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“I’m Very Aware That in the Movies I Love There is No One Who Looks Like Me”: Lauren Domino on Producing in New Orleans

Lauren DominoLauren Domino

When Miles Davis moved to the Upper West Side in 1958, backyard jams with visiting musicians transformed the small block. His residency lasted about 25 years, so he was long gone by the time I moved in to the building…  Read more

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Digital Motion Picture Cameras in 2015: The Dust Settles

Trending modularity and remote control both evident in VariCam 35 user interface, detached from recording module by cable.Trending modularity and remote control both evident in VariCam 35 user interface, detached from recording module by cable.

Have you heard? The United Nations designated 2015 the “International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies,” and cinematography made the cut. But is IYL 2015 finally the year in which the dam burst of innovation subsides, and new digital cameras and techniques no longer…  Read more

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I Want to Take You Higher: Josh and Ben Safdie on Heaven Knows What

Ben and Josh Safdie (Photo by Julie Cunnah)Ben and Josh Safdie (Photo by Julie Cunnah)

New York these days: There’s a chain store on every corner, Times Square is a paved-over pedestrian mall with $6 hot dogs and, if you want voyeuristic thrills, you peer into the bedrooms of the luxury condos flush against the…  Read more

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Lose Yourself to Dance: Mia Hansen-Løve on Eden

Mia Hansen-Løve (Photo by Julie Cunnah)Mia Hansen-Løve (Photo by Julie Cunnah)

French filmmaker Mia Hansen-Løve makes movies about walking and not talking. About the unsaid stuff that underpins everyday life, that tacitly ferries us toward and away from life’s big dramas: love, first love, broken love, careers as they peak and…  Read more

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