Tag Archives: Barcelona
The Official Podcast interviews Whit Stillman for their third episode. In Part 1 Stillman talks about: Ice cream sandwiches (yes, he does) TV and how he may be going into that arena soon His use of social media How Metropolitan … Continue reading
From the last days of VHS comes this trailer for Barcelona in all of its Lo-fi glory. Figure out if you are shaving the right way and check out Barcelona again for the first time.
Whit Stillman is in Moscow to show his films and have a Q & A afterwards. From the US Embassy Site: AmFest Film Festival at Gorizont Theater Tuesday, September 17, 2013 The Embassy-sponsored AmFest Film Festival will include some … Continue reading
It is sort of known and not too surprising (at least to me) that Stanley Kubrick loved Whit Stillman’s film Barcelona. This is talked about in The Last Days of Disco commentary and Kubrick even asked Stillman to take a … Continue reading
Barcelona (1994). Dir: Whit Stillman. Players: Taylor Nichols, Chris Eigeman, Tushka Bergen, Mira Sorvino. 101 min. June 18 Whit Stillman’s second film is very much in keeping with his Metropolitan (1990). The dry, deadpan humor is the same. The obsession with … Continue reading
Whit Stillman channels Rick Steves (or perhaps Ted) and gives his tips on the best spots in Barcelona to Joe Ray at The Wall Street Journal. They include a coffee shop, where to get a good alcoholic beverage, where to … Continue reading
Spoiler Alert Radio interviews Stillman collaborators Mark Suozzo and Christopher Tellefson. Film editor Christopher Tellefsen talks about finding a rhythm editing Metropolitan which was made up of mostly dialogue. Composer Mark Suozzo talks about the challenges and advantages of getting … Continue reading
Please check out wbshop.com for the reissued Archive Collection Barcelona DVD. It retails for $18.95 USD (not including shipping). Here are the details: Running Time: 101 minutes Aspect Ratio: 16 X 9 FULL FRAME|ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO – 1.85:1 Format: Made To Order … Continue reading
Chris Eigeman is on Late Night with Conan O’Brien to Promote Whit Stillman’s Barcelona. Zsa Zsa Gabor keeps interrupting him. Take a look.
Carl Scott from First Things writes: Whit Stillman fans know that his first three films are a loosely connected trilogy of sorts, with THE LAST DAYS OF DISCO being the film that ties them together by means of our meeting … Continue reading