Elizabeth Edwards died yesterday. She was 61.
For at least one cineaste, film critic Kim Morgan is a not-so-obscure object of desire: Recently, Roger Ebert broke the news that the L.A.-based hottie is set to marry Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin, whose upcoming Keyhole stars Morgan as Udo Kier’s gun moll. What Ebert didn’t break is my own recent engagement to Penny Marshall.
Michel Gondry will have two films in theaters next year.
The L Magazine’s film writers share their Top 10s of the year.
Ask and you shall receive. Erich Kuersten responds to Cinetrex’s response to Dan Callahan. Anyone want to take this to a seriously meta extreme?
The Coens’ solid non-revisionist western True Grit has been selected to open next year’s Berlin International Film Festival.
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