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The One I Love Trailer Review

I dont have a whole lot to say about this trailer because its very brief and leaves the viewer with an idea of the films tone and setting but leaves the plot as more of a mystery. 396 more words

TV And Trailer Reviews

FX Deprives Us Of Charlie Kaufman's Genius!

FX has passed on the Charlie Kaufman written and directed pilot ‘How and Why’. Which begs the question… How and Why would FX pass on a project made by Academy Award winner starring John Hawkes, Michael Cera, Sally Hawkins and Catherine Keener? 86 more words

Breaking News

For Your Consideration: July 11, 2014

Watching childhood home movies can be a confusing experience, a mix of amusement, embarrassment, and nostalgia, as we watch our past selves—creatures so familiar and yet horrifically foreign—grow, change, and do silly things. 860 more words

Features

Charlie Kaufman BAFTA Speech

Charlie Kaufman is among the most brilliant and creative screenwriters today and is the mind behind modern cinematic masterpieces such as “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” and “Synecdoche, New York”. 42 more words

Culture

Her (2013)

Spike Jonze’s 2013 hit was one of my most anticipated films of the year, off the back of his previous work. But the director veers away from the dizzying humour of his collaborations with Charlie Kaufman to write a film that is wry and touching in its honesty. 674 more words

Movie Reviews

Review - Adler and Gibb at the Royal Court

Other interpretations here: Stew Pringle (great point about dignity), Catherine Love, Sarah Hemming, Miriam Gillinson, and raw insight from Matt Trueman

Tim Crouch’s latest play obliquely tells the lives of avant-garde artists Janet Adler and Margaret Gibb through two performance narratives: a young, nervous girl pleading for a scholarship by delivering a lecture, and two others (an actor and an acting coach) making a film about Adler by visiting her derelict house. 1,080 more words

Review

Charlie Kaufman on Writing

“Say who you are, really say it in your life and in your work. Tell someone out there who is lost, someone not yet born, someone who won’t be born for 500 years. 459 more words