The Line by Garrett Zecker Click above to read the new piece published today at Assignment Magazine Online.
When Modern Times was made in 1936, talkies were the rage, Charlie Chaplin was a worldwide sensation who toured the … More
What Wessel manages to achieve in Eric and Shaye is a biographic triumph. A portrait of a man whose art and vision were truly remarkable and different than anything we’ve ever seen before, and it is in many ways a postmortem love letter to Fournier not just from Wessel, but from we who appreciated and loved his work. I could think of no better homage to Fournier than what Wessel has shared with the world, and I am proud to be a part of its creation – a work that truly represents all of our appreciation.
‘Fraternal funerary farts’ is probably the best way to describe Swiss Army Man on the surface, but it couldn’t be further … More
William Wyler’s Roman Holiday is the beginning of the career for the unknown Audrey Hepburn, noted in Schneider’s book that … More