We are on Facebook!

Well, we decided it was time for The Woody Allen Pages to join Facebook. We’d like to say we have some clever strategy that will be like nothing you’ve seen before – but everyone’s on Facebook and it’s an easy way to keep up with what’s going on with Woody Allen. So hey, like us […]

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Sept News Bits 2: Michael Peña, Whit Stillman, Robots, Nancy Jo Sales, Museums, Muses, Windsor Font, Taxi Driver, Batman, Woody’s Europe

We talked about Michael Peña in our last news bits. The ‘Tower Heist‘ actor has been talking about how he’d like to work with Woody Allen, and it looks like he’s not just saying it because his publicist told him to. NPR’s All Things Considered has been running a great series called ‘Movies I’ve Seen […]

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Totalfilm Lists 50 Greatest Woody Allen Characters

The wonderful film magazine/blog TotalFilm make great lists. Their latest list is very dear to our hearts. They’ve picked and listed the 50 Greatest Woody Allen Characters. It’s the first such poll we’ve seen. There’s plenty of lists of greatest Woody Allen films, but to focus on characters is very clever and refreshing. The full […]

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‘Woody Allen’s Most Beautiful Film’: Manhattan – The Woody Allen Pages Review

Manhattan is Woody Allen’s most beautiful film. Beautiful in many ways. The stunning black and white photography. The lush and gorgeous score. And, of course, the set. The island of Manhattan, from bookshops to skylines. In the middle of all this, Allen plops some of his greatest characters, one of his greatest moral questions and […]

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September News Bits 1: Location Map, Sleeper House, The Deer Hunter, Twilight, Mugs, Biscuits, Knitting, Katie Holmes, Michael Pena, Groucho Marx, Bacon Number

News Bits from around the web. Usually monthly but with so much going on, we had to do two this month! Great film magazine Empire compiled a location map of Woody Allen films. That idea sounds familiar. And they’ve forgotten poor Sleeper. Click on the image above to embiggen! The Denver Eye wrote a great […]

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2013 Woody Allen Film Begins Shooting In NYC

Woody Allen has wrapped the San Francisco filming of his next film last month. This week he moved production to New York City, in particular his old haunt of the Upper East Side, as reported by Gothamist. Pics have started to appear on Twitter for the NYC shoot. Many of the announced cast did not […]

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