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David Fincher’s Extreme Close-Ups

By Jacob T. Swinney The extreme close-up may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of David Fincher's unique visual aesthetic. That's because Fincher's extreme close-ups don't call attention to themselves. The filmmaker stitches the shots into his pictures in a way that is subtle and fluid, yet impactful...

Film Review: ‘Louder Than Bombs’

By Oliver Jones observer The third film from celebrated Norwegian director Joachim Trier and his first in English, Louder Than Bombs is a powerful rumination on the nature of family in an age of digital distraction and ceaseless war. Told with a quiet cinematic bravura that somehow never calls attention to itself, this is...

The Best Acting of All Time – Compilation

One of the best ways to celebrate the love for cinema is watching a good old-fashion movie compilation. Be it about the greatest films, actors, comedy, action, music and so on. Thanks to the dedication of cinephiles around the world, YouTube is filled with beautiful such compilations. We recently stumbled upon YouTuber sitiosanguinem's collection...

6 Filmmaking Tips From Woody Allen’s ‘Manhattan’

Hearts have been rapturously breaking in Woody Allen’s Manhattan for 35 years, and will likely continue to do so for as long as human beings cherish cinema. It’s easy to see why Manhattan is so beloved. The film is a perfect confluence of story, sight and sound. Gordon Willis’ stunning monochromatic Panavision...

Film Review: ‘Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice’

By Andrew Barker Variety Who would win in a fight, Batman or Superman? Could the Flash outrun Superman? Could Superman craft a boulder so heavy even he couldn’t lift it? While “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” ostensibly seeks to tackle the first of those evergreen schoolyard hypotheticals, it’s the third that ends up proving...