Tag Archives: Film
“We are saddened to share the news that our longtime colleague Roger Ebert has died. He was 70. Roger has been writing for the Chicago Sun-Times for 46 years. The long relationship between Roger and his Sun-Times family speaks volumes … Continue reading
I love Mr. Malick. I do. I’m a hopeless, hapless lover of his films and this trailer for To the Wonder has me anxious for its American release.
This week in Film History we are screening Citizen Kane. Although recent “Best Movie” lists don’t have it on top, it remains a stunning achievement of the Classical Hollywood period. Here’s to you Rosebud.
With the protests and demonstrations in Egypt, Libya, Yemen, and elsewhere this week, I couldn’t help but share this photo. I don’t even know when or where I found it, but it’s message seems appropriate.
I was going to go to a movie today. I was going to see Brave. I figured everyone would be seeing The Dark Knight Rises, so the theater would be pretty empty for the ‘kids film.’ I didn’t go to … Continue reading
As I head to a Performing Artists retreat, the call to create resonates with me especially and particularly.
Today would’ve been Eadweard Muybridge’s 182nd birthday. In honor of the master of zoopraxology, the film that proved once and for all that horses do have all four feet off the ground when in a gallop.
Last night, the USA network aired the restored version of To Kill a Mockingbird, in honor of the film’s 50th anniversary. President Obama even introduced the film, adapted from Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. I’ll be showing this film next … Continue reading