Magic In The Moonlight Ad In New York Times

In a clear sign that Magic In The Moonlight has definitely not been forgotten about, an ad ran in the weekend New York Times. The ad features, typically, almost no additional details – but we do find out a little about the crew. We have a couple of pics from social media: .@sonyclassics marketing goes […]

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Apr News Bits 1: Richard Brick, William Friedkin, Stanley Kubrick, Lewis Black, Dostoevsky, Derek Jeter and more

News bits – our twice monthly round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. Richard Brick has passed away, aged 68. He was an official of the Director’s Guild of America and a former New York film Comissioner. In his time, he also served as producer on three Woody Allen films – Deconstructing […]

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Jun News Bits 2: James Gandolfini, Orson Welles, The 222s, Kenneth Branagh, Greta Gerwig, Julie Delpy and more

Our twice monthly round up of Woody Allen bits around the web. We were sad to hear of the passing of James Gandolfini this month. We loved him in ‘The Sopranos‘ and dozens of film roles. Amongst our faves – his starring role in John Turturro‘s ‘Romance And Cigarettes‘, his vulnerable voice performance in Spike […]

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Jan News Bits 1: Diane Keaton, Al Pacino, Knicks, Fabio Armiliato, Martha Greenhouse, The Daily Show, The Harvey Wallinger Story, Blue Jasmine and more

Our twice monthly round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. We are talking Diane Keaton’s birthday, Woody Allen’s hat, Dr Feigen’s passing, Fabio’s praise for Woody and much more.   It was the beautiful Diane Keaton‘s birthday on 5th January. She turned 67. What About Bobbed had the best tribute we saw, […]

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Dec New Bits 2: Huddersfield, Carlyle Hotel, Gallery 1988, Tattoo, Manhattan Locations and more

Our twice monthly round-up of Woody Allen stuff from around the web. It’s a quiet period, with Christmas and New Years, but here’s what we’ve got. Quite an excellent video from the University of Huddersfield. It’s the opening scene of Manhattan, but about their town. It’s beautifully shot and lovingly done, with a nicely modern […]

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