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How Hollywood Is Handling the Climate Crisis
Acclaim for Apple TV+ series “Extrapolations” demonstrates that it’s time for Hollywood to include more storylines about climate change.
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.
“Copenhagen Cowboy:” Neon, Neo-Noir, and Nefarious
In director Nicolas Winding Refn’s acid western neon-noir “Copenhagen Cowboy,” the superheroes are ultra-stylish, neon-saturated and female.
“It’s Like Doing Four Movies in Two Years:” Editing and Post on “Andor”
“Andor” creator and showrunner Tony Gilroy and editor John Gilroy recount the complexities of bringing the Star Wars episodic to the screen.
Hope Seriously Is a Thing With Wings: Documentary Production on “All That Breathes”
This poetic, languorous (and award-winning) documentary features a family effort to rescue and heal black kites in Delhi as the city deals with social upheaval.
“All the Beauty and the Bloodshed:” Art and Activism (on Both Sides of the Camera)
Documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras’ “All the Beauty and the Bloodshed” shows how Nan Goldin’s life and work intersect with her activism.
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.
Director Alek Keshishian and Selena Gomez Get Real in “My Mind & Me”
In the Apple TV+ documentary “Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me” we see the toll fame has often taken on the star’s mental health.
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.
AI Motion Pictures Are Just About a Thing. Here’s Where We Are Today.
AI tools may not be ready for their big screen close up, but it won’t be long until these technologies become widely adopted in Hollywood.
“Moonage Daydream:” Making This Psychedelic and Very Cinematic Moment
How Brett Morgen’s “Moonage Daydream” became a less of a documentary and more of an experience.
“Bad Travelling:” Blur and David Fincher Rewrite the Rules for Animation
Grotesque and dark visuals were just the start for director David Fincher’s first foray into animation for “Love Death & Robots: Volume 3.”
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