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Friday, Aug. 5, 2022
Cinematographers & Cameras: Emmy Nominees Discuss "Atlanta," "Station Eleven," "Gaslit," "Dopesick," "How I Met Your Father"
One DP garnered his third and fourth career Emmy nominations--both for collaborations with a director whom he first worked with on a commercial. Another cinematographer garnered his first Emmy nomination while a feature he shot gains momentum in the early Oscar season conversation. Yet another DP...
Friday, Aug. 5, 2022
Mid-year Report Card: Creative Solutions, Teamwork, A Proactive Mindset
“There are moments in my career as a producer and company owner that have experienced great disruption but nothing compares to what we are living through right now,” said Bonnie Goldfarb, co-founder/executive producer at harvest films. Yet out of the tumult of our times--from a troubled economy to...
Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022
Review: Director David Leitch's "Bullet Train"
Aboard the speeding locomotive of "Bullet Train" ride at least five assassins, one venomous reptile (a snake on the train), countless glib Guy Ritchie-esque slo-mo action sequences, and one bucket-hat wearing Brad Pitt. It's a lot of ingredients that go into this candy-colored, battle royale of a...
Wednesday, Jul. 20, 2022
Review: Writer-Director Jordan Peele's "Nope"
A great debut in Hollywood can be a blessing and a curse. Once you knock it out of the park like Jordan Peele did with "Get Out," which captured the zeitgeist so perfectly within the framework of a greatly entertaining thriller, home runs become the standard, not the exception. Now three movies in...
Wednesday, Jul. 13, 2022
Review: Director Carrie Cracknell's "Persuasion"
The new adaptation of " Persuasion, " coming to Netflix Friday, does not seem to have been made for Jane Austen fans. Her book about the unmarried Anne Elliot, who at 27 is on the edge of spinsterhood and regretting having been persuaded to give up her true love years earlier because of his lowly...
Tuesday, Jul. 5, 2022
Review: Director Taika Waititi's "Thor: Love and Thunder"
The last full Thor movie was the overstuffed 2017 "Thor: Ragnarok," with the God of Thunder dealing with dueling brother and sister issues, the imminent destruction of his planet, a boozy sidekick, a huge dog, pal Hulk having a panic attack and the death of his father. It was Taika Waititi...
Thursday, Jun. 23, 2022
Review: Director Baz Luhrmann's "Elvis"
The brief life of Elvis Presley is not something that fits neatly into a conventional biopic formula, though many have tried. It was, perhaps, always going to take a director as wild and visionary as Baz Luhrmann to do something that evokes the essence of the King's 42 years. Luhrmann knows better...
Thursday, Jun. 23, 2022
Review: Director Scott Derrickson's "The Black Phone"
Phones in serial killer movies are usually used by the deranged hunters to taunt the police or carefully tell victims how they'll die. But in "The Black Phone" it's the other way around, fitting for a horror-thriller that flips many of the genre's formula. The serial killer at the heart of Scott...
Thursday, Jun. 16, 2022
Review: Director Sophie Hyde's "Good Luck to You, Leo Grande"
Female desire is not a topic that gets a lot of space in mainstream Hollywood movies. And the desire of women north of 45? Well, that's been almost exclusively the province of Nancy Meyers, Meryl Streep and Diane Keaton. There have been others, sure, but it's often either played for humor or...
Wednesday, Jun. 15, 2022
Review: Director Cooper Raiff's "Cha Cha Real Smooth" 
The glow sticks. The neon lanyards. DJs playing wildly inappropriate songs. The mocktails, the tipsy grown-ups, the awkward adolescent kisses in photo booths. Finally, a feature film set on the suburban bar mitzvah party circuit. But there's more than just cleverly observed cultural comedy at play...

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