All posts tagged "Emmanuel Lubezki"

  • Criterion Crash Course: Moviemaking Lessons from Criterion’s The Tree of Life

    Whether you’re a moviemaker, critic, or devoted film collector, lovers of cinema can all agree: A Criterion Collection release is a stamp of cultural importance....

  • go here ICYMI: The Best of March 2017 on Moviemaker.com

    For the moviemakers featured in our slate of content throughout March 2017, resourcefulness was the name of the game. Whether it’s the cast and crew...

  • source Canoa Revisited: Felipe Cazals on His 1976 Masterpiece, Mexican History, Horror Storytelling and Politics in Filmmaking

    In the interim between a Golden Age bogged down with melodramas, stereotypical treatments of masculine and pastoral glorification, and the emergence of the world-class brigade...

  • Devilish Charisma: Michael Fassbender on Making Song to Song With Terrence Malick and Emmanuel Lubezki

    Overdosing on his on own ambition, confronted with the shattered reality of a broken brotherly bond and a slew of unsatisfying affairs, Michael Fassbender’s Cook...

  • True Invisibility: An Interview with Editors Stephen Mirrione and Douglas Crise of Birdman

    The “single shot” that underpins Alejandro González Iñárritu’s new movie, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), is an immersive, visceral experience, form at its most...

  • Things I’ve Learned as a Moviemaker: Alfonso Cuarón

    Alfonso Cuarón is a Mexican screenwriter, director, and producer known best for his films Y Tu Mamá También, Children of Men, and Gravity.  Born in 1961 in...

  • The French New Wave Revisited: Today’s Moviemakers Reflect on the Old Guard of Innovators

    Some 40-plus years ago a gifted band of moviemakers—celebrated the world over as the French ‘New Wave’—were playfully reinventing the rules of the game. One-time...