Posts Tagged ‘Menahem Golan’

“Our Only Crime is That We Love Cinema”: Menahem Golan @ 80

By • May 31st, 2009 • Category: Updates, Writings

Menahem Golan turns 80 today. To celebrate the birthday of this filmmaking giant, the Tel-Aviv Cinematheque Magazine in Israel put out a special tribute issue. I was happy to contribute a piece about the history of Cannon Films, the American production company of Golan’s and his cousin’s, Yoram Globus. Scans can be found below. Click […]

Cannon’s History in Israeli Magazine

By • May 19th, 2009 • Category: Writings

I recently wrote an extensive article discussing the history of Cannon films and their legacy for the magazine of the Tel-Aviv Cinematheque. It is a special in tribute to Menahem Golan on his 80th birthday. If you are in Israel and happen to pass by the Cinematheque, pick up a copy. I hope to post […]

Menahem Golan Interview

By • Aug 20th, 2008 • Category: Writings

An interview I conducted with Menahem Golan was posted at Films In Review today. A conversation about independent cinema, Cannon, Roger Corman, Chuck Norris, John Cassavetes, Godard and more… INTERVIEW: MENAHEM GOLAN Menahem Golan is approaching his 80th year and showing no sign of stopping. His latest film came out in July, he is trying […]