Martin Scorsese

21 Jul 19
Spencer Magazine

TIFF’s Opening Act of Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band will be the Opening Night Gala Presentation for the 44th Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday, September 5, at Roy Thomson Hall. This highly anticipated film by Daniel Roher is the first Canadian-made documentary opening […]

21 Jul 19
everynominee

Staring her career in the theatre, Ellen Burstyn really burst on the cinematic scene in the 1970’s netting her first Oscar nod in 1971 for her supporting turn in The Last Picture Show. Her most noted first leading role would occur in William Friedkin’s horror classic The Exorcist which would provide her with the first […]

21 Jul 19

The year is 1991, and Oliver Stone is slaving away on two feature films. The first was The Doors, and the end of the year saw the release of JFK, which is probably his masterpiece, although Natural Born Killers is on par. He was also in the midst of trying to get Evita made, although in […]

21 Jul 19
Nouvelles Du Monde

compte Joan Báez qui voulait "changer le monde" avant de savoir chanter, un esprit combatif solide qui, après 60 ans de carrière musicale, l’accompagne dans un dernier tour du monde qui se déroulera cette semaine en Espagne, sans poils dans le langage pour dénoncer ce qu’elle considère injuste. "Oui, Je pense toujours qu'en Espagne il […]

21 Jul 19
Guy with a Voice(GUAV)

This is my list of top 10 English movies which are solely based upon my experiences while watching them. I hope I have given you some suggestions in case you have not checked out these movies yet.  10.COCO  This is a feel-good heartwarming animated movie with catchy songs. COCO is a movie based in Mexico […]

21 Jul 19
The Movie Burners

Domino is fairly well-paced with a story just interesting enough to keep our attention, punctuated few bursts of violent action (the mass shooting at the film festival is actually pretty disturbing).

21 Jul 19
Auralcrave

The films missed by De Niro in his incredible career are not few and some are really unexpected. De Niro’s career is full of great productions and successes, as well as some minor mistakes (especially in recent years). The actor was the protagonist of masterpieces such as Taxi Driver, The Mission, The Godfather Part II, […]

21 Jul 19

Detention (Penguin Random House) is a highly memorable insight into a complex, fraught situation. It balances the terrible quandary of refugees detained in or near Australia with kindness and help. Thank you for speaking to Paperbark blog, Tristan. Pleasure! Thanks for being such a great advocate for my books and a positive force in children’s […]

20 Jul 19
TV Aerials Leeds

In his Netflix film “Rolling Thunder Revue,” which chronicles Bob Dylan’s face-paint-streaked 1975 tour of the same name, Martin Scorsese introduces us to a former congressman from Michigan named Jack Tanner. from Pocket https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/17/magazine/bob-dylan-and-the-myth-of-boomer-idealism.html via FREEVIEW AERIALS LEEDS

20 Jul 19
TV Aerials Sunderland

In his Netflix film “Rolling Thunder Revue,” which chronicles Bob Dylan’s face-paint-streaked 1975 tour of the same name, Martin Scorsese introduces us to a former congressman from Michigan named Jack Tanner. from Pocket https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/17/magazine/bob-dylan-and-the-myth-of-boomer-idealism.html via TV/a>

20 Jul 19
The Movie Vampire

After doing a number of these “Crash Course” articles about important filmmakers and relevant themes I thought it was high time to take a look at a handful of movies that were a bit lighter.  So, for no reason in particular, the time seems right to explore a handful of movies about people living their […]

20 Jul 19
moviebuffstuffsite

Awards season starts in just a couple of months, and I traditionally release my first set of Golden Globes predictions during the second half of July. So…here they are!   BEST MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA: 1917 This drama from Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Skyfall) follows two young soldiers during a single day in World War […]

20 Jul 19
The Imaginative Conservative

The cynicism of modern-day youth presents us with a great teachable moment. We must tell history as a great myth, for myths are often the best way of expressing truths. They are also the lifeblood of civilizations. Today’s offering in our Timeless Essay series affords our readers the opportunity to join Stephen Klugewicz, as he […]