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“Made in NY Fellowships” Recipients Announced by Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment in Partnership with IFP

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In partnership with IFP, Filmmaker‘s parent organization, the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment has announced this year’s ten projects to be chosen for Made in NY Fellowships. The projects, which span documentary and narrative filmmaking as well as gaming, post-production,…  Read more

By Dec 5, 2016

How Do You Market a Madman? On the Trailers of Werner Herzog

Werner Herzog in Into the InfernoWerner Herzog in Into the Inferno

“The sun dimmeth, the land sinketh, gusheth forth steam and gutting fire,” rasps Werner Herzog ominously, quoting Norse poetry from the Poetic Edda as bursts of lava erupt onto the screen in the trailer for his latest release, Into the…  Read more

By Dec 5, 2016

Podcast: Alix Lambert Interviews Westworld Stunt Coordinator Mike Watson

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In one of our occasional Filmmaker podcasts, director, artist and writer Alix Lambert interviews here stunt coordinator Mike Watson, whose work can be seen on HBO’s Westworld, which has its season finale tomorrow night. In addition to Westworld, Watson’s over…  Read more

By Dec 3, 2016

One-Eyed Jacks and Dreams: Jim Hemphill’s Home Video Picks for Friday, December 2, 2016

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One of the major film restoration events of 2016 was Universal’s digital overhaul of Marlon Brando’s One-Eyed Jacks (1961), an important bridge between the classical Westerns of John Ford and the genre-busting revisionism of Sam Peckinpah and Sergio Leone, not…  Read more

By Dec 2, 2016


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