- Interview: David Lynch on ‘Inland Empire’ II – The DVD – I believe talking is okay separate from a thing, but a commentary track that goes along through a film, I think is maybe the worst possible thing a person could do. From then on, the film is seen in terms of the memory of that commentary and it changes things forever. Things are rounded if they’re separate. Stories surrounding a film or things surrounding it, that’s a different kind a thing and I think those things are okay.
- Film Crit Hulk Smash: NEVER HATE A MOVIE –
- Leonardo DiCaprio in Clint Eastwood’s ‘J. Edgar’ – pohdiskelua staraimagosta ja roiston rooleista
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 5.11.2011 – 9.11.2011
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 13.10.2011 – 16.10.2011
- Elaine May Interviews Ethan Coen and Woody Allen – THE producers of “Relatively Speaking” (which opens at the Brooks Atkinson on Oct. 20) have asked me to conduct an in-depth interview with Ethan Coen and Woody Allen, with whom it turns out I have written three one-act plays.
- The Eternal Adolescence of Beavis and Butt-Head (NYT Magazine) –
- The Age of Scorsese (Harper's Bazaar) – Celebrated actors and Scorsese collaborators tell their own tales about one of the world's greatest storytellers. Plus, BAZAAR collaborates with the famed director on a portfolio recasting some of his most memorable scenes. Watch the behind-the-scenes videos from the set.
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 20.05.2011
- 'Waterworld': Dangerous When Wet – The story behind the most expensive film made to date
- Paddy Chayefsky’s Notes for ‘Network’ –
- Straw Dogs -traileri – siitä sitten uusintaversiota
- Post-Human Nightmares – The World of Japanese Cyberpunk Cinema –
- The Genius of Buster Keaton (NYRB) –
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 18.04.2011 – 19.04.2011
- Junalla Bergenistä Osloon (7 h 16 min) – perjantai 22.4. klo 10.26 – Junamatka Bergenistä Osloon kestää 7 h 16 min. Koe matka reaaliajassa juuri sellaisena kuin se tehtiin pitkin komeaa rannikkoa ja läpi tunneleiden. Norjan television erityisohjelma 100-vuotiaan rautatien kunniaksi .
- Tina Fey – Producer, Writer, Star and One Funny Mama (NYTimes) –
- Taxi Driver ja Red Shoes 4K-versioina Helsingissä – molemmat nähty ehkä vuoden sisään, mutta voisi olla uusi visiitti paikallaan
Elokuvallisia huomioita maailmalta 28.01.2011 – 29.01.2011
- Notes on Rewatching TV –
- Elia Suleiman interview – Palestinian filmmaker Elia Suleiman makes deeply personal films that he calls “chronicles.” Aaron Cutler spoke with Suleiman about identity, camera position, and his latest, The Time That Remains, in limited release now.
- Carlton Cuse on life after Lost –
- Christopher Sorrentino on "Death Wish," the so-called "New York film," received critical wisdom, and more – And the Death Wish review, and the follow-up feature article he wrote about it, really show you the symbiosis that took place as Canby and the choir to whom he was preaching regarded each other in a state of unanimity. He writes about it as if it's an unearthed artifact used in some primitive ritual, totally unselfconsciously referring to its audience as if it's something quite apart from his good Masterpiece Theater-loving readership. It's a bad film, Bronson is a bad actor, its politics are right-wing, it has a bad effect on its audience, it's "irresponsible." There are a thousand ways that you can eviscerate a movie, but as soon as you say that it's a threat to public morals my Geiger counter starts clicking.