GoodFellas is more than just a breathless tale of middle-management in the Mafia. It’s one of Martin Scorsese’s many films in which he seeks enlightenment.
One of the most original screenplays to ever emerge from Hollywood, this seriously funny comedy ponders the very meaning of our existence.
Humanity has been blighted with massacres since Biblical times, but the word genocide was not coined until 1933. How has cinema faired in depicting it?
Major Tom, Ziggy Stardust or The Thin White Duke. Who was David Bowie is the wrong question to ask. Much better to ponder on what he made and why.
Steven Benedict is a well-known radio broadcaster, college lecturer, writer, producer, and director of films and documentaries.