A chance encounter between a stray cat and a young girl becomes a lifelong friendship able to withstand distance and time.
Exiled out of Himalayan High Society and estranged from his affluent father, a small town New England kid looks to his past.
What was it like adapting your book into your first screenplay?
Brian Selznick: I started writing the screenplay secretly at night when I was illustrating and writing another book.
Why did such a good script take so long to come to the screen?
Glenn Close: Have you heard of something called the “#Metoo” movement?
There have been other stories about the cartels and the drug war. Why did you want to tell this particular story?
Denis Villeneuve: For me it’s not a movie about cartels. I don’t think anyone will learn new things about cartels from this film.
THE NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW NAMES 2018 HONOREES INCLUDING GREEN BOOK FOR BEST FILM OF THE YEAR & BRADLEY COOPER FOR BEST DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR The Organization’s Gala will be held on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 in New York City New York, NY (November 27, 2018) – The National Board of Review today announced […]