Maybe being quarantined for so long has taken its toll, but Hollywood satisfies well enough as a vibrant escape to glamorous parties filled with scheming executives and hot-to-trot actors on the make.
Play The Way You Feel is the best volume around on the uneasy relationship between film and jazz.
The Coen brothers, Joel and Ethan, provide an on-target parody in Hail, Caesar!, their funny period comedy set in ’50s Hollywood.
The cinematic contrast between America and Latin America was on tragic view at the Maine International Film Festival on Saturday.
Looked at on his own terms Thomas Hart Benton is an American Master and deserves to be reconsidered.
Benton’s art looks very much of its time, especially this selection of work that relates to cinema. Don’t let that fool you.
This kind of faux-inspirational drivel has Hollywood privilege written all over it.
Boston’s MFA should be congratulated for screening these Technicolor musicals in way that does wondrous justice to their eye-popping colors.
The Tanglewood team of Morgan Freeman, Gil Shaham, and John Williams served up an evening of memorable performances of music from the movies.
Reviewed by Ron Barnell The celebration of composer John Williams’s 30 year association with the Boston Pops Orchestra was brought to a gala conclusion on August 14th with the orchestra’s annual Tanglewood Film Festival night. Devoted to the performance of select film scores, with accompanying movie clips displayed on large projection screens, the concert presents […]