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  • post John Heard obituary - 23 July
  • US stage and screen actor best known for Cutter?s Way, Home Alone and DeceivedJohn Heard, who has died aged 71, was an engaging, intelligent character actor in American film, television and theatre from the mid-1970s onwards. In Big (1988), his slyly funny turn as a resentful executive provided a welcome antidote to the sweetness of a comedy about a boy transformed overnight into a man.In the smash hit Home Alone (1990), he mistakenly leaves behind his son while taking the rest of his family on holiday, contriving to repeat the oversight in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992). He was Goldie Hawn?s duplicitous husband, who fakes his own death, in the thriller Deceived (1991) and was nominated for an Emmy in 1999 for the first season of the HBO drama The Sopranos, in which he played a self-loathing detective in the pocket of the mafia. Continue reading...
  • post Christopher Nolan: from superheroes to Dunkirk?s small tales of heroism | the Observer profile - 22 July
  • His bold experimental films and blockbuster franchises have met with huge commercial success. Now the director reveals new depths of warmth and humanity with his potent war movieWhen initial details emerged about the new film Dunkirk, attention focused disproportionately on the news of the acting debut of Harry Styles, of One Direction fame. Creditable as the pop star?s performance may be, he isn?t the main reason for the excitement now surrounding the movie.That?s all due to Christopher Nolan, who already has a place on the distinguished roll-call of celebrity film-makers, alongside Cecil B DeMille, Hitchcock, Kubrick, Spielberg and James Cameron. Or, for that matter, his friend Quentin Tarantino, who has spoken of Nolan?s ?old film-making craft?, arguing that he would be ?just as potent a film-maker as he is if he was making movies in 1975. Or, if he was making movies in 1965. I?d like to see Chris Nolan?s version of The Battle of Bulge [sic]. That would be fucking awesome.? Continue reading...
  • post Ben Affleck says he will be The Batman despite report he would relinquish role - 22 July
  • Justice League star will not direct forthcoming standalone Batman movie DC Extended Universe panel trails new film and first Aquaman footageBen Affleck has dismissed rumors that he will hang up his cape before the next Batman film, for which he recently ceded directing responsibilities. Related: Ready Player One: first trailer for Steven Spielberg's virtual reality game thriller Continue reading...
  • post La La Land meets Isle of Wight in Minghella Jr?s debut as a director - 22 July
  • Max Minghella follows in father Anthony?s footsteps as a screenwriter and directorThe late Anthony Minghella was one of Britain?s most admired film-makers, winning nine Oscars for The English Patient, the war drama he wrote and directed, inspired by Michael Ondaatje?s novel. A decade after his death, his son is following in his footsteps as a writer and director, working with the producer of La La Land, the musical that won six Oscars this year.Actor Max Minghella is making his directorial debut with a British feature film set on the Isle of Wight, where his father?s family ran an ice-cream business. The new film, Teen Spirit, is a coming-of-age drama about a shy girl who has dreams of becoming a pop star and enters an international music competition. Continue reading...
  • post Ready Player One: first trailer for Steven Spielberg's virtual reality game thriller - 22 July
  • The BFG director debuted the footage from his new film at a Comic Con event, showcasing elaborate VR and special effectsThe first footage from Steven Spielberg?s forthcoming thriller Ready Player One has been released onto the internet.Spielberg revealed the trailer for the film as part of an event at Comic Con in San Diego, marking his first film since his Roald Dahl adaptation The BFG. Continue reading...
  • post Jane Campion: ?The clever people used to do film. Now they do TV? - 22 July
  • From Sweetie to The Piano, she has made some of cinema?s strangest, strongest films. So why has she switched to the small screen?Jane Campion, one of the world?s great film directors, has had it with the movies. It is eight years since she last made a full-length feature (the Keats biopic Bright Star), and 14 years since her sexually explicit thriller In The Cut almost did for her career. Now she is having a Norma Desmond moment: she?s still big, it?s just the pictures that got small.Movies, she says, have become conservative cash cows. ?The really clever people used to do film. Now, the really clever people do television. I?d been feeling, in the film world, that if you come up with ideas, and you share them, the first concern is: how is the audience going to react?? Television has reinvigorated her. ?Cinema in Australia and New Zealand has become much more mainstream. It?s broad entertainment, broad sympathy. It?s just not my kind of thing. As a goal, to make money out of entertaining doesn?t inspire me. But in television, there is no concern about politeness or pleasing the audience. It feels like creative freedom.? Continue reading...
  • post Dunkirk review ? utterly immersive account of Allied retreat - 23 July
  • Christopher Nolan is back to his best with this spectacular second world war action epic?You can practically see it from here? ? Kenneth Branagh?s stoical naval commander is talking about ?home?, the word that recurs throughout Christopher Nolan?s long-nurtured epic of wartime retreat. Yet he could equally have been referring to the Imax 70mm presentation in which I saw Dunkirk, and which was also probably visible from France ? a jaw-dropping spectacle in which the picture for the most part stretched beyond my field of vision, both vertically and horizontally. ?We have a big love for the big format,? says cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema, who works agile wonders with the bulky film cameras used to capture such stunning images. Available in a dizzying array of projection formats (digital, 35mm, 70mm etc), Dunkirk hits our screens with aspect ratios ranging from square to oblong and all points in between, depending upon which version you choose to see. But see it you must.The story of the Dunkirk evacuation, which saw a flotilla of small civilian vessels assist in the rescue of stranded troops from France in 1940, has been addressed before on screen. As early as 1942, William Wyler?s Oscar-winner Mrs Miniver was painting a morale-boosting portrait of ordinary people volunteering to make the cross-channel crusade, while in 1958?s Dunkirk Leslie Norman (father of Barry) gave us John Mills and Richard Attenborough exhibiting British pluck. Continue reading...
  • post Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock review ? picture-perfect profile - 23 July
  • Photographer Mick Rock makes a terrific subject in this documentary about the doyen of rock music snappersIf you called up central casting and asked for the archetypal hedonistic drug-guzzling 1970s music photographer, the chances are you would get someone who looked a lot like Mick Rock. All attenuated, gangly limbs, anarchic hair and perma-grafted sunglasses, this is the man who, through his celebrated shots of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, Syd Barrett, Queen and Debbie Harry ? the list seems endless ? just about single-handedly shaped the visual history of the music of the 70s and 80s. But what?s astonishing is not so much the sheer volume of Rock?s work and his Zelig-like ability to pop up on the periphery of every happening scene in the 70s; it?s how much he remembers, despite a narcotics consumption that turned his body into a chemical disaster area to rival Bhopal. Continue reading...
  • post John Heard, star of Home Alone, Cutter's Way and The Sopranos, dies at 71 - 22 July
  • Actor dies during recovery from back surgery, Variety reportsJeff Bridges leads tributes to ?wonderful actor? in TV and film hitsJohn Heard, the actor who was best known for his role as the father in the Home Alone movies, has died. He was 71. Related: Cutter's Way is a cinematic masterpiece Continue reading...
  • post Home Alone star John Heard dies aged 72 ? video obituary - 22 July
  • John Heard, the actor best known for his role as Peter McCallister in two Home Alone films, has died aged 72. Variety reported that Heard was recovering from back surgery in a hotel room when he died. The actor received an Emmy award for his role as corrupt detective Vin Makazian in The SopranosJohn Heard, star of Home Alone and The Sopranos, dies at 72
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