Gulf-Porsche 917 (1970s). German poster showcases the Gulf-Porsche 917, as seen in the Steve McQueen film, Le Mans. 

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Jiří Menzel: Az én kis falum. Grafikus: Éri.
My Sweet Little Village (Vesnicko má stredisková), 1985. Directed by Jiří Menzel. Hungarian movie poster.
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Jiří Menzel: Az én kis falum. Grafikus: Éri.

My Sweet Little Village (Vesnicko má stredisková), 1985. Directed by Jiří Menzel. Hungarian movie poster.

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Indie Sci-Fi Featuring Awesome Yugo Monuments Is Almost Done

The Sankofa movie is almost done, the edit is finished, and the makers are at the last stage, but exceeded the budget (due to computer hardware failure and such), meanwhile the final sound mix and color correction are still underway. They have already registered at major festivals with a rough cut, and they need just a little more time to get the final product.

They have decided to do one final crowd funding campaign–with a goal of $7,000–to help with the mix and color correction, in order to release this amazing independent sci-fi film. So this is your turn: watch the new trailerand support Sankofa if you like it!

Indie Sci-Fi Featuring Awesome Yugo Monuments Is Almost Done

The Sankofa movie is almost done, the edit is finished, and the makers are at the last stage, but exceeded the budget (due to computer hardware failure and such), meanwhile the final sound mix and color correction are still underway. They have already registered at major festivals with a rough cut, and they need just a little more time to get the final product.

They have decided to do one final crowd funding campaign–with a goal of $7,000–to help with the mix and color correction, in order to release this amazing independent sci-fi film. So this is your turn: watch the new trailer and support Sankofa if you like it!

Alien by H.R. Giger (20th Century Fox, 1978). Limited edition signed complete portfolio with 6 prints.

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1. After the Nairobi airport fire, Kenya (AP photo). 
2. At the room, Stalker. 

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top photo credit: Kenyan airport officials view the damage after a fire engulfed the international arrivals area of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, in Nairobi, Kenya, on Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013. A massive fire destroyed the arrivals hall at Kenya’s main international airport early Wednesday, forcing the closure of East Africa’s largest airport and the rerouting of all inbound flights. (AP Photo/Sayyid Azim)

Tom Mix, full-length portrait, kneeling, facing left, holding two guns, hat on floor, in “Mr. Logan, U.S.A.” Published: c1919. Copyright by Fox Film Corp.
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Tom Mix, full-length portrait, kneeling, facing left, holding two guns, hat on floor, in “Mr. Logan, U.S.A.” Published: c1919. Copyright by Fox Film Corp.

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Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla (ゴジラ対メカゴジラ - Gojira Tai Mekagojira), TOHO, 1974. Two sided English promotional poster, printed in Japan.

Apocalypse Now (1979), Hungarian movie poster.
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Apocalypse Now (1979), Hungarian movie poster.

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Mother Riley Meets the Vampire (Renown Pictures, 1952). Belgian movie poster. 
The “Mother Riley” movies were a low budget British comedy series starring Arthur Lucan, who appeared in drag as a dotty old working class woman. Lucan’s wife, Kitty McShane, played Mother Riley’s daughter in all the films but this one, the last in the series. By this time, the couple had separated acrimoniously. This final episode co-starred Bela Lugosi as a criminal who thinks he is a vampire. Lugosi was on the verge of sinking into sickness, addiction and Ed Wood movies, but here he still has some of the old spark as he spoofs his horror persona. 
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Mother Riley Meets the Vampire (Renown Pictures, 1952). Belgian movie poster. 

The “Mother Riley” movies were a low budget British comedy series starring Arthur Lucan, who appeared in drag as a dotty old working class woman. Lucan’s wife, Kitty McShane, played Mother Riley’s daughter in all the films but this one, the last in the series. By this time, the couple had separated acrimoniously. This final episode co-starred Bela Lugosi as a criminal who thinks he is a vampire. Lugosi was on the verge of sinking into sickness, addiction and Ed Wood movies, but here he still has some of the old spark as he spoofs his horror persona. 

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