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Euzhan Palcy on Sugar Cane Alley

For Euzhan Palcy, making Sugar Cane Alley was “hell. Nobody wanted to touch it. Nobody was interested… it was Black, a period piece directed by an unknown and Black female director. And the movie nobody wanted to touch got 5 awards in Venice Film Festival.”

A note on ReOrchestrated by Dan Smith

We always felt there was a potentially interesting story to tell with ReOrchestrated. Not out of a sense of jumped up self-importance, but just because we were so excited to have pulled off these massive, collaborative gigs with all these incredible classical and gospel musicians, despite having been told it was a weird and unnecessary thing to do at almost every turn. 

Chloé Zhao Makes Golden Globes History as Second Woman to Win Best Director Prize

Chloé Zhao won the Golden Globe for Best Director, a history-making victory as she is now just the second woman to win the category in the Globes’ 78-year history. The first and previously only woman to win Best Director at the Globes was Barbra Streisand for “Yentl.” Zhao was awarded Best Director for her work on “Nomadland,” which also won her the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. Zhao’s fellow nominees in 2021 were David Fincher (“Mank”), Regina King…

What We're Watching: February 27, 2021

► Arnie: "Revisited what I remembered as a terrible movie, My Demon Lover (1987), starring Scott Valentine from Family Ties. It seems like a lost movie, never released Blu-Ray, never widely available on DVD, and no one but me ever talks about it. Not only was that movie bad in the 80s, but it has also aged terribly as our 'hero' is a homeless man who accosts and molests random women on the streets of New York. But the act works, as he harasses one…

Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, and the bittersweet joys of puttin’ on a show

No one knew it at the time, but Summer Stock marked the end of an era for Judy Garland. The 1950 musical comedy was the last film Garland made for MGM, the studio that had defined her career since her breakout as a 15-year-old singing to a photo of Clark Gable in Broadway Melody Of 1938. In the studio-driven days of classic Hollywood, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer branded itself as the home for stars and musicals. And from the late 1930s through the late 1940s, Garland was one of the…

A Hard Stare at Paddington 3

Studiocanal representatives have confirmed that a new Paddington film is in the works (”active development” is the term, as reported by Variety). To say we’re tickled the brightest shade of shrimp is an understatement. Michael Bond’s bear has a firm place in Letterboxd hearts: Paddington 2 was the second highest rated action/adventure film and third highest rated comedy of the 2010s.

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