Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Resources for December 28, 2016

Boone, Christopher. "The Ten Most Inventive Original Screenplays of 2016." No Film School (December 26, 2016)

Carradine, Robert, et al. "Massacre at Central High." The Projection Booth #285 (August 23, 2016) ["Rene Daalder's Massacre at Central High is the story of David (Derrel Maury), a new kid at school, who falls in with his old friend Mark (Andrew Stevens), where he finds that the so-called cool kids are running the school with an iron fist. Mark is seemingly the level-headed one amongst the quartet of bullies who intimidate everyone else. As Spoony says, the scene around here is a real bummer. The episode includes interviews with Derrel Maury, Robert Carradine, Andrew Stevens, Rex Sikes, and Jeffrey Winner. Doug Tilley and Heather Drain join Mike to discuss this fascinating take on Lord of the Flies."]

Ehrlich, David. "20th Century Women Review: Annette Bening, Greta Gerwig, and Elle Fanning Star In Mike Mills’ Best Film." IndieWire (October 7, 2016)

Hilderbrand, Lucas.  "On the Matter of Blackness in Under the Skin." Jump Cut #57 (Fall 2016)

Koski, Genevieve, et al. "Pete's Dragon / The Black Stallion Pt. 1." The Next Picture Show #41 (August 23, 2016)  ["The director of the new Disney live-action remake PETE’S DRAGON, David Lowery, recently cited as inspiration Carroll Ballard’s 1979 film THE BLACK STALLION, noting the older film’s careful merging of art and the mainstream. Following Lowery’s example, we look back this week at THE BLACK STALLION’s wondrous beauty and split structure, and try to ascertain what makes the film unique among films aimed at children."]

---. "Pete's Dragon / The Black Stallion, Pt. 2." The Next Picture Show #42 (August 25, 2016) ["Continuing the legacy of Carroll Ballard's THE BLACK STALLION, David Lowery's new Disney live-action remake of PETE'S DRAGON treats kids' films, kid audiences, and the emotional lives of children with respect and intelligence. In this half of the discussion, we talk over the two films' use of stories within stories, cinematography, child actors, and our relationship with animals and the natural world"]

López, Cristina Álvarez and Adrian Martin. "Screen and Surface, Soft and Hard: The Cinema of Leos Carax." Transit (March 2013)

Macfarlane, Steve and David M. Mullen. "The Love Witch." American Cinemtographer #74 (2016) ["Cinematographer M. David Mullen, ASC speaks with journalist Steve Macfarlane to discuss his work in The Love Witch, a stylish feminist homage to 1950s horror films."]

López, Cristina Álvarez and Adrian Martin. "Screen and Surface, Soft and Hard: The Cinema of Leos Carax." Transit (March 2013)

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