All posts tagged "The 400 Blows"
The Glory of Blaze: Ethan Hawke on His Restless Spirit, Coming Full Circle and His New Country Music MovieSeptember 14, 2018
Cool, cocky and complex, Ethan Hawke sits down with me at a breakfast table in the...
We the Animals Director Jeremiah Zagar Discovered His First Narrative Feature in a Bookstore and Shot it on 16mmAugust 23, 2018
Walking through SoHo’s McNally Jackson bookstore back in 2012, director Jeremiah Zagar came across a novel...
Blow by Blow: How Francois Truffaut and His New Wave Contemporaries Deconstructed FilmmakingFebruary 6, 2018
As one of the founding fathers of the French New Wave, Francois Truffaut used cinema to...
Criterion Crash Course
Criterion Crash Course: Moviemaking Lessons From Criterion’s Ghost WorldJuly 14, 2017
Whether you’re a moviemaker, critic or devoted film collector, lovers of cinema can all agree: A...
Unsung Film Heroes: Daniel Raim’s Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story Shines a Light on Two Cinematic ArtistsMay 31, 2017
Harold and Lillian Michelson are two unrecognized pillars of the American film industry whose contributions to...
No Risk of Cliché: The Unorthodox Methods of Director Albert Serra Pay Off in The Death of Louis XIVApril 5, 2017
The contrast between absolute power and total impotence is the thematic core of Albert Serra’s latest...
The French New Wave Revisited: Today’s Moviemakers Reflect on the Old Guard of InnovatorsJuly 3, 2002
Some 40-plus years ago a gifted band of moviemakers—celebrated the world over as the French ‘New...