Cameron Crowe And Cohorts Salute The Warrior Optimism Of ‘Say Anything…’ As It Turns 30 – Tribeca

Cameron Crowe And Cohorts Salute The Warrior Optimism Of ‘Say Anything…’ As It Turns 30 – Tribeca A panel of top principals from classic 1989 coming-of-age romantic comedy Say Anything… celebrated the film’s 30th anniversary and its refreshingly timeless sensibility during a Tribeca Talks event ...

The Last Movie

Dennis Hopper’s legendary follow-up to Easy Rider ended his Hollywood directing career for at least fifteen years. Barely seen again after brief premiere bookings, it hasn’t built up a reputation as a ...

Shampoo

Beverly Hills 1968 — Sunset Blvd., The Strip, The Bistro, the haze in the Hollywood Hills — where a lowly hairdresser-stud is locked in a crazy lifestyle free-fall while having the time of his life ...

Freebie and the Bean

Here’s how one pushed the limits of good taste in 1974. James Caan and Alan Arkin run the gamut of racist, raunchy, sexist & homophobic jokes as bad boy cops breaking the rules, and director Richard ...

"Hells Angels On Wheels' 50th Anniversary Screening, L.A. August 3

Hells Angels On Wheels La Screening with Richard Rush and Sabrina Scharf in Person By Todd Garbarini Richard Rush’s 1967 film Hells Angels on Wheels celebrates its 50th anniversary with a special ...

Scott Reviews Robert Altman’s That Cold Day in the Park [Masters of Cinema Blu-ray Review]

Robert Altman builds his films like dystopian prisons, convincing his residents they have the run of the place while working to ensure they can’t escape. When he actually buckles down for a ...

'Lion' cinematographer wins Golden Frog at Camerimage

'Lion' cinematographer wins Golden Frog at Camerimage Arrival, Snowden directors of photography also among winners at international cinematography festival. Lion cinematographer Greig Fraser was awarded the Golden Frog in main competition at Camerimage, ...

McCabe & Mrs. Miller

Robert Altman, Warren Beatty and Julie Christie join together for one of the great westerns, a poetic account of the founding of a town and the way big business preys on foolish little guys. Raw and ...

[Review] Ghostbusters

Having displayed comedic chops through his entire career and an eye for action in the last few features, Paul Feig was the ideal director to handle a new version of Ghostbusters. Teaming the actors ...

Blu-ray Review – That Cold Day in the Park (1969)

That Cold Day in the Park, 1969. Directed by Robert Altman. Starring Sandy Dennis, Michael Burns and Lauana Anders. Synopsis: A lonely middle-aged woman sees a homeless young man sitting in the ...

Visual Index: Best Shots from Ghostbusters (1984)

With the new riff on the ol' Ghostbusters property nearly upon us, what better time to look back at the original comedy smash? While the film's comic tone and dialogue are well remembered its visuals ...

Iconic Cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond (Close Encounters of the Third Kind) Dies at 85

Iconic Cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond (Close Encounters of the Third Kind) Dies at 85 Last year, the Hungarian cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond told Filmmaker Magazine, “I think film is about images. Cinema needs good images. I think that if you don’t have good images, it’s not going to ...

'The Deer Hunter' cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond dies aged 85

'The Deer Hunter' cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond dies aged 85 Visionary cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond, who escaped his native Hungary to set up in Hollywood and became one of the most acclaimed practitioners of his generation, has died aged 85 in Big Sur, ...

R.I.P. Vilmos Zsigmond (1930-2016)

Last week, we mourned the loss of Haskell Wexler, and now cinema has lost another one of its great craftsmen — celebrated cinemtographer Vilmos Zsigmond has passed away at the age of 85. "Cinema needs ...

Interview: Paul Bettany, Jennifer Connelly & Anthony Mackie talk ‘Shelter’

In Paul Bettany’s screenwriting and directorial debut, Shelter follows the lives of two homeless people who find love in each other despite all of the obstacles that stand in their way. Starring ...

‘Carol’ cinematographer wins top Camerimage prize

‘Carol’ cinematographer wins top Camerimage prize Other winners include Rams, Son of Saul, The Look of Silence and Gaspar Noé’s Love.Scroll down for full list of winners Cinematographer Ed Lachman has won the prestigious Golden Frog at the 23rd ...

New on Video: ‘Five Easy Pieces’ is a fine entry to the Criterion collection

Five Easy Pieces Written by Adrien Joyce (Carole Eastman) Directed by Bob Rafelson USA, 1970 Five Easy Pieces follows along an existential strain of American cinema that began with films like The ...

Breathless Screens at The Tivoli This Tuesday Night

Breathless is not playing at this year’s Classic French Film Festival, but St. Louis classic French film fans get to see it on the big screen anyway! It’s part of the Mildred Lane Kemper Museum’s ...

Criterion releases details of June titles

The Criterion Collection has this week announced (via BluRay.com) their line-up of titles for June 2015, which will see some big releases, including Louis Malle’s My Dinner with Andre, Jonathan ...

Criterion announces its May Blu-ray line-up

Criterion has announced six new Blu-ray releases as part of its May line-up of the digitally remastered Criterion Collection. Two of the most notable releases are Charlie Chaplin’s Limelight and Bette ...

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