Okebiz Video Search



Title:Woody Allen Interview 1982 Brian Linehan's City Lights
Duration:32:49
Viewed:48,086
Published:16-09-2015
Source:Youtube

In this interview from 1982, Woody Allen talks about his newest film, A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy, stars Mia Farrow, Julie Hagerty, Mary Steenburgen, Tony Maxwell and Jose Ferrer, the camerawork in the film and the music used in the film. Woody Allen also discusses Ingmar Bergman, screening the first cut of his films for his sister and a small circle of friends, his first meeting with Gilda Radner, producer Charlie Feldman and writing the film What's New Pussycat?, Warren Beatty, the death of actress Romy Schneider, his 1979 film Manhattan, books written about him, technological advances in film making and the poet and essayist T.S. Eliot. From 1974 to 2000, Canada’s Brian Linehan conducted thousands of in-depth interviews with the greatest actors and directors from over 60 years of film history. His programs City Lights and Linehan have not been seen since they first aired and are now available for the first time for licensing. Linehan, a stylishly gifted broadcaster, meticulously did all his own research and that, coupled with his knowledge and passion about film and filmmaking, puts him in a class all by himself. With 20,000 hours of music footage spanning 90 years and thousands of hours of in-depth interviews with the 20th century’s icons of Film and Television, Politics, Comedy, Literature, Art, Science, Fashion and Sports, Reelin’ In The Years Productions is now the World’s Premier Source For Footage Of Musical Artists, Entertainers & History Makers. ‪reelinintheyears.com/‬‬‬ Note: these clips are available on YouTube for producers, directors, researchers and clearance companies for potential use in their projects. Our website on the screen is to protect the footage from being used without our consent and so industry professionals can find us to properly license the footage. Brian Linehan, who passed away in 2004, left his entire estate to The Brian Linehan Charitable Foundation to provide training, work opportunities and promotion for young actors of exceptional talent. All of the income of his Foundation is donated to not-for-profit institutions for that purpose. In the decade since his death, recipients of the Foundation’s support have included extraordinary young actors affiliated with the Canadian Film Centre, The National Screen Institute of Canada, the Stratford Shakespearean Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival, which, since Brian's passing, has preserved and housed Brian's personal archive and tape library.

SHARE TO YOUR FRIENDS


Download Server 1


DOWNLOAD MP4

Download Server 2


DOWNLOAD MP4

Alternative Download :



SPONSORED
Loading...
RELATED VIDEOS
Martin Scorsese Interview 1997 Brian Linehan's City Lights- Martin Scorsese Interview 1997 Brian Linehan's ...
24:55 | 9,601
Woody Allen Interview Annie Hall 1978 Brian Linehan's City Lights Woody Allen Interview Annie Hall 1978 Brian Lin...
10:49 | 31,582
Woody Allen Interview (1987) Woody Allen Interview (1987)
13:41 | 216,212
Woody Allen interview by Barry Norman on Film 95 Woody Allen interview by Barry Norman on Film 95
29:15 | 58,360
Robert Duvall Interview 1983 Brian Linehan's City Lights Robert Duvall Interview 1983 Brian Linehan's Ci...
11:52 | 31,843
Woody Allen Interview • The South Bank Show • 1994 Woody Allen Interview • The South Bank Show ...
40:23 | 2,856
Jim Carrey Interview 1983 Brian Linehan's City Lights Jim Carrey Interview 1983 Brian Linehan's City ...
21:49 | 66,467
Woody Allen defends himself on 60 Minutes in '92 Woody Allen defends himself on 60 Minutes in '92
15:22 | 817,051

shopee ads

coinpayu