‘No Country for Old Men’ Wins Oscar Tug of War By DAVID M. HALBFINGER and MICHAEL CIEPLY Published: February 25, 2008
He Shoots! He Scores! He Makes Movies! By JESSE McKINLEY Published: February 24, 2008 A two-time N.B.A. All-Star, Baron Davis has a couple of other jobs: movie producer and movie critic.
Recapturing the ’60s, in DayGlo Colors By ADAM LIPTAK Published: February 24, 2008 “Chicago 10” uses motion capture animation to document a famous trial of leaders in the antiwar movement of the 1960s.
The Dreamer as Tapehead By A. O. SCOTT Published: February 22, 2008 Be Kind Rewind
Martin Sheen at the Tate Lecture – Part One & Two Part One – Discusses impact and influence of James Dean upon his childhood, filming Apocalypse Now and both working and personal relationship with Marlon Brando. Part Two – Discusses relationship with son Charlie Sheen, personal political views and views on Acting (concluding with questions […]
News in Black, White and Shades of Gray By A. O. SCOTT Published: September 23, 2005 “Good Night, and Good Luck” is a passionate, thoughtful essay on power, truth-telling and responsibility.
Jon Stewart, Hands Long Tied by Strike, Pedals Fast for Oscars By BILL CARTER Published: February 20, 2008 Until the strike by the Writers Guild of America ended a week ago, Jon Stewart was unable to prepare, or even to think much about, his Oscar assignment.
“But no first-time filmmaker received a bigger spotlight than Madonna, whose directorial debut, “Filth and Wisdom,” screened out of competition, in the Panorama section. While her public appearances drew fans and paparazzi, the press screening attracted a throng of rubbernecking journalists, anticipating a vanity disaster of epic proportions. Madonna’s last film as an actress, after […]
Madonna premieres ‘Filth and Wisdom’ in Berlin Posted: 13 February 2008 Madonna is in Berlin today, attending the 58th edition of the Berlinale Festival and the screening of her first short movie as a director, Filth and Wisdom. Madonna arrived in Berlin with the movie’s crew yesterday night and attended the screening before answering the […]
Filmmakers Who Become Their Own Zombie Movie By MANOHLA DARGIS Published: February 15, 2008 George Romero’s Diary of the Dead