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TR Interview: The Writers of Terminator: Genisys

2 days agoHumor : Topless Robot

The writers of Terminator: Genisys are an interesting team, in that they haven't been one before. Laeta Kalogridis was a producer on Avatar, and has written for Martin Scorsese (Shutter Island)...

Francis Ford Coppola Named President Of Marrakech Film Festival

Francis Ford Coppola has been named president of the 15th Marrakech Film Festival. The iconic director follows peer Martin Scorsese, who was president in 2013, and Isabelle Huppert who was president last year. "The Kingdom of Morocco...Show More Summary

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National treasure Martin Scorsese on The Third Man About four months ago, I screened a beautiful 35mm print of the picture for my daughter and her friends. “Why do we keep watching this?” I suppose it’s [Joseph] Cotten and [Alida] Valli – that’s the emotional core of the picture. For instance, the scene where Holly […]

The Justified Fan: Martin Scorsese’s THE KING OF COMEDY

last weekHumor / odd : Badass Digest

Scorsese's dissertation on the dark side of fandom. Read more...

Martin Scorsese Set For Lumière Festival Honor; ‘Lilyhammer’ A Double Winner At Monte-Carlo – Global Briefs

Following such recipients as Clint Eastwood, Quentin Tarantino and Pedro Almodovar, Martin Scorsese has been selected as the 2015 Prix Lumière honoree. The Lumière Festival is a retrospective event that screens classic and contemporary films, often in remastered versions, throughout the city of Lyon, the birthplace of cinema, in mid-October. Show More Summary

Newswire: David Simon is developing a HBO series about Times Square in the ’70s

HBO certainly seems to be at the forefront of reviving ’70s nostalgia: Not only is the network developing Martin Scorsese’s untitled series about rock ‘n’ roll in ’70s New York City, now David Simon, the man behind The Wire and Treme,...Show More Summary

Movie Review: The Overnight - No sleeping

It is the rare movie comedy that can encompass the wild events of a single night and keep you both squirming and surprised into laughter for its full running time.  Martin Scorsese's After Hours is an example of the style done well; so is Greg Mottola's Superbad. Show More Summary

Annie Parisse & Ken Marino Join HBO’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Drama Series

The Following alum Annie Parisse and Ken Marino (We’re The Millers) have booked recurring roles on HBO's untitled Rock 'n' Roll drama series, from Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter. Set in 1970s New York, the drama explores...Show More Summary

The Summer Culture Calendar: 90 Things to Watch, Hear, Read, and Do

June 6/15: If you've still got any cinematic energy left to spare after watching Jurassic World (seen above) on June 12, then check out Martin Scorsese's huge collection of movie posters, on display as part of “Scorsese Collects” at MoMA. If the posters belonged to anyone else, it might be a... More »

Kyle Smith’s ‘GoodFellas’ Article Says Women Are Incapable Of Understanding Scorsese’s Mob Classic

Martin Scorsese’s seminal mob movie GoodFellas has its 25th anniversary this year, and to celebrate it, the New York Post’s movie critic Kyle Smith wrote an article that has the internet up in arms. What could he have possibly written...Show More Summary

Man Says Women Don't 'Get' GoodFellas, GoodFellas Writer Disagrees

Yesterday, a post titled “Women are not capable of understanding GoodFellas” was published by The New York Post. In it, Kyle Smith makes the troll-y argument that the 1990 Martin Scorsese picture is about dudes and for dudes. He calls it a “male fantasy picture” that women are incapable of fully understanding. Guys only. No girls allowed. Can’t sit here, lady. Read more...

Don’t Feed The Trolls: New York Post Movie Critic Says Women Are Not Capable Of Understanding ‘Goodfellas’

NY Post Critic Says Women Are Not Capable Of Understanding Goodfellas According to NYPost movie critic Kyle Smith women aren’t “capable” of understanding Martin Scorsese’s timeless masterpiece ‘Goodfellas‘ because they don’t get the nuances of gangster flicks. Oh.

Jane Krakowski On Bringing The Ha-Ha To Haughty In ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’

If you need to blow the hinges off a bourgeois personality, hire Jane Krakowski. What Robert De Niro is to Martin Scorsese in his cinematic portrayal of streetwise, Gotham kingpins, Krakowski is to comedy creators Tina Fey and Robert Carlock in their painting of ridiculously haughty uptown girls. Show More Summary

This Video Essay on Chairs in Cinema Is Way More Interesting Than It Should Be

Tony Zhou’s scholarly video series, “Every Frame a Painting,” reliably provides some of the best film analysis online, with subjects ranging from Martin Scorsese’s deft use of silence to the geometric style of Akira Kurosawa. But Zhou’s...Show More Summary

First Look: Andrew Garfield in Martin Scorsese's New Film 'Silence'

The new Scorsese movie is on the way. There have been handfuls of paparazzi set photos and other leaked images, plus news about production troubles, but after waiting patiently they've released the first official photo from Martin Scorsese's Silence, which finished filming in Taiwan earlier this month. Show More Summary

Tisch Graduates, De Niro is Talking to You

Robert De Niro grew up near the Tisch School of the Arts. He has made eight feature films with Martin Scorsese, Class of 1964, who met editor Thelma Schoonmaker at Tisch. On Friday, De Niro followed 2014 Tisch Commencement speaker Scorsese with a wonderful pep talk of his own. Show More Summary

The 20 Best '70s Movies on Netflix Right Now

The '70s was an exciting decade for cinema, with bold new filmmakers Martin Scorsese, William Friedkin and Francis Ford Coppola and right now, great films from all of them are streaming on Netflix. Return to the gritty New York CityShow More Summary

Mike Newell Will Direct Robert De Niro in ‘The Comedian’

The Comedian is a script that Robert De Niro has liked for years, and it was briefly rumored to end up as a sort of King of Comedy bookend with Martin Scorsese directing. That version never happened, but for a time Sean Penn was set to direct De Niro and Kristen Wiig in his own take on […] The post Mike Newell Will Direct Robert De Niro in ‘The Comedian’ appeared first on /Film.

Moscow Film Festival Announces Official Selection

It is to include Nick Sandow’s 'The Wannabe,' executive produced by Martin Scorsese. read more

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