All posts tagged "dazed and confused"
Cold Piece of Work: Richard Linklater Braves Greenland Hurricanes for Where’d You Go, BernadetteAugust 19, 2019
Richard Linklater’s Where’d You Go, Bernadette opens with the answer to its titular question. In an...
Balancing Act: Richard Linklater’s Last Flag Flying Deftly Dances Around America’s Political MinefieldsNovember 6, 2017
Texas-based filmmaker Richard Linklater’s humanist touch and trademark ease affords him the ability to gracefully engage...
Criterion Crash Course
Criterion Crash Course: Moviemaking Lessons From Criterion’s Ghost WorldJuly 14, 2017
Whether you’re a moviemaker, critic or devoted film collector, lovers of cinema can all agree: A...
Before Her Time: Julie Delpy Reflects on the Before Trilogy, and Her Struggle for Respect as a Female FilmmakerFebruary 28, 2017
French actress and director Julie Delpy is a part of the perfect trifecta of talent behind...
Articles - Festival Beat
Bringing Film to Coachella: AMFM Fest aims to bring film, art, and more music to the Coachella ValleyJune 5, 2013
AMFM Fest, the new acronymic festival in the Coachella Valley, might just be aiming to overthrow...
Hanging Out with Richard Linklater: On Directing, subUrbia and Ensemble CastsFebruary 1, 1997
You probably knew guys like Rick Linklater in school. Guys who were well-rounded, well-liked and well-adjusted, but who...
Articles - Directing
From Austin to Austria: Richard Linklater Pulls An All-Nighter On Before SunriseApril 12, 1995
Richard Linklater came to film relatively late in life. He didn’t start watching movies seriously until...
What Biden Means for Movies; Sam Pollard on MLK/FBI; Oldest Marathoner Gets a Movie
How We Accidentally Made a Covid Christmas Classic
Ammonite Writer-Director Francis Lee Requires Every Object to Have a Rich History and Defined Purpose
- To Cast Balram in The White Tiger, Ramin Bahrani Made the Most of an Exploratory Trip to India and Went Off-Script During Casting January 21, 2021
- What Biden Means for Movies; Sam Pollard on MLK/FBI; Oldest Marathoner Gets a Movie January 21, 2021
- No Man’s Land Director Conor Allyn on Using a Classic Genre to Explore the Border January 20, 2021