3 Women: Altman’s Dreamscape of Identity

3 Women came to Altman mostly in the form of a dream that the director felt possessed the qualities and shape of a film…it is one of Altman’s most captivating  pictures whose images, just as a dream, return to haunt us, each time adding layers to our initial reading.

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M*A*S*H: When Robert Altman Went To War And Made Us Laugh

Robert Altman really didn’t want to make M*A*S*H (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) with a lead actor or one particular plot. This was to be an ensemble, something still new to Altman, as he was relatively new to the filmmaking big league. But the ensemble picture was an accomplished format, one he would feel at home […]

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VOTE – The Greatest Films of Ingmar Bergman

On the 14th July iconic Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman would have turned 100 years-old. Sadly no longer with us, we are extremely passionate about making sure the celebrations are, above all, cinematic. Bergman was a filmmaker who more than earned his acclaim, and any excuse to honor his vast work is a welcome treat. So […]

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