All posts tagged "Mike Leigh"
Peterloo: Director Mike Leigh Doesn’t Play It Safe With His 19th Century Period DramaApril 4, 2019
To make Peterloo—my new film based on the Peterloo Massacre of 1819, during which tens of thousands...
Criterion Crash Course
Criterion Crash Course: Moviemaking Lessons From Criterion’s The Tree of Wooden ClogsFebruary 20, 2017
Whether you’re a moviemaker, critic or devoted film collector, lovers of cinema can all agree: A...
Art School Confidential: Timothy Spall on Painting the Sublime in Mr. TurnerDecember 17, 2014
“Implosive, curious mind… beautiful, grandiloquent language.” That’s Timothy Spall describing Joseph Mallord William Turner, whose mantle...
Things I’ve Learned: Mike LeighDecember 17, 2014
Wickedly observant, consummately English, a cinematic storyteller par excellence: Mike Leigh is the award-winning writer-director behind...
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