My latest film criticism, “Three Masters: Spielberg, Anderson, Haneke, and Their Audience,” excerpted in the previous post, is recommended reading for the week at RogerEbert.com. If that doesn’t get you to read, I don’t know what to do with you. (But I’ll think of something.) A further excerpt: In Saving Private Ryan, the film’s ultimate sentimentality, […]
AFP reports that an original carbon typsecript copy of Schindler’s List – provided to author Thomas Keneally in 1980 by Leopold Pfefferberg, named on the list as Jewish worker 173 – has been discovered among Keneally’s papers at the New South Wales State Library. There are 801 names on the list.