The lasting influence of film’s most famous doorway shot.
It’s about story, craft and ethics, says artistic director Gordon Quinn.
These artists speak in bold languages of their own devising.
The post-war experience as told in tropes.
Even the staunchest ‘anti-war’ movies glorify killing fields. In MARWENCOL and LA FRANCE, we find a few key exceptions to the rule.
Same targets, different marksmen.
REFLECTIONS OF EVIL and the death of America.
In a televisual landscape of fast-paced overstimulation, Kurosawa breaks the rhythms familiar to viewers to usher in a truly cinematic experience.
It’s all about perspective in George Romero’s THE CRAZIES.
Filming at ‘magic hour’ provides more than stunning images—it creates emotion.