In 1996, Martin Scorsese’s mother, Catherine—who costars in his 1974 documentary portrait Italianamerican, one of the five early films by the director collected in our new release—collaborated with author Georgia Downard on Italianamerican: The Scorsese Family Cookbook. Among the family recipes and stories in the long-out-of-print book are instructions for how to make Mrs. Scorsese’s signature sauce and meatballs, a dish prominently featured in the documentary. (This recipe also appears in the credits of the film.)
10 Things I Learned: Memories of Murder
The producer of our edition of this unnerving procedural shares details about director Bong Joon Ho’s approach to visual style, his commitment to verisimilitude, and the lengths to which actor Kim Sang Kyung went in order to portray his character.
10 Things I Learned: Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese
This portrait of the legendary singer-songwriter on tour in 1975 was nearly a decade in the making. The producer of our just-released edition takes a close look at the special period in Dylan’s career that the film captures.
10 Things I Learned: The Gunfighter
The producer of our edition of Henry King’s brooding western shares interesting facts he uncovered about the veteran director’s career, the origin of the film’s protagonist, and a Bob Dylan song inspired by its story line.
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