Back to my favorite gimmick: imagined double features!
And now, for some more double features:
There are almost too many great movies in theaters right now; it’s hard to keep up!
Would you like some programming advice for your home-viewing pleasure, and perhaps some thematic queries to consider along the way?
Pair McCabe & Mrs. Miller with 3 Women for a Robert Altman double-feature of titles that center characters who would otherwise be considered mere supporting players.
In the Aisles = my favorite Bruce Springsteen song of 2019 (now I understand why Germany loves him so much!).
The third update to this list in May; needless to specify, it’s been a good month for music!
=As a newcomer to the #FreelanceLyfe, I’ve been revisiting some movies and shows from earlier this year trying to detect trends that would make for juicy pitches in the eyes of omnipotent editors.
The Academy Awards are a hot topic right now leading up to Sunday, but very few talk about…THE SHORTS!!! Most people don’t know that the nominated Live Action (good), Animated (better), and Documentary (best) short films are currently playing in movie theaters near many of you (if not, they’re also online and on demand, but …
The Sparknotes version of the essential background information that you need to understand my impending temper tantrum: one of the best off-Broadway, nonprofit theatre companies – Second Stage (2ST) – recently upped their digs to the Great White Way by buying the Helen Hayes Theatre, the smallest on Broadway and thus perfectly suited for plays …