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Alamo Drafthouse pays tribute to 'Moon' and 'Source Code' filmmaker Duncan Jones with new 'Director's Series' of posters

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Austin-based cinema chain Alamo Drafthouse has announced that Duncan Jones will be the second filmmaker honored with a “Director’s Series” of posters. You can see the specially commissioned posters for Jones’ films Moon and Source Code to the left and in a larger format after the break. The posters will be available for purchase following the March 11 world premiere of Source Code at the SXSW Festival.

Guillermo Del Toro was the first filmmaker to be granted the “Director’s Series” treatment  by the Alamo Drafthouse and its collectible art boutique arm Mondo. Obviously, Jones has a much thinner filmography than Del Toro. In fact, the director — and David Bowie offspring — has only made Moon and Source Code. But as Moon is undoubtedly one of the great under-seen movies of recent years, the folks at Mondo may, perhaps, be forgiven their prematureness. And certainly its new poster — by artist Olly Moss — is appropriately stylish.

What do you think of the posters? Are you a fan of Moon who’s looking forward to Source Code?

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