Sep 18, 2013
Watch: Cinematographer Roger Deakins on Working with the Coens
One of my favorite cinematographers working today is Roger Deakins . Over his 40 year career, the British director of photography has worked with everyone from the Coen Bros to Martin Scorsese to Ron Howard to Sam Mendes.
Why British film is all kitsch 'n' sink
Oscar-nominated director Mike Figgis argues that the defeatist attitude and outdated structure of Britain's movie industry is preventing film-makers from flourishing on home soil Mike Figgis: 'Creativity cannot exist in a system of committees.
Tribute to Roger Ebert, the critic
It is rare that a man whose sole job for nearly half a century was to simply tell us whether or not he liked a movie transcends the medium that he worked in.
Trimmed-down Munich film festival is unveiled
DPA/Munich The Munich Film Festival has unveiled a trimmed-down and restructured programme for this years 30th edition in the Bavarian capital in a bid to try to attract a younger film-going audience.
Melanie Griffith to Get Lifetime Achievement Award at Munich Film Festival
In Griffith's honor, the Munich Festival will also screen the world premiere of her new film, the psychological thriller The Grief Tourist from British director Siri Krishnamma .