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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David Ogden Stiers 1942-2018

David Ogden Stiers has passed away. LA Times and many others have obituaries. Stiers will be best remembered for his star turn in the TV version of MASH, his memorable voice roles and many film roles. He was a keen musician and we especially loved him in Star Trek. He appeared in five Woody Allen […]

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May News Bits: Daliah Lavi, Lawrence Silk, Marion Cotillard, Demetri Martin, John Turturro, Hank Azaria and more

News Bits! Our round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. This is the 102nd edition! We are catching up on two months this time. We’ve been enjoying some down time, but don’t worry, we plan to ramp up again very soon. Daliah Lavi has passed away. The swinging 60s bombshell starred in a number […]

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Interiors US Blu-Ray released February

Twilight Time continues their release of Woody Allen’s early films on Blu-Ray in 2017 with Interiors. The first dramatic film by Woody Allen comes to high definition on 14th February 2017. Twilight Time have been releasing Allen’s early films on Blu-Ray sporadically for the last several years. Each title is limited to just 3000 copies. […]

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