French animated film director René Laloux has amassed a staunch cult following around his small but formidable canon of work. Working in a age where his imagination would have been limited by practical special effects and a practical budget, he used animation as tool to depict sci-fi movies that could not have been made any other way.
Fantastic Planet | 1973
Gandahar (aka Light Years) | 1988
Time Masters | 1982
Lady Day Illuminates The Little Shubert Theatre
I always knew that Broadway was haunted. Apparitions of playwrights, producers, actors and famous…
Bille Holliday in her dressing room with her dog. C. 1946
Photo by William P Gottlieb.
Edith Piaf and Django Reinhardt by Michael Ochs, Paris, late 1940s