June 7, 2012

Just when you thought the internet couldn’t get more interesting than Ray Bradbury retrospectives and the Django Unchained trailer, it gives you the Ingmar Bergman Universe.

Today’s highlights:

-Wes Anderson’s favorite New York film picks are actually decent.

-Come with us on a journey to the Ingmar Bergman universe

-David Cairns’ newest entry at The Forgotten deals with early Italian epic films.

-Adam Wilson gives Lane Pryce some retroactive advice at the Paris Review.

-Sanford Schwartz on Lucian Freud.

-The New Yorker says it’s good to daydream.

-Daniel Wilson’s Amped just might be literature’s answer to Quentin Tarantino’s revenge films.

-The best True Blood round-table discussion you’re likely to read, plus fan videos.

-Watch Andrei Tartovsky’s student films.

-Guillermo del Toro gets chatty.

-The stats: a failure to be diverse at the New York Times.

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