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    Martin Scorsese to Team With Paul Schrader on ‘The Card Counter’

    Academy Award winner Martin Scorsese is set to collaborate with Academy Award nominee Paul Schrader once again, as reported by Deadline. Schrader will direct the revenge thriller “The Card Counter” while Scorsese, coming off his Oscar nominations for “The Irishman,” is set to executive produce. This will mark the fifth time the pair have worked […] More

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    Oscar Isaac to Star in Paul Schrader’s Next Film ‘The Card Counter’

    Golden Globe winner Oscar Isaac is in talks to star in Paul Shrader‘s next feature film, a revenge thriller titled “The Card Counter.”  According to a Variety exclusive, Isaac boards the Schrader project after post production on Dennis Villeneuve’s “Dune” and Brian Petsos’ “Big Gold Brick.” Isaac was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2014 […] More

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    Historical Circuit: Martin Scorsese’s ‘Taxi Driver’ is Still Talking to Us 43 Years Later

    TITLE OF FILM: “Taxi Driver” FILM YEAR: 1976 DIRECTOR: Martin Scorsese WRITER: Paul Schrader STARRING: Robert De Niro, Cybill Shepard, Jodie Foster, Peter Boyle, Harvey Keitel, Albert Brooks SYNOPSIS: In “Taxi Driver,” Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro), is a loner, ex-marine working in New York City. Never turning anyone away from his cab, he spends […] More

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    NBR Analysis: Best Picture Race is ‘Green Book’ vs. ‘A Star is Born’ – Cooper’s Film Made NBR History Today

    The National Board of Review announced their winners today and offered up some direction to the awards season race, just a day after the Gotham Awards weighed in on Monday. Here are some highlights, tidbits, and thoughts on the winners: Universal Pictures’ “Green Book” got a huge boost today after performing sub-standard at the box […] More

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    NYFF Film Review: Ethan Hawke Ponders Big Questions in ‘First Reformed’

    2017 New York Film Festival: Filmmaker Paul Schrader has always had a lot on his mind when making movies. Whether writing “Taxi Driver” or even any of his more recent and lesser regarded directorial endeavors, he never makes it easy on his audience. Never has that been clearer than in “First Reformed,” Schrader’s latest outing. […] More