Something Wild: Criterion Collection

May 9, 2011

The 1980’s saw the rise of the Baby Boomers as the dominant class in North America. Many of them embraced the materialism of this decade as they settled into comfortable 9 to 5 work routines and raised families in suburbia. However, there were still... 

Red Hot + Blue: A Tribute to Cole Porter

May 8, 2006

This project started as a proposed album of opera singers performing the songs of Cole Porter by a former teacher turned entertainment lawyer John Carlin. Motivated by the many deaths of friends from AIDS, he decided to make the album a vehicle for a... 

The Manchurian Candidate

June 26, 2005

Remaking classic movies is almost always a bad idea and usually done for all the wrong reasons. Case in point: Gus Van Sant’s much-maligned misfire, Psycho (1998). There is a reason why these movies are so highly regarded—they don’t need to be remade....