- Watch Paul Thomas Anderson’s early short films and music videos: The Dirk Diggler Story, Cigarettes & Coffee, Couch, and more –
- Red Dawn -traileri – Jahas, nyt se on siis vihdoin tulossa Jenkeissä teatteriin. Miliuksen originaali on niin täysin sekopäinen, että uusintaversion tarpeellisuutta on hankala ymmärtää.
- Milo Manara & Federico Fellini – Milo Manara and Federico Fellini (1920-1993) are acclaimed worldwide as two of Italy’s greatest maestros of their respective artforms. The universal media of comics and film have often been compared, as if comics can be reduced simply to films on paper, as if sequential panels equate with the preparatory storyboards for a movie, whereas there are probably many more differences between them than similarities. What is clear is that there has been a long and continuing cross-pollination in both directions between comics and cinema and this has hugely informed and influenced both Manara and Fellini.
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- Charles Taylor: The Problem with Film Criticism –
- Dear Americans, please remake these average UK series – The above examples share one common characteristic – no one cares too much about them. Which is an insensitive way of saying that these shows aren't part of the national consciousness, in the same way as a Life On Mars or a Skins or an Inbetweeners (the original writers are working on the MTV version and I still fear the worst). There's no magic that's going to get lost in translation.
- Sihteeristä huipputuottajaksi – Kathleen Kennedy on nainen hittielokuvien takana – Kalle Kinnusen juttu Suomen Kuvalehdessä
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- '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) –
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- Casino Royale: discovering the lost script – In response to the growing popularity of Bond, Feldman turned to Ben Hecht to write a script for Casino Royale. Known as "the Shakespeare of Hollywood", Hecht was a novelist, poet and playwright who had written or co-written several classic scripts, including The Front Page, based on a play he had co-written; Underworld, for which he won the first best screenplay Oscar in 1927; the original Scarface; and Hitchcock’s Spellbound and Notorious. Hecht also worked uncredited on dozens of other screenplays, including Gone With The Wind, Foreign Correspondent and a few other Hitchcock films.
- Red Dawn remake replaces China with North Korea – The filmmakers now are digitally erasing Chinese flags and military symbols from "Red Dawn," substituting dialogue and altering the film to depict much of the invading force as being from North Korea
- Nile Rodgers "Terminator" Unfinished Demo 1985 – "He'll be back /
He'll be back Jack"