Born Allen Stewart Konigsberg in Brooklyn, New York on December 1, 1935, Woody Allen adopted his stage name at the age of 17, and began a career as an actor, screenwriter, director, and playwright. He brought a new, psychoanalytic style to cinema, creating conflicted urban characters who confessed their inadequacies and tried to deal with their neuroses. This category deals with all elements of his art, together with critical appreciation.
Filmography with ratings, stills from the films, and advertisements.
A comprehencive list of books and journal articles, with a section arranged by individual films.
Article about Allen's visit to Columbia while making a film.
Trivia questions that challenge the moviegoer to find odd connections in Allen's work. Answers are provided.
Filmography, biography, photographs, and quotations.
A collection of sayings attributed to Woody Allen.
New York Magazine interviews Woody Allen.
Filmography with ratings, links to reviews and news, buying guide to Allen's movies.
Philm Freax presents illustrated interviews.
News about the actor continually updated from around the net.
Concise list of credits includes Oscar nominations.
New York Times interview. Allen discusses the great American movies, particularly "Shane." Site requires (free) registration.
Reviews of Allen's films, books, and music. Includes pictures, sound samples, links, and scripts.
An archive of facts with lists Allen's films and books, and links to Web resources.
Collection of funny quotes attributed to Woody Allen.
Fan club for Woody Allen and his films. Fan messages and chat room.
Online club offers picture albums, messages about Allen's latest activities, and a chance to discuss his movies.
Book by Marion Meade is reviewed by Adrian Bonenberger.
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