Since the the 1980s, Rosenfeld has been producing great movies like Howards End, Mr. and Mrs. Bridge, Remains of the Day, Surviving Picasso, Tree of Life and Jodorowsky's Dune. And just last month, he debuted the film Effie Gray starring a stellar cast of actors.
La Grenouille experienced a British invasion yesterday for a lunch celebrating the film Far From the Madding Crowd, based on Thomas Hardy's beloved 19th century novel.
The recent diaspora of A-list actors and actresses away from solely signing to big budget films is palpable at this year's Tribeca Film Festival. For the 14th year in a row, the cultural center of Manhattan has shifted downtown as independent films and panel discussions, featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Franco, Jessica Biel, Adrien Brody, Olivia Wilde, Lake Bell, Russell Brand, Dakota Fanning, Richard Gere and more, run from the 15th to the 26th of April.
n depicting the events of John and Effie's marriage, the movie is quite reserved and beautifully nuanced. Many of the filmmakers come from Merchant Ivory Productions, and Effie Gray is very much in that tradition. It's hard to know with certainty what went on in the marriage, but there are letters and written accounts that served as source material.
Night Moves definitely works as a tense, lo-fi psychological thriller. But the environmental dimension is what gives Night Moves its interesting moral dimension, as well as informing the unique world where the film takes place.
I thought that viewing this at a public screening with retirees eating popcorn (versus a press screening with jaundiced critics) would be fairly excruciating. It wasn't. Toronto's cinephiles stand ready to embrace it all.
The annual Marin film fest, in its 36th year, will feature early peaks at Oscar contenders, award nights to rising and veteran stars and storytellers and compelling features and documentaries of social significance.
It was an unfortunate case of quantity over quality during my first day at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. While I saw six films, there were only a couple I could heartily recommend.
My heart skipped a beat when I heard the reknowned film director Deborah Kampmeier was in production for a movie based on the Sumerian Goddess Inanna.
I had been hearing it all my life, especially when I would return from a vacation that I was obviously supposed to have come back from looking "tan."
Bella's character is so inherently weak in terms of personal power, that when she finally morphs into a stronger being, the clothes don't fit. Know why? Because it's not on her terms -- it's on Edward's.
This week, I'm joined by Derek Warburton, celebrity stylist, to discuss some Met Ball fashion flops! Derek joins us for "Off With Her Head" in which ...
Have you tuned in to pop culture that 17-year-old girls have been exposed to since the 1960s? Seventeen year-old girls have, and all these shows cover sex pretty explicitly and no one is freaking out about it.
There's Dakota Fanning...'going bad' so Marc Jacobs can sell some perfume. It smells great, by the way. Why did she do that? I mean, she was SUCH A NI...
Kim K. just can't catch a break -- the reality starlet is facing a heap of haters this week (aka Hollywood A-listers) who are apparently fed up with the highly hyped tabloid regular.