David Milch

The film is set to premiere sometime in 2019.
As a film, Author: The JT LeRoy Story provides a unique window into this San Francisco based writer, punk rocker, con artist.
"An awful lot of writing talent came out of those writers' rooms and has moved on to nurture many of the writers who are
I've been fascinated with Robin Weigert since the first time I remember seeing her, as the hard-drinking, foul-mouthed Calamity Jane in David Milch's too-short HBO series, Deadwood.
Because David Milch was so wonderful at making Luck's horses come alive as individuals, it's even harder now to contemplate them dying for the sake of art, as magical as that art might be.
There's a good chance waverers will stay with "Luck" after Sunday's episode, which features a terrific racing sequence that embodies everything I enjoy about Milch's drama.
"We couldn't be more thrilled with the critical response to this beautiful piece of work," Michael Lombardo, HBO's president
A crucial horse race in the fourth episode proved that Milch owned me; his characters and their desires had seeped into my mind and soul without me realizing it, and I found myself near tears before the race was over.
HBO's "Luck" is a show that is trying to do a lot of things and nothing all at once. The characters speak all the time, in
Watching the first hour of a Milch drama on its own is a strange experience; the best way to experience his shows -- especially