Peter Bogdanovich Dies at 82 - How to Stream His Best Movies and Shows
Few people were so good at so many things as Peter Bogdanovich. He was a director and actor and an avid film historian. He was the author of more than a dozen books on film. His work was thoughtful and compelling. He moved from discipline to discipline like few others.
If you’d like to stream his work, most of his directorial classics are available to watch on demand. And his dry appearances on “The Sopranos” as Dr. Elliot Kupferberg were a treat that helped provide greater depth to his patient - Tony Soprano’s therapist.
One of his most loved quotes is a north star to cinema fans: “There are no ‘old’ movies, only movies you have already seen and ones you haven’t.”
The Best of Peter Bogdanovich
14. lokakuuta 2007
Directed by Peter Bogdanovich and packed with rare concert footage and home movies, this documentary explores the history of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, including Petty’s famous collaborations and notorious clashes with the record industry. Interviews with musical luminaries including Jackson Browne, George Harrison, Eddie Vedder, Roger McGuinn, Jeff Lynne, Dave Stewart and Petty himself shed some revelatory vision.
Bogdanovich won a Grammy for Best Music Film for directing this.
20. maaliskuuta 1992
Hired to helm an Americanized take on a British play, director Lloyd Fellowes does his best to control an eccentric group of stage actors. With a star actress quickly passing her prime, a male lead with no confidence, and a bit actor that’s rarely sober, chaos ensues in the lead up to a Broadway premiere.
8. maaliskuuta 1985
Tositapahtumiin perustuvassa draamaelokuvassa Rocky Dennis (Eric Stoltz) sairastaa vaikeaa tautia, jonka vuoksi hänen kasvonsa ovat epämuodostuneet. Rocky on kuitenkin esimerkillinen nuori, joka voittaa ystävät puolelleen.
Peter Bogdanovich passed away. He was a dear friend and a champion of Cinema. He birthed masterpieces as a director and was a most genial human. He single-handedly interviewed and enshrined the lives and work of more classic filmmakers than almost anyone else in his generation. pic.twitter.com/hL08ORCilN— Guillermo del Toro (@RealGDT) January 6, 2022