Who Owns the Future? is a cautionary tale, warning of an economic cataclysm and eradication of the middle class if the concept of “free” information keeps to its current trajectory
Alan Casty tackles the often frustrating paradoxes of a man whose fundamentally American films possess a darkness that reveal the complex ideology of their volatile director.
Henry Jaglom and Orson Welles had lunch together reguarly in 1983 and Jaglom began taping their conversations—right up until Welles’ death.
Critic Peter Rainer gives us a history of contemporary cinema; an insightful reflection on the evolution of the industry and the filmmakers who helped shape it.
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