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In the summer of 1970 legendary but self-destructive director Orson Welles returned to Hollywood from years of self-imposed exile in Europe and decided it was time to make a comeback movie. Coincidentally it was the story of a legendary self-destructive director…

Beat Takeshi Vs. Takeshi Kitano

by Takeshi Kitano

|November 2, 2004

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Called "the world's most original action auteur" by the Village Voice , Takeshi Kitano is already legendary in Japan, where he is known both for his inventive films and for his legendarily caustic alter ego, comedian Beat Takeshi. In the United States, his…

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Dr. Larry Poland's book, Chasm: Crossing the Divide Between Hollywood and People of Faith , explores the century-old warfare between the world of entertainment and mainstream Americans, those "flyovers" between Hollywood and New York. It is filled with…

Ben Wheatley: Confusion And Carnage

by Adam Nayman

|This title releases March 24, 2017

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British filmmaker Ben Wheatley has made a name for himself directing stylish genre films like Kill List , A Field in England , and High-Rise . In the first published study of his work, Adam Nayman meticulously examines the themes and visual style of Wheatley's…

I Go Hard

by Vanessa Morgan

|September 21, 2010

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My son had dreams of becoming a rapper and was living a lifestyle not reflective of his upbringing. He was shot on March 6, 2009. As a parent, I was consumed with guilt. I questioned my parental worth. I Go Hard is a story of a young man in search of a dream and…

My Winnipeg

by Guy Maddin

|May 1, 2009

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A herd of horses frozen in a river. A bargain bridge. Séances. Golden Boy pageants. A demolished hockey arena. St. Mary's Academy for Girls. Spanky the Guide Dog through Time. An epidemic of sleepwalking. This is the Winnipeg of Guy Maddin, the world's…
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Kenneth Anger: author of Hollywood Babylon, true disciple of Aleister Crowley, former mentor to both Bobby Beausoleil and Mick Jagger, amongst others - and one of the most original and talented film-makers of the 20th Century. BLACK LEATHER LUCIFER presents…
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The Kubrick files From the archives of cinematic genius In 1968, when Stanley Kubrick was asked to comment on the metaphysical significance of 2001: A Space Odyssey , he replied: “It’s not a message I ever intended to convey in words. 2001 is a…

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John Wayne reportedly loathed horses. Nor did he ever serve one day in the military. Yet the Iowa pharmacist's son born Marion Michael Morrison came to embody two of the most enduring archetypes in American popular culture: the cowboy and the gung-ho war hero.…
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Although he starred in 31 films and was ranked a top-10 box office draw for six consecutive years, Elvis Presley has never gotten his full due from film critics and historians, who often dismiss him as a singer, moonlighting on the silver screen, rather than a…
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Clint Eastwood is a Hollywood icon, with five Academy Awards, five Golden Globes, and numerous other accolades for his work as an actor, director, producer, and composer. Yet because he rose to fame in spaghetti westerns and Dirty Harry shoot-em-ups, few critics…

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With the arguable exception of Elvis Presley, no other star exerts a more enduring grip on the public's imagination than Marilyn Monroe. Like some luminescent butterfly she flitted across the screen, dazzling filmgoers worldwide, before dying young at age 36 --…