Toni Ruberto highlights the multiple reasons Turner Classic Movies should see Buffalo as a legitimate destination for a big-time film event on Buffalo.com. She graciously mentions CCC as one of the newer pieces to our city’s rich cinematic history. Click passage below to see full article.
The big piece of counter-programming is Woody Allen's Wonder Wheel at Dipson Theatres Amherst, a film that has been hurt by the current climate of sexual harassment to the point where it feels as though Amazon is dumping it with little fanfare. We'll see what audiences feel about the controversial auteur by how long it remains up.
For the kids there's Ferdinand, the latest animated film from Fox's Blue Sky (a studio surely headed for some changes now that Disney bought it's distributor). See it at AMC, Regals, and Flix.
Interviews Mary Ellen Bute Actuality through abstraction in the experimental animator’s work By Mary Batten Interviews Eleanor Perry The screenwriter of Diary of a Mad Housewife and Last Summer discusses how a male-dominated industry treats women, onscreen and off By Kay Loveland and Estelle Chang...