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Monday, May. 4, 2020
Spring 2020 Directors' Profile: Anthony and Joe Russo
Just three months ago Anthony and Joe Russo (aka the Russo brothers) received the International Cinematographers Guild (ICG, IATSE Local 600) Publicists Motion Picture Showman of the Year Award for their historic contributions to the art of cinema and television. The Russos are the only directors...
Monday, May. 4, 2020
​Spring 2020 Director's Profile: David Shane
While he continues to deliver his self-described signature brand of “smartly stupid comedy”--reflected as of late in a Rocket Mortgage Super Bowl commercial in which movie star Jason Momoa’s physique proves to be a facade--director David Shane of production house O Positive has managed to diversify...
Monday, May. 4, 2020
Spring 2020 Director's Profile: Jamie Babbit
Recently making her spot directorial debut on advertising’s biggest stage, the Super Bowl, Jamie Babbit has put her signature on varied filmmaking disciplines over the years. A three-time Emmy nominee for Silicon Valley (two nods for Outstanding Comedy Series as an EP, one for Best Directing for a...
Friday, May. 1, 2020
Review: Netflix Documentary "A Secret Love," Produced By Ryan Murphy, Blumhouse
Terry Donahue, the subject of the new Netflix documentary " A Secret Love," was a catcher for the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Yes, kind of like Geena Davis' character Dottie Hinson from Penny Marshall's "A League of Their Own." She wore those skirts, she went to charm school...
Wednesday, Apr. 22, 2020
Review: Spike Jonze's "Beastie Boys Story" For Apple TV+
Little was predictable about the Beastie Boys in their three-plus decades of making music. They were spontaneous, always evolving, off-the-cuff pranksters who turned pro without ever losing the punchline. Even seeing ahead to the end of a rhyme was impossible. Their lyrics took circuitous,...
Thursday, Apr. 16, 2020
Review: Director Greg Barker's "Sergio"
The United Nations diplomat Sérgio Vieira de Mello has been described as a cross between James Bond and Bobby Kennedy, which sounds like a compelling enough pitch for a film on its own. The Brazilian-born de Mello spent 34 years at the U.N. during which he was involved in clearing land mines in...
Saturday, Apr. 11, 2020
Review: Alan Yang Makes Directorial Debut With "Tigertail"
Oh, to be the other "Tiger" on Netflix. Alan Yang's "Tigertail" is either blessed to arrive in the stormy wake of "Tiger King," or doomed to be the other "Tiger" title Netflix users accidentally select when they're looking for the tabloid story of a zoo owner, not a patient and personal immigrant...
Saturday, Apr. 11, 2020
Review: "Trolls World Tour" Goes Straight Home Due To Pandemic
Music snobbery is making a comeback. On the heels of the excellent serial remake of "High Fidelity," about a tasteful Brooklyn record store owner, comes "Trolls World Tour," in which different pixie clans each representing a music genre vie for sonic domination. Both are quaint in their own way,...
Monday, Apr. 6, 2020
"Modern Family" Cast Looks Back As Series Finale Looms
The group crying began after the final scene of the last episode of ABC's "Modern Family" was taped — with the notable exception of Ed O'Neill, who plays patriarch Jay Pritchett. "I said, 'No tears?'" recalled his co-star, Jesse Tyler Ferguson. "He said, you know what? Things hit me in a really...
Saturday, Mar. 28, 2020
Review: Prentice Penny Makes Directorial Debut With "Uncorked"
The wine movie is not exactly known for a bouquet of tasting notes. From "Wine Country" to "Bottle Shock," they are usually light, amiable movies that amble through sunny fields of vines. "Sideways," of course, is the choice vintage, but most come and go about as quickly and breezily as a bottle of...

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