Instead of telling you how beautiful you are I’m going to just let the clip speak for itself. Truth begins with you. If you’re going to be the greatest filmmaker that ever lived the next Ford, Kurosawa or Welles. You’re going to have to not only believe it, but be ready to step outside your element when it comes to watching films. Watch things you would never watch naturally. If it wasn’t for Netflix I would have never known this beautiful film (Angel-A) existed. When it comes to films that made a huge impact on me its usually films that I stumbled on (or maybe they found me).
This Week Blaise and James dig deep into Asghar Farhadi’s “The Past”. James’ get’s a chance to do a written interview with Fred Williamson about his new film Old School Gangstas Part II. We also take a look at The Conjuring spinoffs, The Razzies and what Charlie Kaufman’s been up to.
This Week Blaise and James are joined by Jourdan Villalon to review Abdellatif Kechiche’s “Blue is the Warmest Color”. James gets a chance to talk to director Ryan Moser and actor Swen Temmel of “Turning Point”. We also weigh in our thoughts on films based on adapted material.
Week 1: June 30th “The Endless Summer” Dir. by Bruce Brown
Week 2: July 7th “The Myth of the American Sleepover” Dir. David Robert Mitchell
Week 3: July 14th “Mr Hulot’s Holiday” Dir. Jacques Tati
Week 4: July 21st “My Summer of Love” Dir by Pawel Pawlikowski
Week 5: July 28th “The Wackness” Dir. Jonathan Levine
Watch the films along with us this month, tweet us your thoughts and we will read them on air!