Rushes. Greta Gerwig, Algorithmically Created Videos, Paul Thomas Anderson

Get in touch to send in cinephile news and discoveries. For daily updates follow us @NotebookMUBI.Recommended Viewinga stunning trailer for the 4k restoration and re-release of Legend of the Mountain ...

“It’s Only the End of the World”: The Dolan Charm is There but Verbose Family Drama Underdelivers

Xavier Dolan’s new film seemed like the event so far at Cannes judging by the longest press queue since the beginning of the festival, as well as the hustlers offering hugs in exchange for a screening ...

Queen Margot | Blu-Ray Review

Arguably the most prolific title in director Patrice Chereau’s three decades of filmmaking, Cohen Media Group releases a beautiful remastering of Queen Margot for its twentieth anniversary. Chereau, ...

Chereau's Queen Margot Returns and Still Stuns

Chereau's Queen Margot Returns and Still Stuns The French film, opera, and theater director Patrice Chéreau, who died in this past October at age 68, once told an interviewer that he saw human relations as being like rugby or football, in which ...

Toh! Remembers Talent the Film Community Lost in 2013 (Part 1)

Toh! Remembers Talent the Film Community Lost in 2013 (Part 1) As Part 1 in our series of "Toh! Remembers" posts, we look back at some of the talent the film community lost in 2013. Who: Ray Harryhausen Born: June 29, 1920Known for: Pioneering work as creator of ...

The Noteworthy: Patrice Chéreau (1944-2013), Viff, "The Spirit of the Forms"

News. Opera and theatre director, filmmaker, and actor Patrice Chéreau has passed away at the age of 68. From David Hudson's Daily: "In 2001, Chéreau’s Intimacy won the Berlinale’s Golden Bear and ...

Patrice Chéreau obituary

Film, opera and stage director known for La Reine Margot and his Ring cycle at Bayreuth in 1976 Unusually for a director, Patrice Chéreau, who has died of lung cancer aged 68, had more or less ...

Patrice Chéreau: a director genuinely devoted to his art | Stephen Moss

Witty, urbane and indefatigable to the last, Chéreau was one of the great directors of the past 40 years, a man whose creative integrity was his professional hallmark The last time I met the French ...

Patrice Chéreau dies aged 68

The visionary French director, whose Bayreuth Ring cycle left an indelible mark on modern opera, has died of lung cancer Patrice Chéreau, the acclaimed French stage and screen director, has died of ...

French Director Known for His Movies with Adjani and Huppert, and for Several Gay-Related Dramas Has Died

Patrice Chéreau dead at 68: French director best known for ‘Queen Margot,’ gay-related dramas (photo: Patrice Chéreau; Isabelle Adjani in ‘Queen Margot’) Screenwriter, sometime actor, and stage, ...

Patrice Chereau dies aged 68

Patrice Chereau dies aged 68 Patrice Chereau, the French director of La Reine Margot whose talents spanned opera, film and theatre, has died in Paris following a battle with lung cancer. He was 68. Chereau directed 10 films ...

Patrice Chereau, 1944-2013

Patrice Chereau, 1944-2013 Patrice Chereau, the French director of La Reine Margot whose talents spanned opera, film and theatre, has died in Paris following a battle with lung cancer. He was 68.Chereau directed 10 films during ...

It Happened in Saint Tropez | Colcoa Review

Those Who Love Me Can Catch the Train Wreck: Thompson’s Latest Flat, Overstuffed Familial relationships and transportation, two favorite themes of writer/director Daniele Thompson, figure heavily in ...

Amour – review

Michael Haneke's effortlessly graceful picture will come to be seen as one of the greatest films about the confrontation of death and ageing "In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except ...

Patrice Chéreau: 'It's Ok to be hated'

From outraging Wagner purists to snubbing Hollywood, Patrice Chéreau is forever going against the grain. Now the great French director has turned his sights on British theatre. Patrice Chéreau, the ...

Birthday Suits: Cougar Town

Celebrating the birthdays cinematic: actors, actresses, and other filmtypes. If it's your big day, a happy one to you as well. The Penguin and The Secretary Today's B-Days 11/16 1908 Burgess ...

Languages: An Interview with Patrice Chéreau

Persecution may very well be Patrice Chéreau's most abrasive film. That's saying a lot. After the Cannes-ready provocations of Queen Margot, Chéreau directed Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train, the ...