The 1963 melodrama I Could Go On Singing was given a showing at the IFC Center last week as part of Ira Sachs and Adam Baran's series of monthly events, Queer/Art/Film.
And I was stunned to see the film's parallels to Judy's own life.
Judy plays a wildly successful singer who goes to London to per ... More >>
Soul Kitchen premiered in New York at the Tribeca Film Fest earlier this year, and it's now starting its run in theaters. The film is a madcap comedy about a Hamburg restaurateur whose eatery becomes a success only when he tries to sell it and lets anarchy break out in the kitchen and dining room. ... More >>
Rian Johnson (the dude who did Brick and The Brothers Bloom) has polished off a MGs concert doc, with John Darnielle and co. doing stripped-down tunes from their recent (and profoundly traumatic) The Life of the World to Come. See it at the IFC Center tomorrow night (tix here) or buy it Satur ... More >>
This past weekend's midnight screenings at the IFC Center must've been a rousing success--All Tomorrow's Parties: The Film returns there again this Friday and Saturday for an encore engagement. This is very good news, another small step in introducing musically discriminate (whatever that means) ... More >>
At long last, a New York City screening of the official All Tomorrow's Parties movie. The 82-minute documentary premiered in the States at SXSW last spring, showed at ATP NY in September, and now has an official release date of November 24, when it'll be available from Warp Films both as a physica ... More >>