All posts tagged "Rachel Weisz"

  • All-Seeing Eyes: How Director Yorgos Lanthimos and DP Robbie Ryan Defy Period Film Aesthetics in follow url The Favourite

    A caustic, royal love triangle is the new target of industrious Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos’ delectably wicked gaze. Boasting absurd and hilarious turns by Olivia...

  • go Stone Cold: Emma Stone on Her Charming, Devious Turn in The Favourite

    The first thing you notice about Emma Stone are her eyes, green and enormous. But she squinted almost as soon as she glided into the...

  • Weisz Beyond Her Years: From Optioned Novel to Arthouse Drama, Rachel Weisz Nurtured Disobedience at Every Stage

    Facing down a casting system that has historically held out on women over the age of 40, Rachel Weisz, daughter of inventor George Weisz, has...

  • “Every Movie I Make, I Commit My Entire World:” Derek Cianfrance Talks The Light Between Oceans

    It’s just plain fun to watch Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander, whose real-life romance is the stuff of celebrity gossip fodder, fall in love against...

  • Defining Complete Unknown: Joshua Marston on Writing Shape-Shifting Characters, Directing a Contained Set

    Joshua Marston’s latest film, Complete Unknown, is an exploration of what it means to be a filmmaker, a film actor or even a film writer....

  • Idiomatic Idiosyncrasy: Yorgos Lanthimos Talks The Lobster, Greek Cinema and Musical Subtlety

    Whether depicting a family sheltering their children into madness, a group of people selling an unorthodox yet efficient cure for grief, or a world a...

  • The Legitimizor: Rian Johnson Fakes It for The Brothers Bloom

    There’s a machine which, in the back of my mind, I always assumed existed. It’s called “The Legitimizor.” Housed in a lead casing, tangled in...