Saturday, May 26, 2018

Dialogic Cinephilia - May 26, 2018

Biller, Anna. "Let's Stop Calling Movies Feminist." Anna's Blog (February 5, 2018)

"Eliza Hittman (Beach Rats) Talks with Lynne Ramsay (You Were Never Really Here)." Talkhouse (April 12, 2018) ["Eliza Hittman – the writer-director of It Felt Like Love and Beach Rats – chats with one of the great living filmmakers (and one of Hittman’s personal heroes), Scottish writer-director Lynne Ramsay. The two talk about Ramsay’s latest film, You Were Never Really Here starring Joaquin Phoenix, which is in theaters now, touching on such topics as the adaptation process, tackling violent subject matter, making a thriller for the first time, staying open to new ideas during all phases of the creative process, balancing life and work, and much more besides. "]

Greven, David. "Unlovely Spectacle: D.A. Miller on Call Me By Your Name." Film International (March 13, 2018)

"Guillermo del Toro (The Shape of Water) Talks with William Friedkin (The Devil and Father Amorth), Part 1." Talkhouse (April 17, 2018) ["In the first part of their enthralling two-part conversation for the Talkhouse Podcast, the pair discuss winning big at the Oscars, surviving award season, how to stay a scrapper despite success, del Toro’s apprenticeship under makeup legend Dick Smith, the remarkable story of Friedkin and the Pazuzu statue in The Exorcist, the plagiarism controversy surrounding The Shape of Water, and much more."]

"Guillermo del Toro (The Shape of Water) Talks with William Friedkin (The Devil and Father Amorth), Part 2." Talkhouse (April 19, 2018) ["Here, the longtime friends discuss the genesis of and remarkable stories surrounding Friedkin’s compelling new documentary about the Vatican’s exorcist,The Devil and Father Amorth. In the process, they tackle some of the most substantial topics imaginable, including: Christ, Hitler, religion, evil, reason vs. emotion, empathy vs. fear, free will, the impending apocalypse — and how filmmakers can make a difference in a world on the brink."]

Hobbs, Thomas. "Beats, Rhymes and Cinema: Menace II Society." Talkhouse (April 7, 2018) ["Screenwriter Tyger Williams reflects on the legacy of the Hughes Brothers’ controversial crime saga, which turns 25 this year."]

Jeremy Scahill: Investigative Journalist/Editor Dialogic Cinephilia (Ongoing Archive)

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