Dear Friends, Ever heard of Hitchcock or Truffaut? Most likely you have seen some of their movies—possibly more of the work they directed than by other filmmakers. Our focus this week is on the new documentary Hitchcock/Truffaut as the French director’s daughter Laura and independent filmmaker Roger Leatherwood take turns writing about it. Pam Grady […]
by Kenn Fong Francis Albert Sinatra was born Saturday, December 12, 1915. Let’s look back at a few stories about Mr. Sinatra which we published earlier this year in anticipation of his centennial.
by Jenny Hammerton I have woken up in bed, more times than I care to remember, with legendary cookbook A Treasury of Great Recipes nestled in beside me. It’s a bit like sleeping with a puppy, as it weighs around 4 lbs.
Dear Friends, Happy Halloween! As a kid Halloween was about decorating our house and pretending it was haunted. Other than character-based costumes there were no decorations to buy. We used ingenuity to create our sets and ways to scare trick-or-treaters.
Welcome to issue 76 of EatDrinkFilms. This week features two installments of Critics Corner with an emphasis on vivid humor: M.K. Brown and Paul Krassner view Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon and bring their own experiences to bear upon the movie’s version of events, while Robert Bloomberg and Ralph Eggleston […]
by Jenny Hammerton Audrey at Home is the kind of book that makes your heart glad. It’s a wonderful insight into the home life of a superstar, and it is fabulous that her son Luca Dotti has spent so much time putting to paper so many of his memories, and family recipes. For those of us […]