Luca Guadagnino, Margaret Atwood, Pedro Almodóvar, Ed Harris & More Sign Letter Of Solidarity For Polish LGBT+ Rights

Luca Guadagnino, Margaret Atwood, Pedro Almodóvar, Ed Harris & More Sign Letter Of Solidarity For Polish LGBT+ Rights A wide group of global entertainment figures have signed a letter supporting the Polish LGBT+ community in the face of growing controversy in the country. On Tuesday, the government stepped in to ...

Pedro Almodovar, Luca Guadagnino, Isabelle Huppert Sign Letter Supporting Polish LGBT+ Community

Pedro Almodovar, Luca Guadagnino, Isabelle Huppert Sign Letter Supporting Polish LGBT+ Community “Pain and Glory” director Pedro Almodovar, “The Nun” actor Isabelle Huppert and “Call Me by Your Name” filmmaker Luca Guadagnino are among a galaxy of 70 film, television, literature and eminent ...

Film review: Coming Home Again (2019) by Wayne Wang

Wayne Wang is one of the pioneers of Asian-American cinema, often providing a unique voice on the topics of identity, immigration and integration. In his long and fruitful career, listing 22 ...

Paul Auster Novel ‘In The Country Of Last Things’ Gets Movie Adapt With Director Alejandro Chomski, Shoot Underway

Paul Auster Novel ‘In The Country Of Last Things’ Gets Movie Adapt With Director Alejandro Chomski, Shoot Underway Exclusive: Paul Auster novel In The Country Of Last Things is getting a Spanish-language movie adaptation from Argentine filmmaker Alejandro Chomski (Asleep In The Sun). Shoot is underway at Pinewood ...

The Dig review – a hole lot of buried rage

An Irish bog consumes two men seeking revenge and redemption, in Ryan and Andy Tohill’s tense thriller Twins Ryan and Andy Tohill’s distinctive homecoming parable, further proof of Irish cinema’s ...

Film Review: ‘The River’

Film Review: ‘The River’ For the third time in as many films, Kazakh director Emir Baigazin has made the arid, disquieting coming-of-age story of a teenage boy called Aslan his subject. But it is not the same boy, and though ...

Books and images by Anne-Katrin Titze

Paul Auster on Alicia Vikander's connection to In the Country of Last Things being filmed by Alejandro Chomski in 2019: "At one point, it was before Alicia became famous, when she was on the brink, ...

Bridging the gap by Anne-Katrin Titze

Paul Auster on who was originally cast in the role Willem Dafoe plays in Lulu On The Bridge: "I had wanted Salman Rushdie to play the part." Paul Auster's journey with putting together the production ...

Auster land by Anne-Katrin Titze

Paul Auster on Smoke, Blue In The Face, and Lulu On The Bridge star Harvey Keitel: "I loved working with Harvey." Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze In the first instalment of my conversation with author, ...

Meant to be by Anne-Katrin Titze

Paul Auster on the beginning of ending up directing Lulu On The Bridge: "My good friend Wim Wenders, who gets a credit here, he said he had been working with Juliette Binoche, talking for years about ...

Ralph Fiennes to take the lead in Terry Gilliam’s Mr Vertigo

The Grand Budapest Hotel’s Ralph Fiennes has landed himself the lead role in Terry Gilliam’s adaptation of Paul Auster’s, Mr Vertigo. Auster’s novel is another project in which Gilliam has spent a ...

Ralph Fiennes joins Terry Gilliam’s next film Mr. Vertigo

While we’re still waiting on a resolution to the saga of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, it seems that Terry Gilliam is turning his attention to his next film as he dusts off another long-gestating ...

‘Quixote’ Director Terry Gilliam on Filming Fantasy, Working With Actors

‘Quixote’ Director Terry Gilliam on Filming Fantasy, Working With Actors Fresh from the latest round of legal jousting, Terry Gilliam, rode into Karlovy Vary this week to screen “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” at the Czech film festival, determined to see his fantasy ...

Director Oleg Sentsov In “Severe Danger” On Day 54 Of Hunger Strike; Filmmakers Call For Putin To Show “Human Face”

Director Oleg Sentsov In “Severe Danger” On Day 54 Of Hunger Strike; Filmmakers Call For Putin To Show “Human Face” Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov is in “severe danger” in the eighth week of his hunger strike, according to the European Film Academy. On day 54 of his indefinite hunger strike, the European film ...

It Looks Like Terry Gilliam's Next Film Project Will Be Mr. Vertigo with Ralph Fiennes

While Terry Gilliam is still struggling with what will happen with The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, he's lining up his next film project. According to The Playlist, he will be dusting off the script of ...

Artists Rally For Director Oleg Sentsov On Hunger Strike In Russian Jail As World Cup Media Spotlight Nears

Artists Rally For Director Oleg Sentsov On Hunger Strike In Russian Jail As World Cup Media Spotlight Nears Oleg Sentsov, the Ukraine filmmaker who was convicted in 2015 of plotting terrorist attacks and sentenced to 20 years in a Russian prison, is on day 24 of a hunger strike as artists and activists ...

These are the words by Anne-Katrin Titze

Wim Wenders with Lisa Rinzler, his cinematographer for ‪Pope Francis: A Man Of His Word‬ at The Whitby Hotel reception Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze At the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences ...

Book Review – 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster

Michelle Herbert reviews 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster… 4 3 2 1 is a book about stories and writing, all told from one character’s perspective, that of Archie Ferguson. Although that isn’t strictly true, as ...

Commanding the keys by Anne-Katrin Titze

Bob Edwards, Doug Nichol, Jeremy Mayer and Ken Alexander with Anne-Katrin Titze at the California Typewriter Us theatrical premiere at Metrograph in New York Photo: John Benet Fritz Lang's Metropolis ...

Under the satellite by Anne-Katrin Titze

Until The End Of The World director Wim Wenders with Paul Auster and Sam Shepard at Balthazar in 2005: "Actually, he [Sam] is the guy I offered the film first." Photo: Tom Farrell In the second ...

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