In this blog post we wanted to take a particular look at the films he selected from 1970, a topic he is currently studying in some depth (which has led to some rumors) for a retrospective he recently programmed.Afterwards, check out the masterclass yourself (here, at the Tarantino Archives).Charmingly titled “Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Beast,” the show opens on a (purposefully) stereotypical moonlit night deep in the Oregon woods.A blood-curdling scream interrupts a couple of stoners who are busy huffing paint fumes. Pilot (original airdate: 09/22/82) The series begins with a clash of values as Steven and Elyse are distraught that Alex is bringing a date to a restricted social club.The smitten Alex is thrilled at the thought of escorting pretty, budding socialite Kimberly Blanton to her country clubs dance, but Steven and Elyse are appalled that their son would set foot in a restricted club and agonize over whether to impose their values on him.Everything but the kitchen sink Everyone agrees it’s been a stellar year for UK filmmaking, but what I find most interesting is that the year’s best British films all saw directors take a hammer to our narrow filmmaking traditions (kitchen sink dramas, literary adaptations, gothic horrors), then reassemble them to fit their own sensibilities.Andrea Arnold soaked her take on the year’s unexpected blockbuster, rolled into town.
Written by Gary David Goldberg Directed by Asaad Kelada Guest stars: Cindy Fisher (as Kimberly Blanton), John Petlock as Mr. (Emily) Blanton, Maurice Marsac as Roger Note: Jennifer is 9 years old, Alex is 17 years old. Elyse D'Arc (04/11/83) Steven feels shortchanged when Elyse becomes preoccupied with volunteer work.gave an extremely exciting and much anticipated master class.It mainly focused on 70s cinema, but there’s more to it than just that.Quentin presented this classic at the opening night gala for a 35mm screening in front of 5,000 people. In ’74 George Roy Hill won an Oscar for The Sting, he died in 2002 at the proud age of 81, he remains one of the world’s greatest directors and leaves behind a cinematic heritage that is very dear to our heart.On Blu Ray: | uk | A smash hit epic about the famous World War II general who was known both for his flamboyance and tough as nails reputation. Scott gives a truly brilliant performance in the lead role (very different from his comical turn in Dr. Winner of seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay.