See Your Favorite Films From The Other Side With These Behind-The-Scenes Photos

There are plenty of iconic photos to come out of film production and promotion. Most of these photos are staged, with the actors playing a character. Plus, they don’t show the hard work of the director and crew, who are responsible for creating those iconic shots in the first place.

Luckily for us, there is photo documentation of the other side of the film. These are charming to look at not only because you can see a film taking shape, but also because they show the actors taking a break from playing their characters. These photos capture the making-of process from films throughout the years.

Thelma & Louise, Ridley Scott, 1991

Interstellar, Christopher Nolan, 2014

Taking Lives, D.J. Caruso, 2004

The Aviator, Martin Scorsese, 2004

In Bruges, Martin McDonagh, 2008

Dead Man, Jim Jarmusch, 1995

The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson, 2014

Munich, Steven Spielberg, 2005

Pierrot le Fou, Jean-Luc Godard, 1965

Atame!, Pedro Almodovar, 1989

Fanny and Alexander, Ingmar Bergman, 1982

The Bourne Identity, Doug Liman, 2002

Nosferatu the Vampyre, Werner Herzog, 1979

Boogie Nights, Paul Thomas Anderson, 1997

Fahrenheit 451, Francois Truffaut, 1966

Les Demoiselles des Rochefort, Jacques Demy, 1967

Scarface, Brian De Palma, 1983

Fitzcarraldo, Werner Herzog, 1982

The Shawshank Redemption, Frank Darabont, 1994

These photos provide a window into the world — the very real world — behind the film, and give us a little peek as to how those movie worlds are created. They’re the closest thing to being on the set without actually having to show up for a shoot.

Via D. Kuzmina 

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