Daily Wire editor-in-chief Ben Shaprio weighs in on the entitlement generation on ‘The Ingraham Angle.’
In this interview with Bill Moyers, Dan Dennett delivers a sharp and clear synthesis of a library of evolutionary, anthropological and psychological research on the origin and spread of religion.
Empire News Editor Olly Richards interviews Dustin Hoffman at the Toronto Film Festival in 2006
Robin Williams appears on the last regular Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. This was the penultimate final Tonight Show with Carson, and the final show with guests.
Proprio quando tutti i miei sogni d’infanzia sembravano essersi avverati, ho quasi perso la testa e poi la vita. Non ho mai raccontato questa storia pubblicamente, ma ora è arrivato il momento di farlo.
Empire sent Deputy News Editor Nick de Semiyen on an inter-continental journey to meet with the legendary funnyman in Amsterdam and then LA. There’s a steely focus behind the jovial veneer — he’s not exactly Robin Williams — but the man’s genial nature and precision wit make a few hours in his company fly by.
Dopo 40 anni di collaborazioni cinematografiche, Pedro Almodóvar ha affidato ad Antonio Banderas, il suo attore feticcio, la parte del suo alter ego nel suo nuovo film, Dolor y gloria.
Kubrick’s virtuosity as a filmmaker, and the range of his subjects, have served to disguise his near-obsessive concern with these two matters—the brutal brevity of the individual’s span on earth and the indifference of the spheres to that span, whatever its length, whatever achievements are recorded over its course.
Frank Capra is a brave man. He might be called a premature auteurist, since long before that critical theory was enunciated he believed that the director was the logical person to be the author of a movie. “One man, one film” was his credo and he was not modest about taking credit for his work.
Though he’s now comfortably into his eighth decade, Richard Donner shows no signs of retirement. Not only does the director have his most satisfying action movie in over a decade in cinemas, but the rest of the summer is practically his greatest hits revisited.
Francis Ford Coppola and Gay Talese conversation on friends, censorship, death, and money
In this conversation with “CBS This Morning” co-host John Dickerson, Senator Bernie Sanders discusses taking another shot at the presidency and why he believes this campaign will succeed.
Romney Wheeler interviews British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, and social critic Bertrand Russell at Russell’s home in Surrey, England.
La violenza è di casa nella famiglia Leone: il padre, regista di oltre cento pellicole ai tempi del muto, inventò Maciste. Il nuovo western di Sergio Leone ha per protagonista una donna: Claudia Cardinale, che impersona una mezzosangue
In this interview West Coast editors Blake Mitchell and Jim Ferguson talked to Syd about his career past and present, and specifically his involvement with the soon-to-be-released sf thriller, Blade Runner.
Jordan Peterson, Christina Hoff Sommers, and Danielle Crittenden (The Femsplainers) – Full Transcript
The Jordan Peterson You Don’t Know: The author of The 12 Rules for Life reveals to Christina Hoff Sommers & Danielle Crittenden the secrets of his long marriage, why dating apps suck, how to handle a belligerent toddler, why his feminist critics are wrong, and more…
Questo colloquio si è svolto in un’aula del Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia nel mese di novembre 1962, dopo la proiezione per allievi e insegnanti, alla presenza del regista Nanni Loy, de Le 4 giornate di Napoli.
The following conversation, or happening, as Bertolucci prefers to call it, took place in the middle of June 1966 when he was just beginning work on the script for his new film, Natura contra Natura. It is translated, slightly condensed, from a tape in Italian.
Sorcerer is a bleak, harsh, and uncompromising film, adjectives that may have reflected the inner state of William Friedkin after the reviewers were done with him.
The industry has found a way to, kind of, subvert your natural biological drive. We have this desperate need for salt, sugar, fat and so, those are natural biological drives. It’s a matter that the industry has taken those same drives, turned it against us.
Bill Burr: I don’t let people just sort of go like, you know, this sweeping generalization of like “oh I’m this person so that means