All posts tagged "Sam Peckinpah"

    Night Flight on IFC: Episode 17!

    “Night Flight” was the most radically fun, nostalgically cranium-bursting cable TV program of all time, originally airing in the ’80s (and syndicated shows aired during the ’90s) during the wee hours on Fridays and Saturdays on the...

    • Posted November 30, 2018
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    “If They Move… Film ‘Em”: In 1984, Sam Peckinpah directed Julian Lennon’s “Valotte”

    In Night Flight’s “Visions of Platinum: Part 1,” which originally aired on June 12, 1985, record producer Phil Ramone told us about working with Julian Lennon, whose “Valotte” music video was, somewhat surprisingly, directed by the legendary...

    • Posted December 29, 2017
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    Take this badge off of me: The “Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid” saga

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s comprehensive retrospective of Sam Peckinpah’s features concludes with a Thursday matinees screening of his 1974 film Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (4:30pm EST). Shot amid chaos, and severely edited without...

    • Posted April 5, 2016
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