With a string of modest indie hits in the 90s (Metropolitan, Last Days of Disco) Whit Stillman is still getting his groove back after the rocky aughts. He talks to us about what happened there and his new Jane Austen adaptation Love & Friendship.
Local film site mavericks The Seventh Art are bringing director Whit Stillman to Toronto for two nights at The Royal this week. Here's why you should go.
This week's archival DVD column takes a look at various people of different backgrounds struggling to find themselves, as we look at Martin Scorsese's debut, Mean Streets, a pair of films from Whit Stillman, the first season of the UK TV show The Inbetweeners, and Jim Jarmusch's Down By Law
For someone missing in action for over a decade, writer/director Whit Stillman fits into the current indie comedy landscape pretty comfortably with Damsels in Distress.
Dork Shelf talks to Damsels in Distress director Whit Stillman about how films have changed during his lengthy absence from behind the camera, his casting process, and the rise of fratboy cinema.
Sasha James takes us through the debut episode of HBO's Girls. You might have heard of this one.