By Paul Risker. 1967 marked the inception of Frederick Wiseman’s documentary filmmaking career (with the controversial asylum expose, Titicut Follies), but fast-forward to the present day and behind him now lies a total of forty-seven diverse films. If there was a singular inspirational moment or spark for this observational career […]
By Daniel Garrett. In the film Philadelphia (1993), written by Ron Nyswaner and directed by Jonathan Demme, the actor Tom Hanks is impressive for being able to incarnate several perspectives in one man – states of health and malady, youth and sudden age, but also the public and private man, […]
On the Trail of Missing Millions in Emerging Europe: What Happened to a Fortune in Slovenian A/V Rights Due to Artists and Producers?
By Noah Charney. Branko Djuric, who goes by the nickname Djuro, is one the biggest film and television stars of the former Yugoslavia. His repertoire includes fistfuls of films, popular TV series, plays and even albums, spanning decades, so he is entirely used to receiving royalty statements and checks each […]