With his small digital video camera in tow, Wang has unprecedented access to their lives, observing their being as if there were no camera in his hands. He simply becomes part of their lives.
Between the chaos of his frame by frame in-camera editing and the compression through fragmentation, Tomonari Nishikawa’s films have a certain playfulness to the discoveries made within.
Between March 1996 and March 1997, Steven Soderbergh kept a diary and flew to the UK to interview director Richard Lester at length to fulfill a book contract with Faber & Faber. This hidden gem is an incredibly insightful account of the young director’s most trying times.
Bridge of Spies might not have been Spielberg’s best, but it is one that stuck out in a year of aggressively mediocre films. Bram looks at the visual storytelling of this cold war thriller as the director prepares for another wave of releases.
Bram Ruiter meanders about what makes film different from other forms of media and links Cameraperson to the early Lumière films.
Logan Lucky marks the end of Soderbergh’s feature film-making hiatus. What has changed between his State of Cinema address in 2013 and now?
Last week George A. Romero, the godfather of the zombie genre, passed away at age 77. Bram dives deep into the rise of the zombie film since 2002, and what true impact Romero left on cinema.
The Dutch composers duo Seven League Beats (Rob Peters and Dries Bijlsma) composed the soundtrack for The Netherlands’ first science fiction epic. Bram Ruiter sat down with Peters to talk about the process of scoring a feature-length film on a very tight deadline.