Phedon Papamichael is a master cinematographer working with the likes of James Mangold, Alexander Payne, Gore Verbinski, Jon Turteltaub and more. On this episode of Open Dialogue, Papamichael offers an in-depth look into the making of Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial… Read More ›
Ford v Ferrari
The Cine-Men, Special Episode: 92nd Academy Awards – Part II
As we near the 92nd Academy Awards, The Cine-Men co-hosts brave to discuss the big six categories: Supporting Actor/Actress, Lead Actor/Actress, Directing, and Best Picture. To tackle this mighty feat, the duo broke each category into its own minisode with… Read More ›
When the clock strikes midnight today, 2019 is official over and 2020 begins. As most are wont this time of year, a bit of reflection on what’s gone and what’s to come is appropriate. In its current incarnation, Elements of… Read More ›
The Cine-Men, Episode 22: Favorite Films of the Decade, Part 1.
After an unexpected hiatus The Cine-Men return to discuss their favorite films of the decade! Not content to do this within one show, your hosts Darryl Mansel and Douglas Davidson are discussing 2010-2014 on this episode and then coming back… Read More ›
A Conversation with actor Tracy Letts.
Tracy Letts is a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award Winner; he’s acted on stage, TV and film, and been featured on Seinfeld, Homeland, Lady Bird, The Post, Ford v Ferrari, and Little Women. His love of arts and entertainment has… Read More ›
A Conversation with actor Noah Jupe.
CCA member Noel T. Manning II chats with Honey Boy actor Noah Jupe on the latest episode of Meet Me at the Movies. If the name sounds familiar, it’s because Noah’s been seen in recent releases like Ford V Ferrari, A Quiet… Read More ›
A Conversation with cinematographer Phedon Papamichael.
Phedon Papamichael is a long-time cinematographer and has worked on films as varied as Nebraska, Cool Runnings, Phenomenon, Sideways and Walk the Line. Today he talks about his work on the James Mangold film Ford v Ferrari. Noel T. Manning… Read More ›
Coming To Theaters: November 2019
The ghosts and goblins may be out to play, but not everything hitting theaters is out to spook you. In fact, as we switch over to November, the films hitting theaters are a little more contemplative and character-driven, rather than… Read More ›
James Mangold’s “Ford v Ferrari” exudes cool, placing his undeniable stamp on the car film genre. [Film Fest 919]
Despite my aversion to the complexity of the vroom-vroom-crashy-crashy machines called “cars” today, there was once a time I was obsessed with automobiles. I had every Matchbox car under the sun and, as a three-year-old, I could talk a car… Read More ›