The 10 Best Directorial Debuts Of The 1970s

The 1970s is considered to be one of the greatest decades for cinema. The New Hollywood movement gave way to groundbreaking masterpieces like The Godfather and Taxi Driver, while the double whammy of Jaws and Star Wars created the summer blockbuster and continues to influence the film industry to this day. RELATED: The 10 Best Directorial … Read more

Stephen Karam’s Directorial Debut Is Brilliant

This review is part of our coverage of the 2021 Nashville Film Festival. The Pitch: Taking place on Thanksgiving Night in an ostensibly creepy Chinatown apartment, The Humans follows the Blake family: lower-middle class Pennsylvania residents Erik (an astounding Richard Jenkins) and his wife, Deirdre. Jayne Houdyshell won the Tony Award for her performance onstage … Read more

The directorial debut of an all-terrain actor

A frame from ‘My favorite year’. Debut Richard Benjamin chose in ‘My favorite year’ for a subject he knew well: the world of cinema Long before his directorial debut with ‘My Favorite Year’, Richard Benjamin already had a solid and established career as an all-terrain actor. And for his debut he chose a subject that … Read more

Jesse Eisenberg, the protagonist of the film about Facebook, to make his directorial debut

It is likely that Jesse Eisenberg go down in history as the actor who played Mark Zuckerberg. No matter what project he does or how good the role of his next film is, the interpreter achieved one of his best works from the hand of David Fincher in The Social Network. Furthermore, the physical resemblance … Read more

‘The Good Fight’s Carrie Preston Joins John Logan’s Blumhouse Feature Directorial Debut – nonenglishfeed

EXCLUSIVE: Carrie Preston has boarded John Logan’s untitled feature directorial debut at Blumhouse, which has been billed as a LGBTQIA+ empowerment movie set at a gay conversion camp. The project from the three-time Oscar nominee was previously known as Whistler Camp. Preston joins the already cast Theo Germaine and Kevin Bacon, the latter who is … Read more

Chiwetel Ejiofor’s Directorial Debut ‘The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind’ Blows to Netflix

Netflix has picked up Chiwetel Ejiofor’s directorial debut, “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind,” the story of a real-life Malawian boy named William Kamkwamba who built a windmill that helped save his village from famine. The streamer acquired global rights to the film excluding Japan, China and U.K. free TV rights, and plans to launch the … Read more

The Subject Trailer Starring Jason Biggs in Lanie Zipoy’s Feature Directorial Debut

ComingSoon is debuting the exclusive trailer for the upcoming drama The Subject, starring Jason Biggs (Orange Is the New Black) in director/producer Lanie Zipoy’s (17 Things I Wish I Could Tell You Since You Died, Kid Sister) feature film directorial debut. The film will be released theatrically by Gravitas Ventures in more than 10 markets beginning … Read more