Thursday, August 2 2012
Woody (and Penelope, and Alec, and Ellen, and Greta) on Woody: The director and cast of To Rome With Love talk fame, fans, and Fellini.
Thursday, February 16 2012
Woody Allen's early career is a window into his development both as a filmmaker and as an artist. Rarely are an early filmmaker's works so rewarding, where even the most lighthearted farces can be poignant and brilliant, even for a moment.
Sunday, January 22 2012
2011 was a year of good, not necessarily great, films, though the amazing choices by our staff might argue against such a overall cinematic classification.
Monday, January 16 2012
It was a monumental year for women in film as our selections for 2011's best female performances indicate... over and over and over again.
Wednesday, October 19 2011
Actor Corey Stoll breezed in to steal Midnight in Paris out from under his co-stars and now, headed into awards season, his memorable characterization of legend Ernest Hemingway in Woody Allen's most successful film to date feels decidedly poised to enter the Supporting Actor race.
Thursday, July 19 2012
Before you jump to conclusions about Woody Allen's latest, To Rome with Love, take a second to consider exactly what it is you are criticizing. Is it the man or is it the man's reputation?
Monday, February 27 2012
Ernest Hemingway compared Paris to a moveable feast because no matter what time it is, Paris is always the magnificent city of lights. Woody Allen expands upon Hemingway's testimony in the magical Midnight in Paris.
Thursday, July 25 2013
Blue Jasmine is a portrait of a woman unsympathetic in so many ways, but nonetheless touching in her utter loss.
Thursday, June 21 2012
John and Jack's relationship will serve to articulate the movie's fundamental theme, the same theme you've seen in every other Woody Allen movie: men want what they don't have.
Tuesday, February 14 2012
Woody Allen has been one of the most influential figures in cinema for more than four decades while remaining an enigma...until now.
Friday, May 20 2011
Being in a Woody Allen movie, Carla Bruni is at once an French fantasy and a joke about that fantasy.
Tuesday, February 22 2011
Woody Allen's characters struggle alone, searching aimlessly for that saving grace that makes it all worthwhile. Amidst all the despair, a bit of hope glimmers.
Tuesday, February 14 2012
"I love baseball. You know, it doesn't have to mean anything. It's just very beautiful to watch." Thus Leonard Zelig (Woody Allen) indicates his peculiarly
Tuesday, August 2 2011
100 Essential Directors celebrates directors of distinct vision, who have honed their respective crafts, who have brought something new and exciting to the medium, and who continue to push the boundaries of the form.
Thursday, May 19 2011
Allen's Midnight in Paris redefines the traditional summer film, and redefines the auteur yet again...but don't call it a comeback!
Sunday, June 20 2010
When it comes to comedy's current cyclical nature, the dork is the new dreamboat, while the good looking loser is the lynchpin for every possible punchline.
Thursday, June 11 2009
Whatever Works Director: Woody Allen Cast: Larry David, Ed Begley Jr., Patricia Clarkson, Conleth Hill, Michael McKean, Evan Rachel Wood Opening: 19 June 2009 Distributor: Sony Pictures
Monday, January 9 2012
LOS ANGELES — There’s only one newcomer to the feature film nominees announced Monday for the 64th annual DGA Awards: Michel Hazanavicius for “The Artist.”
Tuesday, November 8 2011
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Writer-filmmaker Woody Allen may be a private kind of a guy, but when it comes to deconstructing Woody, everybody’s eager to
Thursday, August 4 2011
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Woody Allen is one of America's most well-known and distinctive filmmakers, but he is also intensely elusive, a filmmaker who is private
Thursday, July 14 2011
Woody Allen, the Brooklyn-born director who defined New York for filmgoers with such hits as "Bullets Over Broadway" and "Annie Hall," is once again choosing
Thursday, May 12 2011
CANNES, France — The world's premier film festival has commenced, and the late 1960s Jerry Schatzberg photograph of Faye Dunaway at the center of this year's