I am the movies editor for Goings On About Town and the author of “Everything Is Cinema: The Working Life of Jean-Luc Godard.”
Droll screenshot from The Happy Ending, an exquisite-looking movie that I watched wanting to screenshot through:
For the day after Mahler's 160th birthday, a favorite performance: Hermann Scherchen's jaggedly modernistic 1950 live recording of the 9th:
Nothing but contempt for @nytimes serving as a mouthpiece for tyranny. Some ideas are moral enormities, outside the bounds of reason, even if spewed by an elected official; big difference between reporting on the fact that someone says it and giving that person a platform.
A director drinking until tomorrow morning after winning some awards is the next Hong Sang-soo movie.
Nothing but contempt for the Mr. Potters who are shutting down FilmStruck. Also, never trust streaming: own or lose.