Monthly Archives: September 2013

Remembering Carolyn, by David Amram

Carolyn was one of the people who made everyone she knew try harder, think more, say less and appreciate the beauty that surrounds us all every day. While she was as strong a person as anyone any of us ever knew, she still remained so sensitive, often fragile and always loving. And she shared that […]

In Memoriam: Carolyn Cassady 1923-2013

In Memoriam: Carolyn Cassady 1923-2013

She was born Carolyn Robinson on April 23, 1923 in Lansing, Michigan the youngest of five. The family moved to Nashville, Tennessee when she was nine. Later in life, after her husband Neal passed away and her children were grown, Carolyn made her home in England. She’d often recount the tale of how ever since […]

John Krokidas and the Beat Generation

John Krokidas, Director of Kill Your Darlings is interviewed by Mattia Micucci (28 Times Cinema) at the Venice Days film festival: Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac and William S. Burroughs. Three iconic figures in literature, the three main exponents of the literary beat movement. Three of the most influential writers of all time. It´s hard to […]

Kill Your Darlings Trailer

Kill Your Darlings Trailer

The new trailer for Kill Your Darlings just went up, and leaves us with no shortage of curiosity. Refreshingly, the intellectual nature of the Beat circle, their fascination and voracious pursuit of ideas, during the Columbia years appears to feature prominently. It appears Director John Krokidas places due emphasis on their interest in the unconventional […]

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