La Haine: The French classic turns 25 and is as valid as in its premiere

La Haine The French classic turns 25 and is as

Photo: Canal + Hate It is 25 years old and today it seems more current than ever in its political, ideological and visibility objectives. Released in 1995, this French film whose title was translated as Hatred, tells the whole day of three friends belonging to the Parisian suburbs. Meanwhile Abdel, another friend, is in a … Read more

Amazon Studios’ ‘Cinderella’—a new twist on a very white classic fairytale – New York Amsterdam News

Amazon Studios ‘Cinderella—a new twist on a very white classic

Amazon Studios’ new film, “Cinderella,” is the latest retelling of the Charles Perrault classic and, this time, screenwriter and director Kay Cannon gives the old classic a new spin. In this over-the-top unreality, characters break into song with all the prowess of a Broadway musical number as easily as most of us take a breath. … Read more

Lillian Hellman’s Classic Play ‘The Children’s Hour’ Set For Series Adaptation From Bess Wohl, Jon Robin Baitz, John Goldwyn & Anonymous Content

Lillian Hellmans Classic Play ‘The Childrens Hour Set For Series

EXCLUSIVE: Lillian Hellman’s 1934 play The Children’s Hour, set in an all-girls boarding school, is getting a shot at the small screen with Anonymous Content and Bess Wohl adapting. The play was adapted as a feature film in 1961. starring Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine, James Garner and Fay Bainter. Set in the 1930s, The Children’s … Read more

‘Lamb’ Is a Classic A24 Horror Movie That Leaves Viewers Feeling Pensive

Lamb Is a Classic A24 Horror Movie That Leaves Viewers

A24’s latest film, “Lamb,” hits every one of the studio’s classic marks. A24 is an entertainment company known for creating “Eighth Grade,” “Lady Bird,” “Uncut Gems” and many other successful films. These movies quickly gained popularity based on the studio’s brand name alone. Thanks to A24’s production of fantastic film after fantastic film, its reputation … Read more

Robert Mitchum: The cynical and skeptical gaze of classic cinema

Robert Mitchum The cynical and skeptical gaze of classic cinema

Robert Mitchum he laughed at his own success. “What’s good about this job is that you start at nine in the morning; you finish at six in the afternoon; they pay you every Friday; they tell you what to do; They tell you what to say, and that’s it, that’s it. There are no more … Read more