Only in Theaters, a love letter to cinema that tells the story of the Laemmle family and the American Dream, is now available on DVD. When I first spoke to Raphael Sbarge last fall, there were some technical issues that prevented the interview from being recorded. He was gracious enough to redo the interview earlier this year, which you can read right here. When we first spoke, he mentioned Kino Lorber being interested in releasing…"Only In Theaters Arrives on DVD"
Filmmaker Nicole Holofcener reunites with her Enough Said star Julia Louis-Dreyfus in the very hysterical You Hurt My Feelings. Every relationship is built on trust. What if your significant other tells you one thing in private and then something else completely different behind your back? This is the premise of the new comedy from Holofcener. Beth Mitchell (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) is a novelist but marriage shortly goes off the deep end after she hears her therapist…"You Hurt My Feelings – Sundance 2023"
Only In Theaters isn’t just a love letter to cinema but a story about the Laemmle family and living the American Dream. Over the course of two and a half years, filmmaker Raphael Sbarge traces the family’s history all the way back to the 1930s. He was given complete access and full creative control in telling their story. While the final run time is about an hour and a half, the initial cut ran around…"Only In Theaters: The Laemmle Family and the American Dream"
Oscar winners Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are reportedly teaming up on The Last Duel, a 14th century period piece with a focus on rape. The film, titled The Last Duel, is based on Eric Jager’s 2004 novel, The Last Duel: A True Story of Crime, Scandal, and Trial by Combat in Medieval France. Per Deadline, the novel is being adapted into a screenplay by Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, and Nicole Holofcener. Filmmaker Ridley Scott…"Matt Damon, Ben Affleck team up for Rape-focused Film"
Based on the book of the same name, The Land of Steady Habits is more comedy than drama in this newest film from Nicole Holofcener. When we first meet Anders Hill (Ben Mendelsohn), he has retired from working in finance and is sleeping with other women after divrcing his ex-wife, Helene (Edie Falco). Okay–so he’s a womanizer. At first, a totally unlikable character, we’re finding ourselves gravitated towards rooting for him. It makes so sense–I know–but this…"TIFF 2018: The Land of Steady Habits"