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Watch Kathryn Bigelow Direct A Scene With The New iPhone

The release of the latest iPhone has been accompanied by the usual fanfare; Apple always does a dramatic rollout for its new product, and the iPhone 13 is no exception. This time, the company has enlisted a couple of filmmakers, who are no stranger to doing dramatizations, to help model the moviemaking possibilities of the iPhone 13.A new video shows Kathryn Bigelow, the Oscar-winning director of "The Hurt Locker," and Greig Fraser, the Oscar-nominated cinematographer of "Lion," using the iPhone...
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Apple brings macro, low light and cinema-focused updates to the iPhone 13 Pro camera

Apple continues its tradition of improving the photography capabilities of consumer devices with today’s announcement of the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro, available on September 24. Last year’s iPhone 12 had two rear camera lenses, while the iPhone 12 Pro had three; the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro follow suit. The iPhone 13 features a wide (f/1.6 aperture) and an ultra wide (f/2.4 aperture) lens, which are the same specs as the iPhone 12. But the iPhone 13 Pro unveils an entirely new camera system. Comp...
Tags: Apple, Photography, Hardware, Tech, Nikon, Dslr, Kathryn Bigelow, Canon, Apple Apple, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, Apple Fall Event 2021, Greig Fraizer


The 20 Greatest War Films Of All Time

It's hard to reckon with the consequences of war, but great films have explored the devastating impacts of combat since the earliest days of cinema. War footage was shown in early movie houses in the form of newsreels and propaganda films, and the gripping images became etched in the minds of many filmmakers.Cinema has looked to many historical conflicts for inspiration. Historical epics that told grandiose stories have used large budgets to bring these larger-than-life stories and characters to...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Jerusalem, Fox, Thailand, Pennsylvania, United States, Ireland, Oliver Stone, British Army, Cambodia, Stanley Kubrick, Liam Neeson, Sam Mendes, Bale, Kubrick


The 20 Best '80s Horror Movies Ranked

The '80s were a boom time for horror. Two formats of video recorder (VHS and Betamax) duked it out, with VHS eventually winning out due to being the cheaper format to license. The proliferation of this technology in the home meant that films had a market outside cinemas for the first time, and rental stores cropped up worldwide. Direct-to-video became a valid way to release films, and a lot of people wanted to cash in on the growing horror craze. In addition, because it was now possible to recor...
Tags: UK, New York, Hollywood, London, Movies, Roald Dahl, Los Angeles, Society, David, David Cronenberg, Antarctica, Beverly Hills, Steve McQueen, EC, Woody Allen, Mogwai


How Directors Shoot Films at Three Different Budget Levels

The YouTube channel In Depth Cine has been looking at how directors like Spike Lee, Alfonso Cuarón, Martin Scorsese, and Wes Anderson shoot films at three different budget levels, from the on-a-shoestring films early in their careers to later blockbusters, to see the similarities and differences in their approaches. For instance, Wes Anderson made Bottle Rocket for $5 million, Rushmore for $10 million, and Grand Budapest Hotel for $25 million: Steven Spielberg shot Duel for $450,000, Raider...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Wes Anderson, Grand Budapest Hotel, Kathryn Bigelow, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Jason Kottke, Ryan, Zhao, YouTube channel In Depth Cine, Spike Lee Alfonso Cuar, Budget Levels, Ava DuVernay Sofia Coppola


The Best Streaming Movies to Watch Right Now: ‘The American Friend,’ ‘The Empty Man,’ A Quiet Place Part II,’ ‘Barb and Star,’ and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) The American Friend Now Streaming on The Criterion Channel Release Date: 1997 Genre: Neo-Noir Director: Wim Wenders Cast: Dennis Hopper, Bruno Ganz, Lisa Kreuzer, Gérard Blain Wim Wenders‘ deliberately paced blend of neo-noir and tone poem, The American Friend is an adaptation of Ripley’s Game by Patricia Highsmith. But this isn’t like the ...
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Here’s Where You Can Stream or Rent Every ‘Fast and Furious’ Movie

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, “Hey, where can I watch this thing?” In this edition: the Fast and Furious franchise.) We’re just nine days away from the release of F9, the highly anticipated ninth entry in the primary timeline of the Fast and Furious movies. There’s still time to get all caught up on the adventures of Dominic Toretto and his #family of high-speed international spy racers, so here’s where you can find all nine of the Fast an...
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Oscars 2021: Chloé Zhao wins best director for ‘Nomadland’ and makes history

Chloé Zhao won best director for “Nomadland” at the Academy Awards on Sunday, and in doing so became the first woman of color — and only the second woman ever — to win the top directing honors. Zhao had been considered a frontrunner throughout awards season for her moving portrayal of the nomad culture, men and women who for a variety of reasons live life on the road in vans or RVs. Related links Oscars 2021: See photos of red carpet fashion from Union Station Oscars 2021: See photos of th...
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Opinion: Here's why Chloé Zhao's win matters for Asian women in Hollywood

It took 93 years for the Academy to name an Asian woman as Best Director. And until this year, only five women, all White, had ever been nominated and only one had won -- Kathryn Bigelow, in 2010, for "The Hurt Locker."
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Opinion: Why Zhao's win matters for Asian women in Hollywood

It took 93 years for the Academy to name an Asian woman as Best Director. And until this year, only five women, all White, had ever been nominated and only one had won -- Kathryn Bigelow, in 2010, for "The Hurt Locker."
Tags: Hollywood, News, Stories, Academy, Kathryn Bigelow, Zhao


Chloé Zhao Becomes First Woman Of Color, Second Woman Ever To Win Best Director Oscar

The director follows Kathryn Bigelow, who became the only female winner in the category for "The Hurt Locker."
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‘I’ve always been an outsider’: Chloé Zhao’s roundabout route to the Oscars red carpet

Ahead of Sunday’s Oscars, we explore the hotly-tipped Nomadland director’s journey from Beijing to HollywoodTen minutes into Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland an itinerant Amazon packer hoists up her shirt-sleeve to show off her tattoos. Her favourite, she says, is a lyric from Morrissey’s song Home Is a Question Mark: “Home – is it just a word or is it something you carry within you?” This question echoes through the story that follows, as Nomadland trails its band of ageing, displaced RV and van-dwellers...
Tags: Amazon, UK, New York, Film, La, China, US, World news, Culture, Beijing, Alfonso Cuarón, Oscar, Oscars, Morrissey, Kathryn Bigelow, New England


Baftas 2021: Nomadland wins big as Promising Young Woman and Anthony Hopkins surprise

Diverse nominees translate into fairly traditional winners, with Emerald Fennell’s directorial debut taking best British film and Hopkins becoming oldest ever male acting winnerNomadland, Chloé Zhao’s elegiac drama about the life of ageing van-dwellers in America, has confirmed its position as Oscars frontrunner with four wins at the 74th Bafta awards, including best film.Zhao took best director, making her only the second woman – following Kathryn Bigelow in 2010 – to pick up the award. Nomadla...
Tags: Film, America, Culture, Frances Mcdormand, Ang Lee, Kathryn Bigelow, Anthony Hopkins, Hopkins, Hugh Grant, Zhao, Fennell, Chloe Zhao, Nomadland, Promising Young Woman, Oscars 2021, Baftas 2021


Baftas 2021: Nomadland wins big as Anthony Hopkins and Promising Young Woman surprise

Diverse nominees translate into fairly traditional winners, with Emerald Fennell’s taking best British film and Hopkins becoming oldest ever male acting winnerNomadland, Chloé Zhao’s elegiac drama about the life of ageing van-dwellers in America, has confirmed its position as Oscars frontrunner with four wins at the 74th Bafta awards, including best film.Zhao took best director, making her only the second woman – following Kathryn Bigelow in 2010 – to pick up the award. Nomadland also won cinema...
Tags: Film, America, Culture, Frances Mcdormand, Ang Lee, Kathryn Bigelow, Anthony Hopkins, Hopkins, Hugh Grant, Zhao, Chloe Zhao, Nomadland, Emerald Fennell, Promising Young Woman, Oscars 2021, Baftas 2021


Tribeca Festival Announces Plans for 20th Anniversary Edition

Tribeca Festival announces plans for 20th anniversary edition The Tribeca Festival, presented by AT&T, announced plans today to transform prominent locations into an expansive 12-day multi-screen outdoor celebration. The event will take place from June 9-20 as the first major film festival held in person bringing filmmakers, artists, storytellers, and audiences together under the New York skyline. “Tribeca Film Festival is insightful, important, and urgent. A revelation,” said award-winning f...
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2021 Oscar Stats: Two Female Filmmakers Are Up for Best Director for the First Time; Plus Historic Nods for Viola Davis, Riz Ahmed, Steven Yeun, More

Six years after #OscarsSoWhite, the Academy Awards have finally turned the tide and delivered their most diverse slate of acting nominees in history. But that’s not the only historic statistic of the 2021 Oscars. For the first time in the Oscars’ nearly 100-year history, more than one female director has been nominated in the best director category. One of those directors, Nomadland‘s Chloé Zhao, is the first woman of color to be nominated for Best Director. But while the Asian diaspora is rece...
Tags: Viola Davis, Movies, Awards, Los Angeles, United States, Oscar, Davis, Miami, Greta Gerwig, Glenn Close, Academy Awards, Whoopi Goldberg, Ben Kingsley, Kathryn Bigelow, Ali, Ahmed


18 Essential Sci-Fi and Fantasy Films Directed by Women

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’ve rounded up 18 essential fantasy and sci-fi films directed by women (want horror? We’ve got a list for that, too!) And with projects like Black Widow (directed by Cate Shortland) and Eternals (Chloé Zhao) on the way soon, this list is just gonna keep expanding.Read more...
Tags: Frozen, Science, Keira Knightley, Reese Witherspoon, Films, Michael Bay, Tom Hanks, Netflix, Nicole Kidman, Robert Pattinson, Oscar, Sandra Bullock, Diana, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Michael Caine


Golden Globes upend history as three female directors nominated

Emerald Fennell, Chloé Zhao and Regina King compete in category previously marked by its male dominance, as Mank and The Trial of the Chicago 7 lead field of overall nominationsRead the full list of nominationsThree female directors will compete for the first time at this year’s Golden Globes, following decades in which it was rare a single woman was mentioned in the category.Only five female directors have ever been nominated in the Globes’ 78 year history: Sofia Coppola, Jane Campion and Ava D...
Tags: Film, Chicago, Culture, Awards and prizes, Golden Globes, Ava Duvernay, Kathryn Bigelow, Jane Campion, Regina King, Sofia Coppola, Mank, Golden Globes 2021, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Fennell Chloé Zhao


Multiple GameStop Stock Movies Are in the Works – And Now a TV Show, Too [Updated]

Update: Deadline reports that a TV series about the GameStop/Wall Street chaos called To the Moon is now in the works from a new company called Pinky Promise. Writer Noam Tomaschoff has reportedly met with “long-time, active members of the r/WallStreetBets reddit” to ensure they’re getting the details of the story correct, and the show will follow “two roommates laid off from their jobs at GameStop and AMC, who turn Covid into lemonade by using their stimulus checks to dip into the world of day...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Obama, Osama Bin Laden, Amc, Netflix, Oscar, Reddit, Biden, Kathryn Bigelow, Bin Laden, MGM, True Story, Gamestop, Capitol, Bigelow


Multiple GameStop Stock Movies Now in the Works; Netflix’s Version Has Mark Boal Writing and Noah Centineo Starring

That was fast. Following the very recent news that MGM has acquired the rights to a book proposal called The Antisocial Network in a bidding war, Netflix is now jumping on the bandwagon to make its own movie about the chaos that’s happening on Wall Street right now. That’s right, folks: we’re now staring down the barrel of multiple GameStop stock movies. But Netflix’s version actually has a writer and star attached: Oscar-winning writer Mark Boal will write the script, and To All the Boys I’ve ...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Obama, Osama Bin Laden, Netflix, Oscar, Biden, Kathryn Bigelow, Bin Laden, MGM, True Story, Gamestop, Capitol, Bigelow, Boal, Mark Boal


The Best Movies Leaving Hulu in February 2021

Hulu has to return some videotapes — that is, return some titles back to the streaming ether, due to licensing rules that force platforms to play this game of hot potato. But it’s another month, and another list of old titles that must leave Hulu to make way for the new. Here are the best movies leaving Hulu in February 2021. District 9 Neill Blomkamp’s debut feature made waves when it hit theaters in 2009, earning the filmmaker raves as an exciting new sci-fi auteur. While he hasn’t quit...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Earth, Nicole Kidman, House, Stanley Kubrick, Tom Cruise, Hulu, Kathryn Bigelow, Garfield, Neill Blomkamp, Jeremy Renner, Irene, Lopez, Acapulco, John Grisham


‘A Clockwork Orange,’ ‘The Dark Knight,’ and ‘Shrek’ Are Among Films Added to National Film Registry by the Library of Congress

Somebody once told us the world was going to roll us, but we didn’t anticipate this. Shrek — alongside such films as A Clockwork Orange, The Dark Knight, and The Hurt Locker — has been deemed a work of “important cultural, artistic, and historic” value by the Library of Congress, which revealed its National Film Registry 2020 list today. 25 films made the list of new additions to the National Film Registry, including, yes, Shrek. Remember when Shrek debuted at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival, ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Congress, Dreamworks, Stanley Kubrick, Venice, Mike Myers, Cannes film festival, Library Of Congress, Kathryn Bigelow, National Film Registry, Julie Dash, Buena Vista Social Club, Sidney Poitier, Cara, Palme


Jordanian Director Bassel Ghandour on Cairo Film Connection Winner ‘The Alleys’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Jordanian multihyphenate Bassel Ghandour since graduating from USC film school has among other things worked closely with Kathryn Bigelow on “The Hurt Locker,” and penned and produced Naji Abu Nowar’s groundbreaking Bedouin Western “Theeb.” Now he is making a splash with his first feature as director “The Alleys,” even before its launch. Ghandour’s multi-character tale, […]
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The Best TV Shows and Movies Coming to HBO Max This Month

Warner Bros. made headlines when it announced that Wonder Woman 1984 would simultaneously be heading to theaters and to HBO Max on Christmas Day this year. But while we’re excited to see Diana’s latest adventure, there are plenty of other TV shows and films arriving on the service this month to tide you over. Read on to discover our choices, and then see the entire list below. Best Films Coming to HBO Max This Month True Grit (2010) Hailee Steinfeld’s star-making performance is still pr...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Matt Damon, Diana, Warner Bros, Jeff Bridges, Kathryn Bigelow, Hailee Steinfeld, Andy, Brian De Palma, Coen Brothers, Francis Ford Coppola, Jimmy Stewart, Margaret Sullivan, True Grit, HBO Max


When Billy Idol Went Cyberpunk: See His Tribute to Neuromancer, His Recording Session with Timothy Leary, and His Limited-Edition Floppy Disk (1993)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fu40YANO1M Billy Idol has long evaded straightforward musical classification, being a full-on star but one fully belonging to neither rock nor pop. He may have come up in the 1970s as the frontman of Generation X, the first punk band to play Top of the Pops , but the hits he went on to make as an MTV-optimized solo artist in the 80s and 90s — “Eyes Without a Face,” “Cradle of Love” — sit less than easily with those origins. But as the end of the millen...
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Nightstream Unveils Full Program Slate Including Run, Nia DaCosta & More!

Nightstream unveils full program slate including Run, Nia DaCosta & more! Nightsream, the virtual even uniting genre festivals Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, Overlook and Popcorn Frights, has unveiled its full programming slate including the world premiere of the Sarah Paulson-led thriller Run, a panel with Candyman filmmaker Nia DaCosta and more beginning October 8! RELATED: 2020 Beyond Fest Slate Revealed Including Freaky, Bad Hair & More! PB ...
Tags: Horror, Movies, Movie News, Nia DaCosta, Nightstream


Nightstream Online Horror Film Festival Announces Films and Special Events

Nightstream, the online horror festival that brings together Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, Overlook, and Popcorn Frights, has announced its film lineup as well as its special events. The fest will serve as the world premiere of Run, starring Sarah Paulson. The four-day festival includes a line-up of feature films selected by all five festival programming teams, alongside eighteen distinct short blocks and an impressive slate of events, panels, and masterclasses, including con...
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The 52 worst movies made by iconic directors — from Spielberg to Scorsese

"Gemini Man" Paramount Even some of the best, most iconic directors have made at least one critically reviled film. We turned to Rotten Tomatoes to find the worst reviewed movies of 52 acclaimed filmmakers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Most of the greatest film directors in history have swung and missed on occasion. Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielberg, and numerous other critically acclaimed directors have directed at least one movie that critics tore apart. For t...
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Why TCM Is Airing a 14-Hour Documentary About Women Directors

Starting on Sept. 1, Turner Classic Movies will air 14-part documentary “Women Make Film,” an exhaustive look at female filmmakers worldwide and their work throughout cinematic history. The series dissects elements of filmmaking — from tracking shots to crafting narrative arcs — through the work of everyone from Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow to Tunisian helmer […]
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New to Stream: The Criterion Channel’s September 2020 Lineup

New to Stream: The Criterion Channel’s September 2020 lineup The Criterion Channel, a streaming service from the niche home video distributor for film aficionados, has unveiled its lineup of programming for the month of September, which will include Richard Linklater’s groundbreaking drama Boyhood, along with a large roster of contemporary and classic films and double features! RELATED: New to Stream: Arrow Video Channel’s September 2020 Lineup PB = PB || {}; ...
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