Woody Allen Fan Rankings 2017 Results! This is part 3, and you can find part 1 here and part 2 here. Here’s the pointy end – the top 10! 10. Zelig (1983, 385 points) It may be Allen’s shortest film, but there’s plenty to love. In fact, it was overwhelming loves (28%), bests (23%) and likes […]
After a rush of books last year around Allen’s 80th birthday, there seems to be a slow down this year. Breaking the glut is a new ebook by Chris Wade, who has written books on subjects as diverse as The Kinks to Sharon Stone. Chris’s new book is called WOODY ALLEN ON SCREEN, and it […]
5 Films (And A TV Show)… A series where we recommend films referenced, inspired, influenced or generally like a certain Woody Allen film, from his first to his latest. All picks are subjective – let the arguments begin! Allen pays homage to Hitchcock and a rich cinematic history with Manhattan Murder Mystery. There’s no shortage […]
News Bits! Our round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. This is the 100th edition! Holy crap. We’ve been doing this a long time! Irwin Corey has passed away. The world’s oldest comedian, and commonly known as “the world’s foremost authority” since the late 40s, and a hugely loved stand-up. He dabbled in […]
Woody Allen is usually not one to look back, but it seems he is making an exception when it comes to 4K. The new super high definition format is probably great for a director who has been famously picky about how his films are presented. Following the premiere of the new 4K print of Annie […]
We always love when They Shoot Pictures Don’t They unveil their latest Top 1000 films list. Compiled every year from many reputed sources, they collect various greatest film lists into THE greatest films list. It’s a great resource, and there’s always more films to add to your watch list once you go through it. Here […]
Blue Jasmine saw Allen return to America after another stint abroad, but he surprised his audience by not returning to New York – at least not fully. Allen announced that the film would be made in San Francisco, where he made his very first film Take The Money And Run (1969). Although some scenes would […]
Woody Allen’s masterpiece Annie Hall turns 40 this year, and despite Allen’s reluctance to look back, we were expecting some way to commemorate. Looks like the first will be the Berlin Film Festival, who will be premiering a digitally restored version of the 1977 film. The not much details on the digital restoration, but it […]
Diane Keaton was born on 5th January 1946. She appeared in Sleeper, Love And Death, Annie Hall, Interiors, Manhattan, Radio Days and Manhattan Murder Mystery. She also appeared in Men Of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story and Play It Again, Sam.
Like the rest of the planet, we are so sad to hear about the death of Carrie Fisher. She suffered a heart attack days ago, and was in hospital ever since. There are a million tributes on the internet, and they don’t seem to be enough to capture how much we all loved her. There’s […]
Woody Allen was born on 1st December 1935.
News Bits! Our round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. This is the 97th edition! Fern Buchner has passed away. She was a make-up artists who worked on great films such as All The President’s Men, Wall Street, Parenthood and more. Buchner worked on make-up for 18 films, just about every one […]
Jeff Goldblum was born on 22nd October 1952. He appeared in Annie Hall.
Tony Roberts was born 22nd October 1977. He appeared in Annie Hall, Stardust Memories, A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy, Hannah And Her Sisters and Radio Days. He also appeared in Play It Again, Sam and Sounds From A Town I Love.
The first Woody Allen Blu-Ray box set ever has been released in the UK. Called Six Films: 1971-1978, it covers six early Allen films, and the first of three box sets from Arrow Films. The set is available now on Amazon UK. It features: Bananas (1971) Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But […]
News Bits! Our round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. This is the 95th edition! Inbetween the premiere of his latest film, Café Society, in major European countries, the production of a new 2017 film and the launch of his first series Crisis In Six Scenes, this has been one of the […]
Two classic Woody Allen titles are finally out in the UK. It’s the first time either film have been available in high definition in Blu-Ray region B. Although, there may be a good reason to pick them up just yet. The two titles are Bananas from 1971 and Everything You Always Wanted To Know About […]
Woody Allen’s 2017 film is a week into production. The last couple of days has seen production move off the beach, to a park in Brooklyn. We finally see Justin Timberlake in a second outfit, and more of Kate Winslet. The Daily Mail reports that production moved to a Brooklyn Park although no further location […]
Regular visitors of the site will know that we have started our first web video series – “10 Things About…”. We’re going through all 46 (to date) Woody Allen films, from Take The Money And Run to Café Society, and we’ll probably have to tackle the 2017 film by the time we get there. We’ve […]
5 Films (And A TV Show)… A series where we recommend films referenced, inspired, influenced or generally like a certain Woody Allen film, from his first to his latest. All picks are subjective – let the arguments begin! Radio Days is one of our personal favourite Woody Allen films. It’s a pleasure from start to […]