“Ten years is a long time–and growing up in one hour and eight minutes is very compressed,” said the Corton chef Paul Liebrandt of the documentary about his career. Sally Rowe’s new documentary A Matter of Taste: Serving Up Paul Liebrandt, shot over nine years (it begins in 2001), is to debut on June 13 Read More
The Observer met Werner Herzog in a hotel suite, 28 floors high, that overlooked the Hudson River–the site of the director’s first landing in New York City just short of 50 years ago.
The legendary German filmmaker grew up in a remote mountain village in Bavaria and never saw a movie as a child–”I didn’t Read More
Wet pearls against red lips. Sparkling high heels walking through filthy water. A tongue encased in silver.
Before she became famous, Marilyn Minter was a product of much of the same “nightclub kid” scene of the 1970s and 1980s that begot Madonna. And the artist’s works–hyperrealistic close-ups of gleaming body parts–were as censored and controversial Read More
In a booth on the third floor of the Javits Center, Janet and Kathy Lennon, the youngest two of the singing Lennon Sisters, the wholesome, bouffant-wearing quartet of Lawrence Welk Show fame (still periodically spoofed on Saturday Night Live), were recalling the shooting death of their father at the hands of a delusional stalker.
“It Read More