Posts Tagged ‘Film Critics
Back when I ran the BaltiCon Short Film Festival, we made sure each entrant got some earnest written feedback from the judges for their trouble. The modern Sundance ethic is to charge filmmakers $150 for a one-day seminar to give them feedback on the hundreds of entrants overall, in bulk, as it were. Why didn’t […]
Prime example here is Clash of the Titans. I wasn’t really thrilled even with the original. Sounds like the remake is even less thrilling. When a movie is “fine for what it is.” – Indie Eye – Blogs – IFC.com.
The show founded by Siskel and Ebert, while still profitable, is apparently not profitable enough. “Theatrical distribution is now dominated by the big-budget, heavily marketed 3-D of the Week. Such films have a success utterly independent of critics.” via Final Season for ‘At the Movies’ – NYTimes.com.
Wow! I thought Hollywood was doing better than ever! On the other hand, less major studio titles per year has to mean less ad revenue, etc. I remeber going to Hamilton News Mart weekly to pick up that huge Variety paper of the 60’s and 70’s. Variety Drops Chief Film and Theater Critics | The […]
There’s such a thing as too much Kool Aid. Commentary » Blog Archive » A New York Times Embarrassment That’s Not on the Front Page.