Reading, Writing, Arithmetic #9

If you haven’t see them already, then the Jeff Bridges on-set photographs, taken by The Dude himself, are a real treat. Many of which taken long before the term ‘selfie’ was even a twinkle in language’s eye. Quite remarkable – it is like finding long-lost treasure. Some really captivating stuff recently elsewhere too, including banter on that scientology documentary, excerpts from two of the best screenplays of the last five years, and a selection of Polish films. That is literally not even the half of it. Here are 10 great pages from the internet you may have missed, but definitely should not have. I mean it, don’t even think about closing the browser:

Jeff Bridges Has Done Something Incredible
On The Set Of All His Movies Since The 1980s, posted by H.Q. Roosevelt (The Roosevelts)

Good Reads: Midnight In Paris & The Descendants
The Best Written Scenes From Screenplay Winners Of 2011, by Jack Moulton (Awards Circuit)

How David Fincher Plays With Lights & Colour
To Get The Perfect Look For His Films, by Aditya Savnal (Jamuura)

Scorsese’s ‘Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore’
Is A Most Satisfying Ode To Independence Of Spirit And Value Of Self-Sufficiency (Cinephilia & Beyond)

Beach Boy Brian Wilson
Says biopic ‘Love & Mercy’ Gets It Right, by Randy Lewis (Los Angeles Times)

The 25 Best Movies About Youth And Sexuality
Films Exploring That First Sexual Experiences In Youth, by Esther Zeilig (Taste Of Cinema)

10 Great Polish Films
One Of Modern Cinema’s Most Vital Film-making Nations, by Michael Brooke (BFI)

Watercooler Podcast: Episode 17
HBO’s Scientology Documentary ‘Going Clear’ Is Discussed By The ADTV Gang (Awards Daily TV)

Watch: 1982 Interview With Ridley Scott About Blade Runner
Plus 4 Character Teasers For Theatrical Re-Release, posted by Cain Rodriguez (The Playlist)

Watch: Parks and Recreation With Amy Poehler & Chris Pratt
They Spill Secrets In ‘Behind the Story With The Paley Center’, posted by Anya Jaremko-Greenwold (Indiewire)

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