Category: Sofia Coppola

inthecutzine:

IN THE CUT CELEBRATES THE ART OF FILM INTERIORS; THE POWER OF THE PRODUCTION DESIGN

  1. MARIE ANTOINETTE (2005); directed by Sofia Coppola
  2. YOU’VE GOT MAIL (2000); directed by Nora Ephron
  3. TWIN PEAKS: FIRE WALK WITH ME (1993); directed by David Lynch
  4. PHANTOM THREAD (2017); directed by Paul Thomas Anderson
  5. THE SECRET GARDEN (1993); directed by
    Agnieszka Holland
  6. BETTY BLUE (1986); directed by
    Jean-Jacques Beineix 
  7. THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG (1964); directed by
    Jacques Demy
  8. INFERNO (1980); directed by Dario Argento
  9. THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL (2014); directed by Wes Anderson
  10. II DECAMERON (1971); directed by
    Pier Paolo Pasolini

tonino:

The virgin suicides (1999) Sofia Coppola

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theartofmoviestills:

Lost In Translation | Sofia Coppola | 2003

justseventeen:

November 1995. ‘When your last name’s Coppola, chances are you’ll end up doing something in the film industry. But who’d have thought that Sofia, Francis Ford Coppola’s daugher would work as an actress, screenwriter, and costume designer – all by the ripe old age of nineteen?’

imyourcherrybomb:

the virgin suicides, 1999
director: sofia coppola

theartofmoviestills:

Lost In Translation | Sofia Coppola | 2003

cinema-shots:

“We knew the girls were really women in disguise, that they understood love, and even death, and that our job was merely to create the noise that seemed to fascinate them.“

The Virgin Suicides (1999)

kansassire:

Paralelismos: Splendor in The Grass / The Virgin Suicides

cinema-shots:

The Virgin Suicides (1999)