The Friday 4/29/2022

Clive Owen: Children of Men

My piece for the Scarecrow blog this week, and etc.

Alfonso Cuaron interview.

I’ve got a new episode of my radio show, “The Music and the Movies,” this week: music from the films of Audrey Hepburn. Listen in for pleasing sounds from Sabrina, Charade, Two for the Road, and a certain Henry Mancini-Johnny Mercer song written for Hepburn’s modest range as a singer, which became a huckleberry classic. (If you’re looking at this page in the future, that link will be gone because of music rights, but check the M&M page to see what’s current.)

We’ve got another session of Scarecrow Academy, the free online conversation presented by the nonprofit Scarecrow Video in Seattle. Our semester of “The Art in Sci-Fi: Science Fiction at the Director” continues with a discussion of Alfonso Cuaron’s Children of Men on Saturday, April 30, at 2 pm Pacific Time. Check the Academy page for sign-up info. My intro is below (sorry about the popping audio; we’re trying to diagnose why that happens).

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