This week we saw bloggers around the world keeping cool in loose-fitting vests. There were a few modern takes on Annie Hall — like Jenn Su, who wore a lavender vest with leather shots and a fedora in Taipei — while others, like Silvia Sierra in Madrid, opted for wide trousers and a straw... More »
Diane Keaton is one of those classic Hollywood icons who just gets it. The actress is so much more than that girl from Annie Hall. We couldn't be more excited to see the movie muse return to the big screen in And So It Goes, so we are recalling all the ways that Diane has continued to influence generation after generation.
Eurozone market wobbles, bank and sovereign jitters – as Diane Keaton sang in Annie Hall, "Seems like old times." Or at least, seems like 2012. Yesterday a "mild" global sell-off was triggered by fears that financial troubles at Portugal's...Show More Summary
'Gotham' acquires 'Sin City ' composer Graeme Revell and casts Carol Kane (Annie Hall) as Oswald Cobblepot's mother.
Academy Award nominee Carol Kane (Hester Street, Annie Hall) has joined the cast of FOX and Warner Bros. Television's upcoming Batman-inspired series, "Gotham". She will appear in a recurring role as Gertrud, the mother of Robin Lord Taylor's Oswald Cobblepot, the future Penguin.
There was a time when the comedic cameo was a special, timeless treat. It would blend fiction and reality in an irresistible way, one that that might accentuate the rant of a neurotic New Yorker, like Marshall McLuhan in Annie Hall,Show More Summary
Writer/director Woody Allen has gone from unknown comic to film industry innovator to oddball tabloid target in his lifetime, and ever since the days of Sleeper and Annie Hall Woody has been seen as an odd duck. Caricatures of WoodyShow More Summary
"Doc, uh, my brother's crazy. He thinks he's a chicken." And, uh, the doctor says, "Well, why don't you turn him in?" And the guy says, "I would, but I need the eggs." - Annie Hall
In Annie Hall, Wood Allen’s character quipped, “Just don’t take any course where you have to read Beowulf.” That sentiment is either greatly shared (by the majority of college students who were “forced” to take a classic lit course) or staunchly refuted by the select few lit geeks who adore medieval British literature. There might
Gordon Willis, the celebrated cinematographer who worked on The Godfather films and Annie Hall, passed away Sunday at the age of 82. The Paris Review has posted a short “In Memoriam,” which serves as both a wonderful introduction to the work of this artist and a knowing celebration of his work, complete with a video of […]
Influential The Godfather and Annie Hall cinematographer Gordon Willis died Sunday at the age of 82, leaving behind a legacy that includes many of the most celebrated American films of the 1970s. He contributed some of his most iconic...Show More Summary
Gordon Willis, the influential cinematographer of the 'Godfather' films, 'Annie Hall,' 'Manhattan,' 'The Parallax View,' 'All the President's Men' and other classics died this weekend at 82. I briefly talked about his legacy with Robert Yeoman, the cinematographer for all of Wes Anderson's features. Show More Summary
Gordon Willis, who shot The Godfather trilogy, Annie Hall, Manhattan, The Parallax View and more, died yesterday at the age of eighty two. Though he was only nominated twice for an Academy award (and received an honorary statue in 2010), he is the defining cinematographer of the 1970?s. Willis was a Korean war vet whose [...]
The Godfather, Annie Hall, The Parallax View, All the President’s Men, Klute—all of these films bear the visual stamp of Gordon Willis. Willis was one of the preeminent cinematographers of the New Hollywood, the generation of filmmakers that effectively redefined American movies in the 1970s. Show More Summary
Gordon Willis, the groundbreaking cinematographer who shot the "Godfather" movies for Francis Ford Coppola and "Annie Hall" and "Manhattan" for Woody Allen, has died, American Society of Cinematographers President Richard Crudo confirmed Monday. He was 82. No other details were immediately...
Gordon Willis, one of Hollywood's most celebrated and influential cinematographers, nicknamed "The Prince of Darkness" for his subtle but indelible touch on such definitive 1970s releases as "The Godfather," "Annie Hall" and "All the President's Men," has died.
One of Hollywood's most celebrated and influential cinematographers has died. Gordon Willis was 82.
In light of Willis's death this past weekend, a reflection on the quiet brilliance of "Annie Hall"
Gordon Willis — one of the most influential cinematographers of the '70s and '80s — died Monday at age 82. Willis is responsible for all of the cinematography on “ The Godfather ” series a nd Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall” and “Manhattan."...Show More Summary
Legendary cinematographer Gordon Willis, the director of photography for the Godfather trilogy, All the President's Men, and Annie Hall, has died. He was 82. Read more...