The Lebanon Daily News
An intriguing look at media's first great mogul
William Randolph Hearst, newspaper and magazine publisher, movie producer and one of the most influential men in America prior to World War II, is shown in a scene from 'Citizen Hearst.' William Randolph Hearst has intrigued me ever since I learned that Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane" was based partly on his life.
Mon May 13, 2013
It Might Have Been
Deathbed narrations of decadent men fascinate us. These haunted, semi-lucid ravings attract us for their reflective melancholy that dissolves the gaudy veils of wealth and power around rotten cores of misgivings and dejection.
Thu May 09, 2013
'Haunted Collector': The Ghost Of Orson Welles
On " Haunted Collector ," John Zaffis and his crew headed to the Hollywood Hills to investigate the house Orson Welles lived in while he was working on the classic film, " Citizen Kane ." The homeowner reported a lot of strange things happening in the night that certainly had the familiar feel of paranormal activity.
Wed May 08, 2013
New York Daily News
There she blows: Theatre group brings hunt for Moby-Dick to life aboard Red Hook barge
A Ditmas Park theater troupe has turned a century-old barge docked at Pier 44 into the crazed captain's whaling boat for a play adapted from Herman Melville's famed novel.
Tue May 07, 2013
Monsters and Critics
SYFY: Haunted Collector, Deep South Paranormal, WH13 previews
First, check out a sneak peek of Haunted Collector in addition to a clip from last week.
Mon May 06, 2013
Band of Outsiders: BD Review
The influence of French New Wave director Jean-Luc Godard is lost on contemporary filmgoers, except those knowledgeable enough to know when he's being ripped off.
Thu May 02, 2013
'Moby Dick - Rehearsed' by Orson Welles at Red Hook's Waterfront Museum & Showboat Barge
Red Hook's Waterfront Museum & Showboat Barge sends us word about: Creating Melville's world on the bare stage of an historic wooden barge, a cast of characters bring life to museum artifacts transporting each barge-goer to the docks of Nantucket, the deck of Captain Ahab's ship, and the wild unpredictable ocean.
Wed May 01, 2013
WNYC-AM New York
Guest Picks: William Friedkin
Pioneering director William Friedkin was a guest on the show May 1, with guest host Anna Sale.
The Citizen Kane of Citizen Kane Lists
Citizen Kane has long been given a reputation as a landmark in cinema - indeed, it has, at various points, been called the greatest film of all time.
Dallas Morning News
Today in photo history - " 1941: Citizen Kane premieres in New York
Orson Welles poses for a photo at the premiere of his movie "Citizen Kane" at the Palace Theater, New York City on May 1, 1941.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Brooklyn's Brave New World Repertory Theatre Presents Moby Dick-Rehearsed,5/3-5/12
Brooklyn's acclaimed Brave New World Repertory Theatre kicks off its 2013 season with a site specific production of Moby Dick -- Rehearsed, Orson Welles ' adaptation of the classic Melville novel.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Orson Welles, Terrence Malick, and Michael Bay: Three feet high and rising
It's a good time to be looking up at the movies. Two high-profile recent releases, Michael Bay's Pain & Gain and Terrence Malick's To the Wonder , employ the low-angle shot like it's going out of style; and the Music Box Theatre is in the middle of an ongoing series devoted to Orson Welles , the filmmaker most commonly associated with that device.
Michael Fassbender to play Macbeth
Everyone from Sam Worthington to Orson Welles has taken on "Macbeth," and the Shakespeare play that dare not say its name has been adapted countless time for the stage, television and multiplex.
William Randolph Hearst
Was Hearst the model for Charles Foster Kane? Here is what Orson Welles had to say in 1975 .
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Call a slave a slave
In the 1987 film Someone to Love, Henry Jaglom plays a loose version of himself: a guy directing a play starring his real-life actor friends.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Trend Hunter Magazine
Film Reel Portraits - The Unseen Seen by Reiner Riedler Evokes...
The Unseen Seen is a photo series that captures a part of the movie experience that few are privy to.