Movie City Indie Archive for November, 2012

Trailering “Girls: Season 2″ (1’51”)

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Deep Inside James Lipton (3’08”)


[Via VF.]

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THR’s “The Directors: Full Uncensored Interview” With Lee, Russell, Hooper, Van Sant, Affleck, QT (1″01’02”)

Let’s just sample some Quen-teen: “When I’m writing, it’s about the page. It’s not about the movie. It’s about the literature of me putting my pen to paper and writing a good page, and making it work completely. Now it’s mine to fuck up if I go forward with it I always go forward with it. But I want to love that script so much that I’m tempted to stop. There’s stuff that’s in the script that I know will never ever make the movie, but it just makes the book—the piece of literature—better. It’s a better read. It’s more emotionally satisfying. Then just like you do with an adaptation, you peel a lot of that stuff away.”

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Sundance13: Teasing Shane Carruth’s UPSTREAM COLOR

[Via.]

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In Italy, LOOPER Takes Place In Torronah

[Click twice for largest.]

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“Durch die Nacht”: James Ellroy And Bruce Wagner Prowl L. A. (52’04”)

[Via Edward Champion.]

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Slanging With James Ellroy (13’52”)

LA Review Of Books’ Tom Lutz talks to James Ellroy in Victor’s Deli about his new e-novella, “Shakedown,” and the true-life character of Fred Otash, scandal monger and shakedown artist.

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Trailering Wong Kar-wai’s THE GRANDMASTERS (2’45”, subs)

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[Translated by Andrew Chan for Film Comment.]

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Which is easier, writing or directing a film?
Those are two totally different things. Writing is slightly easier because you can do it in bed.
~ Ben Wheatley To The BBC

You can neither make beautiful, great movies without risk as you can make babies without sex. Risk is part of the artistic process. That’s why I like performance, because performance is walking a high wire.
~ Francis Coppola

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