Your Favourite Woody Allen Films From the 2010s

We started this poll at the start of March and the world has changed since then! Not just the coronavirus, but Woody Allen announced his autobiography, his publisher cowardly turned tail, and then the thing got published anyway. Strange times indeed. But we asked you to rank the 9 films Woody Allen released in the […]

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APROPOS OF NOTHING Europe Release Round Up

Woody Allen’s memoir, Apropos Of Nothing, is set to be released in the Europe, rolling out in the next several weeks. Here’s a round-up of the details. We’ll update this page with more details as they come. Germany – 7th April – Pre-order link Publisher Rowohlt will be releasing the book with a similar cover […]

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POLL: Rank Woody Allen’s 2010s Films

It’s been years since we ran a poll and with every other site running polls, we decided for March to ask you to rank Woody Allen’s 2010s. Allen released 9 films in the ten years that made up the 2010s. They are 1. You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (2010) 2. Midnight In Paris (2011) 3. […]

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RIFKIN’S FESTIVAL Confirmed As Title For Woody Allen’s 2020 Film

Following on from yesterday’s news that Spanish entertainment company Mediapro are likely to extend their working relationship with Allen, Deadline reports that Mediapro has also expanded their sales duties for Allen’s upcoming 2020 film. Amongst the new report is the confirmation of the film’s title as Rikin’s Festival. Deadline broke the news. They also offered […]

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Mediapro Confirms Europe Plans For Woody Allen’s 2021 Film

Mediapro, the Spanish mega entertainment company, have confirmed they are in talks with Woody Allen about producing a new, 2021 film. It follows Mediapro’s upcoming film with Allen, currently titled Rifkin’s Festival and due for release later this year. The news was given by Jaume Roures, the president of Mediapro, in a new statement today, […]

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Every Cinematographer from Woody Allen’s Films – Gordon Willis, Carlos Di Palma, Darius Khondji, Vittorio Storaro and More

Woody Allen is the film critic’s darling, and outside of directors, the role that critics love to talk about is cinematography. And with Allen, rightly so. Allen himself has never been the most technically minded, or technically patient, filmmaker. Yet he is meticulous about making beautiful films. The result is Allen usually allows cinematographers to […]

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