Articles by David Hudson
Today’s videos: David Lynch, Sergio Leone and Norman McLaren.
Over a dozen heads of festivals from around the world have signed an open statement of support.
“Think BLACK SWAN directed by Mel Brooks and you’re in the vicinity, but only just.” Updated.
“Greaves was not only a harbinger of a new era of multicultural filmmaking but a pivotal figure in the history of African-American cinema.”
Plus Adrian Martin on Hitchcock’s NOTORIOUS and Hilton Als on ALL THAT JAZZ.
The director of SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER and WARGAMES has also worked with Dreyfuss and Cassavetes, Walken and Depp.
The accomplished actor, director and producer was a champion of British cinema and leftish political causes. Updated through 8/25.
Plus: More trouble for the Beijing Independent Film Festival.
Films by Hitchcock, Anthony Mann and Powell and Pressburger have been added to the Revivals program.
Plus early word on Alex Ross Perry’s project with Michelle Dockery and Elizabeth Moss.
The New York series “runs the gamut from space-age sex farce to dystopian nightmare.” Updated through 8/23.
A John Ford retrospective and special programs honoring Viggo Mortensen, Algerian filmmaker Tariq Teguia and the late Harun Farocki.