Jesse James Revival in Hollywood (TICKETS NOW ON SALE)

Jesse James Revival heads out west, bringing a screening of “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,” to American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood – Los Angeles, California.

This special screening will take place on February 15th at 7:30pm, and will feature a question and answer session featuring “The Assassination of Jesse James…” director, Andrew Dominik.

Tickets are on sale now by visiting this link: Jesse James Revival at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, California (more…)


Film.com: Revival Goes West: Is ‘The Assassination of Jesse James’ About to Become a Confirmed Classic?

Our final piece in a week-long series of Jesse James Revival related content, leading up to tomorrow’s sold out screening of “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,” comes from Film.com’s Calum Marsh.

Click here to view the entire article, or read an excerpt below.  For those of you attending tomorrow night’s screening, we look forward to seeing you.  Tickets are still available for Sunday’s screening at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York, and tickets are on sale for the Tucson, AZ screening on December 17, 2013.  Thank you again to everyone for your support!

Here is an excerpt from Calum’s article:

Among critics, and among American critics in particular, the traditional attitude toward any film’s reputation is skepticism. We eye received wisdom of any kind warily. We regard consensus, or in any case simply the illusion of consensus, as inherently dubious. Inclined, perhaps, to follow our territorial impulse, we reject the dustiest exponents of the canon with a vitriol commensurate with their esteem, chucking out old favorites to clear some room for the newly reclaimed and restored. They got it wrong. But we’ll get it right: we’ll correct the historical record and give the long-maligned their due. (more…)


Film School Rejects.com: How Warren Ellis and Nick Cave’s Music Haunted “The Assassination of Jesse James…”

The latest feature in our series of Jesse James related content leading up to the Jesse James Revival premiere screening on Saturday comes from FilmSchoolRejects.com writer, Allison Loring and take a look at the score for “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,” which was composed by Warren Ellis and Nick Cave.

Click here to read the full article on FilmSchoolReject.com, and, although Saturday’s screening is sold out, tickets for Sunday’s screening are still available.  That screening will feature an introduction by Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford author, Ron Hansen!  Click here for ticket information


TheFilmStage: Interview with Andrew Dominik

We are excited to bring you more Jesse James Revival related content from TheFilmStage.com – an interview with Andrew Dominik on the impending kick-off of the revival on Saturday!  Click here to view the full interview on The Film Stage’s website.

Reminder: Tickets are still available for this Sunday’s screening of “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,” at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City.  Featuring an introduction by Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford author, Ron Hansen!  Click here for ticket information


HitFix: Roger Deakins reflects on ‘The Assassination of Jesse James…’

This week, Jesse James Revival screenings begin with our first screening event for “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” (Starring Brad Pitt and Casey Affleck) on Saturday with special guest:  Writer/Director Andrew Dominik (6pm at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City).

All week, we will provide you with features about the film to help hype you up for the big screening event.  Today, we feature an article by Jesse James Revival’s very own Kristopher Tapley with his piece, originally published on HitFix Entertainment News.  Kristopher has put together a great piece on Roger Deakins’ work on Jesse. (Click here for the source article or view the full text after the jump): (more…)