New York, New York

 
I discovered Scorsese’s NEW YORK, NEW YORK while at film school in the early 80s. It immediately made a personal connection, since I was in a difficult relationship that reminded me of the relationship between Francine and Jimmy. But it also connected to my love of Hollywood musicals, and fed straight into my graduation film CAPRICE. I believe films can be companions, and Scorsese’s homage to the heyday of Hollywood musicals has resonated with me over the years. It was again on my mind when I was conceiving EXHIBITION. He brilliantly depicts the turbulent relationship of two artists trying to live together in a way I have not seen before or since. (Joanna Hogg)

Tribute 2014
Martin Scorsese
USA 1977
color
164 minutes
OV
Screenplay Earl Mac Rauch, Mardik Martin
Cinematography Laszlo Kovacs
Editing Bert Lovitt, David Ramirez, Tom Rolf
Music John Kander, Fred Ebb
With Liza Minnelli, Robert De Niro, Mary Kay Place, Barry Primus, Lionel Stander, Georgie Auld, Jack Haley Jr.
Production
MGM