Okay, so what are we talking about here? Morality? Choice? The randomness of life? Murder? The article The Moral Conundrum(s) of Woody Allen appeared first on Film School Rejects.
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
"The other day, I compared him to Woody Allen--who lives in his own world. "
The core of modern filmmaking is directors filming themselves, whether it’s Jerry Lewis or Spike Lee or Wendell B. Harris, Jr., Elaine May or John Cassavetes or Jacques Tati, Woody Allen or Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Joe Swanberg or Lena Dunham or, of course, Orson Welles. Show More Summary
In honor of Annie Hall’s 40th anniversary, screenwriter Marshall Brickman looks back on the process by which Anhedonia, the complicated, surreal film he wrote with Woody Allen, was pared down to the more straightforward romantic comedy Annie Hall. Movie nerds are probably familiar with Allen’s original vision for the film, ... More »
Why do we still care about "Annie Hall," 40 years after its release (on April 20, 1977)? Because it's a cinema landmark, the romantic comedy that created the template for nearly all the rom-coms that followed. It was also a landmark film for Woody Allen and Diane Keaton. Show More Summary
Woody Allen's classic romantic comedy turns 40 this week, so we look back to see how it has aged.
Ingmar Bergman is one of the greatest of modern directors, but he’s also an instant object of comedy because of his incidental association with Woody Allen, America’s leading Bergmaniac. That association is actually more than incidental, however; it’s symptomatic. Show More Summary
They've announced the winner of this year's (Woody Allen, Hannah and her Sisters-inspired) prix de la Page 112 -- and it went to Sanglier, by Dominique Rameau (the 70-year-old author's debut), out from Éditions Corti; see their publicity page.
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, learn whether famous film director Woody Allen once starred in his own daily newspaper comic strip! The post Comic Legends: Did Woody Allen Really Have His Own Comic Strip? appeared first on CBR.
EXCLUSIVE: The Diceman cometh. Andrew Dice Clay, whose acting prowess was on display in Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine and HBO’s Vinyl, is in negotiations to play the coveted role of Lorenzo in Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born. The role is...Show More Summary
"No, no. That’s bullshit. That’s what we perceive a male writer to have. And that can lead to horrible solipsism and disconnection from humanity. I’m not naming names, never naming names... Martin Amis, Woody Allen, Saul Bellow."Lines...Show More Summary
Shooting has begun in Mississippi on a new documentary about legendary author William Faulkner — the first ever authorized by his estate.
DON’T SWEAT THE BIG STUFF: Near the end of his 1979 film Manhattan, Woody Allen, playing a TV writer who quits his day job to concentrate on his novel, talks into a tape recorder to begin outlining his book: “An idea for a short story about, um, people in Manhattan who are constantly creating these […]
Were it not for the renegade work of club owner, Hollywood producer and self-described showman Fred Weintraub, the lives of Bruce Lee, Frankie Valli, Neil Diamond, Richard Pryor and Woody Allen, to say nothing of the mud-encrusted hippies Weintraub captured in the film “Woodstock,” might have taken...
Liza Minnelli, John Byner, Aretha Franklin, William F. Buckley are the guests in this TV special, "Woody Allen Looks at 1967." The opening title sequence is 10 times too long for today's audience. Allen's opening monologue as a weird long joke about a hate crime. Show More Summary
When Woody Allen famously said that “80% of success is just showing up,” he wasn’t talking about school. But according to some fascinating new research, Woody hit pretty close to the truth. (Actually, the math works out to be a little...Show More Summary
(February 25, 2017 03:14 PM, by David Henderson) In the late 1990s and early 2000s, in one standard part of an optimistic speech I gave about the modern economy and the effect of the Internet, I told a story from a 1977 Woody Allen movie, Annie Hall, that... (0 COMMENTS)
"He adored New York City... He romanticized it all out of proportion." Park Circus and MGM have unveiled a brand new trailer for the 4K digital re-release this year of Woody Allen's seminal romantic comedy classic Manhattan, which first opened in 1979. Show More Summary
Another period piece is coming our way from writer-director Woody Allen. We know little about his latest movie, titled Wonder Wheel, which is typical of Allen’s movies. Rarely are character and plot details shared early on. But we do know his latest film stars Justin Timberlake, Kate Winslet, and Juno Temple and it takes place in the 1950s. Show More Summary