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Award-winning producer Duncan Scott worked with Ayn Rand to restore the Italian screen adaptation of We The Living. Today he intends to capitalize on the wave of interest in her ideas -- by creating a new film where those ideas take center stage.
Is the the new Atlas Shrugged movie coming to your area? It's not just a chance to see Rand's novel on the big screen; it's also a rare opportunity to connect with people who share your love for Ayn Rand's ideas.
After decades of fruitless attempts to turn Atlas Shrugged into a movie, John Aglialoro remained adamant about creating a script that would be as faithful as possible to Ayn Rand's novel. Meet the man he hired to write that script.
Some of us weren't just skeptical about the new Atlas Shrugged movie; we wanted it stopped. There's no way a rushed, small-budget, independent production could do justice to Ayn Rand's novel. Or could it?
The new film adaptation of Atlas Shrugged offers first-rate set design, editing, music, wardrobe, and camerawork. Overall it was much stronger than expected. Why, then, are some viewers left unfulfilled?
For successful transmission into the broader culture, great artwork must be copied into different mediums, by different artists with different visions and different capabilities. In the new Atlas Shrugged movie, this process is well at work.
This week the Atlasphere will publish a series of reviews exploring the new Atlas Shrugged movie. In this, our first review, physicist Hans Schantz looks closely at what changed from the novel and what remains intact.
Curious about the details of the new Atlas Shrugged movie trailer? Screenwriter Brian Patrick O'Toole joined us for a quick round of questions about the writing, CGI, and other details behind the recently released trailer.
In the former Soviet republic of Belarus rules Europe's last authoritarian dictator. His brutal crackdown on dissidents in December generated controversy, around which many questions remain. Jaroslav Romanchuk has answers.
America's skyrocketing national debt forces us to make hard choices. Do we go bankrupt? Raise taxes? Make (politically impossible) entitlement cuts? Perhaps, instead, we should simply cut wasteful and costly government regulations.