In case you haven’t had a chance to watch this fantastic Damon Lindelof interview yet, take some time off today and give it a shot. From The Verge, Lindelof discusses lots, including almost 30 minutes on the Lost finale. Definitely a must watch for fans of the writer and his shows/movies.
Here’s a wonderful Getty Images ad made up of 873 Getty images. The amount of painstaking research that must have… Continue reading Morning Watch: Hour-Long Damon Lindelof Interview, Great Getty Images Ad, and Roman Polanski Short
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Roman Polanski’s adaptation of the award-winning play God of Carnage is technically excellent and often bleakly funny, but it’s ultimately unmoving. While one would expect nothing less than carefully executed shots, excellent performances, and tight editing from longtime collaborator Hervé de Luze, the final product feels less like the anxiety-filled nightmares Polanski is famous for than a way for the director to… Continue reading 'Carnage' NYFF Review: Roman Polanski's Latest is Bloodless
Two years after he’d been arrested in Zurich, Roman Polanski received a 10-minute standing ovation at the Zurich Film Festival as he accepted a lifetime achievement award. “Better late than never,” he said on finally being able to accept the award in person. In 2009, he was placed under house arrest when he arrived in Switzerland and nearly extradited to the U.S. for outstanding sexual assault… Continue reading Roman Polanski Returns to Zurich for Ovation After Arrest
Review in a Hurry: Yep, Roman Polanski’s still got it. With dry humor and expertly timed suspense, the director throws Ewan McGregor into a conspiracy theory plot involving a Tony Blair-like…
Roman Polanski’s political thriller “The Ghost Writer” has won the prize for best film at the European Film Awards. Polanski’s movie also is the … Continue reading Roman Polanski wins best European picture award