Painters have brushes. Writers have pens. Directors have lenses.
WARNING: This video contains images which some viewers may find distressing.
Watch 'American Horror Story' pay tribute to 80 years of cinematic history.
Split diopter shots are most often attributed to Brian De Palma but director Robert Wise incorporated them into many of his films as a visual style and storytelling device, often using them more than 100 times in one film.
Vertical symmetry in the director's films.
A conversation about emotions between the two most iconic operating systems in film history: HAL from '2001: A Space Odyssey' (1968) and Samantha from 'Her' (2013)
Since a film's script contains instructions for everything that goes into the film why is the director's role considered so important?
Can you make it to the end of this awkward supercut without cringing?
The work of David Cronenberg and how he uses the body to get at the horrible truths lurking below the surface of his films.
A story of three perspectives: his, hers, and the media's.
Cinema and literature, both are passions for Pedro Almodóvar. You can see a lot of books in his movies, with different meanings. Books as gifts, books as a way to escape from reality or like a way of living. Books that hide secrets and others that bring them out.