Indie film to get new streaming service to
Indie film to get new streaming service to fill hole left by FilmStruck L.A. BizFilmStruck fans still mourning the demise of the niche movie streaming *service* may be assuaged by a new arrival on the video-on-demand scene, Ovid.tv.
Posted on 29 January 2019 | 12:00 am
Golden Eagles Awards 2019 Winners: Full List
Golden Eagles Awards 2019 Winners: Full List Hollywood ReporterAlexei Fedorchenko's World War II drama 'Voina Anny' ('Anna's War') on Friday was named the best Russian movie of 2018 during the Golden Eagle Awards ...
Posted on 25 January 2019 | 12:00 am
Who is Alexey Gromov? - Meduza
Who is Alexey Gromov? MeduzaThe online media outlet Proekt (Project) has released a new investigative report about the Russian presidential administration's first deputy chief of staff, Alexey ...
Posted on 23 January 2019 | 12:00 am
Missing FilmStruck? OVID.TV, a New Arthouse
Missing FilmStruck? OVID.TV, a New Arthouse Streaming Service, Will Launch in March IndieWireWith FilmStruck gone and Fandor recently sold to a new entity, cinephiles would appear to be running out of streaming services catered toward them. Here to fill ...
Posted on 18 January 2019 | 12:00 am
Luxury villa belonging to Nikita Mikhalkov
Luxury villa belonging to Nikita Mikhalkov found in Spain https://en.crimerussia.com/The Russian director Nikita Mikhalkov known for his patriotic ideas and criticism of European countries turned out to have a luxury villa in an elite neighborhood ...
Posted on 31 December 2018 | 12:00 am
Resolved Question: Why do I like old
First of all, sorry for not so good English, I was born and live in central Europe.
I am 20 years old male and a huge film enthusiast, with a pretty good film count for my age. I prefer Soviet/Russian/Ukrainian and British cinema, closely followed by Italian, American and Japanese. Before few years, I was mostly watching newer and more popular Hollywood stuff and I even considered films from 1970's to be "very, very old". However, some two years ago, I started to watch more and more old films (period 1920-1960) and completely fell in love with them.
Nowadays, I rarely find enjoyable new films or TV shows. I don't know which is the reason, but they are just very boring for me. For example, I have watched many of those "acclaimed" films or shows and they're either boring for me or, at best, on the level with average older movies. Sure, I like directors such as Aleksandr Sokurov or Chan-wook Park, and some newer American movies like "The Green Mile" or "LA Confidential" or Austrian "Das weiße Band" would probably make my Top 100 list and I find Nikita Mikhalkov's movie "12" to be a masterpiece, despite being a remake, but those are really few compared to the older directors I like (Tarkovskiy, Hitchcock, Malle, Lang, Murnau, Bergman, Bava, etc.). I found the fall in quality especially huge in Italian and American cinema (my favourite cinemas of the 1960's).
I would like to know what can be the reason that I dislike new films, as I am among the few people I know which even watches older films and probably the only one which prefers them. Most people say it's nostalgia, but I can't be nostalgic about a movies which were made before even my (grand)parents were born. It can't be an influence of my family or friends, since they (even parents) prefer new films. I guess it must be something in the films themselves what differs old and new movies, but I can't figure it out myself.
Posted on 28 January 2013 | 4:10 am
Resolved Question: Nikita Mikhalkov's
Please, can anyone tell me where I can find Nikita Mikhalkov's manifest translated into English? The manifest titled "Law and Truth - Manifest of Enlightened Conservatism" was published last year (2010), but I am having a hard time fiding the English translation. I only have the original in Russian.
Posted on 16 November 2011 | 1:12 am
Resolved Question: What are some good
I want to watch a movie in Russian that has English subtitles. Do you know any good war movies from 1995-2011?
Posted on 8 October 2011 | 1:03 am
Resolved Question: Movies that are directed
Let's see how many people can even name a whole list of movies that are directed by an actor or an actress that is also in the movie, they don't have to have a leading part, but as long as they also did have a part in the movie as well. Here are a couple of examples Rookie of the Year was directed by Daniel Stern who was making his directorial debut, was also in the movie playing the pitching coach of the Chicago Cubs. Also Whip It was directed by Drew Barrymore that was also making her directorial debut, and she also acted as one of Ellen Page's teammates in the movie as well.
Posted on 19 June 2011 | 1:27 am
Resolved Question: Do you think there's any
Could you see this happening?
I have heard that the Orthodox Church would like it to happen.
Posted on 8 September 2010 | 11:15 am