It can be dangerous to make bold claims for a filmmaker on the basis of one feature, but then Lost in the Sun’s Trey Nelson is hardly a novice.
Archive for November, 2015
Set to arrive in just a few short weeks, director Bryan Singer has yet again teased the X-Men: Apocalypse trailer and provided a sneak peek at at the film.
With its careful widescreen compositions and painterly period-motivated lighting, Bone Tomahawk possesses a classical visual style that belies its pulpy genre
Mercifully, society has not yet reached a superhero singularity in which every quantum of popular culture has to be spun out from a comic book property. As such, indie filmmakers Mark and Jay Duplass were given the option to say no when offered the chance to work on an enormous tentpole behemoth.
“I can’t keep beating around the bush because I’ll eventually run out of bushes to beat around,” sighs Mya Taylor. We’ve just spent 90 minutes together in her
Space opera creator hopes Disney and JJ Abrams won’t turn The Force ‘into a bunch of gobbledegook’ – and says Jar Jar Binks is his favourite character
When I meet Tippi Hedren in Vienna, we’re with a handful of other journalists for nearly an hour-long roundtable interview. There are less than ten of us, but
Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation writer and director Christopher McQuarrie is likely to return for a sixth Mission: Impossible film starring Tom Cruise!
Mo Scarpelli and Alexandria Bombach are documentary filmmakers and co-directors of award-winning film Frame by Frame. The documentary follows four Afghan