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Friday, Nov. 19, 2021
For cinematographer Ari Wegner, the opportunity to work with legendary filmmaker Jane Campion initially came in a short burst and grew years later to a feature-length film which has garnered great acclaim on the current festival circuit.
The short-term collaboration took the form of a...
Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021
Jane Campion and Kirsten Dunst admired one another before they'd ever met, but it was Campion who made the first move.
She was enamored of Sofia Coppola's "The Virgin Suicides" and wrote Dunst a letter. There were talks of adapting an Alice Munro story, but it would be years until they'd...
Thursday, Sep. 2, 2021
Jane Campion has not made a feature since 2009, but after a few years working in television she found herself drawn back to the romance of the two-hour story.
Campion's grand return to the form is the period piece "The Power of the Dog," a sweeping but intimate family drama set in the...
Wednesday, Sep. 1, 2021
Venice Film Fest Director Alberto Barbera, Jury President Bong Joon Ho Remain Bullish On Cinema's Future
Hope for the future of cinema was front of mind for many as the Venice International Film Festival kicked off Wednesday on the Lido.
In the face of the delta variant, and the trials those in the global film industry weathered last year, the 78th edition of the oldest festival in the...
Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014
Director Jane Campion, the only woman to have won the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival, will lead the jury for the prestigious event this year.
Festival organizers announced Tuesday that Campion will succeed Steven Spielberg, who led the jury...