Phantom Thread: Paul Thomas Anderson about his Collaboration with Daniel Day-Lewis

I did the typing and I had the basic premise, but we were really in conjunction working together. I would write 10 or 15 pages and I would present them to Day-Lewis, and he would make some ideas. Because I speak more American than English, it was very helpful to have his words shape the screenplay as it went along–Paul Thomas Anderson

Los Angeles Film Critics Awards 2017: Call Me By Your Name is Best Picture; Sally Hawkins Best Actress

Call Me By Your Name, the highly acclaimed gay tale of first love, is named best picture by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, of which I am proud member.

Oscar 2018: Supporting Actor–Predictions

Oscar 2018: Best Supporting Actor–10 performances to watch, from vet nominees, such as Willem Dafoe to first timers, such as Jason Mitchell and Sam Rockwell

AIDS Day: Parting Glances (1986)–First American Film about AIDS

“Parting Glances,” the 1986 stunning debut of writer-director Bill Sherwood, tackles AIDS, an urgent issue that could not have been ignored in a film made about gay life in the 1980s.

New York Film Critics 2017: Gerwig’s Lady Bird Wins Best Picture

Named Best Film by the New York Film Critics Circle (NYFCC), “Lady Bird,” the stunning directing debut of Greta Gerwig, is the most critically acclaimed film of the year.