MCN Curated Headlines Archive for February, 2014
“‘I’m really glad I attended. I had hesitated because I was told it’s graphically violent and there are survivors of the genocide participating in the re-enactments. Now I understand that neither of those things are true.'”
“What’s most appealing about documentary is you get to reinvent it every time you make a film. If you’re gonna do the same thing over and over, why bother?”
Errol Morris Talks The Unknown Known
“Lawrence seems like a weird, idiosyncratic, charismatic human. She’s never polished; she’s always —-ing up.
Anne Helen Petersen Places Jennifer Lawrence In The Lineage Of “Cool Girls”
“Who wouldn’t want to see next year’s Oscars written by 12 Years a Slave screenwriter John Ridley? Or what about Spike Jonze? His mooncalf surrealism might just suit a show whose jagged juxtapositions and elastic tempo reliably melt clocks the world over.”
“For the next two weeks, I will work and get drunk with the country’s top directors, composers and film stars.”
Anna Broinowski Check$ In On North Korean Filmmaking
“The film is inspired by the story of Noah. While artistic license has been taken, we believe that this film is true to the essence, values, and integrity of a story that is a cornerstone of faith for millions of people worldwide. The biblical story of Noah can be found in the book of Genesis.”
Noah Marketing Will Now Concede That There’s No Such Thing As A Movie That Reflects The Bible As Understood Differently By Millions Of Individuals
“And heeeere they are!”
Jim Lange, 81, Host Of “The Dating Game”
“Girls”… In Outer. Space. In Outer. Space!
Adam Driver To Be Baddie In Next “Star Wars”?
“Likewise per usual at this juncture, my mind became crowded with questions, each one a pin ready to poke holes in what at first seemed like an easy decision.Through these factors, I’ve come to the realization that I don’t need to own a film to feel ownership of it.”
IndieWIRE Advises Readers To Buy Criterion At Retail, Not Via “Flash Sales”
“Today’s rooster is tomorrow’s feather duster. Pride does come before a fall.”
Catherine Martin Talks Style, Gatsby And Beyond