I once again believe in CI-NE-MA!
More than a film set in Hollywood in 1969, Tarantino’s latest is a film about Hollywood in 1969, more specifically the ins and outs of Americana and the clash of cultures at a transformative time. Comprised of a series of very loosely connected vignettes that showcase the anxiety of the older generation and its resistance towards a new way of thinking, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood often veers into docu-drama territory. Made up TV episodes that might‘ve just been…
[40-Year Anniversary Screening]
[Q&A w/ Scott A. Berg, Barry Sandler & Harry Hamlin]
A while back, Alex Ross Perry talked about seeing a filmmaker’s retrospective in New York and mentioned the idea of the “one to see.” Meaning, catching not the popular film, but the one which is hardest to find, especially on the big screen. This month, Making Love was the ‘one to see’ in Los Angeles.
This moving film about coming to terms with one’s real identity may be…
“Did you know there’s ‘if’ in ‘life’?”
I’m not sure how filmmakers in 1979 were able to watch Apocalypse Now and still feel like there was a point in continuing to make movies. I’m glad they did, or course, but Apocalypse leaves the lingering impression that Coppola did it. He “won” movies. Even more than with The Godfather, Coppola pushed the boundaries of the medium and used all cinematic tools at the highest expression of their form to…
Hi everyone! It took a while, but the latest video I worked on for Mouthfilm is finally here. And it's a doozy.
We put on our dancing shoes and explore the power of dance sequences in non-musical movies, and why they so often lead to so many iconic movie moments. We're talking Tom Cruise in Risky Business, JGL in (500) Days of Summer, Travolta & Thurman in Pulp Fiction and so on.
You can watch this video here.
All movies mentioned…