brian de palma
It's all there in Noah Baumbach ("The Squid and the Whale") and Jake Paltrow's ("Young Ones") long take documentary on the 50 year career of one of America's great innovative film directors. Triumphs and tragedies, back stories and back stabbing, mostly brutally honest, sometimes euphemistically elliptical, straight ahead, unblinking testimony laced with great film clips and stories of the emergence of the American New Wave.
Now that the movie is 20 years old, have you still never noticed this?
I talk with legendary filmmakers, gay and straight alike, at the 15th annual Provincetown International Film Festival press luncheon, including Ed Lachman, John Waters, Brian De Palma, Christine Vachon, Mary Harron, Rob Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman, Malcolm Ingram, and Jeffrey Schwarz.
Ed Pressman is putting together what looks to be a very interesting and controversial feature film about Joe Paterno. Brian De Palma is set to direct and Al Pacino will play the legendary yet ultimately disgraced coach.
Noah Baumbach's new film Frances Ha is cut from the same cloth as Lena Dunham's Girls. Written with Greta Gerwig, who stars
UPDATE, Jan. 17, 2013: Four months later, Deadline.com reports that Pacino is officially onboard for the Joe Paterno movie
Just when you were missing "Black Swan," Brian De Palma goes and takes the story (a lesbian love story with a dark edge) and
While it may seem on the surface that Portman's Oscar is incongruous with her background in scientific inquiry, there are many interesting connections between Hollywood and the science world.
"They seem to relish it," he says. "They are so excited that meaningful movies about our foreign policy are not doing well