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      David Crosby Answers Your Questions About Heroin, Monogamy, Weed and Forgiveness

      David Crosby Answers Your Questions About Heroin, Monogamy, Weed and Forgiveness
      David Crosby has answered many tricky questions this past year in his new role as Rolling Stone’s advice columnist, but in this new round he put to the test like never before with queries about forgiving a heroin-addicted son, learning how to love just one woman, kicking hard drugs and living as a hippie in America circa 2019. As always, he didn’t see a single one of the questions before going in from the camera and he didn’t flinch at any of them.

      Crosby has managed to fit
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      “Just Keep Asking”: True Crime Filmmakers Talk About Pushing A Classic Genre In New And More Ethical Directions At Ifp Week 2019

      True crime has been having a moment, as they say, for a while now. In a way it’s never not been having a moment, but the genre has rapidly evolved in the digital age, when more information is available to more people, when conspiracy theorists run wild on Reddit and 4chan, and when there’s simply more content being produced. All this means not only more crime content, but also shows and movies that are more thoughtful, more creative, and even more conscious of ethical or moral quandaries that may crop up in the process of covering true crimes. The panel […]
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      “Just Keep Asking”: True Crime Filmmakers Talk About Pushing A Classic Genre In New And More Ethical Directions At Ifp Week 2019

      True crime has been having a moment, as they say, for a while now. In a way it’s never not been having a moment, but the genre has rapidly evolved in the digital age, when more information is available to more people, when conspiracy theorists run wild on Reddit and 4chan, and when there’s simply more content being produced. All this means not only more crime content, but also shows and movies that are more thoughtful, more creative, and even more conscious of ethical or moral quandaries that may crop up in the process of covering true crimes. The panel […]
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      “Technology Has Come A Long Way”: Todd Douglas Miller And E. Chai Vasarhelyi On Going Big With Apollo 11 And Free Solo At Ifp Week 2019

      Documentaries have been making bank at the box office the last couple years, which is heartening for anyone worried the blockbusters are the only game in town. Still, you don’t necessarily have to see small, intimate fare like Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, Rbg and Three Identical Strangers on a giant screen. You can’t say the same about Free Solo and Apollo 11. One finds cutting-edge cameras hanging alongside mountain climber Alex Honnold; the other unearths 65mm footage of the eponymous spaceflight. Both played IMAX theaters, and they were an even better fit on the world’s biggest screens than the […]
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      “Technology Has Come A Long Way”: Todd Douglas Miller And E. Chai Vasarhelyi On Going Big With Apollo 11 And Free Solo At Ifp Week 2019

      Documentaries have been making bank at the box office the last couple years, which is heartening for anyone worried the blockbusters are the only game in town. Still, you don’t necessarily have to see small, intimate fare like Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, Rbg and Three Identical Strangers on a giant screen. You can’t say the same about Free Solo and Apollo 11. One finds cutting-edge cameras hanging alongside mountain climber Alex Honnold; the other unearths 65mm footage of the eponymous spaceflight. Both played IMAX theaters, and they were an even better fit on the world’s biggest screens than the […]
      See full article at Filmmaker Magazine_Director Interviews »

      ‘The Terror: Infamy’ Costume Designer Reveals the Secrets Hidden in the Ghost’s Kimonos

      ‘The Terror: Infamy’ Costume Designer Reveals the Secrets Hidden in the Ghost’s Kimonos
      [Editor’s Note: The following article contains spoilers for “The Terror: Infamy” Episode 6, “Taizo.”]

      Monday’s episode of “The Terror: Infamy” finally tells the backstory of the ghost known as Yuko (Kiki Sukezane), who has been haunting Chester (Derek Mio), his friends, and his family during WWII. It turns out that in 1919, Yuko traveled to Terminal Island for an arranged marriage to Hideo Furuya (Eiji Inoue), but when she reveals she’s already pregnant by another man, he casts her out. Unable to care for her baby boy properly, she gives Taizo — now the grown-up Chester — away and kills herself by leaping off a bridge. The tragic circumstances surrounding her death creates an onnen, or a wild hunger, in her as she becomes the unsatisfied spirit known as the yurei.

      While Yuko’s origin story explains why she’s been sticking around after her death, hints of her state of mind have been present from the start… in her clothing. Costume designer J.R. Hawbaker
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      A Visual Tour of Ryan Murphy’s Upcoming Projects

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      A Visual Tour of Ryan Murphy’s Upcoming Projects
      Ryan Murphy is one of the busiest men in Hollywood. The screenwriter and director behind hits such as “Glee” and FX’s “American Horror Story” is working on a multitude of film and television projects, including his first Netflix original series, “The Politician,” which debuts September 27. Murphy is also one of the industry’s most financially successful individuals, as he inked a nine-figure deal to produce content for Netflix last year.

      Murphy is working on a dizzying array of projects, ranging from television series to films and documentaries. Here’s a look at what’s in Murphy’s pipeline:

      More from IndieWireDarren Criss and Ryan Murphy Will Team Again for New Netflix Series, Vaguely Titled 'Hollywood'Ryan Murphy Says FX's 'Pose' Will Do a Time Jump This SeasonRyan Murphy's 'Prom' Musical to Be Major Netflix Oscar Player With Streep, Kidman, and More
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      Tarantino Offered Michael Madsen ‘Pulp Fiction’ and He Doesn’t Regret Turning It Down

      Tarantino Offered Michael Madsen ‘Pulp Fiction’ and He Doesn’t Regret Turning It Down
      Rumor has long had it that Quentin Tarantino’s first choice for the role of Vincent Vega in “Pulp Fiction” was Michael Madsen. The two had worked together in “Reservoir Dogs,” which starred Madsen as Vic Vega (aka Mr. Blonde) and put him front and center in the film’s iconic ear-severing torture scene set to Steelers Wheel’s “Stuck in the Middle With You.” In the upcoming Tarantino documentary “QT8: The First Eight,” Madsen confirms he was supposed to be Tarantino’s Vincent Vega until he had to turn down the now-famous role to star as Virgil Earp in Lawrence Kasdan’s 1994 Western “Wyatt Earp.”)

      “I was already committed to ‘Wyatt Earp,’” Madsen says in the documentary (via Entertainment Weekly). “And now, here’s Quentin, wants me to do ‘Pulp Fiction.’ And they were both going at the same time.”

      Twenty-five years after “Pulp Fiction” premiered and won the
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      How the ‘Apollo 11’ Filmmakers Spooled More Than 11,000 Hours of Audio and Video Into 93 Minutes

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      How the ‘Apollo 11’ Filmmakers Spooled More Than 11,000 Hours of Audio and Video Into 93 Minutes
      Any moon-landing conspiracy theorist who sees director Todd Douglas Miller’s mesmerizing documentary “Apollo 11,” which captures the 1969 lunar adventure of astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong, will feel put on blast. Miller’s digital restoration of never-before-seen Nasa footage marries the pulse-pounding Apollo journey itself, to the moon and back, with the efforts of ground control to orchestrate a smooth trip.

      At a recent International Documentary Association (Ida) screening in Los Angeles, and as a kick-off to the Ida’s annual awards-season lineup that looks back on the year’s best nonfiction films, director Miller spoke to an enthralled audience in a conversation moderated by IndieWire Associate Editor Steve Greene.

      “The imagery is so striking, and we wanted to use every foot of it that we had,” Miller said. “It really puts you into that time period… every day was a treat to get into a time machine and do that.
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      Tiff 2019, Last Days: Uncut Gems, Atlantis, Jallikattu, This Action Lies

      At Marriage Story‘s Tiff premiere, the audience applauded the Netflix logo; a night later, the same happened for A24 at Uncut Gems. The latter makes slightly more sense—rightly or wrongly (no comment), A24 has coherent brand cachet in positioning itself as Art-Fixated rather than purely profit-motivated—but in both cases I felt like I was going mad, and even more so when I heard that the first question for The Lighthouse‘s cast and crew at their first screening was why is A24 is so very special (surely that’s not on Willem Dafoe to answer.) Admittedly, Adam Sandler shaking Kevin Garnett’s hand onstage […]
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      Tiff 2019, Last Days: Uncut Gems, Atlantis, Jallikattu, This Action Lies

      At Marriage Story‘s Tiff premiere, the audience applauded the Netflix logo; a night later, the same happened for A24 at Uncut Gems. The latter makes slightly more sense—rightly or wrongly (no comment), A24 has coherent brand cachet in positioning itself as Art-Fixated rather than purely profit-motivated—but in both cases I felt like I was going mad, and even more so when I heard that the first question for The Lighthouse‘s cast and crew at their first screening was why is A24 is so very special (surely that’s not on Willem Dafoe to answer.) Admittedly, Adam Sandler shaking Kevin Garnett’s hand onstage […]
      See full article at Filmmaker Magazine »

      ‘Transparent’ Star Alexandra Billings’ Moving Reflection on Jeffrey Tambor: ‘I Miss Maura’

      ‘Transparent’ Star Alexandra Billings’ Moving Reflection on Jeffrey Tambor: ‘I Miss Maura’
      Emotions were high at the New York premiere of Season 5 of “Transparent,” a 100-minute musical that creator Jill Soloway has dubbed the “Musicale Finale,” as cast and crew gathered to bid adieu to the groundbreaking series. Equal parts heartbreaking, creatively risky, spiritual and wacky, the first TV series to put trans characters front and center took its licks and went out with a swan song — literally.

      Following a premiere screening at the third annual Tribeca TV Festival, series creator Jill Soloway, Season 5 co-writer and composer Faith Soloway, and stars Judith Light, Jay Duplass, Alexandra Billings, and Shakina Nayfack gathered to reflect on the grand finish.

      The “Musicale Finale,” which airs on Amazon Prime on September 27, opens with the death of matriarch Maura Pfefferman, the titular trans parent whose late-in-life gender transition anchored the early seasons. Jeffrey Tambor won two Emmys for his work as Maura, although some in the community
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