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By Aline Dolinh
How does Jonathan Glazer’s camera effectively “other” the human world?
The ‘You Were Never Really Here’ and ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin’ director composes her movies like near-perfect poems.
“It’s not like the climax of our movie is in a bigger maze with a bigger Griever.”
By Anna Swanson
James Bond has been introduced and reintroduced to audiences a lot over the years. That’s part of why the franchise is still going strong.
When film directors venture into music videos, great things can happen.
Wes Anderson and his collaborators provide insight into the way they brought ‘Isle of Dogs’ to life.
By Elazar Fine
An argument for spending less time concerned with Steven Soderbergh’s innovation and more time appreciating the fact that he’s a damn good filmmaker.
By William Dass
We chat with Eshom and Ian Nelms about what it takes to make an excellent, small movie about some messed up people just trying to do the right thing.
The director’s camerawork is so precise that it can commandeer your perception.