Stanley Kubrick’s classic black comedy, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, remains a genius political satire. This is a film that is surprisingly still relevant even some 20 years into the 21st century. Obviously, the film features one of the most iconic lines in cinema history but that’s beside the point. You could still make this film today. There is a lot happening in the span of 94…"Dr. Strangelove Remains A Genius Political Satire"
The Ghost of Peter Sellers takes director Peter Medak back in time to heal from the wounds of the disastrous production of Ghost in the Noonday Sun in 1973. Even though it’s been some 40+ years since Peter Medak directed the film, there’s still some hurt. Nobody could blame him with the way that Peter Sellers treated those involved with the film. Sellers is a legendary name in the world of comedy. This was the guy…"DOC NYC 2018: The Ghost of Peter Sellers"