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Contemporary Artist Takes Aim at Wellness Culture for L.A. Exhibition: “Art Can Be a Shift in Perception”

Wellness, self-help and “woo woo” culture are the backbone of Nora Turato’s new exhibition so, naturally, it brings the contemporary artist to Los Angeles for her first West Coast outing. Hosted by Wilshire Boulevard gallery Sprüth Magers, it’s not true!!! stop lying! runs from Feb. 28-April 27, and finds Turato playing with words and phrases […]

PGA Awards: Martin Scorsese Remembers Kissing Elke Sommer at 1965 Ceremony As He Celebrates “Full-Circle” Moment

In 1965, Martin Scorsese was 22 and surrounded by legends when he won the Jesse L. Laskey Intercollegiate Award at the Milestone Awards dinner hosted by the then-called Screen Producers Guild on March 8, 1965. Now, almost 60 years later, the filmmaker received the David O. Selznick Achievement Award at the 2024 PGA Awards in […]

Hollywood Flashback: In 1987, Martin Scorsese and Michael Jackson Made a Thrilling Duo

There was nothing small about Michael Jackson’s long-awaited follow-up to his 1982 smash Thriller, the best-selling album of all time. Released five years after Thriller helped establish the singer as the King of Pop, Bad made history with five singles topping the Billboard Hot 100 — but only one of them, the title track, featured […]

‘Made in England: The Films of Powell and Pressburger’ Review: Martin Scorsese Lends a Personal Perspective to an Engaging Testament of Movie Love

Narrated by the 'Killers of the Flower Moon' director, David Hinton’s doc delves into the filmmaking duo’s body of work and their creative ups and downs.

‘Schindler’s List’: An Oral History of a Masterpiece

“Schindler’s List was never a cure for antisemitism,” emphasizes Steven Spielberg. “It was a reminder of the symptoms of it.” These days, tragically, antisemitism is all over the headlines: Neo-Nazis chanting “Jews will not replace us” in Charlottesville. The Tree of Life Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh. The Oct. 7 terrorist attack on Israel that claimed the […]

Martin Scorsese Receives Honorary Golden Bear Award From Wim Wenders

Martin Scorsese was greeted by loud cheers as he alighted from his car at the Berlinale Palast on Tuesday night, and set about signing autographs for the crowd gathered on this cold Berlin night. The Oscar-winning filmmaker is the recipient of an honorary Golden Bear for lifetime achievement at the 74th Berlinale. “Marty!! Marty!!” the […]

Martin Scorsese Talks Cinema, Lasagna and The Rolling Stones at Freewheeling Berlin Press Conference

Everybody loves Marty. Martin Scorsese got a hero’s welcome in Berlin, greeting journalists at a jam-packed press conference in Berlin on Tuesday, Feb. 20 — eager Marty fans were seen lining up two hours in advance to secure a seat — to receive rapturous praise from reporter after reporter. “Thank you for making me the […]

Berlin: Mubi Takes Scorsese-Narrated ‘Made in England’ in Multi-Territory Deal

The European Film Market is heating up as it winds to a close, with several major deals coming out of chilly Berlin. On Monday, art house streamer Mubi announced its first big buy of EFM, snatching up DavidHinton’s Martin Scorsese-narrated documentary, Made in England: The Films of Powell and Pressburger, for much of the world. […]

BAFTA Film Awards: ‘Oppenheimer’ Wins Seven Honors, ‘Poor Things’ Gets Five

“And the BAFTA goes to… Oppenheimer” Those words were on BAFTA Film Awards ceremony presenters’ lips a total of seven times in London on Sunday at the ceremony, hosted by Scottish actor David Tennant (Doctor Who, Inside Man) at the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall in the British capital. Those included the lips of Michael J. Fox, who […]

Berlin Flashback: Four Decades Before ‘Killers,’ Scorsese Made His Berlin Debut With ‘Raging Bull’

This year, Martin Scorsese will be receiving the Honorary Golden Bear award at the Berlin Film Festival, celebrating the 81-year-old auteur’s lifetime achievement in cinema. But 43 years ago, in 1981, when Scorsese ventured to the Berlin festival for the first time for a non-competitive screening of Raging Bull, it didn’t look like he had much […]

Santa Barbara Film Fest: Martin Scorsese and Justine Triet Feted at Directors Tribute

Martin Scorsese and Justine Triet, two of this year’s best director Oscar nominees, received the Santa Barbara International Film Festival‘s outstanding directors of the year award on Monday night. The tribute, sponsored by The Hollywood Reporter, featured 30-minute, sit-down conversations with each of the honorees about their careers and journeys to their currently celebrated films, […]

Santa Barbara Film Fest: Martin Scorsese and Justine Triet Will Appear for Directors Tribute (Exclusive)

Two of this year’s best director Oscar nominees — Killers of the Flower Moon’s Martin Scorsese and Anatomy of a Fall’s Justine Triet — will receive the Santa Barbara International Film Festival’s Outstanding Directors of the Year Award, The Hollywood Reporter can exclusively report. The tribute, which is sponsored by THR, will will take place at Santa […]