The filmmaker behind 'The Lobster,' 'Dogtooth,' and 'The Favorite,' discusses the advantages of shooting on film, picking camera angles, and the value of adding some humor.
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Words of wisdom from the writer-director behind 'The Gift' and 'Boy Erased.'
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Music big enough to fill the void.
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