Posts Tagged ‘ film ’

Happy as Lazzaro – Evocation of a Common Language: Alice Rohrwacher Interviewed – BOMB Magazine

Still of Adriana Tardiolo in Happy as Lazzaro, directed by Alice Rohrwacher, 2018. Image courtesy of the artist.

The Italian filmmaker on community, verisimilitude, and her latest film, Happy as Lazzaro.

Source: Evocation of a Common Language: Alice Rohrwacher Interviewed – BOMB Magazine

CAROL – Official International Trailer – On Blu-ray & DVD March 21st – YouTube

DISOBEDIENCE | Official Trailer | In theaters April 27 – YouTube

Blue Is The Warmest Color Official Trailer #1 (2013) – Romantic Drama HD – YouTube

The Killing Of Sister George (1969) Full Movie – YouTube

Call Me By Your Name: The Influences – YouTube

In this episode of the Nerdwriter, Evan Puschak imagines a film school class that studies the influences of Call Me By Your Name, which include a pair of Merchant Ivory films, A Room With a View and Maurice. One of the best love stories I’ve seen in recent years, Call Me By Your Name is one of those movies I’m waiting to watch again after some time, saving it like the last chocolate in the box.

Source: The influences of Call Me By Your Name | kottke.org

Pantherpedia: A guide to the cottage industry of essays about Ryan Coogler’s ‘Black Panther’

Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa in “Black Panther,” ruler of Wakanda. (Matt Kennedy / Marvel Studios)

“Black Panther” has inspired countless critical essays. We round up some of the most intriguing.

Source: Pantherpedia: A guide to the cottage industry of essays about Ryan Coogler’s ‘Black Panther’

The Sacrifice – Andrei Tarkovsky – Re-Release Trailer – YouTube

  • Catch The Sacrifice  on Sunday, February 18, 2018 at 2:30 or 7:30 pm at Cinestudio (300 Summit Street). $10 general admission, with discounts available.

*Thanks to Real Hartford‘s February 2018 Calendar

The Rape of Recy Taylor 

Source: The Rape of Recy Taylor

Wednesday, February 7, 2018, The Wadsworth Atheneum will screen The Rape of Recy Taylor at 7 pm. A reception precedes the film at 6. Regular admission is $9 with discounts available for members, students, and seniors.*

* Thanks to Real Hartford‘s February 2018 Calendar

First clip from the upcoming Mister Rogers documentary

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, a documentary film about Mister Rogers, is premiering at the Sundance film festival tomorrow. This short clip is the first look we’ve gotten at the movie, Love is at the root of everything

Source: First clip from the upcoming Mister Rogers documentary