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The Two Popes
Monday, Jan. 13, 2020
Reactions from some of the nominees for the Academy Awards:
The Irishman, Joker
“I’m honored and grateful to the Academy for acknowledging 'The Irishman' and 'Joker.' I share these nominations with the most talented cast and crew in the world. I also want...
Friday, Dec. 13, 2019
Last year when accepting her DGA nomination medallion for Lady Bird, Greta Gerwig said to her peers in the audience, “Storytellers are healers and I am so honored to be included among you.”
Storytelling can indeed be healing--by raising awareness of peoples’ circumstances or...
Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2019
Believers of all religions can agree on one thing: the Vatican is an unlikely place for a bromance.
The novelty of Fernando Meirelles' "The Two Popes" is right there in its title. There has only been one leader of the Roman Catholic Church going back centuries except in trying times of,...
Friday, Oct. 25, 2019
Sharing Insights Into “Judy,” “The Two Popes,” “Ford v Ferrari,” “Jojo Rabbit,” “Once Upon a Time...”
All the world’s a stage. And director Rupert Goold knows his way around a stage for varied pursuits. He is artistic director of the Almeida Theatre in London, served in the same capacity at the U.K.’s Headlong Theatre and Northampton Theatres, as well as associate director at the Royal...
Monday, Oct. 21, 2019
AFI Fest 2019 has rounded out its Galas lineup with a pair of films: Netflix’s The Two Popes starring Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce will screen on Monday, November 18; and Amazon Studios’ The Aeronauts starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne will screen on Tuesday,...
Monday, Oct. 21, 2019
The EnergaCamerimage Festival has revealed its main competition lineup for the coveted Golden Frog--ranging alphabetically from Amundsen lensed by Pål Ulvik Rokseth to The Two Popes shot by César Charlone.
Also in the mix are such films as Bolden (shot by Neal...
Wednesday, Sep. 4, 2019
When a movie first comes in contact with an audience, strange things can happen. Take, for instance, the case of "Dolemite," Rudy Ray Moore's classic 1975 Blaxploitation film.
A shambling, cheaply made, mostly non-professional production seemed surely headed for the dustbin before a...