A look at Prince Caspian.
Herbert Ford introduces us to the New Jersey Jewish Film Festival.
Ben’s Place of the Week is Bruges, Belgium.
A legal look at Sweeney Todd.
Patricia Aufderheide answers a few questions about her Very Short Introduction to Documentary Film
In the post below Pat Aufderheide reports back from Sundance.
Patricia Aufderheide looks at her favorite documentary films.
Judith Luna, Commissioning Editor of the Oxford World’s Classics, tells us about the European premiere of Sweeney Todd.
Patricia Aufderheide provides some Sundance recommendations.
Four hundred years after the birth of John Milton, he still lives, his example still inspires, his words still echo. “Paradise Lost” is played on the stage, is sung to music, is choreographed for a ballet; it is an audiobook, the subject of countless theses and dissertations – and even paintings.
The trailer to Sweeney Todd.
Happy birthday J.R.R. Tolkien!
Robert Mack teaches us about Sweeney Todd.
The incarnations of Sweeney Todd.
Yesterday, Robert Mack, the editor of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, wrote about the unknown author of Sweeney Todd. Today Mack looks at Dickens’s influence. This post first appeared on Powell’s. The original publisher of Sweeney Todd, Edward Lloyd, in whose journal The People’s Periodical and Family Library first appeared in 1846-7, […]
Who wrote Sweeney Todd?