Woy Woy Little Theatre’s first play of the season is a funny but poignant comedy-drama penned by English playwright, Jimmy Chinn, and directed by Denise Main. 406 more words
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Jim Jarmusch’s latest film is as much a deconstruction of time, history and technology as it is a vampire tale.
Jean-Marc Valée’s latest film reaches British screens with the full weight of awards season behind it.
When asked about what the term “Independent Cinema” means to the American film industry in 2014 in a recent Criticwire survey I thought immediately of Scott Cooper’s… 448 more words
They do good losers, do the brothers Coen.
Martin Scorsese excels at the portrayal of the asshole and the unhinged. Travis Bickle is the inverted poster boy for the latter, with kindred spirits to be found in figures like Rupert Pupkin and Frank Pierce, while the director practically reinvented the standard to which the obnoxious can be played in commercial American cinema with… 1,174 more words