So my friend just completed post for her movie and she asked me to do a simple poster for it. The movie is about how the growth of the feminist movement in Northern Ireland under British rule. I am giving her many options, some of which are specific to the time and place and some of which are more about women in general. Thoughts? [more inside]
Trying to locate an affordable version of this movie poster for Fritz Lang's Metropolis.
Movie posters. With people. And a car (or cars). [more inside]
Help me find a specific Home Alone poster [more inside]
I am sure that once upon a time, before the movie was released, I saw a teaser poster for the Usual Suspects that simply said "Who is Keyser Soze?". In my minds eye I want to say the poster was all black, but I may be making that part up, It could have had the lineup from the final poster. Anyone remember this poster?
A film festival accepted my little short, and now I need to come up with a one-sheet movie poster really, really fast. But I don't know what this involves. [more inside]
Why was the spider removed from the movie poster for Arachnophobia between the theatrical release and the video release? [more inside]
Looking for a copy of the Enchantment Under the Sea poster that was in Back to the Future. It's where they kiss for the first time... [more inside]
Where can one get prints/reproductions of Russian Constructivist film posters in Los Angeles?
I'm looking for a poster from the movie "Fargo," but not the one that's commonly available. It's easy to find the one that looks like a cross-stitched sampler and says "A homespun murder story." But instead I want the one that says "A lot can happen in the middle of nowhere." (Actually, as long as it says that, I don't care what the image looks like.) I believe it may have been to promote not the movie, but the DVD, or a DVD special edition. I've searched various movie-poster stores, eBay, etc, but they all have the sampler one. Any ideas? Thanks!
I've searched and I've searched but I can't find some place to buy this poster from Wong Kar-Wai's "As Tears Go By." Can someone help me? The link says it's a French poster, but my limited European language ability suggests that it's German. The picture is from my favorite all-time WKW scene, so I must have it.