Nicolas Winding Refn
The "Drive" and "Neon Demon" director revisits his favorite motifs in a Netflix series that's too slow to divulge any fresh ideas.
The director also said he could still make "Drive" today, but "it would be very difficult to finance, because the ecosystem is in such freefall."
The six-part series starring Angela Bundalovic premieres January 5
The neo-noir series set in Denmark is a "fairy tale" involving the "female evolution" of a character similar to Ryan Gosling's in "Drive."
The "Drive" director returns to television in his new "poetic neo-noir."
The "Drive" and "Only God Forgives" writer-director returns to TV with the upcoming limited series.
From "Kwaiden" to "Cloverfield," Nicolas Winding Refn's favorite movies are as electric as you'd think.
Over three years after Refn's fashion world horror film bombed at the U.S. box office, DP Natasha Braier looks back at the reception.
Guillermo del Toro, Mads Mikkelsen, Margaret Qualley, and Norman Reedus star in a video game that doubles as one of the year's best cinematic experiences.
Nicolas Winding Refn is joining forces with HBO for his next television event series.
The filmmaker spoke to IndieWire about why his Amazon series isn't being released like a typical TV show — because it's a film. Kind of.
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