“It’s My Job to Make Sure That the Viewer Looks at the Right Thing”: DP Autumn Durald Arkapaw on Loki

Autumn Durald Arkapaw on the set of Loki

With two dozen films since 2008 and 60-odd years of comics, there’s a nearly infinite amount of source material to pull inspiration from when embarking on a new endeavor in the Marvel Universe. But what makes the new Disney+ series…  Read more

By Jul 29, 2021

“Directors are Not Born Being Blockbuster Filmmakers”: Producers John Davis and John Fox on Jungle Cruise

Dwayne Johnson director Jaume Collet-Serra on the set of Jungle Cruise (photo by Frank Masi)

With all the changes that have been taking place in the film industry over the last few years, I’m always fascinated by the filmmakers who seem consistently able to adapt to the shifting landscape while still remaining true to their…  Read more

By Jul 29, 2021

Back to One, Episode 162: Phillipa Soo

Photo: JJ Geiger

Phillipa Soo’s first time on Broadway was in the unprecedented phenomenon that is Hamilton. She was nominated for a Tony for her portrayal of Eliza, and now she’s nominated for an Emmy for her incredible work in the filmed version.…  Read more

By Jul 27, 2021

“Where in Europe Can We Find Some Castles?” David Lowery on The Green Knight

David Lowery (left) on the set of The Green Knight

A 14th-century epic poem by an anonymous author serves as the basis for one of the most visually and aurally thrilling movies of 2021 in writer-director David Lowery’s The Green Knight, an adaptation of the Arthurian legend Sir Gawain and…  Read more

By Jul 26, 2021

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