All posts tagged "35mm"
Little Women, Uncut Gems, Marriage Story, and 6 Other New Movies Shot on FilmDecember 25, 2019
Moviegoers might be surprised to learn that despite its expensive VFX de-aging process, Martin Scorsese’s latest...
Festival Beat: Timeless Titles Grow Old But Never Die at TCM Classic Film Festival 2019September 10, 2019
Repertory cinema is alive and well across the world, and the TCM Classic Film Festival is...
Taking Your Best Shots: Kodak President of Motion Picture and Entertainment Steve Bellamy on the Value of FilmApril 3, 2018
Obituaries written about the death of film have proven to be inaccurate, based upon the current...
How They Did It
How They Did It: To Shoot The Mutineer in 35mm, the Director Took a Scalpel to His Ultra-Low BudgetOctober 4, 2017
In 2012, I wrote down the first idea I had for The Mutineer, with the intention...
Mixed Media: How Documentary God Knows Where I Am Used 35mm, 16mm, Super-16 and Digital For Its Haunting StoryMarch 29, 2017
When Linda Bishop’s body was found in an empty farmhouse in New Hampshire, her death seemed...
Canoa Revisited: Felipe Cazals on His 1976 Masterpiece, Mexican History, Horror Storytelling and Politics in FilmmakingMarch 23, 2017
In the interim between a Golden Age bogged down with melodramas, stereotypical treatments of masculine and...
The Ripple Effects of Shooting Film: Why Using 35mm for Outlaws and Angels Made Unexpected Financial SenseJuly 15, 2016
For my first feature film, I had a number of scripts ready, but the one I...
Fighting Death, of Cinema and Humanity: László Nemes and Géza Röhrig on the Blazing Son of SaulDecember 18, 2015
To walk in someone else’s shoes and see the world through their eyes is, in many...
Mother Monster: Goodnight Mommy Takes New Delight in the Classic Evil Mom TropeDecember 10, 2015
To watch Austrian duo Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz’s Goodnight Mommy is to be subject to...