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Filming Under Fire: “Retrograde” and the Realities of War
Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Matthew Heineman’s “Retrograde” captures the final months of the 20-year US war in Afghanistan.
When Your Story is a Film But Also a Crazy Dream: Alejandro González Iñárritu’s “Bardo”
Alejandro González Iñárritu’s “Bardo” is a personal odyssey through the mind of the Mexican auteur and, by extension, Mexican history.
Control and Chaos: How Todd Field Tells the Story of “Tár”
Writer-producer-director Todd Field’s first film in 16 years, “Tár” explores the cult of personality, power imbalances and cancel culture.
AR, VR, XR and MR Create New Realms for Production
From sports coverage to the lecture hall, new options abound.
“The Northman:” Vengeance Is Exhausting and Muddy
With “The Northman,” director Robert Eggers battles with himself to deliver the definitive Viking movie.
“A Very British Scandal” Is Still Pretty Scandalous (60 Years Later)
BBC series about the tempestuous marriage and brutal divorce of the Duke and Duchess of Argyll was shot by cinematographer Si Bell.
How “Pachinko” Connects the Past and Present
Showrunner Soo Hugh’s adaptation of Min Jin Lee’s “Pachinko” for Apple TV+ masterfully weaves the intricate tapestry of a Korean family.
How the “Winning Time” Team Got Those Gorgeous ‘70s and ‘80s Visual Vibes
To fine-tune the look of “Winning Time,” Company 3 Hollywood senior colorist Walter Volpatto evokes the feel of older imaging technology.
Grayscale: Are Too Many TV Shows and Movies Desaturated?
Despite a number of recent eye-popping productions, film critic Emily VanDerWerff decries Hollywood’s penchant for using desaturated color.
Tips for Maximizing the Thrill and Minimizing the Chill of Remotes | Source: The Broadcast Bridge
When audiences across the world sit down to watch the Beijing Winter Olympics, they’ll do so from the warmth and comfort of the lounge. At the other end of the […]
Every Creator Should Study Rembrandt’s “The Night Watch” (So Here’s a 717 Gigapixel Version)
Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum has a digital copy of Rembrandt’s “The Night Watch,” which it says is “the largest and most detailed photograph of any artwork.”
When Truth Is Way Stranger Than Fiction: How “Landscapers” Escapes Into Fantasy
New HBO limited series shot by Erik Alexander Wilson, BSC is based on a true crime story originating from England in the 1990s.
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