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    INTERVIEW: James Gray talks ‘The Immigrant’ and his Next Film

    One thing becomes very apparent when you talk to filmmaker James Gray…the man is willing to talk about pretty much anything. Even when it comes to the distribution of his films (which have sadly resulted in most of them underperforming at the box office), Gray is open and honest. That makes for a great interview, […] More

  • INTERVIEW: Graham Moore talks ‘The Imitation Game’

    Last week, right after he won the Writers Guild of America prize for Best Adapted Screenplay, Graham Moore took some time out of his day to get on the phone with me and have a chat about bringing the story of mathematician Alan Turing to the screen with The Imitation Game. The interview was a […] More

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    Gravitas Ventures picks up VOD rights to John Wildman’s ‘The Ladies of the House’

    Here’s the exciting press release: Gravitas Ventures announced today that the company is acquiring North American rights to John Stuart Wildman’s THE LADIES OF THE HOUSE to be released in April/May on VOD. Featuring a screenplay by Justina Walford and Wildman, the film stars Farah White, Melodie Sisk, Brina Palencia, Samrat Chakrabarti, and Michelle “Belladonna” […] More

  • Oscar-Nominee Julianne Moore, Kristen Stewart, and More talk ‘Still Alice’

    Last week (the day of the DGA nominations announcement, actually), I was invited to participate in the Press Day for the now Academy Award nominated film Still Alice. In attendance were stars Kate Bosworth, Julianne Moore (who obviously received the Oscar nomination and is the frontrunner to win in Best Actress), Kristen Stewart, and co-writer/director […] More

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    Interview: Bill Irwin talks TARS and ‘Interstellar’

    A few years ago, I really banged the drum to try and get Bill Irwin a Best Supporting Actor nomination for his part in Rachel Getting Married. It obviously didn’t happen, but Irwin had officially captured my attention. Fast forward to a few months ago when I first saw Interstellar and I was delighted to […] More

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    Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac talk ‘A Most Violent Year’

    Anyone who’s seen the film A Most Violent Year can attest to how strong of a pair Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac make. During the Press Day for J.C. Chandor‘s film, I was a part of a roundtable interview with Chastain and Isaac. They touched on their time in school together, working on the movie, […] More

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    ‘Whiplash’ Listed as Adapted on AMPAS ballots

    Some very interesting and potentially nomination shaking news to share with you all. Late last night, I came across a few tweets from Mark Harris about Damien Chazelle‘s Whiplash. Apparently, despite Sony Pictures Classics campaigning the script for a Best Original Screenplay nomination, it’s officially listed in the Best Adapted Screenplay category. This is obviously […] More

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    Film Review #2: Two Days, One Night (★★★½)

    Sometimes an initially simple seeming story can be just chock full of deeper meaning. That sort of quiet power is seen (as well as felt) all throughout Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne‘s latest film Two Days, One Night. When I first saw the movie at the New York Film Festival a few months ago, I […] More

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