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He’s Got Something Going On: David Proval on Mean Streets, and Acting for Martin Scorsese
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David Proval, now 81, is a native New Yorker who has collected a diverse array of screen credits over the past half-century, including the terrifying New Jersey hoodlum Richie Aprile on "The Sopranos," Toby Ziegler's rabbi on the NBC series "The West...
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TCM Classic Film Festival Turns 15 with Se7en 8K IMAX Restoration, Lawrence of Arabia and The Searchers on 70mm & More
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“If you hear a fire alarm, take it seriously,” the woman at the podium announced. “Proceed calmly, but exit swiftly. This was a step beyond the standard “put away your cell phones” introduction, but this was no ordinary movie––we were...
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2024 Cannes Film Festival: Samir Karahoda, André Hayato Saito & Daniel Soares Among Palme Short Hopefuls
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And last but not least, the Cannes Film Festival has announced the eleven shorts competing for the Palme d’Or. Selected from just over 4400 submitted shorts and representing countries such as Azerbaijan, Brazil, Canada, China, Croatia, France, Kosovo, Lithuania, Portugal...
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Back to Black Review: Amy Winehouse Biopic is a Ghoulish Interpretation of the Late Singer’s Troubles
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Bohemian Rhapsody should have been the final nail in the music-biopic coffin––instead, its near-billion box-office gross ensured it became Hollywood’s go-to template for a movie in this mold. Going beyond merely emulating its Walk Hard-like adherence to over-simplifying the highs...
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The 2024 TCM Classic Film Festival
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TCMFF continues to valiantly pursue the preservation of Hollywood film history. The post The 2024 TCM Classic Film Festival appeared first on Slant Magazine.
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Girl Shy and the Birth of the Romantic Comedy
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Every genre has a moment, usually dating back to silent film, where you can start to see it crystallize before your very eyes. Science fiction has “A Trip to the Moon,” the American Western has “The Great Train Robbery,” and...
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Zoë Kravitz Corrals an Ensemble In Trailer for Directorial Debut Blink Twice
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It helps to have friends. Look no further than the first trailer for Zoë Kravitz’s Blink Twice, which boasts a stronger ensemble than your average directing debut: Channing Tatum, Simon Rex, Adria Arjona, Haley Joel Osment, Alia Shawkat, Christian Slater,...
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THE BIG DOOR PRIZE S2 Review: Entering The Next Stage
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Chris O'Dowd, Gabrielle Dennis, Ally Maki, Damon Gupton, Josh Segarra, Crystal Fox, Sammy Fourlas and Djouliet Amara star in the Apple TV Plus series. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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UNCROPPED
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(DOC NYC, America’s largest documentary film festival, runs November 8-16 in New York City. HtN has boots on the ground and will be bringing you tons of coverage like Chris Reed’s movie review of Uncropped. Seen it? Join the conversation with...
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Fantaspoa 2024 Review: THE COMPLEX FORMS, How Classic Auteur Cinema Would Be If It Had More Monsters
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Strange things are happening at an ancient villa in the literal middle of nowhere. A bunch of men are gathered here, all of them with a peculiar contract. A middle-aged man named Christian (David White) is in the process of...
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