Todd Haynes

May December

Todd Haynes’ ‘May December’ Twists the Knife to the Bone


In which Todd Haynes goes full Pedro Almodóvar and never looks back.

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A Color Theory Reading of Todd Haynes’ ‘Carol’


When it comes to Todd Haynes, Ed Lachman, and color, “There are no accidents.”

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Todd Haynes: Master of Melodrama


Big emotions, endless conflict, and beautiful surfaces are the director’s trademark.

Dark Waters

The Burden of Truth in ‘Dark Waters’


‘Dark Waters’ doesn’t just focus on the story it uncovers, but also the toil of having damning knowledge without the power to save the people that are in danger.

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The Real Story Behind ‘Dark Waters’


The new film from Todd Haynes focuses on Robert Bilott, an attorney who took on the goliath chemical company DuPont.

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Todd Haynes and Mark Ruffalo Tackle Environmentalism in ‘Dry Run’


Neither the ‘Carol’ director or the ‘Avengers’ actor are strangers to activism, and their timely team-up feels especially welcome.

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Why Todd Haynes’ ‘Wonderstruck’ is a Movie for Everyone


If you have a heart or just love good cinematography, you’ll want to watch ‘Wonderstruck.’

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Todd Haynes is Directing Another Music Movie, But This Time It’s a Documentary


The filmmaker’s first nonfiction effort will focus on The Velvet Underground.

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The Mark of Heaven: Douglas Sirk’s Influence on Todd Haynes