When people think about Marlon Brando, they think of the movie star, the hunk, the scandals.
Read two critical perspectives on Listen To Me Marlon (Stevan Riley, 2015) by Susan L. Mizruchi and Edward E. Crouse.
by Ryan Lattanzio Marlon Brando, until his ashes were scattered in Tahiti and Death Valley in 2004, was a private man.
Read two critical perspectives on Amy (Asif Kapadia, 2015), by Ryan Lattanzio and Dennis Harvey. Amy is now playing at theaters nationwide.
by Eat Drink Films The successful commercial run of Whiplash continues at the Clay Theatre in San Francisco and the Shattuck Cinemas in Berkeley. Director Damien Chazelle’s first feature made its Bay Area debut at the Mill Valley Film Festival earlier this fall as part of the fest’s Artist in Residence series, presented by Metallica’s […]
Read two critical perspectives on Force Majeure (Ruben Östlund, 2014) by Winifred Reilly and Ryan Lattanzio. Force Majeure opens Friday, November 7 at the Sundance Kabuki in San Francisco, the Albany Twin in Albany, and the Smith Rafael Film Center in San Rafael.