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Variety
Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton to Return to Los Angeles for Fundraisersat the home of Marc Nathanson, chairman of Mapleton Investments, and his wife J
Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton to Return to Los Angeles for Fundraisers
Variety / Posted 5 days ago
at the home of Marc Nathanson, chairman of Mapleton Investments, and his wife Jane, a psychologist. Sherry Lansing and William Friedkin are co-hosting, with tickets priced at $33,400 per couple. Tickets for donors who want to be listed as... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Alejandro Jodorowsky to Get Locarno Fest Honorsorely need in this day and age.” Past recipients of the Pardo d’onore include
Alejandro Jodorowsky to Get Locarno Fest Honor
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 7 days ago
sorely need in this day and age.” Past recipients of the Pardo d’onore include Jean-Luc Godard, Ken Loach, Sydney Pollack, William Friedkin, Werner Herzog, Agnès Varda and, last year, Michael Cimino and Marco Bellocchio. Locarno Film Fest takes... Read more
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Variety
Cult Director Alejandro Jodorowsky to Receive Locarno Fest Honorary Golden Pardand the creation of art.” Previous recipients of the Locarno nod include Samue
Cult Director Alejandro Jodorowsky to Receive Locarno Fest Honorary Golden Pard
Variety / Posted 7 days ago
and the creation of art.” Previous recipients of the Locarno nod include Samuel Fuller, Jean-Luc Godard, Ken Loach, Sidney Pollack, Abbas Kiarostami, William Friedkin, Jia Zhang-ke, Werner Herzog, Agnes Warda and Michael Cimino and Marco Bellocc... Read more
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Boston Herald
Horror tale conjures same ghosts from pastfun as real-life spook chaser Maurice Grosse. But the film is the same old spli
Horror tale conjures same ghosts from past
Boston Herald / Posted 17 days ago
fun as real-life spook chaser Maurice Grosse. But the film is the same old split pea soup Steven Spielberg, Tobe Hooper and William Friedkin served up years ago, and not nearly as innovative or shocking. The scariest thing in “The Conjuring 2” might... Read more
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Rappler
4 horror movies, 10 terrifying real-life scary storiesstories about The Exorcist, which some have called the scariest movie of all ti
4 horror movies, 10 terrifying real-life scary stories
Rappler / Posted 18 days ago
stories about The Exorcist, which some have called the scariest movie of all time. Here are a few: The Exorcist director William Friedkin said the Vatican allowed him to film a real exorcism in May and that the ceremony was similar to the one in... Read more
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Variety
Brian Grazer Rides Peak TV Wave, Builds New Empire at Imagine Televisiontoday are really the embodiment of the great filmmakers of the 1960s, ‘70s and
Brian Grazer Rides Peak TV Wave, Builds New Empire at Imagine Television
Variety / Posted 21 days ago
today are really the embodiment of the great filmmakers of the 1960s, ‘70s and early ‘80s,” Grazer says, citing Hal Ashby, William Friedkin and Sidney Lumet as examples. “Movies have to be very, very high concept to differentiate themselves these... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Brian De Palma, legendary director of 'Scarface' and 'Carrie,' explains why he 'left Hollywood completely'the 1970s, movies were ruled by “New Hollywood.” Made up of the likes of Robert
Brian De Palma, legendary director of 'Scarface' and 'Carrie,' explains why he 'left Hollywood completely'
Stamford Advocate / Posted 24 days ago
the 1970s, movies were ruled by “New Hollywood.” Made up of the likes of Robert Altman, Woody Allen, Michael Cimino, and William Friedkin (to just name a few), these filmmakers had differing levels of success, but they attained legendary status... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Brian De Palma, legendary director of 'Scarface' and 'Carrie,' explains why he 'left Hollywood completely'the 1970s, movies were ruled by “New Hollywood.” Made up of the likes of Robert
Brian De Palma, legendary director of 'Scarface' and 'Carrie,' explains why he 'left Hollywood completely'
Connecticut Post / Posted 24 days ago
the 1970s, movies were ruled by “New Hollywood.” Made up of the likes of Robert Altman, Woody Allen, Michael Cimino, and William Friedkin (to just name a few), these filmmakers had differing levels of success, but they attained legendary status... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Brian De Palma, legendary director of 'Scarface' and 'Carrie,' explains why he 'left Hollywood completely'the 1970s, movies were ruled by “New Hollywood.” Made up of the likes of Robert
Brian De Palma, legendary director of 'Scarface' and 'Carrie,' explains why he 'left Hollywood completely'
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
the 1970s, movies were ruled by “New Hollywood.” Made up of the likes of Robert Altman, Woody Allen, Michael Cimino, and William Friedkin (to just name a few), these filmmakers had differing levels of success, but they attained legendary status... Read more
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examiner.com
Tracy Letts talks about William Friedkin and 'Bug' at New Beverly CinemaNew Beverly Cinema concluded their month long tribute to Oscar winning filmmake
Tracy Letts talks about William Friedkin and 'Bug' at New Beverly Cinema
examiner.com / Posted 26 days ago
New Beverly Cinema concluded their month long tribute to Oscar winning filmmaker William Friedkin with a double feature of “Bug” and “Killer Joe,” movies that had him escaping the pressures of big budget filmmaking and going the indie route. Both... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Ellen Burstyn: Munich Festival Honor for Lifetime Achievement UnveiledMartin Scorsese's Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Darren Aronofsky's Requiem f
Ellen Burstyn: Munich Festival Honor for Lifetime Achievement Unveiled
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 28 days ago
Martin Scorsese's Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Darren Aronofsky's Requiem for a Dream and The Exorcist, directed by William Friedkin. “From TV comedies to theater adaptations to the masterpieces of New Hollywood, Ellen Burstyn's work is... Read more

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