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We are so excited for the things coming out of the WOO Films camp over the next 2 years... Brian Ackley is working some amazing magic and partnerships!

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VERY IMPORTANT: To all participants in our programs past and present... This Sunday we are shooting a short documentary that was requested from potential major investors. The subject of the film is about WOO - why its important - how it impacted your life - why someone should invest - where are you now. We are looking for about 10 people who were or are participants from all years to come to the Upper West Side this Sunday at 3pm. We are shooting in a beautiful townhouse of a dear friend and supporter of WOO, and if the weather is good we will be shooting on his rooftop. If you are interested please message Hal privately for more details. If you are out of state and want to participate, we would love for you to send us a video. Please spread the word. THIS IS SO IMPORTANT TO THE FUTURE OF WOO.

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"Execute" - 2.) Does Tarantino do justice to the roles he puts himself in?


"Execute" - 1.) Is there moral reasoning behind who lives and who dies in Tarantino films?


"Plan Getaway" - 2.) Should Tarantino quit filmmaking after directing 10 films? Where should his talents go next?


"Plan Getaway" - 1.) When, where and how is the best way to see a Tarantino movie? Does it depend on the film?


Theme: "Prepare Mock Run" 2.) When has Tarantino’s characters rehearsed for a role they were playing, or for a particular outcome? When should his characters have rehearsed, because it wouldn’t have led to a better outcome?


Theme: "Prepare Mock Run" - 1.) In what films has Tarantino had his characters stage a pretend event? What were the reasons for the ploy and what were the results—good or bad?


"Assign Roles" 2.) Which have been Tarantino’s most unusual casting choices and why? Did they help or hurt their films?


"Assign Roles" 1.) How well do Tarantino characters do their jobs?

Okay, you have to get passed the interpreters, which makes this series of videos much longer than one wants, but once yo...
Watch Quentin Tarantino's Lumiere Film Festival Masterclass - The Quentin Tarantino Archives

Okay, you have to get passed the interpreters, which makes this series of videos much longer than one wants, but once you do you'll find Tarantino has a wealth of knowledge on early 70's cinema and it's almost ALL fascinating. Here's one of cinema's best students taking 4 years of his life to study one specific period of cinematic history. I can't wait to see what he does with all this info!


Spread the word:At this year’s Lumiere Film Festival, Quentin Tarantino not only programmed a very personal retrospective of 1970s cinema (we take a closer look at these over at Furious...


Weapons 2.) Which Tarantino characters, if any, have been against guns or violence? Which use force only as a means for protection?


Weapons: 1.) What have been the more interesting weapons Tarantino has chosen to use in his films? Why does he use them?

Quentin Tarantino's Top 10 Rules For Success

Takes about a minute to get into, but once the list starts, Tarantino has some great wisdom to share. http://bit.ly/2gKQeDl

He's an American filmmaker and actor. His films have garnered both critical and commercial success. He received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his ...


2. What are Tarantino’s best locations, in terms of great art direction and/or cinematography, perfect placement for the story and/or a character, or commendable for its blocking? What are his most underrated?


Welcome to Tarantino Week. LOCATIONS are what we're talking about today. Our first question:

When are Tarantino’s locations the centerpiece of a scene? Which locations have seemed to be characters themselves?

Do you agree with these 'genius' musical moments? Don't read unless you've seen Death Proof (spoiler).  How have you not...
Quentin Tarantino’s 10 Most Genius Musical Moments

Do you agree with these 'genius' musical moments? Don't read unless you've seen Death Proof (spoiler). How have you not seen Death Proof if you're a Tarantino fan?


Music is such an integral part of the world of Quentin Tarantino, it's difficult to think about your favorite scenes from one of his films without hearing a '70s soul classic or a track from some obscure spaghetti Western score.

The Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter

"People talk about the difficulty of making a movie and I'm like, send your son to Iraq, that's difficult. It's just a movie." - Denzel Washington | Oscars Roundtables

Secrets Of 'Pulp Fiction'(5/95)

Article by Roger Ebert about watching Pulp Fiction frame by frame over the course of 3 days with a theater full of cinephiles. http://bit.ly/2h0RLRs

For four days we sat in the dark, tiptoeing through "Pulp Fiction" one scene at a time, using a laserdisc machine so you could freeze a frame or slowly creep through the movie. There were about 300 of us, and democracy ruled: Anybody could make an observation, and we'd stop and discuss it. Our missi...

Timeline Photos

Timeline Photos

True Romance

12 days til....Tarantino Week begins!

Here's an incredible gift we dug up from the internets. The original script for True Romance. Remember, we only got to see Tony Scott's version, and what a great version that was. But here is Tarantino's original concept:


The screenplay to True Romance


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