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Lost Script by Jules Feiffer—Who Wrote Films for Nichols, Resnais and Altman—Sees the Light

1 July 2015 12:29 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

29 years after he wrote it, Pulitzer Prize-winning Village Voice cartoonist and now-and-again screenwriter Jules Feiffer's "Bernard and Huey" will finally live on the big screen. Director Dan Mirvish and Bugeater Films more than doubled their Kickstarter goal this week, raising over $22,000 to mount Feiffer's comedy about two rekindled old friends and the women who complicate their lives. The characters were first introduced in 1957 in his eponymous Village Voice comic strip. (Check out the story of how Mirvish unearthed the script here.) Feiffer later wrote scripts for Mike Nichols' scabrous sex satire "Carnal Knowledge" (1971, based on his un-produced play), Alan Arkin's directorial debut "Little Murders" (1971), Robert Altman's "Popeye" (1980) and Alain Resnais' "I Want to Go Home" (a 1989 comedy about a cartoonist), among others. A WGA Lifetime Achievement Winner, Feiffer also wrote the 1961 Oscar-winning animated »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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Mining for Gold: Discovering the Lost Jules Feiffer Script Bernard and Huey

29 June 2015 11:45 AM, PDT | Filmmaker Magazine - Blog | See recent Filmmaker Magazine news »

As one of the pillars of the Golden Age of the ’70s, Mike Nichols’ film Carnal Knowledge was a big influence on my own last movie, Between Us. So during post-production on Between Us, I happened upon a biography of Carnal Knowledge screenwriter Jules Feiffer that mentioned that he had several unproduced screenplays. Hmm, I thought: Feiffer had won a Pulitzer Prize for his cartoon strip in the Village Voice, he’d won a couple of Obies for his plays, and as a screenwriter, he’d written Popeye for Robert Altman, Little Murders, that Alan Arkin had directed, and won a Best […] »

- Dan Mirvish

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‘Valentin, Valentin’s’ Pascal Thomas: ‘Female Desire Is Apparently Still Scandalous’

15 January 2015 4:34 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

British crime can pay handsomely in France, at least when its fiction. Paybox Canal Plus aired pastoral sleuth saga “Inspector Morse” from 1988; “The Little Murders by Agatha Christie” has been a staple on pubcaster channel France 2 since 2009. Produced by Les Films Francais, Said Ben Said’s Sbs Productions – the producer of “I’ve Lovec You So Long,” Roman Polanski’s and Brian de Palma’s “ “ and France 2 Cinema, “Valentin, Valentin” enrolls a strong ensemble cast in a Paris suburbs makeover of Ruth Rendall’s slim 2010 novel, “Tigerlily’s Orchids.” At one crux in “Valentin, Valentin,” one character is asked of another, with whom she had a relationship, if they knew him. “Not really,” she replied. While Ruth Rendell’s center on the capacity for crime of the most respectable of people, “Valentin, Valentin” turns on this: Other people are not hell, but a mystery. Director Pascal Thomas talked to Variety »

- John Hopewell

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