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Update: the sounds of ROY'S WORLD

Last night Jason Adasiewicz and I met up to discuss the soundtrack of ROY’S WORLD, which is moving forward quite nicely.

We’re cooking up some really cool ideas. 98 more words


Episode 14 of the White City Cinema Radio Hour sees me interviewing Chicago-based filmmaker (and Cine-File critic, and my pal!) Rob Christopher about his debut feature film, PAUSE OF THE CLOCK, ahead of its… 93 more words


Matt Dillon and Willem Dafoe join ROY'S WORLD: BARRY GIFFORD & CHICAGO.

An early summer afternoon in the house in Chicago. I’m ten years old. The sky is very dark. A thunderstorm. I’m sitting on the floor in my room, the cool tiles. 201 more words

Jason Adasiewicz and the sounds of ROY'S WORLD.

I am thrilled to announce the collaboration of jazz musician and composer Jason Adasiewicz on the soundtrack of my forthcoming documentary ROY’S WORLD: BARRY GIFFORD & CHICAGO… 393 more words

My next film: ROY'S WORLD.

I’d like to tell you about my new project, a documentary.


Barry Gifford is one of America’s greatest storytellers. His work includes the novel… 228 more words

Book Review: Black Wings Has My Angel by Elliott Chaze

Black Wings Has My Angel is a noir novel first published in 1953 by Elliott Chaze. This novel had gone somewhat unnoticed over the decades, but is getting a lot of talk lately. 437 more words


Lost Highway (1997), de David Lynch

Ahora que se cumplen diez años después de su último largometraje, la fascinante y definitiva INLAND EMPIRE (20o6), aunque ha seguido trabajando sin descanso como cortometrajista y documentalista, merece la pena volver a acercarse al que en mi opinión es uno de los escasos cineastas netamente estadounidenses más importantes que ha dado su país, y a la que probablemente sea una de sus obras cumbre, la impresionante… 1,179 more words