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Director Giuseppe Capotondi Explores The Power Of Lies In ‘The Burnt Orange Heresy’

Director Giuseppe Capotondi takes on the Florida set novel The Burnt Orange Heresy and sets the tale in Lake Como. During our conversation, Capotondi...

‘The Tenant’ Review: The City of Light Darkens Under Roman Polanski’s Terrifying Vision

Ahhhh, that refreshing feeling you have as you unload the last box filled with all of your precious things into your newly called home....

Exclusive: Director Kent Jones Talks ‘Hitchcock/Truffaut’

    Now playing in select theaters, Hitchcock/Truffaut centers on the making of one of the most popular books on cinema. Along with culling audio from...

Eli Roth Gets Hitchcockian With ‘Knock Knock’ Visions

Though he's been tabbed as a horror filmmaker, Eli Roth's distinct point of view, audaciously infused in his body of work (Cabin Fever, Hostel, The Green...

Behind The Lens #30 – The Prophet, Twinsters, Listen To Me Marlon

Over six months into Behind The Lens, and I'm still enjoying every minute with collaborating and learning from colleague (and friend) debbie lynn elias. This week, Samantha...

Alfred Hitchcock’s “Jamaica Inn” Hits Blu-Ray Come May

The Cohen Film Collection travels down Alfred Hitchcock territory next month with the Blu-ray and DVD release of Jamaica Inn. Starring Maureen O'Hara and Charles...

‘Grand Piano’ Plays Inspired Notes With Elijah Wood & Eugenio Mira

  Even though technology is increasing the creative limits of film, many of these advances lie in the execution of special effects and its surrounding...

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