Con contributi di Giovanni Grazzini (Il Corriere della Sera), Calisto Cosulich (ABC), Onorato Orsini (La Notte), Ugo Casiraghi (l’Unità)
Rereading articles in 'Positif' on Iranian cinema recalls opportunely that the appearance on the international scene of Abbas Kiarostami was not without precedence: the soil of Iran was already cinematographically fertile
Cimino fa sollevare le comunità cinesi d’America per la sua ritrattistica di una mafia gialla che tesaurizza tutta l’iconografia hollywoodiana in materia, da Fu Manchu in poi
I am not certain what it means to call Stanley Kubrick's The Shining "the first epic horror film," as the ads are quoting Jack Kroll of Newsweek, but surely it is one of the strangest of them.
Full Metal Jacket certainly isn’t what we expect a Vietnam movie to be. Then again, it’s only secondarily a movie about the war. First and foremost, this is a Kubrick movie
In 1992, the actor-comedian revealed the wonderful agony of stand-up, the perils of a life in Hollywood, and manic temptations that came with his Oscar-nominated gifts
Interviewer Charlie Kohler met with Kubrick in an MGM conference room surrounded by posters and stills from 2001. Kubrick was eager to discuss his new film.
Annette Michelson in her famous 1969 essay, Bodies in Space: Film as 'Carnal Knowledge' in which she explored the phenomenal impact of 2001: A Space Odyssey
Il 1968 fu un anno memorabile. Il primo Giro vinto da Eddy Merckx, Beamon che a Città del Messico salta 8,90 in lungo, il Maggio, Praga. Inoltre, esce 2001: Odissea nello spazio
How do you make a good movie in this country without being jumped on? Bonnie and Clyde is the most excitingly American American movie since The Manchurian Candidate.
August 1980 issue of American Cinematographer magazine, including an interview with John Alcott and an article on the use of Garrett Brown’s invention, the steadicam, in The Shining.
In 1969, a then relatively unknown Michael Crichton reviewed Kurt Vonnegut's latest novel, "Slaughterhouse Five". In an ambivalent take, Crichton called it "hideous, ghastly, murderous—and calm."
Forse l'America ha trovato il sistema per esorcizzare una guerra dolorosamente perduta: basta continuare a combatterla al cinema, all'infinito.
Interview by Ana Maria Bahiana. In a town like LA, where everybody from your valet parker to your dentist seems to be writing a screenplay with dreams of wealth and glory on their minds, Callie Khouri is a strange, notable exception.
Stanley Kubrick, once again leaves his audiences asking a familiar question: How can anyone make a film so fastidiously beautiful and still leave so many loose ends?
The Shining, Stanley Kubrick's spellbinding foray into the realm of the horror film, is at its most gloriously diabolical as Jack and Wendy Torrance take the grand tour.
Eyes Wide Shut (1999), capolavoro postumo di Stanley Kubrick, condivide con Vertigo (1958), di Alfred Hitchcock, non solo le linee tematiche di sviluppo, ma anche quelle linguistiche e strutturali.