From Ernest Hemingway to Steven Soderbergh: This Morning’s Glance at Arts & Culture
Before you dive into your workday, here’s a healthy serving of what’s been floating around the world of arts & culture. Dig it.
“My writing is nothing, my boxing is everything,” claimed Hemingway whose passions clearly resided in the romance of the fight.
Somewhere in the cinema-sphere there might just be a Steven Soderbergh cut of Spike Jonze’s Her, and we’re going to need to see that.
A fifth and probably not final trailer emerges for the Coen brothers’ highly-lauded new feature, now screening at NYFF.
Ab-Fab’s Jennifer Saunders explains how BBC has now become a top-heavy place for executive idiots.
We’ll be sitting down with film’s star later this week, but in the meantime see Lea Seydoux and Abdellatif Kechiche have recently divulged about the controversial three hour lesbian romantic drama.
Taking a look at the ten most romantic films of all time that happen to also be ten of the best movies of all time.
Well, fan poetry and wants to write music for the show. Need we say more?
It’s almost impossible to imagine but Mick Jagger (much better suited for the Nic Roeg world) was almost cast in as Alex DeLarge directed by, well, who knows.