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You Should Rewatch Whit Stillman’s
Few films capture the magic of New York between Christmas and New Year’s.
What’s Up With the
on the Met Roof?
is made entirely from a cut-up and reconfigured decaying barn from Schoharie, New York.
Whit Stillman on 10 of His Biggest Influences
Including Evelyn Waugh, J.D. Salinger, and Alfred Hitchcock.
Rich, Beautiful and Surprisingly Virtuous: A Whit Stillman Primer
Whit Stillman only has only four films to his name, and like most directors who can manage to craft a career out of a few highly personal, […]
Whit Stillman Offers Praise for August Movies — and Might Finally Be Directing a New One
An insightful interview of the nineties indie-comedy favorite suggests he might have a movie set in Jamaica shooting soon.