“Requel”-ing Wes Craven: Radio Silence on Scream (2022)

Scream (2022)Scream (2022)

There may be no horror franchise that opens with as simple and satisfying a tradition as Scream. As the production company’s logo appears on screen, we begin hearing the ringing of a landline phone—if you’ve seen only one of Scream’s…  Read more

By Jan 14, 2022

“Oh No, Now It Will Be The Pink COVID”: Writer-Director Iuli Gerbase on the Inadvertently Prescient The Pink Cloud 

Renata de Lélis in The Pink CloudRenata de Lélis in The Pink Cloud

“This film was written in 2017 and shot in 2019,” reads a title card at the very beginning of Brazilian writer-director Iuli Gerbase’s debut feature The Pink Cloud. “Any resemblance to actual events is purely coincidental.”  As the film’s plot…  Read more

By Jan 14, 2022

“He’d Kill You If He Got the Chance…”: Editor Walter Murch on Coppola’s The Conversation, the Nodal Concept of Montage and Our Modern Surveillance State

Illustration for an interview with editor Walter Murch about "The Conversation"The Conversation

“If I really thought of the consequences all the time,  I certainly wouldn’t have been in the business…”  — Frank Terpil, Confessions of a Dangerous Man “Everybody has a public life, a private life, and a secret life.” — Pete…  Read more

By Jan 12, 2022

“Someday We’re Going to be Shooting Through Coke Bottles Just to Get a Look That Isn’t Too Pristine”: DP Jeff Cronenweth on Being the Ricardos

Javier Bardem and Nicole Kidman in Being the Ricardos, shot by DP Jeff CronenwethJavier Bardem and Nicole Kidman in Being the Ricardos (Photo by Glen Wilson, copyright Amazon Content Services LLC)

According to their official credits, Being the Ricardos is the first time Aaron Sorkin has directed with Jeff Cronenweth behind the camera. Unofficially, that collaboration began a decade ago with a shot of an envelope. On the final day of…  Read more

By Jan 12, 2022

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