All posts tagged "Barry Jenkins"
How They Did It
How They Did It: The Farewell Writer-Director Lulu Wang Shares Secrets to Turning Your Life Story into a Memoir MovieJuly 24, 2019
The week before production started on The Farewell—my sophomore feature about a young woman (Billi, played...
If Beale Street Could Talk DP James Laxton on Using the Large Format Alexa 65 Freely for Barry Jenkins’ Period RomanceMarch 26, 2019
Director Barry Jenkins and cinematographer James Laxton have enjoyed a meteoric rise through the industry together,...
Fest Beat: Indie Memphis Showcases Auteur-Driven Programming, Live Music, and Rich Banana PuddingMarch 14, 2019
When you’re finishing a movie, the rest of the world fades into white noise. That doesn’t...
Color Commentary: A Seasoned Colorist Breaks Down the Process, and How It Will Enhance Your MovieFebruary 4, 2019
Your colorist is the most elusive-yet integral member of your post-production team. Whether you’re aware of it or not, color’s unique essence directly...
Moonlight Co-Editor Nat Sanders Talks Quitting Your Day Job, Disagreeing With Directors and That Awkward Oscars MomentMay 17, 2017
Though his nomination for a Best Editing Oscar for Moonlight wasn’t as monumental as his co-editor Joi McMillon’s—she was...
First Draft: Top Moviemakers Share The Worst Notes They Ever ReceivedApril 6, 2017
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. Writing...
Independent Spirit Awards 2017: Spirits Stick to Their Essence, Rewarding Moonlight, The Witch and Spa NightFebruary 26, 2017
Breaking with what in recent editions served as a preview to the Academy Awards, the 2017...
Janelle Monáe, Ruth Negga, Dev Patel and More: Eight Rising "Virtuosos" Dropped Serious Wisdom in Santa BarbaraFebruary 17, 2017
Through characters as eclectic as a kindhearted drug dealer, a woman heading to court for love,...
Video - Directing
Watch: Barry Jenkins Rides the Cinematic High of Wong Kar-wai’s In the Mood For LoveNovember 30, 2016
How can a film’s setting feel so massive in scope and scale, yet so insular, as if...