Monday, October 24, 2016

Resources for October 24, 2016

Buder, Emily. "Moonlight: Barry Jenkins on Why the Exquisite Film Nearly Killed Him." No Film School (October 10, 2016)

Christensen, Eric, et al. "Korla." The Projection Booth (July 17, 2016) ["Incredibly skilled at the keyboard, Korla Pandit came into the houses of California housewives during the '50s with his hypnotic stare and tunes. The documentary film Korla tells the story of Pandit's life and the secret with which he lived for years. Special guests director John Turner and producer Eric Christensen talk about making the documentary. Rob St. Mary joins Mike to discuss the film, exotica music, and more."]

Cowan, Katy. "Shop Cats: Photographer captures charming felines living in Hong Kong's shops." Creative Boom (October 12, 2016)

Dahl, Nel. "The Handmaiden by Gaslight: Park Chan-wook’s gothic female-vengeance drama owes a debt to George Cukor." Keyframe (October 19, 2016)

Devens, Arik and Krista Mrgan. "An Autumn Afternoon." Cinema Gadfly #23 (July 18, 2016)

Kalven, Jamie and Shannon Spalding. "Chicago Cops Who Broke 'Code of Silence' to Report Police Drug Gang Face Deadly Retaliation." Democracy Now (October 21, 2016)

Kingra, Ravinder. "The Greatest of All Food Films: That Would be Tampopo." Keyframe (October 20, 2016)

Koresky, Michael, Violet Lucca and Farran Smith Nehme. "Merchant Ivory and Howard's End." Film Comment (July 19, 2016) ["Though associated with heritage films set in Britain’s imperial past, producer Ismail Merchant, director James Ivory, and screenwriter Ruth Prawer Jhabvala have collaborated on a variety of masterfully constructed literary adaptations since the early 1960s. Perhaps the pinnacle of their collaboration is Howards End, their 1992 film based on the E. M. Forster novel about class and inheritance set in Edwardian England."]

Sarmiento, José. "Zombie’s World: Rob Zombie takes real pleasure in his craft. Can we?" Keyframe (October 19, 2016)

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