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Jodie Foster and Robert De Niro, Taxi Driver, 1976 — Steve Schapiro

Jodie Foster and Robert De Niro, Taxi Driver, 1976 — Steve Schapiro

Japanese Poster for Taxi Driver (Martin Scorsese, 1976)

Japanese Poster for Taxi Driver (Martin Scorsese, 1976)


Robert De Niro photographed by Steve Schapiro on the set of Taxi Driver

Robert De Niro photographed by Steve Schapiro on the set of Taxi Driver

Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro, Raging Bull, 1979 — Brian Hamill

Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro, Raging Bull, 1979 — Brian Hamill

Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, NY 1982 — Roxanne Lowit

Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, NY 1982 — Roxanne Lowit


Robert De Niro photographed on the set of The Godfather Part II by Steve Schapiro

Robert De Niro photographed on the set of The Godfather Part II by Steve Schapiro

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Makeup stills from Raging Bull

Martin Scorsese’s influential filmmaking legacy is the focus of a new exhibition, aptly titled Martin Scorsese, at the Deutsche Kinemathek—Museum für Film und Fernsehen in Berlin. The exhibition, which opened in January and runs through May 12, purports to examine “the rich spectrum of Scorsese’s oeuvre,” including his sources of inspiration, working methods, and lasting contributions to American cinema. The Ransom Center loaned 19 items from the Robert De Niro and Paul Schrader archives to supplement materials from Scorsese’s private collection. Together, they constitute the first international exhibition about Scorsese.

A multimedia presentation on the creation of this exhibition can be found here at the Ransom Center’s Web site.
Paul Schrader’s outline for Raging Bull
Raging Bull Screenplay

cinephilearchive:

Makeup stills from Raging Bull

Martin Scorsese’s influential filmmaking legacy is the focus of a new exhibition, aptly titled Martin Scorsese, at the Deutsche Kinemathek—Museum für Film und Fernsehen in Berlin. The exhibition, which opened in January and runs through May 12, purports to examine “the rich spectrum of Scorsese’s oeuvre,” including his sources of inspiration, working methods, and lasting contributions to American cinema. The Ransom Center loaned 19 items from the Robert De Niro and Paul Schrader archives to supplement materials from Scorsese’s private collection. Together, they constitute the first international exhibition about Scorsese.

A multimedia presentation on the creation of this exhibition can be found here at the Ransom Center’s Web site.

Jerry Lewis and Robert De Niro, The King of Comedy (Martin Scorsese, 1982)

Jerry Lewis and Robert De Niro, The King of Comedy (Martin Scorsese, 1982)

Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro on the set of Taxi Driver, 1976 — Steve Schapiro

Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro on the set of Taxi Driver, 1976 — Steve Schapiro