Todd Field
"It's not for the faint of heart," Field said of filmmaking. "If it were nice and easy, I would film all the time."
"It's directed with such perfectly controlled mayhem and glee," Anderson gushed.
The estate responded, in jest, to refute Todd Field calling into doubt whether his character had actually studied with the maestro.
Sequestered in the middle of nowhere, the writer-director and editor were forced to consider their ever-shifting reactions to the elusive Lydia Tár with each new edit.
Director Todd Field and cinematographer Florian Hoffmeister tell IndieWire how custom lenses and a digital film emulsion system gave "TÁR" its singular visual style.
"It's the absolute hardest thing you could ever want to do," Cooper said of being a conductor in general. "It is impossible."
Without Cruise's help, "In the Bedroom" could have looked very different.
"I was offended as a woman, I was offended as a conductor, I was offended as a lesbian," Marin Alsop said.
The "TÁR" director credits Steven Spielberg's adventure masterpiece with inspiring his love of film.
Field told IndieWire at the New York Film Critics awards that we'll "see a few faces" from "TÁR" in the short film set to premiere at the 2023 Berlinale.
Toolkit Ep. 178: Filmmaker Todd Field talks about his collaborations with Cate Blanchett, editor Monika Willi, and others on the masterful character study "TÁR."
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