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Friday, Feb. 8, 2019
Lensing "Cold War," "The Favourite," "Gotham," "Beyond"
One cinematographer’s reunion with a director resulted yet again in Best Cinematography Oscar, ASC and BAFTA Award nominations. Another DP scored his first Oscar, ASC Award and BAFTA nods for his initial pairing with a celebrated filmmaker. A third lenser received his sixth career ASC Award...
Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019
Directors Reflect On Their Return To Sundance
Director Joe Berlinger is no stranger to Sundance. He has over the years debuted six lauded documentaries there, the last being WHITEY: United States of America v. James J. Bulger in 2014. The first was back in ‘92 when he and colleague Bruce Sinofsky’s Brother’s Keeper won the Audience Award. In ‘...
Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019
VFX Supervisors Reflect On "First Man," "Christopher Robin," "Isle of Dogs"
Paul Lambert, visual effects supervisor at Double Negative (DNEG), last month earned his second Best Visual Effects Oscar nomination. It came for First Man (Universal Pictures), a year after he won the Academy Award for Blade Runner 2049 . As VFX supervisor on First Man , Lambert and his team...
Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019
Review: Director Asghar Farhadi's "Everybody Knows"
There are few more seductive things to watch onscreen than a big, wine-soaked, multi-generational family wedding like the one that happens early in "Everybody Knows," Asghar Farhadi's new thriller set in a picturesque Spanish village. But as good as Farhadi is at portraying the infectious revelry...
Friday, Feb. 1, 2019
Review: Director Dan Gilroy's "Velvet Buzzsaw"
The art installation, so often a playground in the contemporary art museum, is in Dan Gilroy's gloriously gory satire "Velvet Buzzsaw" a terror chamber. Interactivity is involuntary. "Velvet Buzzsaw ," which opens on the Art Basel Miami Beach fair, assembles a glittering gallery of art-world snobs...
Monday, Jan. 28, 2019
Review: Director Joe Penna's "Arctic"
The premise for "Arctic " is so simple it's almost silly to describe: Stranded man tries to survive. It's also been done more than a few times in movies, so it's understandable if hearing that invokes a yawn. And yet with barely any dialogue, traditional storytelling methods or even a cute pet or...
Monday, Jan. 28, 2019
Review: Director Mike Mitchell's "The LEGO Movie 2"
"The LEGO Movie" is a hard act to follow. Its world was so fresh and vibrant and unexpected, it's no wonder that it spawned a number of spinoffs of varying quality. But the big test was always going to be the sequel and whether or not it could recreate the magic of the first. And I'm pleased to...
Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019
Review: Director Peter Jackson's "They Shall Not Grow Old"
Director Peter Jackson is upfront about what audiences should not expect from his unconventional World War I documentary, "They Shall Not Grow Old." This is a film made by a non-historian for an audience of non-historians, he says. There are no dates, names or locations. Neither are there any...
Thursday, Jan. 3, 2019
Review: Director Adam Robitel's "Escape Room"
In retrospect, it's actually kind of surprising that there hasn't been an escape room-themed horror movie until now. The popular interactive mystery games are kind of mini films. There's a built-in set, stakes, opportunities for conflict and teamwork and a logical start and finish. It's certainly a...
Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019
Review: Director Robert Zemeckis' "Welcome to Marwen"
Eighteen years ago, a man named Mark Hogencamp was brutally beaten by five men outside of a bar in Kingston, New York. The assault put him in a coma for over a week and left him with permanent brain damage and little memory of his previous life. To cope, he constructed an elaborate miniature World...

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