Julio Cesm

Cinefotógrafo en proceso. Los sueños son la única verdad.

Julio Cesm
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simplygosling:

Drive by Edpiano
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geekbriefs:

Attention Comic Book Fans: Here’s a Glimpse Into the Next Few Years
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bythepowercosmic:

Jason Momoa Talks Aquaman
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thefilmstage:


“I’ve realized that basically I don’t give a shit about society which in the case of Poland is forty million people. What I really care about is the individual human being. Blind Chance, No End and the Decalogue were all about individuals.

Watch Krzysztof Kieślowski discuss the Three Colors trilogy in a series of rare interviews, as well as talks with Juliette Binoche and Irène Jacob, and Ebert and Siskel’s reviews.
thefilmstage:


“I’ve realized that basically I don’t give a shit about society which in the case of Poland is forty million people. What I really care about is the individual human being. Blind Chance, No End and the Decalogue were all about individuals.

Watch Krzysztof Kieślowski discuss the Three Colors trilogy in a series of rare interviews, as well as talks with Juliette Binoche and Irène Jacob, and Ebert and Siskel’s reviews.
thefilmstage:


“I’ve realized that basically I don’t give a shit about society which in the case of Poland is forty million people. What I really care about is the individual human being. Blind Chance, No End and the Decalogue were all about individuals.

Watch Krzysztof Kieślowski discuss the Three Colors trilogy in a series of rare interviews, as well as talks with Juliette Binoche and Irène Jacob, and Ebert and Siskel’s reviews.
thefilmstage:


“I’ve realized that basically I don’t give a shit about society which in the case of Poland is forty million people. What I really care about is the individual human being. Blind Chance, No End and the Decalogue were all about individuals.

Watch Krzysztof Kieślowski discuss the Three Colors trilogy in a series of rare interviews, as well as talks with Juliette Binoche and Irène Jacob, and Ebert and Siskel’s reviews.
thefilmstage:


“I’ve realized that basically I don’t give a shit about society which in the case of Poland is forty million people. What I really care about is the individual human being. Blind Chance, No End and the Decalogue were all about individuals.

Watch Krzysztof Kieślowski discuss the Three Colors trilogy in a series of rare interviews, as well as talks with Juliette Binoche and Irène Jacob, and Ebert and Siskel’s reviews.
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lanamusic:

by KARIM SALDI
lanamusic:

by KARIM SALDI
lanamusic:

by KARIM SALDI
lanamusic:

by KARIM SALDI
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photographersdirectory:

I am a 19 years old photography student, passionate with portrait and documentary photography. I am Greek, based in London. Love traveling, rock music and my camera. My Tumblr is doraapht.tumblr.com