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Martin Scorsese on the Films of Roberto Rossellini – Conversations Inside The Criterion Collection

Director Martin Scorsese looks at the importance of three films by Italian director Roberto Rossellini, all starring Rossellini’s then-wife Ingrid Bergman. In the late 40s, Ingrid Bergman was the coolest, hottest, and most talented lady around Hollywood. She saw some Italian neo-realist films by Roberto Rossellini, wrote him a letter, starred in a number of Read MoreRead More

Martin Scorsese on the Importance of Film History

The cinema began with a passionate, physical relationship between celluloid and the artists and craftsmen and technicians who handled it, manipulated it, and came to know it the way a lover comes to know every inch of the body of the beloved. No matter where the cinema goes, we cannot afford to lose sight of Read MoreRead More

Scorsese’s New York

A visual love letter to New York City through the eyes and talents of its most enduring son, Martin Scorsese. A study in cinema on the aesthetic that Scorsese has distilled and reinvented over a five decade career, capturing America’s most vibrant and gritty urban environment. New York inspires Marty…Marty inspires New York. Edited by Read MoreRead More

Thelma Schoonmaker on Cutting “The Wolf of Wall Street”

She is the editing room Ginger Rogers to director Martin Scorsese’s Fred Astaire. The Wolf of Wall Street is her 17th feature with Scorsese in a 47-year working relationship, during which time she has taken home 3 Oscars. She talks to David Poland about cutting Wolf, cutting down Wolf, and the process she and Scorsese Read MoreRead More

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