MJFO
Hey! I'm Will. I live in Los Angeles, but grew up in Chicago. I used to run a radio station called WECB and I also make films and do some photography.
MJFO
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catp0rn:

this is it. this is the most important gif on tumblr.com
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kateoplis:

'Morning
kateoplis:

'Morning
kateoplis:

'Morning
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good:

Haha. Totally. This photo misses the Gen Y population. I sometimes think about Dos 2.0 and the Oregon Trail game. It was easy then, bulky, but easy. Speaking of, my insta needs the new update. #technology #socialmedia #zackmorriscellphone #iphone Post by: @_azureantoinette http://ift.tt/1m2bZWO
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(via Emmys: ‘Mad Men’ Stars Hawk Products in ‘For Your Consideration’ Campaign (Photos) Gallery - The Hollywood Reporter)
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thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
thekhooll:

The Unseen Seen Reiner Riedler
"The concept is to confront the viewer with the image of an object (filmrolls) and in doing so recall images from the spectator’s memory. By reading the movie title, I want to generate emotions and images from our memory."
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magnificentruin:

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brightwalldarkroom:

“I have my problems with Singles…It was meant to be Manhattan, a movie I loved, set in Seattle. It stayed in the can for a year until the studio released it on the heels of the so-called “grunge explosion,” which created some problems of perception. But there were also some casting issues and some screenwriting problems I never quite solved. Pulp Fiction solved the vignettes issue in a way that made my jaw drop. I thought, “Fuck!” [Laughs.]
If I had done Singles later, I might not have made some of those mistakes. I would have been one of the many movies that ripped off Pulp Fiction instead. Singles didn’t aspire to define a generation. It aspired to be my tribute to Manhattan. So there’s a little frustration there. I hope that someday, as time goes on, it can live on as a snapshot of that period, because Seattle is not the same anymore.”
—Cameron Crowe
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coketalk
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