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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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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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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WONDER WHEEL Opening Weekend Box Office

Wonder Wheel, the latest film written and directed by Woody Allen, is out now in select theatres. We have a box office report for the new film. As usual, Box Office Mojo is the best industry source. Wonder Wheel has earned $140,555 in five theatres. The PTA (per theatre average) was $28,111. This puts it […]

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New WONDER WHEEL Story + Distribution Details

Wonder Wheel is the upcoming film written and directed by Woody Allen. Distributed by the ever evolving Amazon, new details emerged today about both the story and how the film will be released. Variety had the scoop. Variety, an industry rag, focusses on the new Amazon distribution model. Previously the tech giant relied on exiting […]

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March News Bits: Judy Davis, Tony Roberts, Samantha Morton, Richard Curtis, Fabio Armiliato, Mort Sahl, Rachel Bloom and More

News Bits! Our round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. This is the 101st edition! Judy Davis has returned to Australia to direct Faith Healer for the Melbourne Theatre Company. In a new interview with ABC, she spoke about her role in Allen’s Husbands And Wives, and how she was embarrassed by […]

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