Bob Fosse

Bob Fosse

The name usually associated with musical, both on stage and silver screen; an unprecedented multiple winner of Tony Awards for choreography – eight in total – Bob Fosse is one of the pivotal figures of modern dance; as a four-time Oscar nominee for best director (he made only five feature films), Fosse is remembered as one of the best moviemakers of 70’s; visionary, uncompromising artist whose Read More »

THE BIG LEBOWSKI, “Jesus” Scene

“The Dude” (Jeff Bridges) is one of the most popular ‘heroes’ from the big screen worldwide.
Anyway, “Jesus” played by fantastic John Turturro stays as one of those hilarious characters from Joel and Ethan Coen‘s gallery…

 

LAST TANGO IN PARIS

Last-tango

Widely considered as art-house classic, directed by awarded Italian filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci; Pauline Kael said this film is “the most powerfully erotic movie ever made”; Marlon Brando’s Method acting in his least conventional film, courageously designed as post-modern existential love story – Last Tango in Paris deals with Read More »

Tonino Guerra

Tonino Guerra

Close collaborator and friend of Federico Fellini, screenwriter with particular signature – his vivid sense of poetry that coloured numerous motion picture masterpieces by prominent authors Antonioni, Rosi, Tarkovsky, Angelopoulos. Guerra widely contributed to European cinema through his post-neo-realistic style of storytelling as well as developing particular sub-genre, ‘cinema of alienation’. Read More »

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