Posts by Paul Hansen

Movie Review: ‘Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards’

Fans of the designer Manolo Blahnik should find "Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards" sufficiently intriguing to warrant a view.

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Interview: Director Gurinder Chadha on ‘Viceroy’s House’

ScreenPicks recently spoke with director Gurinder Chadha about the biography drama "Viceroy’s House."

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Movie Review: ‘Viceroy’s House’

"Viceroy's House" documents the climactic months leading up to the independence of India from British control. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘After Love’

"After Love" is memorable for its relentlessly believable description of the disintegration of a marriage. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Interview: Kevin and Rich Ragsdale Talk ‘Ghost House’

ScreenPicks recently spoke with Kevin and Rich Ragsdale, brothers and the force behind KNR Productions, which produced the horror flick "Ghost House."

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Movie Review: ‘The Midwife’

"The Midwife," starring Catherine Deneuve and Catherine Frot, is a very rewarding film. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘Footnotes’

The French film "Footnotes" is a musical that deals with outsourcing and job losses. No, really! Paul Hansen reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘Lost in Paris’

The mostly sweet comic antics of "Lost in Paris" should keep audiences happily diverted. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Theater Review: ‘Attack of the Elvis Impersonators’

It is hard to turn down an invitation to see a musical with a name like "Attack of the Elvis Impersonators," a vivacious musical, with book, music and lyrics by Lory Lazurus. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Interview: Director Daniel Peddle Talks ‘Moss’

We spoke with director Daniel Peddle about "Moss," along with some of his other accomplishments, including being a children's book author, painter and casting agent.

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Interview: Eve Annenberg Talks ‘From Hollywood to Rose’

We spoke to star Eve Annenberg about her new film "From Hollywood to Rose."

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Theater Review: Lisa Loeb at the Café Carlyle

Celebrated singer/songwriter Lisa Loeb made a sparkling debut last week at the Café Carlyle. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Theater Review: Antonia Bennett at the Café Carlyle

Antonia Bennett, daughter of the legendary singer Tony Bennett, makes her debut at the Café Carlyle. Paul Hansen reviews...

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Interview: Director Jason Connery on ‘Tommy’s Honour’

We spoke with director Jason Connery about his drama, "Tommy's Honour."

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Theater Review: Jackie Evancho at the Café Carlyle

Celebrated singer Jackie Evancho makes her Café Carlyle debut. Paul Hansen reviews...

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