Cinematographer Robby Muller shot four films in the 1980s that defined Los Angeles: 'To Live and Die in L.A.,' 'Repo Man,' "Paris Texas,' and 'Barfly.'
The most basic way Hitchcock visually communicates a sense of curiosity in his characters is through their eyes, specifically in how they peer, leer, peep, peek or look when they think no one is watching.
'The Fast and The Furious' franchise is one of our favorite guilty pleasures, so we knew we’d have to make a video looking back on the history of the series.
He who searches for mirror scenes in films and series will be confronted with indestructible metaphors. David Bowie united them all.
Film nerds like me love to wax lyrical about 35mm and 65mm, but I often think that 16mm gets unfairly overlooked. Let's spend a few minutes chatting about the format in all its grainy and gritty wonderfulness.
Wes Anderson doesn’t just direct his films, he crafts them from the ground up, starting with meticulous illustrations that he then hands over to set designers to realize in three dimensions.
Deep, tuneful secrets revealed! Or at least mesmerizingly reiterated.
Showcasing the sounds that create the Lynchian ambience.
From Wild at Heart to Mulholland Drive, Lynch has often used dance as an emotional signifier, a way of manifesting characters’ internal states in exposition-free fashion and letting their bodies do the talking.
An analysis of Lynch’s aesthetic and the sources and influences from which the director has drawn, including art, other films, photography, and iconography.
A compilation of cinematic lovers on the run.