Marina De Tavira

18 Apr 19
The Film Source

Roma is a film that starts in reflection, both in the opening shot and in the kernel of the idea that became what we see on screen. Alfonso Cuaron’s new film is in many ways a memory film, culled from the director’s memory of the experience of his childhood. But in many ways it is […]

13 Apr 19
News from the San Diego Becks

The 91st annual Academy Awards, for the film year 2018.  The nominations were announced on 22 January 2019 and the awards were held on 24 February 2019. Best Picture:  Green Book The Favourite Roma A Star is Born BlackKklansman Black Panther Bohemian Rhapsody Green Book Vice Most Surprising Omission:  If Beale Street Could Talk Best Eligible Film […]

11 Apr 19
Not another script guru

Roma written and directed by Alfonso Cuaron; starring Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira, Diego Cortina Autrey, Carlos Peralta, Marco Graf, Daniela Demesa, Nancy Garcia Garcia, Veronica Garcia, Fernando Grediaga and Jorge Antonio Guerrero Mexico, 1971. A year in the life of a house maid and the wealthy family she works for. From the opening shot, […]

12 Apr 19
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Emma Stone has caught a case of BTS fever. RELATED: BTS Is Making Their ‘Saturday Night Live’ Debut With Emma Stone The Oscar-winning “La La Land” actress hosts Saturday’s episode of Global’s “Saturday Night Live”. She and the ladies of “SNL” cannot wait for the show’s musical guest performers: BTS. Appearing on “The Tonight Show” […]

09 Apr 19
News from the San Diego Becks

My Top 20 The Favourite First Man Roma If Beale Street Could Talk A Star is Born BlackKklansman Cold War Black Panther Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Mary Poppins Returns Avengers: Infinity War Incredibles 2 Can You Ever Forgive Me? Capernaum A Quiet Place Stan & Ollie Shoplifters Paddington 2 Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald […]

08 Apr 19
Aled Warren Films

Cast: Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira Director: Alfonso Cuarón Writer: Alfonso Cuarón Roma has been described as the Oscar-winning Alfonso Cuarón’s most personal film yet and it probably is. After having proved himself a world-class, visionary director with the high-concept fantasies and spectacles of The Prisoner of Azkaban, Children of Men, and Gravity, Cuarón has returned […]

04 Apr 19
UltraViolet

By Chaya and Deni  MOVIE REVIEWS IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK Based on James Baldwin’s novel, this film from Barry Jenkins, director of the fabulous film Moonlight (you remember that Academy Awards show two years ago when the presenters goofed and gave the Best Picture to La La Land by mistake and then regifted it […]

26 Mar 19
hebspeaks

Is there any better way to be made acutely aware of how many movies you didn’t bother to see during a year – or a decade – than to see a list of Oscar nominees/winners? I didn’t see very many “Oscar” movies during the decade of the 2010s, though I did see Black Swan, The […]