In "Wonderstruck" the duo recreate the visual language of the gritty '70s and the formalism of a black and white silent film.
With the Cabinet of Wonders, production designer Mark Friedberg created an ode to beauty and weirdness.
Multiple 2018 contenders could follow in the footsteps of "Moonstruck" and "The Piano."
Composer Carter Burwell used percussion and children's music to enter the deaf world of Todd Haynes' "Wonderstruck."
After meeting on "Hugo," the Oscar-winning costume designer helped Brian Selznick turn his follow-up novel about deaf culture and New York into a movie.
Todd Haynes never settles for what's been done before, and he doesn't do it now.
"Victoria & Abdul" and "The Florida Project" are hanging in at the fall box office, while many others are falling away.
“Wonderstruck” will be released in select theaters on October 20.
As Amazon becomes its own distribution master, we examine its award-season prospects.
"The Florida Project" isn't the only film to arrive this year that's bolstered by the talents of brand-new actors.
Todd Haynes takes on the illustrated novel by "Hugo" author Brian Selznick for his latest Oscar contender.
From Stephen Frears to Greta Gerwig to Reginald Hudlin, it's a diverse lineup — even if Paul Thomas Anderson skips the festival circuit.
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