It’ll be like those friends of mine in that other movie. I’ll be, like, the funny waiter. The clerk in the bookstore. I’ll have one funny, Hal Hartley-esque scene.
Trust me. It’s not like I’m going to read the script and go, ‘Oh no, forget it. I’m not going to play the lead in a Hal Hartley movie.’More quotes »
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Hal Hartley To Close Off 'Henry Fool' Trilogy With 'Ned Rifle,' Louis Leterrier Reteaming With Luc Besson For 'Sea At War'
Hartley’s recent work hasn’t been as high profile as his films back in the ‘90s, but it looks like the director is back in action yet again, with a continuation of one of his best known pictures. This time, the project is “Ned Rifle,” which is a follow-up from Indie Wire Read more »
Random Roles: James Urbaniak on Venture Bros.’ return and Hal Hartley’s Lord Of The Rings
some variant on the weird, nebbishy guy whose intensity can be a little overwhelming. From his early film days in the Hal Hartley ensemble to his recent work as an ingratiating polygrapher on Homeland, he’s always had an unblinking focus that makes him memorable. from The A.V. Club Read more »
New out on DVD: Cloud Atlas, another Gatsby
dozen feature films have been made available on Blu-ray or DVD courtesy of U.S. distributor Olive Films. Marketed as The Hal Hartley Collection but packaged separately, the discs include several of the director’s short films. I reviewed Olive’s release of from Montreal Gazette Read more »
Cannes: Fortissimo Takes Sales Rights to Hal Hartley’s 'Ned Rifle'
out its distribution slate at the Marche du Film, Fortissimo Films has taken on global sales rights for indie-director Hal Hartley’s upcoming project, Ned Rifle. The third and final chapter of Hartley's long-running tragicomic trilogy begun with Henry Fool from Hollywood Reporter Read more »
Director Hal Hartley discusses the legacy of his 1990s indie masterpieces
those who recognise it, the influence of Hal Hartley can be discerned in the work of many a current filmmaker who came to maturity in the 90s, from mainstream comedies through arty Oscar-baiters to the indiest of hipster indies. Though Hartley is too modest from The List Read more »