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Akira Kurosawa & his alter-ego, Toshiro Mifune: Two main reasons why I started to obsess about samurai films and film in general. Everything they’ve made, I’ve always watched in awe, jaw-dropped, my young brain turns into a sponge that absorbs everything. I practically worship these men.

P.S. I just re-discovered my Kurosawa box set.

Akira Kurosawa & his alter-ego, Toshiro Mifune: Two main reasons why I started to obsess about samurai films and film in general. Everything they’ve made, I’ve always watched in awe, jaw-dropped, my young brain turns into a sponge that absorbs everything. I practically worship these men.

P.S. I just re-discovered my Kurosawa box set.

The Mexican suitcase
In December 2007 three small cardboard boxes were found in Mexico City. These boxes contained 126 rolls of films which includes the Spanish civil war negatives taken by Robert Capa, Gerda Taro and Chim(David Seymour). There are also several portraits of Capa and Taro by Fred Stein. These negatives will be exhibited at the brother of Robert Capa, Cornell Capa’s International Center of Photography from 24 September.

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The Mexican suitcase

In December 2007 three small cardboard boxes were found in Mexico City. These boxes contained 126 rolls of films which includes the Spanish civil war negatives taken by Robert Capa, Gerda Taro and Chim(David Seymour). There are also several portraits of Capa and Taro by Fred Stein. These negatives will be exhibited at the brother of Robert Capa, Cornell Capa’s International Center of Photography from 24 September.

More Info here