This is some footage of an early 1922 test of the (probably first colour film) Kodak Kodachrome.
Man Ray. Salvador Dali ou René Crevel drapé, 1933. Publiée dans Minotaure n°5, 1934. (scan : La Subversion des images, Centre Pompidou, 2009)
On January 10, 2014, we learned that Roger Jean-Claude Mbédé had died in Cameroon. Roger had been sentenced to 3 years in prison because he sent another man an SMS that said “I’m very much in love w/u” – in a country where it’s illegal to be gay.
The details of how Roger died are not yet clear – but what we know is this: In prison he faced physical abuse and medical emergencies. Out of jail he was attacked and turned away from employment, school, shelter and even critical healthcare.
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People keep talking about this “trans phase” and there’s a lot of incorrect information out there so I’m here to set it straight. The “trans phase” is a special ability transgender people are born with that allows them to phase through solid matter. We’re coming and nothing can stop us.
"Like any man out there, I am a work in progress. Not only am I still transitioning, but I am also still learning what it means to be a man, and more so, what kind of man I want to become. But before I can talk about becoming a man, I need to talk about becoming a boy."
Everyone will please stop what they are doing and take 20 minutes to watch this clip of Young Peter O’Toole arguing about Hamlet with Orson Welles from 1963.
fantastic — but ends abruptly IN THE MIDDLE OF THE MOST INTERESTING BIT ;_____;
Peter at the piano
“Many years ago I sent an old, beloved jacket to a cleaner, the Sycamore Cleaners. It was a leather jacket covered in Guinness and blood and marmalade, one of those jobs … and it came back with a little note pinned to it, and on the note it said, ‘It distresses us to return work which is not perfect.’ So that will do for me. That can go on my tombstone.”
RIP Peter O’Toole