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“If Your Fall Festival Wants To Live, Come With Me.”

David Poland | May 25, 2020

Quibi Review: Dummy

David Poland | May 14, 2020

42 Weeks To Oscar?

David Poland | May 12, 2020

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Financial Times

"While most news media groups have been battered, a handful of premium publishers are holding their ground through the tempest. Backed by a subscription model built over the past decade, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal have so far decided against the mass lay-offs and pay cuts that have wracked the majority of their peers, and are even still looking to hire. “Bluntly: I was optimistic when we had half a million subscriptions. We now have 10 times that and I’m still optimistic,” Mark Thompson, chief executive of the New York Times Company, told the Financial Times."

Financial Times | May 26, 2020

Twitter

Richard Brody: "A curse of modern movies: people don't walk in and out of rooms, open and close doors, get in and out of cars, get and pay a check; it's Godard's fault because everyone copies him but lacks his powers of abstraction and artifice; they always want to be real so it comes off fake. Not literally everyone; and by now, it has become a convention and few, if any, even know where it comes from, who they're copying, let alone why."

Twitter | May 26, 2020

TorStar, Parent Of Toronto Star, Six Other Dailies And Seventy Weeklies, Sold to Private Equity Investors For $C52 Million And Taken Private; New Owners Are Donors To Canada's Conservative Party

May 26, 2020

Vulture

Bilge Ebiri: "In the wake, are movie theaters, having long since lost their essential place in our culture, going to become relics of the past? Probably not. People are desperate to get out of the house, get their kids out of the house and get back to normal. “When this lifts, none of us are ever going to want to be anywhere close to our couch or our TV ever again,” predicts Richard Rushfield, who runs the popular film-industry newsletter The Ankler. “Our couch is going to have associations for us of this awful time.” One recent survey found that almost three out of four Americans said they missed going to movie theaters — which is significantly higher than the percentage of Americans who regularly went in the before times. New York Times film critic Manohla Dargis spoke for many of us when she wrote, “When at last we can go out again and be with one another, I hope that we flood cinemas, watching every single movie, from the most rarefied art film to the silliest Hollywood offering.”

Vulture | May 26, 2020

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Hightown, Monica Raymund

David Poland | May 25, 2020

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