Over the past few years, more and more high-profile film directors have been fleeing the uncertain world of cinema in favor of longform television shows. David Fincher, Cary Fukunaga, Steven Soderbergh, Woody Allen, David O. Russell,...Show More Summary
Oliver Stone will direct the entire first season of a new scripted drama Guantanamo. The multi-season project was acquired by Weinstein Television and will be shopped around to networks in the coming weeks, Deadline reports. The drama will tell the story of the detainees held at Guantanamo Bay... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Oliver Stone Alexandra Milchan
Last year, three-time Oscar winner Oliver Stone made his 20th directorial outing with Snowden—a look at the life of former NSA consultant and whistleblower Edward Snowden. The film took Stone on numerous trips to Russia, where Snowden has lived in exile since 2013, which then led to a series of interviews with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Show More Summary
Stone will helm all season one episodes of the scripted series, marking his TV directorial debut. read more
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Oliver Stone is making his foray into directing for scripted television with Guantanamo, a multi-season dramatic series. Weinstein Television has acquired the series and plans to shop it in upcoming weeks. Created by Daniel Voll (The...Show More Summary
While the first half of the hard-hitting conversation with acclaimed director Oliver Stone focused largely on foreign policy, Part 2 of the “Scheer Intelligence” interview centers on the transformation of the American economy. Stone,...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Oliver Stone looks set to return to the Croisette this year with his four-hour doc The Putin Interviews, which debuts in the U.S. on Showtime next month. I'm hearing that IM Global and IM Global Television are combining to...Show More Summary
The award-winning director speaks with Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer in part two of a conversation about filmmaking, Wall Street greed, and the past and future of America’s military exploits.
From “Platoon” and “Born on the Fourth of July” to “Snowden,” director Oliver Stone’s film projects have zoomed in on some tough topics and larger-than-life figures. In this week’s edition of “Scheer Intelligence,” Stone—who is not one...Show More Summary
“I never did a movie because it was good for my career,” Stone tells Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer in a hard-hitting conversation about filmmaking, America’s military exploits, Russia and other topics.
Director Oliver Stone – in recognition of his brave work in documentary films – has been selected as the winner of the 2016 Gary Webb Freedom of the Press Award, reports Robert Parry. By Robert Parry Though most people know…Read mor...
Shane Salerno has also adapted Armageddon for Michael Bay and written Oliver Stone's The Savages.
Here’s something I didn’t see coming: director Oliver Stone (Platoon, Wall Street) sat down with Russian president Vladimir Putin to interview him for a documentary called The Putin Interviews, which will air on Showtime as a four-hour, four-night event. Show More Summary
Stanley Kubrick’s Cold War satire Dr. Strangelove has lost some of its fun in recent months, when things like “war with Russia” and “the complete nuclear annihilation of the Earth” stopped seeming like cautionary tales of a bygone era, and started seeming like potential headlines on tomorrow’s newspapers. Show More Summary
Oliver Stone’s interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin isn’t just talking heads. According to The Washington Post, Stone was working on The Putin Interviews, a documentary that will air next month on Showtime, when the Snowden filmmaker screened Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and ... More »
From allegations of Russian hacking during the U.S. election to his military involvement in Syria and Ukraine, it’s fair say that Vladimir Putin has been in the news a lot recently. If you need to play catch up, you’re in luck. Showtime has announced a four-part documentary series called The Putin Interviews in which Oliver Stone gets up close […]
Because baseball stadium proposals sometimes go wrong, check out today's end-of-day links: Aziz Ansari profile, a look at an old-fashioned web forum, Oliver Stone's Putin project, FBI translator who married ISIS operative, how Trump could get fired, and pups gone wild. Show More Summary
Russian President Vladimir Putin discusses allegations of interfering in the U.S. election of President Donald Trump, and other geopolitical topics, with controversial director Oliver Stone in a documentary to be aired next month on Showtime. The interviews, recorded at the Kremlin, in Sochi and...