New Podcast from Trailers From Hell | Josh Olsen & Joe Dante

  Check out the new podcast from Trailers From Hell-  Josh Olsen hosts conversations with actors and directors in The Movies That Made Me-  discussing films they found inspirational for their own work later on.  Joe Dante is present to give a historical perspective.  I just listened to Allison Anders talk about two of her influences-  Anthony Mann and Ida Lupino.  And if you haven’t already tapped... read more

John Sayles at the TCM Film Festival

Last week, John Sayles attended the TCM Film Festival in Los Angeles. While at the festival, John presented two films: ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST (1968) and PARK ROW (1952) Notes from the presentation of PARK ROW can be found below. For more information on the TCM Film Festival, or to keep up with next year’s festival, click... read more

The Brother From Another Planet Screening at Row House Cinema

The Brother From Another Planet is showing at the Row House Cinema in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as part of their Black Action Heros on Film week. Other films featured will include Bad Boys, The Harder They Come, Cleopatra Jones and Space is the Place. Showtimes for The Brother From Another Planet are as listed. Fri 3/30 – 12:15pm Sat 3/31 – 7:10pm Sun 4/1 – 1:15pm Mon 4/2 – 4:45pm... read more

OUT OF MY HEAD Premiere at MoMA

The world premiere of OUT OF MY HEAD, Jacki Ochs and Susanna Styron’s new documentary about migraines, will be held at the Museum of Modern Art on February 20th as part of Doc Fortnight 2018. We encourage you to attend any of the following screenings of the film. Tickets are on sale here. We hope to see you there!   Tuesday, Feb. 20, 7:00 PM Wednesday, Feb. 21, 4:30 PM Thursday, Feb. 22, 7:30... read more

DGA Hosts Panel Celebrating the Life & Career of Jonathan Demme

Last Friday, John Sayles joined actors, producers and directors alike to celebrate the life and work of Jonathan Demme. Demme was most known for his work in THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, RACHEL GETTING MARRIED, PHILADELPHIA, and ADAPTATION. He won an Oscar in 1992 for Best Director for “Silence of the Lambs,” and was nominated for a Golden Globe that same year. The DGA Theater in New York hosted a tribute to... read more

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