Episode 1 – Crimes And Misdemeanors (1989)

Crimes And Misdemeanors is the 18th film written and directed by Woody Allen, first released in 1989. It’s two stories in one. The first is the trials of Judah, an eye doctor whose mistress is threatening to destroy his life, and the terrible choices he makes. The second is the trials of Cliff, whose search […]

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Feb-Apr News bits: Festival de Curtas de Verín, Sharon Stone, Mariel Hemingway, Conal Fowkes, PopSpotsNYC, Pointless And More

News bits. Our irregular wrap up of Woody Allen internet bits. There was a lot this month. This the 108th edition. Festival de Curtas de Verín is a short film festival held in the Spanish town of Verin. The festival have unveiled a new poster, and this year they are paying tribute to Woody Allen’s […]

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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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