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Lou Reed Concert Film Berlin Streaming Free Online for the Next Week

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SzuZfOZnp4 Last laughs can be sweet, and according to music journalist, Anthony DeCurtis, his friend, the late Lou Reed, “reveled” in the critical drubbing that greeted his 3rd solo album, 1973’s Berlin. Not immediately, however. Berlin, which followed hard on the heels of Reed’s widely adored Transformer, had a painful, protracted delivery. This was due in part due to RCA execs getting cold feet about releasing Reed’s grim concept record as a double albu...
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Watch: Six Filmmakers Briefly Talk About Their Love of Film Festivals

"We're truly one big family. It's a celebration of filmmakers and movies." The We Are One Global Film Festival held online through YouTube is wrapping up after almost 10 days of events & premieres. With so many film festivals cancelled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, a batch of them got together to host this special "online film festival" event - programming short films, features, Q&As, conversations, and much more. To wrap up, We Are One released six videos of acclaimed filmmaker...
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Julian Schnabel and Laurie Anderson in Conversation for Art News

The Art News has a piece this week featuring Julian Schnabel and Laurie Anderson in conversation about their early days in New York, their work, and Lou Reed. “He had insight into all sorts of things, and he had a lot of heart,” Schnabel says. “Berlin, the record he made in 1973, was one of my favorite […]
Tags: Art, New York, News, Berlin, Lou Reed, Art News, Minipost, Laurie Anderson, Julian Schnabel, Schnabel


Townhouse with Julian Schnabel-Designed Interiors on Market for $18.5 Million

The WSJ gives a tour of the $18.5 million New York Townhouse on sale this month, featuring interiors designed by Julian Schnabel.  The colorful home is currently inhabited by his first wife, Jacqueline. Read more at WSJ
Tags: Art, News, WSJ, Art News, Minipost, Julian Schnabel, New York Townhouse, Jacqueline Read


China’s Huanxi Media Buys Slate of Festival Films (EXCLUSIVE)

China’s Huanxi Media has acquired a slate of recent film titles that played prominently on the international festival circuit and collected multiple prizes. They include Julian Schnabel’s “At Eternity’s Gate”; Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck’s “Never Look Away”; Marcus H. Rosenmueller’s “The Keeper”; Ziad Doueiri’s “The Insult”; Andrzej Zulawski’s “Cosmo”; Frederic Tellier’s “Serial Killer 1” from […]
Tags: Asia, News, China, Global, Julian Schnabel, Huanxi Media, Capernaum, Andrzej Zulawski, Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, Ziad Doueiri, Never Look Away, Marcus H Rosenmueller, Frederic Tellier


Julian Schnabel Interviewed in The Guardian

Artist Julian Schnabel gives a frank interview in The Guardian this week, as the artist promotes his new directorial effort dedicated to the life of Van Gogh.  “Do you need to know that Caravaggio killed a guy at a tennis match to appreciate his paintings,” he asks at on point. “Have you ever seen a Caravaggio […]
Tags: Art, News, Van Gogh, Art News, Minipost, Julian Schnabel, Caravaggio


The Lou Reed Archive Opens at the New York Public Library: Get Your Own Lou Reed Library Card and Check It Out

This past October marked the fifth anniversary of Lou Reed’s death. This month marks what would have been his 77th birthday. It seems like as good a time as any to revisit his legacy. As of this past Friday, anyone can do exactly that in person at the New York Public Library. And they can do so with their own special edition NYPL Lou Reed library card. The NYPL has just opened to the public the Lou Reed Archive, “approximately 300 linear feet,” the library writes in a press release, “of paper r...
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Does Bradley Cooper Have A Shot At Winning Best Actor?

Well, we know how Sean Penn would vote in the Best Actor Oscar race, if he were a member of the Academy. In an op-ed for Deadline, Academy Award winner Penn wrote an invective explaining why A Star Is Born deserves to win it all. Penn especially heaped praise onto Bradley Cooper, the movie's director, writer, and star. "He's made the most successful contemporary love story of all time," Penn pronounced, while encouraging voters to participate in commending the movie while they can.Penn was comp...
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New Blu-ray Releases: ‘The Girl in the Spider’s Web’, ‘Overlord’, ‘At Eternity’s Gate’, ‘Valentine’, ‘Cobra’

This week’s Blu-ray round-up features a reboot of a remake, a rumored Cloverfield sequel that became something else, a tragic drama about a painter, a slasher movie set around Valentine’s Day, and Sylvester Stallone cutting up pizza with a pair of scissors. These are the new Blu-ray releases and their special features you should check out this week and beyond. The Girl In the Spider’s Web David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo remake is severely underrated. It’s a nasty, brutal...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Horror, Features, Sequels, Sony, Beverly Hills, Daniel Craig, Sylvester Stallone, Brigitte Nielsen, Oscar Isaac, David Fincher, Claire Foy, Rooney Mara, Van Gogh, Spider


Oscars 2019: Academy Award nominees respond to today’s nominations

The Academy Award nominations were announced today and here’s what actors, directors, writers and others had to say when they learned they made the list. The 91st Academy Awards will air live on ABC 5 p.m. Feb. 24. William Dafoe, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, “At Eternity’s Gate” I’m over the moon with this nomination. Playing Vincent Van Gogh in Julian Schnabel’s ‘At Eternity’s Gate’ was a gift. The making was so transforming and my working with Julian was so complete and clos...
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The “David Bowie Is” Exhibition Is Now Available as an Augmented Reality Mobile App That’s Narrated by Gary Oldman: For David Bowie’s Birthday Today

Maybe it’s too soon to divide pop music history into “Before David Bowie” and “After David Bowie,” but two years after Bowie’s death, it’s impossible to imagine pop music history without him. Yet, if there ever did come a time when future generations did not know who David Bowie is, they could do far worse than hear Gary Oldman tell the story. Luckily for them, and us, Oldman narrates the new David Bowie augmented reality app, which launches today on what would have been the legend’s 72n...
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The True Story Behind the Vincent van Gogh Biopic At Eternity’s Gate

At Eternity’s Gate tells the story of Vincent van Gogh’s final years in the south of France leading up to his death. While based on known details of the artist’s biography, director Julian Schnabel filled in the details to draw an even richer portrait of the artist’s life. As TIME movie critic Stephanie Zacharek puts…
Tags: Movies, News, Entertainment, France, Uncategorized, Julian Schnabel, Vincent Van Gogh, Eternity, Stephanie Zacharek


‘At Eternity’s Gate’ DP Benoit Delhomme on Working With Julian Schnabel

People who follow movies know that “At Eternity’s Gate,” which opened the Camerimage film festival and traces the tragic final two years in the life of Vincent van Gogh, is a film about a painter directed by another painter: Julian Schnabel, a successful New York artist who has also now helmed five features. Less well […]
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'At Eternity's Gate': Dafoe Is Van Gogh, And You Should Go

Julian Schnabel's "bold, blissful and deeply sad" film about Vincent Van Gogh's final days is as textured as the artist's canvases; Willem Dafoe delivers "one of the finest performances of the year."(Image credit: Lily Gavin/CBS Films)
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‘At Eternity’s Gate’ Review: An Exquisite Portrayal of van Gogh at Work

A magnificent Willem Dafoe stars in Julian Schnabel’s film, a work that Manohla Dargis calls “an argument for art.”
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Julian Schnabel Interviewed on Van Gogh Film in New York Magazine

Julian Schnabel is interviewed in New York Magazine this week, as he prepares to roll out his new film on Vincent Van Gogh, and offers his takes on the artist’s singular personality. “I don’t think he was crazy at all, and these myths that have been propagated are a disservice,” he says. “[People] think artists have to […]
Tags: Art, News, New York Magazine, Van Gogh, Art News, Minipost, Julian Schnabel, Vincent Van Gogh


Julian Schnabel Says Everything We Think We Know About Van Gogh Is Wrong

Schnabel, who has a new “course correction” movie (not a biopic, or something) about Van Gogh: “I didn’t think he was failed artist. He was doing exactly what he wanted to do, and success is not measured by sales or money. The reward is making the work, not other people agreeing with you.”
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Rupert Friend to Star in William Brent Bell’s Separation

Rupert Friend to star in William Brent Bell’s Separation Emmy nominee Rupert Friend (Homeland, Hitman: Agent 47) is set to star in Separation, directed by William Brent Bell and written by Nick Amadeus and Joshua Braun. Equally inspired by iconic family drama Kramer vs Kramer and contemporary supernatural thrillers like The Sixth Sense and Mama, Separation explores the horrifying consequences of divorce like no film before. Additional casting and story details will be announced at a later dat...
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"A game of brinkmanship began when the Musée d’Orsay here invited Julian Schnabel to choose paintings from its 19th-century collection to exhibit alongside his own works of art."

"At a certain moment the museum said: You can’t have this or that painting, so I said I can’t do it,' Mr. Schnabel said in a recent interview at the museum. 'I thought, if I can’t pick the paintings, there’s no reason for me to say that I picked the paintings.' The American artist and filmmaker, 66, had his eye on works by four artists in particular — Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Paul Cézanne — which the museum did not want to move from their usual places."In the...
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Julian Schnabel Profiled in NYT

Julian Schnabel is interviewed in the New York Times this week as he opens a show of his works shown alongside pieces from the collection of the Musée d’Orsay. “At a certain moment the museum said: ‘You can’t have this or that painting,’ so I said ‘I can’t do it,’ ” he says. “I thought, if I […]
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Julian Schnabel and the Great Painters, Side by Side

The visual artist and movie director has moved some pieces in the Musée d’Orsay’s collection, hanging his paintings alongside ones by van Gogh, Monet and Cézanne.
Tags: Art, Movies, News, Claude, Van Gogh, Monet, Vincent, PAUL, Julian Schnabel, Cezanne, Julian, Musee D'Orsay, Schnabel, Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de, Gogh Monet


Critic’s Notebook: This New York Film Festival Is Definitely Not Boring

It can be elitist, maddening and most of all inspiring — especially films like Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma” and Julian Schnabel’s “At Eternity’s Gate.”
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The Streamer’s Guide to the 2018 New York Film Festival: What Non-Festgoers Can Watch at Home

Most of the big movies of the fall have now premiered (although a few obvious exceptions remain to be unveiled) after their bows at Venice, Telluride and Toronto. Now it’s time for smaller, regional festivals to help further sort the wheat from the chaff. The New York Film Festival (NYFF), which kicks off this week, provides a perfect bridge to this next stage of the season. The festival features no world premieres, just a tightly curated slate of what the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s progr...
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Watch Willem Dafoe Become Vincent Van Gogh in Julian Schnabel’s New Film, At Eternity’s Gate

We know Julian Schnabel for working in two forms: painting and film. His work in both has more connection than it might at first seem, since most of his films are about art, or at least about artists. After making it big in the art world himself in the late 1970s and 1980s with his signature large-scale canvasses incorporating a wide variety of materials, he got behind the camera in 1996 to direct Basquiat, a biopic on the eponymous graffiti-artist-turned-painter. In the 2000s he followe...
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Film Festival Fave: “AT ETERNITY’S GATE” to Hit Theaters November 16, 2018. Trailer Included!

From the director of the “Diving Bell and the Butterfly”,Julian Schnabel’s  latest film, At Eternity’s Gate starring Willem Dafoe!     Directed by Julian Schnabel (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Before Night Falls, Basquiat) Screenplay by Jean Claude Carrière, Julian Schnabel, Louise Kugelberg Produced by Jon Kilik Starring Willem Dafoe, Mads Mikkelsen, Emmanuelle Seigner, […]
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Willem Dafoe Plays Vincent Van Gogh in Trailer for 'At Eternity's Gate'

"I'd like to find a new light… for paintings we haven't yet seen." CBS Films has unveiled an official trailer for the indie drama At Eternity's Gate, the latest feature made by artist & filmmaker Julian Schnabel (of Before Night Falls, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Miral). This film is about famous Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, starring Willem Dafoe as Van Gogh, telling the story of his final few years in France when he made the majority of his remarkable paintings. The story follows ...
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Julian Schnabel On Doing Some van Gogh Paintings Himself For ‘At Eternity’s Gate’

Julian Schnabel’s portrait of Vincent van Gogh’s artistically illuminated but mentally dark final period, “At Eternity’s Gate,” has world premiered positively at the Venice Film Festival where the artist and director spoke to Variety about making this movie about a painter that intends to be stand-out in the genre. You’ve directed a film about a […]
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Dafoe learned to paint for van Gogh role

Actor Willem Dafoe reveals he learnt to paint in order to play the role of Vincent van Gogh in director Julian Schnabel's latest film, "At Eternity's Gate," which premiered at the Venice Film Festival. (Sept. 4)            [Author: AP]
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Venice Film Review: Willem Dafoe in ‘At Eternity’s Gate’

“What do you paint?” The question comes from an asylum inmate who is seated next to Vincent van Gogh (Willem Dafoe). Van Gogh replies with a single word: “Sunlight.” That may be as good a description of van Gogh’s art as you’re likely to get. In his brief time on this planet (he died, in […]
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Julian Schnabel’s ‘At Eternity’s Gate’ Tapped as Closing Night Film of NYFF

Julian Schnabel’s “At Eternity’s Gate” will be the closing night film of the 56th New York Film Festival. The drama about the last days of Vincent van Gogh will screen at Alice Tully Hall on Oct. 12, and will be making its North American debut. CBS Films will release the film in theaters in November. […]
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