All posts tagged "Quad Cinema"
How to Be Both: Antonio Banderas Gets a Long Overdue Retrospective Courtesy of New York’s Quad CinemaSeptember 19, 2019
“Is there something more horrible than that? The selfie?” Antonio Banderas asks cheekily, a little tired,...
Crossing the Line
The Man in Bergman: A New German Cinema Pioneer’s Search for the Heart and Soul of Ingmar Bergman’s LegacyNovember 1, 2018
In the early 1960s, I went to Paris and had no thoughts of cinema at all....
The Great Bogdanovich: The Moviemaker’s Varied Film Career Has Always Celebrated His IdolsSeptember 28, 2018
Peter Bogdanovich has enjoyed a remarkably balanced career as both a film historian and acclaimed moviemaker....
From Argento to Leone: Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani Dissect the Genre Influences of Let the Corpses TanAugust 28, 2018
As Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani continue to refine the giallo-inflected post-modern aesthetic they first explored in...
Getting With the Program: Quad Cinema Is the Latest Addition to a Growing Wave of NYC Indie Arthouse ExhibitionApril 17, 2017
“The economics of an arthouse cinema are not kind, I’ll admit,” says C. Mason Wells, Director...
The Actor’s Actor: Giancarlo Giannini on Chaplin, Loren and Being Muse to the Great Lina WertmüllerApril 10, 2017
April sees the opening of Cohen Media’s restored Quad Cinema in New York City, first opened...