Woody Allen

WOODY ALLEN ON WRITING: 5 Quotes from the Prolific Screenwriter

Ty Budde collects 5 quotes from Woody Allen on the subject of writing from writing from the subconscious to stealing. 1. On writing from the subconscious: “What people who don’t write don’t understand is that they think you make up the line consciously — but you don’t. It proceeds from your unconscious. So it’s the Read MoreRead More

When Woody Allen first Got Serious

Scott Tobias looks at the time and place of Interiors (1978), Woody Allen’s first venture from comedy into dark drama. Before bringing Interiors into the world, Woody Allen spent a decade mastering a sophisticated form of low comedy, mingling the silly antics of the Marx brothers and Buster Keaton with the droll intellect of his stand-up and New Yorker magazine contributions. Read MoreRead More

Editor Alisa Lepselter Talks Blue Jasmine, Her 15th Woody Allen Collab

The Credits interviews Alisa Lepselter on her process working as Woody Allen’s editor. The Credits: You’ve been working with Woody Allen as editor since Sweet and Lowdown (1999). What’s your work process with him like and has it changed at all over time? Alisa Lepselter: Not that much has changed, in that because of the way he makes Read MoreRead More

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