Rosemary’s Baby is the reigning champ of psychological terrors. The film finds Mia Farrow as a young mother-to-be who believes that everyone is hatching a satanic plot against her and her baby. In this documentary, director Roman Polanski,...Show More Summary
Location: Hollywood Forever Cemetery, 6000 Santa Monica Boulevard, Hollywood Description: Cinespia screens ROSEMARY'S BABY, Roman Polanski's terrifying 1968 adaptation of the Ira Levin novel, starring Mia Farrow as a young woman who fears that Satanists have evil plans in store for her unborn child.
NEW YORK — Over a colorful career that's included an Oscar win for a Roman Polanski film, collaborations with unconventional directors such as Rian Johnson and Wes Anderson and — of course — that Halle Berry kiss seen 'round the world, Adrien Brody has pulled rabbits out of...
THE Locarno Film Festival in the Ticino region of Switzerland is known for going out on a limb. This year, Roman Polanski was controversially invited to receive a lifetime achievement award. On his last visit to Switzerland in 2009,Show More Summary
Here's a series of rare photos of Sharon Tate with Roman Polanski, made by LIFE's photographer Bill Ray in Swinging London in 1968. See more »
Roman Polanski's sordid past continue to haunt him. The famed director of Rosemary's Baby and Chinatown will not personally collect a lifetime achievement award from the Locarno Film Festival as originally planned. The Hollywood Reporter...Show More Summary
Acclaimed director Roman Polanski announced on Tuesday he would not attend the Locarno film festival in Switzerland in a bid to defuse a growing storm over his appearance. Lauded for his movie-making skills, Polanski is a divisive figure who was detained in Switzerland in 2009 on a US warrant related to a 1970s child sex case. Show More Summary
RomanPolanskiwasrecentlygivenalifetimeachievementawardbytheLocarnoFilmFestivalinSwitzerland,wherehewasscheduledto“attendthe67thLocarnofestivalandgiveamasterclassonAugust15forfestivalgoersandyoungfilmmakersattendingtheLocarnoSummerAcShow More Summary
Film director Roman Polanski will no longer be attending the Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland to receive a lifetime achievement award and screen his new movie Venus in Fur because his presence would have caused "tensions and controversies." Read more...
It seems odd that either the Festival del film Locarno or Roman Polanski thought that honoring the filmmaker for lifetime achievement would be a good idea. This is the second recent time–after Woody Allen's Golden Globe tribute was followed...Show More Summary
The victims: Sharon Tate, 26 [8/9/1969] Richard Paul Polanski (unborn child of Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski) [8/9/1969] Jay Sebring, 36 [8/9/1969] Abigail Folger, 25 [8/9/1969] Voytek Frykowski, 32 [8/9/1969] Steve Parent, 18 [8/9/1969]...Show More Summary
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Roman Polanski, the famed director who admitted to sexually abusing a child in 1977, is about to be honored by the entertainment industry. Again. Polanski earned a standing ovation when he won a Best Director Oscar back in 2003. This time, he's due to receive an honor during next month's Locarno Film Festival. Show More Summary
Over the years I've seen Hollywood openly come out en masse to support Roman Polanski, a man who drugged, raped, and sodomized a 13 year-old girl before fleeing from justice. When it comes to openly supporting Israel, however, The Hollywood...Show More Summary
Venus in Fur Dir. Roman Polanski [IFC Films; 2013] by Gram Hummell Rating: A long tracking shot supernaturally drifts into a derelict theater on a stormy night in Paris. Thomas (Mathieu Amalric), a frustrated playwright with his first directing gig, is about to call it quits after a full day of shoddy auditions for the lead role. Show More Summary
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Welcome to Roman Polanski's hall of mirrors. David Ives' play Venus in Fur is a two-hander, set in a theatre, about a director auditioning an actress...
When most directors scout locations for upcoming projects, they worry about things like lighting, background and tax credits. When Roman Polanski does it, he has to worry about extradition agreements, which is why his next film, An Officer...Show More Summary
For a director, choosing where to film a movie is a crucial step in the process. Do the rolling green hills of New Zealand look enough like Middle Earth for the Lord Of The Rings movies? Does that Chinese hotel look enough like America...Show More Summary
Brilliantdirector/horriblepersonRomanPolanskiishoping toshoot hisnextfeatureinPoland,buthasaskedforassurancesfromthePolishgovernmentthathewillnotextraditedtotheU.S.forthe1977rapeofa13-year-oldgirl.Polanski’snextfilmis abiopicaboutAlShow More Summary