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The Museum of the Moving Image in Queens tends to present a fairly eclectic range of films, but it’s really upping the ante this summer. There are a number of worthwhile screenings and panels I would urge Shadow and Act’s NYC readers to check out, specifically in May and June. Series: “Play This Movie Loud!” running May 4th – June 9th From Momi website: “This film should be played loud!” is the title card at the beginning of The Last Waltz, Martin Scorsese’s 1978 concert film featuring The Band. Scorsese raised the music film to a cinematic art form, with top-notch cinematography and a superbly crafted stereo sound mix. Other music films, such as D.A. Pennebaker’s Don’t »
- Dan Simolke
I’ve talked at great length before about my admiration for Martin Scorsese – my first article for the site was even dedicated to his brilliance – but with this article I want to present a microcosm of his finest works. His career is over 40 years long and he is regularly regarded as one of the greatest directors who ever lived, so the idea of narrowing his entire body of work into just 10 entries was very enticing (and highly daunting).
I’ve seen all of his movies multiple times and he truly has one of the greatest resumes in all of film. He has tackled many different genres like biopics, gangster films, thrillers, character studies, comedies, children’s films and documentaries, and each new film in his legacy is immediately recognizable as a Scorsese movie. His style is very dark yet alluring at the same time. He presents characters and events that »
- Dolan Reynolds
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