On July 15, 1974, Christine Chubbuck, a field reporter for a small news station in Sarasota, Fla., requested and received a rare on-camera appearance during a live broadcast. She read a couple of stories, including a report about a shooting the previous day at a local restaurant, but the footage queued up for segment jammed, leaving Chubbuck to move on to the next page in the stack.
The director has made a career populating her films with characters that choose the difficult path in life. In the final section of Kelly Reichardt's new film Certain Women-which tells three interconnected stories about the unsettled lives of several women in Montana-Jamie (Lily Gladstone), a ranch hand, begins to audit a twice-weekly adult education course taught by Beth, (Kristen Stewart), a lawyer who lives four hours away.
Before making his feature debut with 2008's , director Steve McQueen was already firmly established as one of Britain's boldest young visual artists, having produced short experimental films, sculptures, and a commission project called "Queen And Country" that commemorated the deaths of British troops in Iraq through 155 sheets of stamps.
What Ford doesn't know is that Bernard is already making that mistake. Ford considers it an act of mercy to make the hosts forget what happens to them every day, but Bernard is secretly testing that theory on Dolores - partly out of scientific curiosity, partly out of personal need.
As Spinal Tap lead guitarist Nigel Tufnel - wearer of anatomically correct t-shirts, owner of amplifiers that go to "11," writer of delicate compositions like "Lick My Love Pump" - Christopher Guest, along with director Rob Reiner and his co-writers/bandmates Michael McKean and Harry Shearer, turned 1984's This Is Spinal Tap into a devastatingly funny dissection of rock pomposity.
Enlarge this image On July 15th, 1974, Christine Chubbuck, a field reporter for a small news station in Sarasota, Florida, requested and received a rare on-camera appearance during a live broadcast.
There is precisely one attempted coup de cinema in the Jesse Owens biopic Race, which otherwise defaults to the backlot handsomeness of other Great Men tributes from Hollywood. In 1935, Owens (Stephan James), then a Freshman sensation on the Ohio State University track team, returns to the locker room after practice and has a run-in with members of the unintegrated football team, who pepper...
For the next three weeks, Vulture is holding its annual pop-culture bracket. In 2015, we battled it out for the best high-school TV show; this year, we're determining the greatest couple on television in the past 30 years.
Of the crew chiefs behind the scenes, Lee Sizemore, the park's creative director, may be vulgar and narrow-minded, but his instinct to make Westworld more theme park-like seems wise with regard to its long-term viability. Played by a cheerfully lusty Simon Quarterman, Sizemore announces a splashy new attraction, a story line that "will make Hieronymus Bosch look like he was doodling kittens."
Based on the Paula Hawkins' bestselling novel, The Girl on the Train is a whodunit constructed through an ornate latticework of multiple narrators, temporal jumps, blackouts, constant misdirection, and out-and-out red herrings. There are a good four or five possible suspects, each waved at the audience like a red cape in front of a bull, with the lance awaiting on the other side.
Muck Rack makes it simple to find people, tweets, or articles that mention any name, keyword, company, hashtag etc. We've compiled this guide to help you make the most of your search.
Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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