Friday, December 7, 2012

December Links Galore

No, I haven't been idle, just busy catching up with the major films from 2012 in advance of my participation in several year-end lists and surveys which should be posted soon. In the meantime, my regular reviewing has continued unabated as the below series of links reveals.

Hitchcock (Slant)
Dragon (Slant)
Only the Young (Slant)
Waiting for Lightning (Slant)
Off-White Lies (Village Voice)
Gottfried Helnwein and the Dreaming Child (Time Out New York)
Wagner and Me (Time Out New York)
The Man Who Shook the Hand of Vicente Fernandez (Indiewire)

10 Screenwriters to Watch: Profile of Bill Dubuque (Variety)
10 Screenwriters to Watch: Profile of Ken Scott (Variety)

1 comment:

Maria Maria said...

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