All posts tagged "Dunkirk"
The Art of Fear: How Christopher Nolan Uses Perspective to Express Fear in DunkirkMarch 3, 2018
Garnering Christopher Nolan his very first nomination for the Academy Award for Best Director, Dunkirk represents...
Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2018: Academy Award-Nominated Directors Get Candid About Their FilmsFebruary 13, 2018
With three titans of cinema and two of the most acclaimed and promising debutants in years...
“Nudges and Hints”: Timothée Chalamet on the Pure Celebration of Love in Call Me By Your NameNovember 28, 2017
Italian director Luca Guadagnino’s latest Call Me By Your Name examines the mystery of love as...
Looks That Kill: DP Haris Zambarloukos Talks Shooting Murder On the Orient Express in Glorious 65MMNovember 9, 2017
Haris Zambarloukos began collaborating with acclaimed director Kenneth Branagh in 2007 on the Michael Caine vehicle Sleuth....
First Draft: Remember These Three Key Differences Between Short and Feature ScriptsNovember 7, 2017
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. A...
Scene Stealer: Barry Keoghan on Learning from Yorgos Lanthimos in The Killing of a Sacred DeerOctober 25, 2017
A quaint demeanor conceals his raging and unwavering yearning for retribution. His twisted take on the...
First Draft: One Secret to Great Dialogue? Make Your Script’s Silences CountOctober 3, 2017
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. I’ve...
Continental Divides: Could a U.S. Film Commission, Like The National Ones in Europe, Ever Add Up?May 1, 2017
When surveying the messy U.S. landscape of ever-changing film incentives and the fluctuating health of state...