‘Hail Satan?’ and the Moral Panic That Helped Inspire Its Creation

‘Hail Satan?’ and the Moral Panic That Helped Inspire Its Creation That the title of Penny Lane’s documentary is a question, not a statement, holds more meaning than you might think. “Hail Satan?” follows the Satanic Temple’s years-long efforts to advocate for ...

Julie Christie movies: 20 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Darling,’ ‘Heaven Can Wait,’ ‘Doctor Zhivago’

Julie Christie movies: 20 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Darling,’ ‘Heaven Can Wait,’ ‘Doctor Zhivago’ Julie Christie celebrates her 79th birthday on April 14, 2019. The Oscar-winning actress has been largely absent from movie screens this century, enjoying a semi-retirement that finds her returning ...

Julie Christie movies: 20 greatest films ranked worst to best

Julie Christie movies: 20 greatest films ranked worst to best Julie Christie celebrates her 79th birthday on April 14, 2019. The Oscar-winning actress has been largely absent from movie screens this century, enjoying a semi-retirement that finds her returning ...

‘Sauvage / Wild’ Film Review: Debut Feature Examines a Gay Hustler’s Life Without Sentimentality

‘Sauvage / Wild’ Film Review: Debut Feature Examines a Gay Hustler’s Life Without Sentimentality There have been quite a few high-quality American films about male prostitution, from John Schlesinger’s Oscar-winning “Midnight Cowboy” to Gus Van Sant’s “My Own Private Idaho” and Gregg Araki’s ...

Bob Dylan’s ‘Nashville Skyline’: 10 Things You Didn’t Know

Bob Dylan’s ‘Nashville Skyline’: 10 Things You Didn’t Know In April 1969, Bob Dylan went to Nashville to record his ninth studio album. It would be his third time recording there with local session pros and producer Bob Johnston, but this time it would be ...

Garrett Brown’s Steadicam Breakthrough Continues to Grow 50 Years Later

In the history of motion-picture technology, few operators have had a more profound effect on camera movement than Garrett Brown. While dollies and cranes were Hollywood’s go-to platforms into the ...

Peter Bart: Do New Oscar Voters Deserve Heat For ‘Green Book’ Win?

Now that the Oscar winners have taken their bows, I’d like to extend words of empathy for the l,800 new Academy members who, having cast their first votes, now face withering attacks from some of the ...

No #OscarsSoWhite, but Despite Historic Wins, Advances in Diversity Are Incremental

No #OscarsSoWhite, but Despite Historic Wins, Advances in Diversity Are Incremental Shaking off widespread condemnation of a pair of key decisions that were later reversed, the Academy certainly could not bear any additional criticism. Especially not another #OscarsSoWhite backlash ...

On cloud 9: Alfonso Cuaron expected to be 9th director to win 2 BAFTA Awards

On cloud 9: Alfonso Cuaron expected to be 9th director to win 2 BAFTA Awards After becoming the 13th person to win two Directors Guild of America Awards, Alfonso Cuaron is poised to join an even more exclusive group: two-time Best Director BAFTA winners. The “Roma” director ...

2019 Oscars scorecard: ‘Roma’ moves up after DGA Awards win for Alfonso Cuaron

2019 Oscars scorecard: ‘Roma’ moves up after DGA Awards win for Alfonso Cuaron No surprise that Alfonso Cuaron won at the Directors Guild of America Awards on Feb. 2. He was predicted to prevail here and is all but certain to claim Best Director at the Oscars, too. But before we ...

Yanks

A million American GIs are bivouacked in the English countryside, awaiting debarkation to France… and the green fields are loaded with young English women, whose own men have been off fighting for ...

Oscar predictions mystery: What’s Really ahead to win Best Picture? Tom O’Neil tracks the derby

Attention, Oscar prognosticators: Don’t get smug over your current Best Picture prediction. Just because we now, finally, have a clear frontrunner doesn’t mean everything’s rock solid. Hollywood is ...

Oscars cliffhanger = Best Picture race: Tom O’Neil tracks the 5 frontrunners

Ok, so what’s really ahead to win the Oscar for Best Picture now that we know the Golden Globe winners and nominees for DGA, PGA, SAG and BAFTA? Almost certainly, it will be one of these five films ...

The Oscars and the Golden Globes agree to disagree over the past 75 years

Are “Green Room” and “Bohemian Rhapsody” Best Picture Oscar favorites because they won the Golden Globes’ top prizes? Maybe. Or maybe not. Though the Globes have been considered a leading bellwether ...

Richard E. Grant (‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’): Earning an Oscar nomination would be an ‘out of body experience’ [Complete Interview Transcript]

Richard E. Grant (‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’): Earning an Oscar nomination would be an ‘out of body experience’ [Complete Interview Transcript] Richard E. Grant is earning major Oscar buzz for his scene-stealing role in “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” as Jack Hock, friend and accomplice to literary forger Lee Israel (Melissa McCarthy). While he ...

Rip Nicolas Roeg

Director, cinematographer Nicolas Roeg, noted for the features "Don't Look Now", "The Man Who Fell To Earth" And "Performance" has died: Roeg started out as an editing apprentice, then worked his way ...

Nicolas Roeg Dies: Film Director For ‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’ Was 90

Nicolas Roeg Dies: Film Director For ‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’ Was 90 Idiosyncratic film director Nicolas Roeg, whose odd but compelling films included Performance and The Man Who Fell To Earth, has died. He passed away on Friday night of undisclosed causes at age 90, ...

Nicolas Roeg, ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’ Director, Dead at 90

Nicolas Roeg, ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’ Director, Dead at 90 Nicolas Roeg, a visionary filmmaker whose enrapturing, sensuous movies transformed the way audiences and his fellow directors understood cinematic language, has died at the age of 90, his family ...

Giveaway – Win Yanks on Dual Format

Eureka Entertainment is set to release John Schlesinger’s Yanks, a moving and romantic WWII tale of love starring Richard Gere and Vanessa Redgrave, in a Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) edition as part of ...

The Crown writer Peter Morgan on William Goldman: 'He was just a sublime storyteller'

The screenwriting legend behind All the President’s Men was an inspiration – and later a friend – to the creator of Frost/Nixon and The Crown. He recalls sitting through screenings and ‘shooting the ...

An error has occured. Please try again.