All posts tagged "michael haneke"
Settling the Score: Director Matthew Porterfield on Selecting and Syncing Perfect Songs for Sollers PointMay 22, 2018
I’ve been committed to the idea of using mostly diegetic sound in my films. It’s not...
2017 AFI Fest Preview: 10 Films and Filmmakers From This Year’s Line-Up You Should Track DownNovember 8, 2017
Returning for the 31st round, AFI Fest continues to have some of the most striking, innovative,...
She’s Every Woman: In Julian Rosefeldt’s Manifesto, Cate Blanchett Proves It’s All in Her (Interview)May 8, 2017
Cate Blanchett is every woman in Julian Rosefeldt’s feature film Manifesto, based on the German artist/director’s...
"In the Saddest Moments, I Want to Do Comedy:" Lone Scherfig on Her Sparkling New Film, Their FinestApril 4, 2017
Danish director Lone Scherfig’s new romantic dramedy, Their Finest, continues her love affair with British wit...
Cimino, Chabrol, Hanson and Haneke: Isabelle Huppert Reflects on the Cinematic MastersFebruary 17, 2017
Isabelle Huppert, often referred to as the greatest actress working today, is an artist with incomparable...
“You Either Are an Actor or You Aren’t an Actor:” An Interview with Isabelle HuppertNovember 16, 2016
Good fortune and strategic diligence. Those, says Isabelle Huppert, are the key ingredients to a long,...
Criterion Crash Course
Criterion Crash Course: Moviemaking Lessons From Criterion’s The Story of the Last ChrysanthemumSeptember 13, 2016
Whether you’re a moviemaker, critic or devoted film collector, lovers of cinema can all agree: A...
Auteur in the Making: With The Childhood of a Leader, Brady Corbet Comes of Age as a MoviemakerJuly 22, 2016
Hours prior to the end of the world, he becomes a bride’s object of desire. He’s...
Articles - Festivals
Tribeca 2013: Dance docs, war docs, Michael Haneke docs, and a few films that aren’t docsApril 4, 2013
Wading through the muck of Tribeca’s programming is always a tricky business. It’s gotten a bit...