All posts tagged "Tilda Swinton"
How They Did It: Director Joanna Hogg Drew from her Memory to Craft the Sets for The SouvenirMay 16, 2019
Resurrecting momentous events in her personal history—including the physical spaces where they occurred—deftly-introspective British moviemaker Joanna...
Going to Extremes: To Create Horror That Shatters the Senses, Be Sensitive to Emotional ExtremityOctober 31, 2018
Everyone who knows me well knows that since I was very young—five, six years old—I kept...
“Nudges and Hints”: Timothée Chalamet on the Pure Celebration of Love in Call Me By Your NameNovember 28, 2017
Italian director Luca Guadagnino’s latest Call Me By Your Name examines the mystery of love as...
Needles In the Film Stock: How the Co-Directors of Letters From Baghdad Scored Rare Archival Footage For Their DocJune 1, 2017
When we started making Letters from Baghdad, about the intrepid British explorer, archaeologist and political powerhouse...
How Stop-Motion Can Survive: The Past, Present and Future of a Suffering Art (Video)February 27, 2017
From The Boxtrolls, to Anomalisa, to Kubo and the Two Strings, stop-motion animation has consecutively held its place...
First Draft: Tap Into Rhythm, Rhetoric and Other Dynamics of DialogueFebruary 24, 2017
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. Good...
Festival Wrap: Questions of Identity and Legacy Meet On Screen at the Hawaii International Film Festival 2016November 18, 2016
Hawaii, you could say, has a Hawaii problem. It’s a place, like Paris or New York...
The Rock Star Without a Voice: In A Bigger Splash, Tilda Swinton Finds Joy in MutenessMay 3, 2016
A Bigger Splash, which reteams Tilda Swinton with Italian director Luca Guadagnino (I Am Love), features...
Feast for the Eyes
Feast for the Eyes Special Edition: Top Five Food Moments in 2014 FilmsJanuary 6, 2015
Our irregular blog Feast for the Eyes charts the gastronomic iconography of the screen, pondering the...