Michael Ballhaus

How Francis Ford Coppola Breathed New Life into ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’

  By Koraljka Suton It could be deemed rather poetic that the origins of two of the most iconic and…

4 months ago

Play for Play: How The Color of Money’s ‘One For Them’ Assignment Reignited Martin Scorsese’s Hunger for the Work

  By Tim Pelan After 'The Last Temptation' was cancelled in ’83, I had to get myself back in shape.…

5 months ago

‘Goodfellas’ at 30: Martin Scorsese’s Anthropological Goodlife Through a Lens

Photographed by Barry Wetcher © Warner Bros.   By Tim Pelan As far back as I can remember, director Martin…

6 months ago

‘The Last Temptation of Christ’ As a Testament to and an Exploration of Scorsese’s Own Faith

  By Koraljka Suton Ever since he was a little boy, director Martin Scorsese wanted to make a movie about…

2 years ago

‘The Age of Innocence’: Scorsese’s Strikingly Passionate Depiction of Unconsummated Love

We're rather determined in defending our claim that Martin Scorsese's The Age of Innocence is one of the best literary…

5 years ago