FTS is currintly running features every month that highlight different directors. This month we are celebrating the daring director Darren Aronofsky! See how you can help us spread the word about Darren Aprilofsky.
The Royal Tenenbaums, Wes Anderson’s third feature, sees a splintered family being reunited when the estranged patriach, played by a never-better Gene Hackman, claims to be dying. It’s one of my favorite Anderson films, and here’s some reasons why:
The Film Pasture Eps 13: Get A Life! I talk with Chris from After Credits and Mette from Lime Reviews and Strawberry Confessions about how we try to manage a blog and while maintaining our personal lives. Read more about it after the break and subscribe to the feed by clicking here!
I may be a bit of a novice when it comes to my own collection of Criterion films, but one must have for me is owning all of Wes Anderson’s films. When it comes to the fantastic special features each Criterion Collection film boasts, I love everything that comes with these movies. I’ll share with you some of the best features curated for each film.