Tag: jimjarmusch

Criterion in April 2018: VIRGIN SUICIDES, DEAD MAN and a Bevy of Bergman

Apologies for the lateness of this posting, but since it's just you and me here, devoted fans of classy and extremely well-presented home video, allow me to say: the Criterion Collection's lineup is getting more and more exciting! In April...

AnarchyVision: THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE, JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2 and PATERSON

Another fine week of fine films, including sequels The Lego Batman Movie and John Wick: Chapter 2, as well as Jim Jarmusch's fine and poetic Paterson. Watch the video below....

NYC Weekend Picks, Jan 20-22: Dealing with Trump, Early Scorsese, Adapting Patricia Highsmith, Poetic Docs From Iran, and a Jarmusch Classic

I wasn’t with it, but just that very minute, it occurred to me the suckers had authority … – Public Enemy, “Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos”   Today is when it all goes down, figuratively and literally. Regardless of...

Review: PATERSON Charts A Remarkable Journey

A driver named Paterson in a town called Paterson played by a man named Driver - the rhyming seems almost too perfect. Yet Jim Jarmuch's latest, a delicate, poetic, often delightful musing on creativity and the art of listening, is...

PATERSON Trailer Premiere: Jim Jarmusch's lyrical drama is transporting

Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson, a lyrical drama that pivots around a bus driver who moonlights as a poet, looks uniquely intriguing even from his earlier works; which, if you think about it, is only the filmmaker being consistent. In the case...

Jim Jarmusch Set To Visit Mexico City For A Conference

The main concept of the Tag CDMX festival is to invite “great minds” to share their knowledge with the general public through conferences and workshops. Over the years, they have had great presence of filmmakers, such as James Cameron, Spike...

Blu-ray Review: Criterion Keeps BURROUGHS: THE MOVIE Alive

For NYU grad student Jim Jarmusch, being consistently presented with scenes like Patti Smith dancing on the tables of Max's Kansas City, while the band Television helmed the stage, was all part of the New York landscape. Meanwhile, his best friend...

Best Of 2014: Ben Umstead's Reflections And Favorites

As much as I can see 2014 packed to the gills with films people fell head over heels for, many of those mainstream and even ScreenAnarchy favorites will be vacant from this list, simply because I thought this was a...

The Stack: HALLOWEEN Deluxe Blu-Ray Box, Two From Drafthouse Films, And Synapse's CURTAINS

Welcome back to The Stack. It's me, Dave Canfield, throwing some Halloween coverage at ya. This year has seen some amazing releases. In addition to what is mentioned in the headline, I recommend the Universal Classic Monsters 30 Film DVD Box...

Review: ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE Brings A Cosmopolitan Maturity To The Ailing Vampire Genre

Detroit is the new Transylvania in Jim Jarmusch's delightfully detached vampire reverie Only Lovers Left Alive. The film manages to build significantly upon and outdo Neil Jordan's recent Byzantium in terms of clawing back the genre from its more recent...

ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE: International Trailer Brings The Sexy Ennui

Jim Jarmusch is at his most Jarmuschian as he envisions immortal vampires who have seen it all, have traversed around all the urban centres of the world before settling in old Detroit; as gothic a place as one might find in America...

TIFF 2013 Review: ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE Brings A Cosmopolitan Maturity to the Ailing Vampire Genre

Detroit is the new Transylvania in Jim Jarmusch's delightfully detached vampire reverie, Only Lovers Left Alive. The film manages to significantly build upon and outdo Neil Jordan's recent Byzantium in terms of clawing back the genre from its more recent sparkly...

Sitges 2013 to Open With GRAND PIANO

My favourite fantastic film festival has come out of the gate swinging with the first announcement of titles for the 2013 edition, and so far it's a pretty exciting line-up. The festival will open with local favourite Eugenio Mira's Grand...

Jarmusch's ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE Added To Cannes Competition

Only Lovers Left Alive - the Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston starring vampire picture from inconoclastic indie director Jim Jarmusch - has been announced as a late addition to the competition lineup at the Cannes Film Festival. Jarmusch was last...