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Above: 1979 poster for Those Wonderful Movie Cranks (Jiri Menzel, Czechoslovakia, 1979).
I recently discovered the posters of Polish artist Andrzej Krajewski, or I should say that I recently discovered his best work. I had seen some of his work before (and had featured one terrific 1970 design on my Tumblr) but its cartoony style—reminiscent of, and possibly influenced by, the 1960s work of Push Pin Studio in New York—wasn’t really my thing. But I obviously wasn’t looking in the right places or at the right posters.
Around the same time I came across the London-based Polish poster webstore Eye Sea Posters which may not be the most comprehensive Polish poster site on the web (that would be this one) but is certainly the most elegantly designed. Set up by James Dyer two years ago, the site allows you to browse by artist as well as by genre or subject matter, »
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Danny Boyle has revealed that his next movie is likely to be a period drama.
The Trance director told Digital Spy that he is currently working on two historical films, which he hopes will be more "immediate" than traditional period fare.
"All I can say is they won't be like Downton Abbey," he said. "It won't be that kind of period movie."
Ingenious Pain takes place in 18th-century England and Russia and centres on James Dyer, a surgeon who is impervious to physical pain.
Boyle also spoke of his fondness for Apocalypse Now, adding that he could potentially tackle a war film in the future. »
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