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Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2021
Review: Director Leos Carax's "Annette"
"Annette" is a film that's likely best experienced rather than described. Anyone familiar with the work of French director Leos Carax, best known for the surreal Denis Lavant fantasy "Holy Motors," probably already knew that. But tack on the fact that the script and music was written by Sparks duo...
Friday, Aug. 6, 2021
Mid-year Report Card Survey: Lessons Learned From The Pandemic, Social Injustice
Is the glass half full or half empty? Or should we instead just look through the glass to see a better world and then reflect on what each of us can do in order to move that vision closer to reality? In its Midyear Report Card Survey, SHOOT sought feedback from a cross-section of the industry and...
Wednesday, Jun. 30, 2021
Review: Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson's "Summer of Soul"
In the summer of 1969, the same summer as Woodstock, some of the biggest musical acts of the time, like Stevie Wonder, B.B. King, Nina Simone, Sly & the Family Stone, Mahalia Jackson and the Fifth Dimension all performed in New York's Mount Morris Park. Woodstock was immortalized. The Harlem...
Tuesday, Jun. 29, 2021
Review: Director Cate Shortland's "Black Widow"
How fleeting world domination can be. It can disappear in a snap. It's been two years since the last Marvel film, an unfathomable chasm for an ever-churning movie machine. In between, Marvel has made its most ambitious forays onto television, with the streaming series "WandaVision," "The Falcon and...
Thursday, Jun. 24, 2021
Review: Director Heidi Ewing's "I Carry You with Me"
Director Heidi Ewing makes a powerful narrative debut with " I Carry You with Me," a dreamy and tender, decades-spanning story about love, sacrifice, memory and immigration. The central character is Iván (Armando Espitia), an aspiring chef who we meet in Mexico as he's struggling to get a spot in a...
Wednesday, Jun. 16, 2021
Review: Director Enrico Casarosa's "Luca" For Pixar
A brisk and bright sun-dappled fable of above-ground adventure and below-the-surface identity, Enrico Casarosa's "Luca" — a summery, shimmering fish-out-of-water fairy tale — is one of Pixar's most pure and condensed enchantments. Pixar has plunged into the sea before, of course, in the aquatic "...
Wednesday, Jun. 16, 2021
Review: Director Paul Weitz's "Fatherhood" Starring Kevin Hart
Kevin Hart can make us laugh and cry, it seems, even if the vehicle was practically engineered to bring on the waterworks. In "Fatherhood," on Netflix on Friday, he plays a new dad whose wife dies shortly after childbirth and he's left raising their daughter on his own. To be fair, there's been...
Tuesday, Jun. 8, 2021
Review: Lin-Manuel Miranda and Director Jon M. Chu's "In the Heights"
"I am Usnavi and you prob'ly never heard my name," declares bodega owner Usnavi at the start of "In the Heights," Lin-Manuel Miranda's contagiously joyous ode to his beloved Washington Heights neighborhood. "Reports of my fame are greatly exaggerated." Um … maybe not for long. Projects by Miranda...
Friday, Jun. 4, 2021
Cannes Lions Preview: Careful, Thoughtful Deliberation During Extraordinary Times
Cannes Lions judges this time around may be looking at work in some respects through a Glass prism. That’s the assessment of PJ Pereira, creative chairman of Pereira O’Dell and a 2021 juror on Glass: The Lion for Change. The Glass Lion honors work that implicitly or explicitly addresses issues of...
Friday, Jun. 4, 2021
Cinematographers Shed Light On "Small Axe," "The Handmaid’s Tale," "The Nevers"
One DP landed a major career break from an Oscar-winning filmmaker and now finds himself front and center on the awards show circuit. Another took on a high-profile show, his first episode being directed by the cinematographer who preceded him. And our third cinematographer, a two-time Oscar...

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