Martin Scorsese


Killers Of The Flower Moon Review

With ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’, Martin Scorsese Innovates to Extraordinarily Moving Effect (Cannes Review)


From Cannes, Farah Cheded reviews Martin Scorsese’s latest.

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From Bava to Bresson: The Films That Inspired ‘Taxi Driver’


Femme Fatales, post-war disorientation, and voice-over? Huh. Maybe ‘Taxi Driver’ is a noir film.

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The Story of How Scorsese’s First Movie Saw The Light of Day


Turns out it takes a village to make a Martin Scorsese debut feature. Or at least one Haig Manoogian.

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From Sinful to Sacred: Religious Themes in the Films of Martin Scorsese


The son, the father, and the holy GOAT.

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


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


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?


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’


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

A Trip To The Moon

Introduction to Film History Can Start at an Early Age


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.