“A Very Old Fashioned Kind of Filmmaking”: DP Charlotte Bruus Christensen on Shooting A Quiet Place on 35mm

John Krasinski in A Quiet Place (Photo by Jonny Cournoyer, copyright Paramount Pictures)

A few months after my son was born, I took my wife to see the Tommy Lee Jones western The Homesman. If you know that movie, then you know why it was a bad idea: minutes into the film, a woman…  Read more

By Apr 20, 2018

Filmmaker‘s New Podcast, Episode One: Kevin Corrigan

Welcome to the debut episode of Filmmaker‘s new podcast about acting, Back To One. In each episode, host Peter Rinaldi invites one working actor to do a deep dive into their unique process, psychology, and approach to the craft. No…  Read more

By Apr 17, 2018

Cotton Balls, Cling Film and Unashamed Composites: DP Tristan Oliver on Isle of Dogs

Isle of Dogs

In Isle of Dogs, Wes Anderson’s Japan-set return to the world of stop motion animation, there is a character with a face full of freckles. This seemingly incidental attribute required the film’s lead puppet painter Angela Kiely to place 297…  Read more

By Apr 11, 2018

“I Think Hope is When We Step out of the Cinema and Begin to Question Ourselves”: Director Andrew Dosunmu on his Michelle Pfeiffer-Starring Where is Kyra?

Where is Kyra?

In his previous two features, Restless City and Mother of George, Nigeria-born photographer-turned-filmmaker Andrew Dosunmu has placed vivid human dramas within ultra-specific pockets of New York City. His films have examined how immigrant characters find their lives shaped by the…  Read more

By Apr 6, 2018

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