The creator of “Mad Men” is spitting mad.
He's pro-brine. You never know who's going to be a Thanksgiving fanatic. Take, for example, Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner. Based on his show, you might guess that Turkey Day at the Weiner household is full of retro cocktails and an almost-oppressive aura of melancholy. Show More Summary
'Utopia' wins the drama award, Stephen Dillane picks up best actor and 'Mad Men' creator Matthew Weiner received the 2014 International Emmy Founders Award read more
It’s been 60 years since he changed television with his teleplays and his unforgettable TV show ‘The Twilight Zone.’ Now, friends, family, and world-class showrunners David Chase and Matthew Weiner remember the pugilistic power of Rod Serling.
Christina Hendricks and John Slattery will present the International Emmy Founders Award to Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on Monday, November 24 in New York. British comic/actor Matt Lucas hosts the event; other announced presenters...Show More Summary
What Matthew Weiner thinks about the golden age of television.
Before Matthew Weiner, Shonda Rhimes and the Davids (Chase, Simon, Milch), there was Norman Lear, the legendary writer and producer behind such television classics as “All in the Family,” “Good Times,” “Maude,” “The Jeffersons,” andShow More Summary
The new French reading room and bookstore at the French Embassy hosts a week's worth of free events, and a chat with Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is a highlight. Music journalist Greil Marcus... To view the full story, click the title link.
Reviewed by Michael Nazarewycz Quote: "The talented Matthew Weiner is out of his element when he departs from long-form drama."
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Matthew Weiner, creator of Mad Men and writer-director of Are You Here, on letting go, and how to move on from a major project. For at least seven years, Matthew Weiner has been working on Mad Men. And for the last few of those, he's also been making the movie Are You Here, which he wrote nearly 10 years ago. Show More Summary
1/2 (out of four)"Are You Here," the feature writing-directing debut from "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner, features such a stunningly unconvincing emotional reversal that it must be shared. Spoiler alert: The following moment happens...Show More Summary
Crazily uneven as it is, Matthew Weiner’s comic drama Are You Here should be seen on account of being … Matthew Weiner’s. Mad Men is among TV’s supreme dramatic achievements, and anything that illuminates its creator’s worldview — especially as we prepare for the final episodes — is helpful in putting... More »
Amy Poehler, Joel Gretsch, Owen Wilson, and Zach Galifianakis in a scene from Matthew Weiners's ARE YOU HERE. Courtesy of Millennium Entertainment You may not know this, but Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner began his career as a sitcom writer on shows like Becker and Andy Richter Controls the Universe. Show More Summary
There was nearly a one-year hiatus between the fifth and sixth seasons of Mad Men, and while audiences pined for Don Draper, creator Matthew Weiner directed a film he had been trying to get made for years, based on a screenplay he had written back when he worked in the writers’ room of The Sopranos. Show More Summary
If Matthew Weiner‘s name wasn’t on Are You Here, you never would’ve guessed this movie came from the mind behind Mad Men. The focus, power, subtlety and charms of his AMC drama are nowhere to be found in his feature directorial debut. Show More Summary
The "Mad Men" creator is famous. He's critically beloved. And now he has a genuinely bad movie to his name
This Friday, the feature film debut of Mad Man mastermind Matthew Weiner will open in select cities, but it’s not exactly the same film that premiered at last year’s Toronto Film Festival. It’s not that just that the writer/directorShow More Summary
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner’s thematically ambitious comic drama Are You Here is shot, cut like a quality cable series, and plotted like an adaptation of a Boomer writer’s lesser novel. It’s easy to recognize its literary or televisual...Show More Summary
“I don’t know that those two things — I don’t think that’s a gender issue. I’m not saying that there’s an inequality of pay, I don’t know that to be — I have a lot of women on my staff and they’re competitively paid, I can tell you that. In terms of my career, if [...]