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Michael Moore at First Time Fest Stand Alone: "And the other film I saw at that time was a film made with Barbie Dolls. It's called Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story." Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze
Michael Moore in a seated Stand Alone with Director of Programming David Schwartz discussed how he got into filmmaking through his immersion in the cinema of Akira Kurosawa, Ingmar Bergman, François Truffaut, Federico Fellini and sneaking in to see Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange.
This year's First Time Fest First Exposure series includes Julie Taymor's Titus, starring Anthony Hopkins, Jessica Lange, Alan Cumming - Salesman directed by Charlotte Zwerin, Albert and David Maysles - James Toback's Fingers starring Harvey Keitel - David Lynch's Eraserhead with Dp Frederick Elmes in person - Kelly Reichardt's River Of Grass »
- Anne-Katrin Titze
Spring festival season is upon us, and one festival is giving new filmmakers a chance to get noticed. Started last year, First Time Fest presents the debuts of 10 filmmakers from all over the world, and the Grand Prize winner will receive distribution from Cinema Libre Studio. Last year's winner was Diego Rougier's "Sal." In addition, it also holds a First Exposure retrospective of notable filmmaking debuts (with appearances by the directors), a Stand Alone conversation session with a handful of the now prominent filmmakers, a pair of special screenings, and a number of How They Did It panels with industry veterans between films. This year's retrospective includes the debuts of Jennie Livingston ("Paris Is Burning"), the Maysles Brothers ("Salesman"), Julie Taymor ("Titus"), Michael Moore ("Roger & Me"), Kelly Reichardt ("River of Grass"), and Peter Bogdanovich ("Targets"). Moore and Bogdanovich will be the subjects of the Stand Alone conversation, while the two special. »
- Max O'Connell
Jessica Lange is now the face of Marc Jacobs Beauty line at 64, photographed by David Sims below. (Take that previously daring Lancôme with Isabella Rossellini as their international spokesface until she was in her dotage at 44).
What a second act Jess's career! After a very long rough stretch (approximately 1996-2008 which saw the likes of Hush and Bonneville and a couple of barely released movies) she's really on top of it all again... except the movies. What can we trace the revival back to? Many of you would shout "Grey Gardens!" from 2009, but I think the secret might be her honorary place in David O. Russell's I ♥ Huckabees with its Jessica Lange photo fetish.
Is it a crime? Is it a crime to look at Lange?!
- NATHANIEL R
3 items from 2014
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