All posts tagged "carlos reygadas"
Our Time: Carlos Reygadas Discusses His Daily Routine, Thoughts on Relationships, and How Cinema is Like FishingJuly 9, 2019
In a noisy world, Mexican auteur Carlos Reygadas makes cinema centered on presence. In that presence,...
AFI Fest 2018 Wrap: Team MovieMaker‘s Favorites From This Year’s FestivalNovember 27, 2018
In experimenting with all forms of moviemaking, this year’s AFI Fest slate managed to spread the...
AFI Fest 2018 Preview: International Masters and New Voices Come to Hollywood with Boundary-Pushing StoriesNovember 8, 2018
Year after year, cinephiles in Los Angeles eagerly await the announcement of AFI Fest’s list of...
Three’s Company: A Busy Weekend Of L.A. Film Fests Highlights The City’s Multiculturalism and Fierce IndependenceJune 19, 2017
Repertoire theaters, star-studded evenings, plenty of multiplexes and art houses theaters, as well as a never-ending...
Beyond the Gruesome Truth: Amat Escalante on Realism and Provocation in HeliJune 12, 2014
Cathartic and uncompromising, the visceral honesty contained in every frame of Amat Escalante’s third feature, Heli,...
How Sputnik Created the Creepiest Cinematic Alien in Years
How to Start Your Script With a Killer Opening Scene
- Comrades! Enjoy This Hideously Great Sputnik Concept Art August 13, 2020
- How Sputnik Created the Creepiest Cinematic Alien in Years August 13, 2020
- Project Power Presents Super Powers Unlike Most Superhero Films August 13, 2020