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Book of Oscar: A Literary Look at the 89th Oscar Nominations

The nominations for the 89th Academy Awards are out – and books hold a solid place in the fray. Here’s how literature fared.


Get Ready For 2017’s Wave of Brexit-Inspired Fiction

Brexit-inspired fiction, Scorsese-inspired think pieces, and more. It's all here, just as you expect it, in today's Daily Blunt.


30 Years On: Is Martin Scorsese’s Latest Worth the Wait?

It has taken Martin Scorsese nearly thirty years to make “Silence,” his adaptation of Shusaku Endo’s 1966 award-winning novel about spirituality in the face of profound human suffering. In the i


Artist’s Way: Julia Cameron on Morning Pages, Scorsese, and More

Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way has been nothing less than a phenomenon. We caught up with her to talk about the importance of Morning Pages, how Martin Scorsese stands out, and more.


Leonardo DiCaprio Eyes Next True Story in ‘Truevine’

Leonardo DiCaprio’s production house is in negotiations for an adaptation of the book Truevine.


Truth in Tales: 4 Film Director Memoirs We Need

We’re talking about four fascinating directors who should take a turn in the spotlight – and share their own stories on page.