Moncada

This original vintage poster was designed and printed in 1971 for celebrate the XVIII anniversary of the attack to the Moncada Barracks by a small group of man led by Fidel Castro on 26 July 1953. This event has always been considered in Cuba the beginning of the Cuban Revolution.  Manifesto originale disegnato e stampato … Read More

Le Désert Rouge window card

Le Désert Rouge window card printed in 1964 for the first release in France of Red Desert a film by Michelangelo Antonioni. Starring Monica Vitti e Richard Harris, it was awarded the Golden Lion at the 25th Venice Film Festival. The edges have some slight chipping and on the corners there are the typical pin holes, but the object … Read More

Downhill Racer

Downhill Racer original movie poster printed in 1969 for the first release of the film in USA. A sports drama starring Robert Redford and Gene Hackman described by the critics as “the best movie ever made about sport, without really being about sports at all”. The poster is in good vintage condition, just a few … Read More

Ascenseur pour l’échafaud

Original japanese movie poster for the 80s re-release of Elevator to the Gallows (Ascenseur pour l’échafaud), masterpiece of French cinematography directed by Louis Malle in 1958. The protagonist is a young Jeanne Moreau.  “This film is considered an important work in establishing the Nouvelle Vague and the New Modern Cinema.” Manifesto giapponese originale stampato per la re-distribuzione negli anni … Read More

Le Désert Rouge movie poster

Original French movie poster for the first release in 1964 of the film Red Desert (Le Désert Rouge) directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. With Monica Vitti and Richard Harris, it won the Golden Lion at the 25th Venice International Film Festival.. Manifesto originale stampato per la prima uscita in Francia del film Il Deserto Rosso (Le Désert … Read More

Blow up original movie poster

Blow Up o riginal movie poster for the film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, winner of the Grand Prix of the Jury at Cannes Film Festival in 1967. This manifesto was printed for the second release of the film in Italy in the early \’70s by Rotolitografica Rome (ex Rotolito), who used the matrix of 1967 … Read More