Shadows And Fog Blu-ray Out Now

Shadows And Fog is the newest Woody Allen film to hit Blu-Ray. The release comes from Twilight Time who have been releasing Allen films on limited edition Blu-Rays for the last couple of years. Like all their releases, ‘Shadows And Fog‘ is limited to 3000 copies. ‘Shadows And Fog‘ was first released in 1991. At […]

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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 […]

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Mar News Bits 2: Wallace Shawn, Freida Pinto, Sam Mendes, Anthony Perkins, Adam Leon, Picking Up the Pieces, The Matrix and more

Our twice monthly round up of Woody Allen news bits from around the web. Wallace Shawn has appeared in over 150 films, and his latest is ‘Admission‘ with Tina Fey. He has also appeared in many of Allen’s films, but none more famous than in Manhattan, where he made a cameo as Diane Keaton‘s ex […]

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“A Deftly Flawless Work”: Radio Days – The Woody Allen Pages Review

Radio Days marks the culmination of everything Woody Allen had done to that point. Featuring plenty of Allen’s past cast, and mixes European feel, directing flair, old time entertainment, the documentary form and something very American into a great film. Woody Allen narrates an almost biographical story, about a child who grows up in the […]

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‘Woody Allen’s Most Beautiful Film’: Manhattan – The Woody Allen Pages Review

Manhattan is Woody Allen’s most beautiful film. Beautiful in many ways. The stunning black and white photography. The lush and gorgeous score. And, of course, the set. The island of Manhattan, from bookshops to skylines. In the middle of all this, Allen plops some of his greatest characters, one of his greatest moral questions and […]

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