All posts tagged "venice film festival"
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...
"My Films are Free:" Filipino Master Lav Diaz on His Four-Hour Latest, The Woman Who LeftJune 6, 2017
For most directors, time is both a currency and a boundary that forces them to adapt...
A Different Way of Doing Things: Orthodox Moviemaker Rama Burshtein on Her Hasidic Rom-Com The Wedding PlanMay 15, 2017
The Wedding Plan, the second feature by 50-year-old ultra-Orthodox Israeli writer/director Rama Burshtein, is a rom-com...
Opposite Country: Lorenzo Vigas on Anamorphic Intimacy and Venezuelan Daddy Issues in From AfarJune 21, 2016
Using his privilege as a weapon, a middle-aged man roams the streets of Caracas, searching young...
Choose Your Own Reality: an Interview with Mr. Nobody Director Jaco Van DormaelOctober 30, 2013
Mr. Nobody, the inventive, original third feature of Belgian director Jaco Van Dormael, opens in U.S....
Tiger King: When Joe Exotic Was a Cop
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How to Start Your Script With a Killer Opening Scene
Comrades! Enjoy This Hideously Great Sputnik Concept Art
- Tiger King: When Joe Exotic Was a Cop September 29, 2020
- Movie News: How Tom Cruise Inspired Fargo; Lego Horror; The Rock Endorses September 28, 2020
- The Real Driver in Green Book Appeared in Goodfellas, The Godfather and The Sopranos September 27, 2020