Bryan Cranston

  • Festivals

Ron Ninio: How “Your Honor” Conquered the World

Season two of the Showtime series Your Honor, starring Golden Globe winner  Bryan Cranston, has just begun. Based on the Israeli series Kvodo, the story centers on a respected judge whose son is involved in a hit-and-run accident, leading to difficult choices and terrible consequences as he attempts to keep the crime a secret The show returns to follow ex-judge Michael Desiato (Cranston), now a man forced to face the wreckage of his former life.
  • Industry

Hollywood’s Latest Obsession – Fraudsters, Scammers, and Con Artists

Cinematic anti-heroes have long been an entertainment staple. Think classic characters like Orson Welles’ Charles Foster Kane in Citizen Kane (1941), Malcolm McDowell’s Alex DeLarge, a Golden Globe Nominee for Best Picture-Drama, A Clockwork Orange (1971), and, more recently, the Golden Globe Winning TV Drama Breaking Bad’s protagonist Walter White (played by Bryan Cranston), a mild-mannered, middle school teacher pivoted to the perilous world of big-time drug dealing.
  • Interviews

Bryan Cranston and Benjamin Bratt on “The Infiltrator”

The cocaine trade that peaked in the eighties and nineties and the ensuing drug wars have left a profound mark in the culture, reflected in a bona fide film genre which produced films such as Steven Soderbergh’s Traffic, Oliver Stone’s Savages, Ted Demmes’ Blow and Denise Villeneuve’s Sicario. Not since the gangster movies inspired by prohibition has organized crime held such sway over Hollywood, it seems, as the Cocaine cowboys and the lawmen that tracked them.