Martin Scorsese

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‘After Hours’ in the Afterlife: The Case for Paul Hackett’s Hell

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In Martin Scorsese’s 1985 black comedy, a man’s desperate quest to get home after a night gone wrong is actually his eternal damnation.

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Martin Scorsese Just Wants to Hang Out with His Friends

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His recent work is full of small moments that remind us to keep our friends close and to hang out with them whenever possible.

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Where Does “Cinema” Happen in the Age of Streaming?

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The pandemic has intensified concerns that streaming poses a threat to the cinematic experience. Here’s a video essay explaining why.

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9 Movies to Watch if You Like Martin Scorsese’s ‘Casino’

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If you’re a fan of Martin Scorsese’s Las Vegas mob epic, you need to have these nine films on your watchlist.

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Introduction to Film History Can Start at an Early Age

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With help from PBS, the internet, and Martin Scorsese, getting your children started on Film History 101 at an early age can be easy and fun.

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Lessons Under Lockdown: Martin Scorsese’s Quarantine Short

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Shot on a smartphone while sheltering in place in his home office, here’s the short film Martin Scorsese made under quarantine lockdown.

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A Filmography Soaked in Scarlet: An Ode to the “Scorsese Red”

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A supercut that highlights how the filmmaker’s corpus is a crime scene of crimson.

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The Disturbing True Story Behind Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’

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The director’s next adaptation will chronicle one of America’s worst unsolved criminal conspiracies.

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Finding the Living in Martin Scorsese’s ‘Bringing Out the Dead’

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A personal story about trauma, healing, and staying up all night to find humanity with Martin Scorsese and Nicolas Cage in ‘Bringing Out The Dead.’