Café Society Premiere Red Carpet Photos

Café Society has screened at the 69th Cannes Film Festival – it was the prestigious opening night film. There was a red carpet gala featuring Allen and many of the film’s stars, as well as plenty of other guests arriving for the festival. Flanking Allen are Jesse Eisenberg, Blake Lively, Kristen Stewart and Corey Stoll. […]

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Aug News Bits 2: Wes Craven, Jeff Goldblum, Mistress America, She’s Funny That Way and more

News Bits! Our twice monthly round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. Wes Craven has died. The director has been credited for reinventing horror several times. But he was mainstream horror – from ‘Nightmare On Elm Street‘ and ‘Scream‘. BBC has an obit. We can’t find any record of Allen and Craven […]

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Legendary Cinematographer Vittorio Storaro Joins Woody Allen’s 2016 Film

Details continue to emerge about the upcoming 2016 film to be written and directed by Woody Allen. New listings on IMDB have now revealed several of the crew including the addition of Vittorio Storaro as cinematographer (above). Storaro is an Italian cinematographer who has photographed some of cinema’s greatest works including ‘Apocalypse Now‘, ‘The Last […]

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2012 Round Up: Blu-Ray Releases – Midnight In Paris, To Rome With Love, A Documentary, Annie Hall, Manhattan, New York Stories, Casino Royale

2012 proved to be a significant year for Woody Allen on Blu-Ray. It saw the first major release of Woody Allen’s catalogue on Blu-Ray, starting with his two biggest films – Annie Hall and Manhattan. Midnight In Paris   Once again sneaking out at the end of December 2011, ‘Midnight In Paris‘ was widely made […]

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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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