Filmmaker Videos


Watch: Alfonso Cuarón’s Quartet for the End of Time (1983)

Quartet for the End of Time

Now that Roma is available for all on Netflix, it’s as good a time as any to revisit the earliest work of Alfonso Cuarón. Made in 1983, when he was a 22 year-old film student in Mexico City, Quartet for the End…  Read more

By Dec 14, 2018

Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K: Is it Worth It?

A $1300 4K RAW camera that comes with DaVinci Resolve and produces stunning, detailed images as those featured in the above camera test seems like a no-brainer. But as Blackmagic begins shipping their latest Pocket Cinema Camera, reports are rolling in…  Read more

By Dec 13, 2018

Trailer Watch: Jobe’z World

Jobe'z World

Following its world premiere at last month’s IndieMemphis, Factory25 has released the first trailer for Jobe’z World, Michael M. Bilandic’s follow-up to his 2013’s art world satire Hellaware. This film looks to borrow from the After Hours formula of a New York City…  Read more

By Dec 12, 2018

Watch: Blocking as Foreshadowing in Ridley Scott’s Alien


Although this video essay by Sareesh Sudhakaran is called “How Ridley Scott Covers a Dialogue Scene,” it more accurately investigates the ways in which Scott uses blocking and perspective to foreshadow the more sinister events of his 1979 mega-hit Alien. In…  Read more

By Dec 11, 2018

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