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What if Anderson, Tarantino, Goddard, or Lynch Directed The Super Bowl?

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  As we finalize our chips-and-dip plans for Super Bowl XLIV, we were pleased today to see SlateV’s nifty little vid offering speculative takes on what it would look like if some of our favorite filmmakers directed the “big game”. Here, classic tackles are given that extra Tarantino crunch a la “Kill Bill”, Eli Manning has a Lynchian freak out ... Read More »

News: Music, The Book

New York based photographer, author and filmmaker Andrew Zuckerman is set to release yet another highly anticipated book entitled Music, a follow-up to his acclaimed Creature and Wisdom. Music explores the the process of making music, the power of music and the experience of writing, producing and performing through interviews with fifty musicians, artists, composers and producers whose genre range ... Read More »

Machu Picchu Reopens in April, Trading Coke for Tourists, and Scorsese Does Coco

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  Columbia continues to try to switch its leading industry from cocaine production to tourism, sometimes with nasty overlaps. (Matador)   Martin Scorsese’s next project will have him directing a short film for superbrand Chanel. (My Fashion Life)   After seven deaths, thousands homeless, and hundreds of tourists stranded, Maccu Picchu is returning to normal after disruptive mudslides damaged nearby ... Read More »

The Prado at 60 Mph, Alternate Carnivals, and Where to Drink at NYFW

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Porto da Pedra School of Samba is planning a tribute to fashion for this year’s Carnival in Rio with a collection of appropriately festive costumes. (JC Report)   Oh, and here are some alternative Carnival destinations in case you’ve already done everything (and everyone) in Rio. (Matador)   High speed arting! Get in and out of the Prado in less ... Read More »

The Criterion Conversation (Part Two)

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Last week we chatted with Criterion Collection producer Susan Arosteguy about the new Criterion edition of Wim Wenders’ homage to Berlin, ‘Wings of Desire’, which comes out November 3. We had so much to talk about — after all, Arosteguy has been with Criterion since the laserdisc days, working with directors like Wes Anderson and Richard Linklater and even the ... Read More »

A Ride on the ‘Darjeeling Limited’

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What better way to shake off the Mondays than by dreaming of travel to exotic lands. Today, let’s head to India for a ride on ‘The Darjeeling Limited,’ Wes Anderson’s filmic train tour of Rajasthan, which runs from Jodhpur to Jaisalmer. All aboard, after the jump!       Read More »

A Calgary Cowboy Holiday

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Ang Lee’s groundbreaking 2005 romance ‘Brokeback Mountain’ features sweeping vistas of Wyoming’s Big Horn mountains and prairie. But if you want to get to Brokeback Mountain, you’ll need to head a little further north to Alberta Canada.   Read More »

Starring LA

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Hollywood is the home of the film industry, and the city has had a long and complex life on the screen. Whether the city is glammed up, dressed down, or used as a backlot backdrop, there’s a lot about LA you can learn by watching movies. Inspired by his city’s starring roles, film lover Thom Anderson exhaustively analyzed its relationship ... Read More »

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