihlun:

Chris Marker, Level Five, 1997.

momo33me:

MoH spokesman: 1156 Palestinians killed and 6,700 wounded since Israeli offensive on Gaza started on 7th July

yagazieemezi:

African Teenagers Take Their Own Photos To Capture A Different View Of Their Home 

A photography student from the U.K. decided to gather up cameras, head to a high school in the Gambia, and teach a photo workshop that invited each student to capture images at home and in their neighborhoods. 

"The students know the landscape, environment, people, and hidden secrets of their culture more than an outsider, and photograph it without prejudice or any judgment."

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carre-blanc:

Thomas Lohr.
I’m looking for a city that looks like us,
With its rain like us,
And its fall like us,
And its calmness like us,
And its madness like us,
Its thunders,
Its storms,
And its waves like us.
I’m looking for a city that looks like the color of your eyes,
And my sorrows.
Nizar Qabbani (via surbeat)