Film Talk

THE GREATEST AMERICAN FILMS OF THE EIGHTIES: #29

By John H. Foote 29. MOSCOW ON THE HUDSON (1984) This gentle love story between two people, countries and their ways of life as they integrate into America was directed by Paul Mazursky, who gave audiences the superb An Unmarried Woman (1978) and eventually Enemies – A Love Story (1989). For me, Mazursky knocked it…

THE GREATEST AMERICAN FILMS OF THE SEVENTIES: #8

By John H. Foote 8. CABARET (1972) I consider this film to be the greatest musical film ever made. Watching Cabaret the first time was like seeing the birth of the American musical, nothing like it had even been made, nothing like it possessed such artistry. It felt as though a bolt of lightning had…

MORE FROM THE BANFF MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL

By Marie-Renee Goulet OUT THE BACK DOORS – Short Films 55 minutes – 4 films – Mountain Sports, Adventure & Exploration, Snow Sports “Leave your passport at home because sometimes the best journeys are those taken right out the back door. Running, fly fishing, bike-packing, and skiing adventures close to home – wherever that may be…