All posts tagged "World Cinema"
“Making Movies as Timeless as They Can Be”: Director Ritesh Batra on Evoking Longing in PhotographMay 16, 2019
In an early scene in Photograph, Ritesh Batra’s return to his hometown Mumbai after his directorial...
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...
The Touring Talkies of India: India’s Mobile Theaters Are Becoming Extinct, As Doc The Cinema Travellers DepictsAugust 28, 2017
Red mud-baked roads. A smoggy pink dawn. Air redolent with saffron. Loudspeakers propped precipitously. Two boys...
Recreating Revolution: Mohamed Diab on Shooting Clash Entirely Inside a Van, and Getting a Letter From Tom HanksAugust 25, 2017
Over the course of a single day, individuals from across Egypt’s political, religious, economical and social...
Foreign Contenders: Cristi Puiu’s Sieranevada Dissects Romanian Society Through a Confined EpicDecember 15, 2016
MovieMaker’s series “Foreign Contenders” will feature interviews with the heavyweight helmers behind their respective countries’ entries for the...
Online Film Festivals Unite Moviemakers and Movie Lovers Separated by Covid-19
Movie News: Tiger King Updates; John Krasinski Brings Good News; Most-Streamed Movies
Lost Transmissions Director Katharine O’Brien on the Film’s Real Inspiration
Mads Mikkelsen: Things I’ve Learned as a Moviemaker
- Online Film Festivals Unite Moviemakers and Movie Lovers Separated by Covid-19 March 30, 2020
- Movie News: Tiger King Updates; John Krasinski Brings Good News; Most-Streamed Movies March 30, 2020
- How Dolemite Is My Name Writers Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski Went From Roommates to Masters of the Biopic (Podcast) March 30, 2020