Here's a video essay on why the pride and despair of Paul Schrader's film defines the latent darkness of the 2010s.
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Author: Meg Shields
Baby. Yeah, Baby.
Everything in 'Days of Heaven' was accomplished in-camera. And yes that includes the locusts.
Turns out understanding how they designed the screams of the Nazgûl only makes them creepier.
From black hats to psychopaths, here's how filmmakers choose to represent evil on-screen.
It's the golden rule of film school and one of the most reliable tools in a cinematographer's toolkit. So, how does the 180° rule work?
Fincher is a man of details, so let's look at one of his most recurring calling cards.
Their debut, 'Bound,' announced their arrival on the scene of genre cinema.
Is the Criterion Collection a cult? If you're selling physical media these days, you kind of have to be.
Here's how cinematographers accomplish the disorienting trick also known as "the 'Vertigo' effect."