When his novel G. won the Booker Prize in 1972, Berger gave half of the prize money to the Black Panthers.Read more "RIP John Berger"
Okay, now this could be good. Not because of James Franco, who often chooses lazy projects and sleepwalks through a lot of roles, but who can be impressive when he wants to be. Not because of Calvary‘s Marie-Josée Croze. Not because of Rachel McAdams, who along with Colin Farrell managed to avoid the critical panning […]Read more "Everything Will Be Fine Because Wim Wenders Is Behind The Camera"
by Niall McArdle I’ve admired the films of Werner Herzog for many years, both his fiction and non-fiction narratives. Encounters at the End of the World, his documentary on the scientists who live and work in Antarctica, should be required viewing for everyone, as should Cave of Forgotten Dreams, an astonishing, beautiful investigation of the 32,000 year-old Chauvet […]Read more "Does Werner Herzog regard his films as art? No."
By Niall McArdle John Schieffer is a contemporary American photo-realist painter. He graduated in 1995 from the Paier College of Art in Hamden, Connecticut . He worked as a children’s book illustrator at Mercer Mayer Productions. He has written and illustrated a children’s book of his own, Bearly Escaped. Schieffer lives with his family in […]Read more "“Second Glances”: Interview with Artist John Schieffer"