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Tuesday, May 1, 2018
50 YEARS AGO TODAY, MURDER A LA MOD
1968 OPENING PARTY WITH BARTEL'S SHORT, 'SECRET CINEMA' AT THE GATE IN NY

Posted by Geoff at 8:17 PM CDT
Updated: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 10:40 PM CDT
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Monday, April 30, 2018
DE PALMA TO PRESENT MASTERCLASS, SIGN BOOKS
AFTER SCREENING OF 'CASUALTIES OF WAR' JUNE 2ND AT PARIS CINEMATHEQUE; LAGIER TO PRESENT 'PHANTOM'
https://www.angelfire.com/de/palma/depalmamasterclass2018.jpgLa Cinémathèque in Paris will present a Masterclass with Brian De Palma on June 2nd. The Masterclass, which will follow a screening of De Palma's Casualties Of War, will be hosted by Bernard Benoliel. Immediately after the Masterclass, Susan Lehman will join De Palma in the bookstore to sign copies of their novel, Are Snakes Necessary?

The event is part of a full retrospective of De Palma's films that kicks off May 31st with Blow Out. On June 7th, Luc Lagier will present De Palma's Phantom Of The Paradise, after which Lagier will discuss the film, and also look at De Palma's career.

As previously reported, a few days prior to De Palma's Cinémathèque Masterclass, De Palma and Lehman will sign copies of Are Snakes Necessary? at 7pm May 30th at Librairie Millepages in Vincennes, an eastern suburb of Paris.

Previously:
Paris Cinémathèque teases De Palma Retrospective


Posted by Geoff at 8:24 PM CDT
Updated: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 8:10 AM CDT
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Thursday, April 26, 2018
GERRIT GRAHAM & 'PHANTOM' IN SYRACUSE SATURDAY
DAY-LONG SALT CITY HORROR FEST INCLUDES ON-STAGE DISCUSSION w/GRAHAM, 'PHANTOM' IN 35MM
https://www.angelfire.com/de/palma/phantomsaltcity.jpgGerrit Graham will spend a good part of his day at the 13th annual Salt City Horror Fest, which takes place at The Palace Theatre in Syracuse, New York, this Saturday, April 28th. Brian De Palma's Phantom Of The Paradise, which features Graham as Beef, has the prime time slot in the fest at 6:45pm, following a sold-out VIP dinner with the guests. All of the movies at the fest are screened from 35mm prints.

Aside from Phantom Of The Paradise, Graham has two other movies in this year's line-up: Chud 2: Bud The Chud, and the closing film of the day (at 12:36 at night!), an "extremely rare 35mm print" of TerrorVision, courtesy of Full Moon Entertainment and Charles Band. Graham first takes the stage at 1:55pm to talk about his career ("from De Palma to Star Trek & beoyond," teases the schedule). At 2:20pm, David Irving, the director of Chud 2: Bud The Chud, joins Graham as a lead-in to that film's screening.

The day kicks off with the original King Kong from 1933.


Posted by Geoff at 8:04 PM CDT
Updated: Thursday, April 26, 2018 8:06 PM CDT
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Wednesday, April 25, 2018
TWEET - GALAXY STUDIOS BUSY IN POST ON 'DOMINO'
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Posted by Geoff at 11:13 AM CDT
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DE PALMA & LEHMAN NOVEL - 'ARE SNAKES NECESSARY?'
POLITICAL THRILLER TO BE PUBLISHED IN FRANCE MAY 16
https://www.angelfire.com/de/palma/lesserpents.jpgBrian De Palma has taken an idea he had for a movie, and, with co-author Susan Lehman, written a novel-- a political thriller titled Are Snakes Necessary? The book, translated into French by Jean Esch, will be published in France by Rivages on May 16, 2018, with the title, Les serpents sont-ils nécessaires ? De Palma and Lehman will sign copies of the book at 7pm May 30th at Librairie Millepages in Vincennes, an eastern suburb of Paris.

The Google-assisted translation of the book's plot goes something like this:
Barton Brock is director of the campaign for a US Senator named Joe Crump. Unscrupulous, he judges that all shots are allowed, which is why he is recruiting a young waitress named Elizabeth de Carlo to compromise the opponent of Crump, a notorious Don Juan. But Elizabeth has more than one trick up her sleeve ...

While the novel is a thriller, both the title and the cover art suggest more than a tinge of playfulness-- and both evoke Preston Sturges' comedy The Lady Eve (1941). As David Bordwell points out in a post about movie in-jokes, near the beginning of The Lady Eve, the protagonist, played by Henry Fonda, is reading a book with the title, Are Snakes Necessary? "No such book exists, more’s the pity," Bordwell writes. "The title pays comic reference to James Thurber’s 1929 best-selling satire on marriage manuals, Is Sex Necessary? and confirms the snake-as-phallus imagery that isn’t exactly underplayed in the rest of the film. Sturges revisited the gag phrase when he proposed Is Marriage Necessary? as the title for a later picture. Unsurprisingly, it didn’t pass the censor, and instead we got a more anodyne title, The Palm Beach Story (1942)."

In recently published update of the book Brian De Palma : entretiens avec Samuel Blumenfeld et Laurent Vachaud, De Palma revealed a bit more of how the novel came together:

My partner Susan Lehman and I wrote a novel together you know? A political thriller, according to an idea I had for a scenario. I am very good at designing the plot and dialogues, it's the characters, and all the rest has been written together [with four hands]. It was sent to one of my agents at ICM who didn't know what to do with it. I think it's very commercial material. And as I am in France, I thought maybe I could edit it in your country. I sent the manuscript to a friend in Paris who recommended an editor in France, we'll see. As you get older, you always have ideas, but it's more difficult to be able to mount them when you reach an age like mine. So it's easier to make novels. Kazan knew that too.

What is the subject of your novel?

It's pretty close to Blow Out. I combined several ideas that I had. The main character is a senator who comes to the elections. There is also his campaign director, a malicious character, and a photographer who finds himself hired to take pictures on a film that is the French version of Vertigo! After all, you know that Vertigo is inspired by a French novel by Boileau and Narcejac. There's all this and I had a lot of fun. We did this last summer.


In 2008, De Palma had written an as-yet-unproduced screenplay called Tabloid. According to Screen Daily's Denis Seguin, Tabloid is "a political thriller inspired by political and personal imbroglios of Democratic presidential nominee John Edwards – with a serial killer thrown in." Seguin added that producer Jennifer Weiss "described the project as exploring De Palma’s core themes: politics, sex and murder."


Posted by Geoff at 12:43 AM CDT
Updated: Wednesday, April 25, 2018 12:50 AM CDT
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Monday, April 23, 2018
DE PALMA, DE NIRO, PACINO, LEVINSON POST-SCARFACE
PAGE SIX: TRIBECA FEST - "INTIMATE VIP GATHERING" DINED TOGETHER THURSDAY NIGHT
https://www.angelfire.com/de/palma/denirodinesscarface.jpgThe following was posted today by Ian Mohr at Page Six:
There was an intimate VIP gathering after the “Scarface” reunion at the Tribeca Film Festival, spies said.

Walking into the Carlyle following a screening at the Beacon Theatre were director Brian De Palma and star Al Pacino, along with Robert De Niro, Barry Levinson and Marthe Keller, Pacino’s co-star from the 1977 film “Bobby Deerfield.”

The high-powered group took over a table in the lower level of the Gallery.

Levinson’s latest HBO project, “Paterno,” stars Pacino, while his previous HBO film, “The Wizard of Lies,” was with De Niro and “Scarface” star Michelle Pfeiffer.

Also there were De Niro’s wife, Grace, and Levinson’s wife, Dianna.


Recently:
De Niro recalls younger days w/De Palma
Pics & quotes from Scarface event at Tribeca
Levinson took Paterno in different direction, long after De Palma had left the project

Posted by Geoff at 7:54 PM CDT
Updated: Tuesday, April 24, 2018 10:58 PM CDT
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Sunday, April 22, 2018
KOPPELMAN SAYS IT WAS WRONG OF HIM
"I NEVER SHOULD HAVE PUBLICLY SAID ANYTHING AGAINST DE PALMA'S WORK"
https://www.angelfire.com/de/palma/koppelman2018.jpgAfter the Daily Mail misidentified him as the moderator who made things a bit awkward at this past Thursday's Scarface reunion at Tribeca, Brian Koppelman posted a brief series of tweets to explain why he did not ultimately end up moderating that on-stage discussion. In a final tweet about the matter, Koppelman added that he "never should have publicly said anything against DePalma's work 10 years back. I was tired at the end of a junket. It's wrong for any filmmaker to do that about another. I was looking forward to really making this night special for him, the cast and the audience."

Taken together, the tweets stated:
Hey @DailyMail-- I wasn't the moderator at the Scarface panel. I didn't ask that question. I wasn't even in the room. I was, originally, going to be the moderator, but it was changed the morning of.

I have interviewed hundreds of people on my podcast. There is zero chance I would have asked Michelle Pfeiffer that question. If you've ever listened to my pod, you know that.

1) And further, now that this is being falsely attributed to me, let me say this: I prepared really hard to do the panel and was really looking forward to it. But someone on here sent DePalma an old quote of mine, and he had me kicked off the panel the morning of the event.

2) I had said, 10 years ago, that he didn't deserve to be thought of in the same way Scorsese, Coppola, Lucas and Spielberg are. And when I was first asked to do the gig, I warned the people to get DePalma's approval. They did. And then, at the last minute, he booted me.

3) Well, I hope he's happy with the result. For the record, I think Scarface is a masterpiece. And that Pfeiffer's performance captured the mood of that place and moment in time better than almost anything or anyone ever. END.

btw, I never should have publicly said anything against DePalma's work 10 years back. I was tired at the end of a junket. It's wrong for any filmmaker to do that about another. I was looking forward to really making this night special for him, the cast and the audience.


Previously:
Capone Rising screenwriter to moderate tonight's Scarface discussion at Tribeca

Posted by Geoff at 11:59 PM CDT
Updated: Monday, April 23, 2018 7:11 PM CDT
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Friday, April 20, 2018
PICS, QUOTES FROM LAST NIGHT'S 'SCARFACE' EVENT
DE PALMA TIES MOVIE IN TO WHAT'S HAPPENING TODAY; AWKWARD QUESTION POSED TO PFEIFFER; MORE
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Sometime during the day yesterday leading up to last night's Scarface 35th anniversary event at the Tribeca Film Festival, Brian Koppelman was quietly replaced as scheduled moderator of the post-screening discussion, and Koppelman had removed the retweet of the Tribeca post mentioning his name. The discussion ended up being moderated by Jesse Kornbluth, who, nevertheless, managed to ask Michelle Pfeiffer a question that, by all accounts, made everyone feel awkward and garnered boos from the audience, coming to Pfeiffer's defense.

Elsewhere in the on-stage discussion, according to AP's Jake Coyle, Brian De Palma slyly linked Tony Montana to an unnamed Donald Trump: "I've always been interested about making movies about people who start rather humbly and then acquire a great deal of power and then ultimately isolate themselves and live in their own world. Could that be anything we're experiencing now?" De Palma said, laughing.

Coyle's article continues:

The reunion wasn't without its hitches. When the post-screening panel moderator Jesse Kornbluth — as seemingly an opening to discuss Pfeiffer's character's gaunt, cocaine-snorting habits — asked the actress how much she weighed when making the film, boos echoed around the theater. But the affection the crowd had for "Scarface" was palpable throughout the evening, with applause bursting out frequently during the nearly three-hour film for favorite scenes and cherished lines.

De Palma's 1983 film, penned by Oliver Stone, was a remake of the Howard Hawks-directed 1932 gangster film of the same name. (De Palma even dedicated the film to Hawks and screenwriter Ben Hecht.) The project began with Pacino being enthralled by the original.

"I was completely taken with Paul Muni's performance," said Pacino. "After I saw that, I thought: I want to be Paul Muni. I want to act like that."

The idea to update the immigrant story to Cuban refugees in Miami came from filmmaker Sidney Lumet, who was briefly attached to direct. The Mariel boatlift in 1980 brought some 125,000 refugees to Florida from Fidel Castro's Cuba. (An updated, Los Angeles-set remake to "Scarface" has been rumored, with "Training Day" filmmaker Antoine Fuqua recently attached to direct a script by David Ayer, Jonathan Herman and Joel and Ethan Coen.)

De Palma's film was a box office hit, the 16th highest grossing film of the year. But it received mixed reviews. Though some, including Roger Ebert, raved about it, critics like David Ansen of Newsweek called it "grand, shallow, decadent entertainment." Yet for many, its reputation has grown over the years, especially on dorm-room walls and in hip-hop, where "Scarface" became a revered influence.

"It's caught on in such a way, and we have experienced it," said Pacino. "This wasn't the way it started. When 'Scarface' first came out, it was extremely controversial."

The hyper-violent film initially received an "X'' rating from the Motion Picture Association of America's ratings board. De Palma said he went through three edits on the film without receiving an "R'' rating before he and producer Martin Bregman decided to withdraw any changes.

"Marty said, 'We'll go to war with these people,'" said De Palma, still relishing the battle. "And that's what we did."

Some also took issue with how the film depicted Cuban immigrants as vicious drug-dealers at a time when many were trying to get a foothold in the United States.

"A lot of the old-school Cubans were concerned with me almost to the point that they weren't really sure that my participation in a Hollywood movie was worth me downgrading or degrading or tainting the image of their accomplishments in the new society," said the Cuban-born Bauer. "What I tried to convey to them was: Relax, man. It's a movie."

Pfieffer, too, said she's been asked over the years about playing a female character with so little agency in "Scarface."

"I felt that by allowing people to observe who this character is and the sacrifices that she's made said more (than) getting up on any soap box and preaching to people," said Pfeiffer.

The actress added that her experience acting alongside Pacino was life-changing.

"One of the things that hit me the strongest was watching him fiercely protect character, really at all costs and without any sort of apology," said Pfeiffer. "I have always tried to emulate that. I try to be polite about it. I think that's what really makes great acting."

Pacino also shared one of his most vivid memories. While filming the final shootout, he burned his hand badly enough to shut shooting down for two weeks. "I grabbed the barrel of the gun I just fired. My hand stuck to it. It just stuck to it," said Pacino. Pacino promptly left the set to be bandaged at a hospital.

"This nurse comes up to me later and she says, 'You're Al Pacino.' I said 'Yeah.' And she said, 'I thought you were some scumbag,'" Pacino recalled chuckling. "There's something there."


Posted by Geoff at 10:40 AM CDT
Updated: Saturday, April 21, 2018 2:55 AM CDT
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Thursday, April 19, 2018
TRIBECA - DE NIRO RECALLS YOUNGER DAYS W/ DE PALMA
"BRIAN ALWAYS GOT A KICK OUT OF WHATEVER WE TRIED AS ACTORS"
https://www.angelfire.com/de/palma/deniroweddingprodpic.jpgThe New York Times posted "Robert De Niro’s Top Picks for the Tribeca Film Festival" the other day, and right at the top of the list was tonight's 35th anniversary restoration screening of Brian De Palma's Scarface. "I worked with De Palma in our younger days on The Wedding Party," De Niro told the NY Times. "Then Greetings and Hi, Mom! Brian always got a kick out of whatever we tried as actors, whether it was improv or other things, he got great joy out of watching us. I remember when Al was thinking about directors for Scarface, telling him, 'I hope you do it with De Palma.'"

Meanwhile, here's what Time Out New York's Joshua Rothkopf posted about tonight's screening in an article titled, "The 10 best movies at Tribeca Film Festival 2018" -- "A slutty piece of Giorgio Moroder–drenched ’80s decadence that has since become a culture-changing classic (funny how we critics sometimes get it wrong), Brian De Palma’s lurid 1983 crime saga is endlessly quotable. And say hello to our little friends: De Palma, Al Pacino, Steven Bauer and the fearless Michelle Pfeiffer will reunite for an onstage conversation afterward."

Posted by Geoff at 9:29 AM CDT
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TRIBECA - 'CAPONE RISING' WRITER TO MODERATE TONIGHT
KOPPELMAN IN 2010: I DON'T THINK DE PALMA HAS LEGITIMATE PLACE ON LIST OF LEGENDARY DIRECTORS
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The on-stage discussion following tonight's Tribeca Film Festival screening of Scarface will be moderated by Brian Koppelman. Koppelman and his longtime writing partner David Levien, who are both currently involved as creators of Showtime's Billions, were the original screenwriters for the Untouchables prequel, Capone Rising, back in 2004 when Antoine Fuqua was attached to direct. (Full circle to today, Fuqua is back on board to direct a new version of Scarface.) Brian De Palma stepped in as director of Capone Rising in 2006, and at some point asked David Rabe to do a rewrite.

In 2010, after the prequel became mired in red tape over who owned the untouchable rights to what/where/when, Koppelman and Levien were interviewed by Coming Soon's Edward Douglas about a movie they had just co-directed, Solitary Man. Douglas also asked them about Capone Rising:

Levien: "The Untouchables" is a situation where Art Linson is the producer and like right in the beginning, before we finished a second draft, he attached Brian De Palma to direct it, and as De Palma's fortunes have gone in Hollywood over his last couple of movies, that's the future of where "The Untouchables" has gone.

Koppelman: On the list of legendary directors, I don't think Brian De Palma has a legitimate place... so most guys who are considered masters I love and admire, and I think De Palma has had a long free ride that's deservedly coming to an end.

[Douglas]: Really? So you're saying that as long he's attached to it, it will never get made?

Koppelman: I don't think it will. Hopefully he'll drop off the movie though, and then they can find a great director for it.

Levien: Mamet says that Hollywood is the most obvious place in the world, so [De Palma's] movies have done so badly lately that the studios [don't] want to hire him right now. If he finds a way to make a movie that is well-received and a big hit, then it's an obvious place, they'll probably think it's a great idea. It's just not something we can affect right now.

Koppelman: Linson is a true impresario and an awesome movie producer and if anyone can figure out how to revive that, he'll do it.

Levien: Or maybe at some point, De Palma will let it go or Linson will decide that he wants to take it to somebody else. Art's a really loyal guy to the guys he's worked with, so it's likely they're fine the way it is and they'll just make it one day. They play like a long game.

[Douglas]: At this point, it's doubtful you could get anyone from the original movie back.

Levien: That was never the intention, because it's the prequel, so it would have been weird.


Tonight's Koppelman-moderated on stage discussion with De Palma, Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Steven Bauer should be very interesting.

Posted by Geoff at 12:59 AM CDT
Updated: Thursday, April 19, 2018 1:12 AM CDT
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