Screen Talk, episode 199: How several movies got Oscar boosts from Cannes. Plus: Why “Solo” is a letdown and what to make of the Morgan Freeman reports.
In the latest episode of IndieWire’s Filmmaker Toolkit podcast, Schrader breaks down the narrative devices he uses to destabilize his audience.
Zhao said with her Bass Reeves biopic, she’ll direct a more traditional cast like she did with her first-timers: “You can work with an actor in a certain way, you can create an environment like Terrence Malick has always done.”
Screen Talk, episode 198: Recorded before a live audience in Cannes, this week’s Screen Talk digs through a busy year at Cannes to look at the highlights.
Indie veteran director Matthew Porterfield writes about how on his fourth feature “Sollers Point” he made a better film by remaining open.
After HBO cancelled “Togetherness” the Duplass Brothers wrote a book to analyze their relationship and learn how to be creative “ex-soulmates.”
Cinematography Survey: The world’s best cinematographers explain how they created looks for Terry Gilliam’s “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,” Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman,” “Under the Silver Lake,” and more.