June 27, 2008
GreenCine Dispatch #241: At the Drive-In
* What's New: Persepolis, In Bruges, and much more.
* What We're Watching: The Free Will, Fireworks Wednesday, Chaos Theory.
* Explore: The Grocer's Son.
* Special Promo: The Auteurs.
Posted by cphillips at 10:37 AM
June 24, 2008
Follow GreenCine on Twitter!
Now you can get updated on GreenCine's latest news, articles, primers, and other happenings (not Happenings, M Night Shyamalan style, mind you) on Twitter! Go to our GreenCine Twitter page and get fed our twitterings!
Posted by cphillips at 4:31 PM
June 21, 2008
GreenCine Dispatch #240: Le horror, le horror.
* What's New: Be Kind Rewind, Caramel, and a lot more.
* What We're Watching: Control, Judi Dench and The Cottage.
* Explore: Under the Same Moon/Patricia Riggen.
Posted by cphillips at 11:30 AM
June 13, 2008
GreenCine Dispatch #239: John Adams, meet John Cusack
In This Dispatch:
* John Cusack!
* What's New: Protagonist, Signal, and oh! so much more.
* What We're Watching: Heavy Metal, The Grand and Funny Games.
Posted by cphillips at 12:34 PM
DVD Panache Interviews GreenCine's David Hudson
DVD Panache came up with a fun Q&A to get to know our own David Hudson, venerable (some would say, indestructible, but we don't want to jinx him) editor of the GreenCine Daily blog and many a fine article on the main GreenCine.com site. Read on:
FRIDAY SCREEN TEST: David Hudson
If you've ever spent any time at GreenCine Daily, then you know the name is misleading: it should be titled GreenCine 24/7 or GreenCine Perpetua if you want to sound smarter. The site, "joined at the hip" with GreenCine, is a constantly-updated snapshot of the movie world and the words that describe it. The ringleader is Berlin-based David Hudson, who keeps a hundred fingers on the pulse of the net's film circles and reports his findings back to GreenCine Daily. Thanks to David, every day you have an endless gateway to film information and writings, and you never doubt that he's leading you in the right direction.
EARLIEST MOVIE-WATCHING MEMORY: 'I'm guessing it'd be Mary Poppins. I don't know if I saw it during its initial run (I would have been five years old when it was released in August 1964), but I do remember that it was an event. I had some sort of tiny plastic model of Mary Poppins, umbrella aloft, that would rise and fall when you put it in a glass of water, thanks to some fizzy stuff in there. What I do remember is this: A teacher mentioned in class (kindergarten, maybe?; then again, movies would run forever back then) that the kids had to run up the stairs to the bank (or *down* the stairs *from* the bank?; hey, it's been decades) over and over again before they got it right. And it was a revelation to me, my first inkling of what it took to make a movie. They (whoever "they" were) don't just point a camera, shoot and move on. Evidently, this whole movie-making thing was hard work.'
Posted by cphillips at 12:24 PM
June 6, 2008
Dispatch #238: Out of "Control" and up for "Debaters"
In This Dispatch:
* What's New: Control, Diva, and oodles more.
* What We're Watching: Cook, Debaters and Darfur Now.
* Contest: Wild West Comedy Show.
Plus: Giuseppe Tornatore
All this and more in the GreenCine Dispatch Newsletter #238 >>
Posted by cphillips at 5:39 PM