Andrei Tarkovsky

Spielberg, Tarkovsky, and the Power of an Invisible Long Take

Sometimes the most impressive long-take is one you don't notice is a long-take. Read More

How ‘Solaris’ Uses Colors to Tell a Story

Andrei Tarkovsky created one of the most emotional space movies of all time, a distinction he achieved visually through a… Read More

The Best Year In Movies Was 1962

The studio system was collapsing, the French New Wave was on the rise, and Gregory Peck was cinema’s greatest dad.  Read More

The Mind of a Master: Learning To Plan Through Tarkovsky’s Shot Lists

Finding patterns in logistics and aesthetics. Andrei Tarkovsky has created some of the most beautiful shots in cinema, even if… Read More

The Persistence of Perception: Past, Present, and Memory in Tarkovsky’s ‘Solaris’

The hypnotizing heart of the great psychological sci-fi film. Read More

Walking Through Tarkovsky: Doorways in the Director’s Films

Progressions physical, emotional, and intellectual. Read More

Reflections of Tarkovsky: A Montage

An emotional trope of great filmmaker. Read More

Andrei Tarkovsky and His Cinema of the Soul

Whether you’re an old fan or a neophyte, this video is an excellent encapsulation of the director’s work. Read More

Tarkovsky’s ‘Stalker’: The Antidote for Big Budget Summer Sci-Fi

Looking for any excuse, Landon Palmer and Scott Beggs are using the 2012 Sight & Sound poll results as a… Read More