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Entries in Norman Lear (2)

Saturday
Aug 17 2019

Let Them All Link

SalonThe Marvelous Mrs Maisel's Emmy campaign disrupts Los Angeles with 1959-era prices
The Atlantic's "friendship files"talks to three thirtysomething women who all cosplay Scarlett Johansson'sBlack Widow
Slatecomparing the starpower of 2019'sLittle Womento the starpower (back in the day) of the 1994 cast - Saoirse vs Winona and more.Really fun article but the part on Sarandon and Dern is a major misread of the mid-90s.Sarandon was at the very peak of her fame in 1994,headlining a sleeper blockbuster (The Client) and building yet more momentum to win her inevitable Oscar win the following year.She should have bested Dern (who weloooove,don't get us wrong).

After the jumpThe Godfather,Faye Dunaway's trouble,Steven Soderbergh's secret movie,Mulantrouble,Kristin Chenoweth's breakout and more...

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Tuesday
Jul 05 2016

Doc Corner: Norman Lear's Golden Age of TV

Glennhere with our weekly look at documentaries from theatres,festivals,and on demand.

We get told time and time again that we are in a golden age of television,and it's impossible to deny that the expansion of the viewing landscape has resulted in a boon of creativity that can be seen in every single corner of the television globe.There are times throughout the briskNorman Lear: Just Another Version of Youwhere it appears directors Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady are attempting to suggest that this golden age was birthed some 40-odd years ago when Norman Lear was the centre of the small screen universe with a collection of series to his name that not only snagged record-busting ratings,but also critical acclaim and pop culture buzz that saw his shows watched by some 120 million American a week.

You could say he was like David E.Kelley and Shonda Rhimes of his day.

While guest appearances by the likes of Amy Poehler,Jon Stewart and even George Clooney highlight his influence both creatively and politically,Ewing and Grady's film is far too concerned with the man himself to truly dive into the reverberations of his work on modern television...

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