’60s Hollywood, the Rebels and the Studios
The view of the New Hollywood of the 1960s, often portrayed as the influence of European films on American filmmakers, fails to note the role of the big Hollywood studios.
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Writer-director Don Shebib heads back Down The Road Again
A Canadian film classic? Its director never felt that way, and wonder why we haven’t far outclassed it before he revisited the characters.
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Leonard Cohen’s Lonesome Heroes
Rent It THE MOVIE: Leonard Cohen’s Lonesome Heroes is an academically minded documentary that seeks to root out the main inspirations the famed troubadour brought together to make his signature style. A poetic lyricist known for his gravelly delivery and often dour subject matter, Cohen is an incomparable talent, singular in his point of view, a man whose art is his struggle to understand the …
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