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Darius Khondji

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    Review: Woody Allen’s ‘Magic In The Moonlight’ Starring Colin Firth & Emma Stone

    “Cloquet hated reality but realized it was still the only place to get a good steak,” Woody Allen once wrote in the 1977 short story "The Condemned"—as good as any an example of a raison d’etre for the glib, witty and yet philosophical filmmaker. But also a good exemplar of his outlook on life; blea...

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    Oscar-Nominated 'The Immigrant' Cinematographer Darius Khondji on Working with James Gray and Woody Allen

    We speak with illustrious cinematographer Darius Khondji about his work on James Gray's "The Immigrant" and what it was like working with Woody Allen and David Fincher.

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    The Immigrant

    One of "The Immigrant’s" primary assets is its texture: a rich fabric of sights and sounds that evoke the look and feel of New York’s underbelly in the early 20th century.

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    Watch: Wes Anderson's New 8-Minute Short 'Castello Cavalcanti' Starring Jason Schwartzman

    So, here's the deal on Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel": in theory, it could've been released this year and there was even some rumblings of an appearance at New York Film Festival last month, before it was ultimately decided to wait until 2014. So, what to do until then? Well, you could di...

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    Woody Allen's Cinematographer Has 6 Life-Saving Tips for Low-Budget DPs

    Cinematographer Darius Khondji has worked with some wildly divergent and distinctive talents: David Fincher (“Se7en,” “Panic Room”), Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro (“Delicatessen,” “The City of Lost Children”), Bernardo Bertolucci (“Stealing Be...

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    movie review—Midnight In Paris

    I had a smile on my face from the moment Woody Allen’s latest film began, with an idyllic series of Parisian street scenes set to the music of jazz great Sidney Bechet…and the film maintained that lovely quality all the way to the finale. Allen may be a fatalist, as he often cla...

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