Some articles on film, film magazine, films:
... the novel Lust for Life, which was later made into an Academy Award–winning film of the same name starring Kirk Douglas as Vincent van Gogh ... Stone also wrote The Agony and the Ecstasy, which was later made into a film of the same name starring Oscar winner Charlton Heston as Michelangelo ... wrote the novel Anywhere But Here, which was later made into a film of the same name starring Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon ...
... and the Los Angeles Times, and is currently the Co-Editor of Libertas Film Magazine ... Atlantic, The Huffington Post and the LA Times, her columns on film have also been published in the New York Daily News and Human Events ... In 2004 Govindini co-founded with Jason Apuzzo the Liberty Film Festival, held in West Hollywood, California, which promoted films with alternative messages to mainstream ...
... At the Voltaire High School in Paris, Daney received his first film teachings from Henri Agel, one of the most respected critics of the time ... With two high school friends, Louis Skorecki and Claude Dépêche, he founded a short-lived film magazine called Visages du cinéma which only saw two editions, on ... In 1964, Daney joined the French film magazine Cahiers du cinéma with a series of interviews of American film directors (notably Howard Hawks, Leo McCarey, Josef von Sternberg and Jerry Lewis) conducted with ...
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