‘Woody Allen Film By Film‘ is a fantastic new book from UK film critic Jason Solomons. It is a comprehensive look at Allen’s film career – spanning all the films he wrote and directed, and taking us all the way up to date to this year’s Irrational Man. Solomons was one of the first people on […]
News Bits! Our twice monthly round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. The Cannes Film Festival just started, and Woody Allen is expected to appear with his new film Irrational Man being screened out of competition. The Hollywood Reporter spoke to Mariel Hemingway about her first time at Cannes, which was also […]
Feb News Bits 2: Philip Glass, Mayim Bialik, House Of Cards, Princeton, Jack Rollins, Quiz Up, Smirnoff, Famous Directors, Wallace Shawn and more
News bits. Our twice monthly round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. Legendary composer Philip Glass are one of the very few people who have created an original score for a Woody Allen film. Famous for his use of jazz, Glass was comissioned to write the score for Cassandra’s Dream. In a […]
Play It Again, Sam is the most Woody Allen film that he did not direct. It is perhaps the only must-watch of what we call Allen’s ‘other films‘, as he is the star and he wrote both the film (and the stage play before it). A tender story of (then) modern love, it was Allen’s […]
October News Bits 2: Owen Wilson, Léa Seydoux, Andrew Dice Clay, Donald Trump, Films Within Films, Original Titles, Predator, Expendables and more.
Klyde Warren Park opened last weekend in Dallas. The new 5.2-acre, $100 million park is hoped to be the new Dallas town square. The Sunday night event was a screening of Midnight In Paris, hosted by Dallas native Owen Wilson. During the introduction, Wilson spoke about his experience on the film. The surprise is that […]