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We Won’t Grow Old Together | Blu-Ray Review

19 August 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Even after nearly two decades of short films, documentaries and the success of his 1968 feature debut, L’enfance Nue, director Maurice Pialat’s celebrated sophomore feature, We Won’t Grow Old Together never received a theatrical release stateside, despite also winning a Best Actor award for Jean Yanne at the 1972 Cannes Film Festival. Remastered for an exciting Blu-ray release from Kino Classics, it’s a title ripe for reconsideration in the cinematic canon. Pialat’s filmography has proven to be a major influence on countless emerging artists, with the likes of Ira Sachs, Alex Ross Perry and a slew of others directly citing the filmmaker as inspiration for their own output.

We Won’t Grow Old Together basically features a string of interactions between an aging film director, Jean (Jean Yanne), and his much younger mistress, Catherine (Marlene Jobart). We assume they met when she had vague aspirations to become »

- Nicholas Bell

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Bring Me The Puppet Head of...!

9 August 2014 10:24 PM, PDT | www.culturecatch.com | See recent CultureCatch news »

Puppet Titus Andronicus The Puppet Shakespeare Players, directed by Ryan Rinkel

If you like your Elizabethan revenge tragedy filtered through a mixture of Avenue Q and a Robot Chicken episode, then you can probably stop reading right here and go buy tickets to Puppet Titus Andronicus. This raucous reimagining of William Shakespeare's already over-the-top blood-soaked drama renders Muppet-on-Muppet mutilation and familial cannibalism more fun (and funny) than it probably has any right to be. The cast takes the Bard's early commercial hit, a play that begins with a religious sacrifice, runs through several deaths and a rape, and ends with a series of rapid-fire onstage murders that ostensibly tie up all of the loose ends--and which later, for reasons not understood by this reviewer, fell into critical disfavor for a couple of hundred years--and cloaks it in felt and silly string, combining the original text, scripted jokes, and improvisation. »

- Leah Richards

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Julianna Margulies, Matthew Rhys on Divas, Theater and Unrequited Love

4 June 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

They’d never met, but it didn’t take long for Julianna Margulies and Matthew Rhys to discover they have much in common after the two Gotham-based actors sat down with Variety’s Cynthia Littleton in early May at New York’s Gramercy Park Hotel. The lively conversation between the stunning star of “The Good Wife” and the dashing Welshman at the helm of “The Americans” touched on the struggle to balance work and family life, their mutual dislike of divas on the set and their abiding love for the stage.

Variety: In “The Good Wife” and “The Americans,” both of your characters grapple quite a bit with unrequited love. Is that a hard emotion to get across to the audience?

Julianna Margulies: I really think it all depends on who it is you’re acting opposite. With Josh Charles, I got really lucky. We had known each other for years. »

- Cynthia Littleton

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First Time Fest: Second Time Around – Closing Night Awards

23 April 2014 9:57 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

As was covered in our previous article about the event, the First Time Fest gives new filmmakers the opportunity to get their film established and distributed so that their efforts may be recognized for their future works. With the winner receiving full distribution of their film from Cinema Libre Studios as well as support on their future projects. All filmmakers received expert advice from filmmakers who had trouble getting their start and the special winners would also receive a trip to Scandinavia, because why not? The closing night ceremony was held at the 42West Nightclub in New York City and featured the filmmakers in the competition as well as Julie Taymor getting honored for her cinematic contributions.

Taymor received the John Huston Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cinema for her career ever since she started with Titus, a Shakespearean adaptation starring Anthony Hopkins in the lead role. She continued to »

- Catherina Gioino

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Second Annual First Time Fest

21 April 2014 8:08 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

The second installment of the First Time Fest, the Second Time Around, took place in New York City from April 3rd to April 7th where ten first time filmmakers were able to showcase their films and possibly be in competition to receive distribution of their films by Cinema Libre Studios. Since its debut in March of last year, the First Time Fest has grown to honor and embrace first time filmmakers for their efforts in trying to make their first work and trying to get recognized in an ever difficult field of art.

Johanna Bennett and Mandy Ward thought up of the idea for this type of film festival seven years ago when they realized that no other event had honored the first time filmmaker. Taking this idea in mind, they agreed to bring these newcomers to the field and give them advice as well as bring them closer to »

- Catherina Gioino

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Stand Alone with Michael Moore

7 April 2014 6:30 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

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.

David Schwartz to Michael Moore: "And Kubrick? You said Clockwork Orange was a favorite." Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

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

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2014 First Time Fest Lineup Announced

21 March 2014 10:38 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

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

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"Is it a crime to look at Lange?"

28 February 2014 6:16 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

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?!

Question: If she made Titus (1999) or Big Fish (2003) now, and gave the exact same performance she gave then, post career resurgence, do you »

- NATHANIEL R

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