All posts tagged "Foreign Language Oscar"
Fighting Words: Samuel Maoz’s Foxtrot Portrays Grief in Strictly Visual TermsMarch 1, 2018
With his first feature Lebanon and his latest Foxtrot, Israeli auteur Samuel Maoz—a former tank gunner turned...
Foreign Contenders: Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson Confronts Neighborly Conflicts with Under the TreeDecember 11, 2017
Not unlike an alchemist, Icelandic Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson has mastered the improbable formula to produce amalgamations...
Failed Fatherland: Martin Zandvliet Disarms a Dark Passage in Denmark’s History in Oscar-Nominated Land of MineFebruary 13, 2017
Describing a war film as “visually economical” goes against the expectation of grandeur associated with those...
“I Discovered One of the Most Interesting Women Ever:” An Interview with Jackie Director Pablo LarraínDecember 5, 2016
Previously known for his 2012 film No and 2015 film The Club, Pablo Larraín has sprung into...
Editor’s Weekend Pick: Director Felix Van Groeningen’s Exclusive Account of The Broken Circle BreakdownOctober 31, 2013
“Every day I was crying,” says director Felix Van Groeningen about his experience in production on...-&url=https://www.moviemaker.com/felix-van-groeningen-the-broken-circle-breakdown/', 'twitterShare', 'width=626,height=436'); return false;" title="Tweet This Post"> by Felix Van Groeningen
Wisdom Wednesday: Gavin Hood’s 31 Golden Rules of MovieMaking
South African director, writer and producer Gavin Hood shares his 31 Golden Rules of MovieMaking –...-&url=https://www.moviemaker.com/wisdom-wednesday-gavin-hoods-31-golden-rules-of-moviemaking/', 'twitterShare', 'width=626,height=436'); return false;" title="Tweet This Post"> by Gavin Hood