Lisa Immordino Vreeland is a woman who enjoys the the world of art. Vreeland has already shined her light on two creators already, in her 2011 debut Diana Vreeland: The Has to Travel as well as her 2015 work Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict, and looks at the man who made nearly every facet of popular culture turn. Love, Cecil is an incisive look at author and designer Cecil Beaton, lifting the veil to explore a man fraught with insecurities. Vreeland talked to Film Radar about Love, Cecil, falling in love with the “bright young things” of the 1930s and more.
As I was going through my old posts, I found the below interview with Rob Stewart. I enjoyed chatting with him and was saddened to hear of his untimely passing. If you haven’t seen the documentary SHARKWATER, it is now on DVD and I highly recommend checking it out. It follows photographer and marine biologist […]
Director’s Statement by Ross Lipman My new film, Notfilm, is a documentary about the embattled collaboration between Nobel Prize-winning playwright Samuel Beckett and silent-era genius Buster Keaton. Beckett’s only work for projected cinema, aptly called Film, is in essence a chase film: the craziest ever committed to celluloid. I first read Beckett’s script for Film […]