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Kevin Scott of the Torontoist interviews Stillman: Having just released Damsels in Distress this year, how did you find the experience of returning to filmmaking after a long hiatus? All the shoots I’ve had in New York have been good … Continue reading
Carl’s Rock Songbook #71: Swingin’ Tips for Youth Group Leaders, Courtesy of Whit Stillman and Jane Austen
Carl Scott from First Things writes: This is going to be an odd essay. The argument, in a nut-shell, is that those officially charged with being our youth leaders, whether by religious groups or schools, as well as those who … Continue reading
El director Whit Stillman cuenta cómo ha sido su recibimiento en el Festival Internacional de Cine de Morelia y la experiencia de presentar Damsels in Distress, su más reciente película.
Aidil Rusli from The Malaysian Insider writes: Thirteen years is a long time to come up with a new film, especially when your first three films were quite highly regarded at the time they were released and are even more … Continue reading
William Bibbiani at Crave Online interviews Stillman: CraveOnline: I still remember the first time I saw Barcelona, and discovered that you can make films about smart people. Whit Stillman: Okay, good! [Laughs] Thanks for saying that! You tend to make … Continue reading
Calum Marsh of Slant Magazine writes: The manner in which American comedy has changed since the release of Whit Stillman’s The Last Days of Disco in 1998 is precisely illustrated by the difference between that film’s theatrical poster, ported over … Continue reading
Noel Murray of the L.A. times writes this for the Damsels in Distress DVD and VOD: Writer-director Whit Stillman’s first film since 1998′s “The Last Days of Disco” is a loopy campus comedy, starring Greta Gerwig as an idealistic upperclassman … Continue reading
Jake Wilson at the Sydney Morning Herald writes: IT HAS to be said this is not quite the comeback we might have expected from Whit Stillman, the leading urbane fogey of modern American cinema, who has been silent – if … Continue reading
Xan Brooks of the Sydney Morning Herald writes: Once, long ago, Whit Stillman found himself briefly billed as the next great American auteur; the creator of dry, literate bourgeois comedies that idled on the edge of the cinema scene like … Continue reading