Guillermo del Toro | 30 Years of Filmmaking Genius

Jeff Rivera interviews the filmmaking auteur  Guillermo del Toro about his career and his book  Cabinet of Curiosities. They called him weird, they called him crazy, but today they call Oscar-nominated director Guillermo del Toro a genius. After over 30 years in the business, del Toro has solidified himself a place in Hollywood history. His films such as Pan’s Read MoreRead More

A Rare Audio Interview with Stanley Kubrick in 1965

Jeremy Bernstein conducts the most thorough interview Stanley Kubrick has ever given. In the spring of 1965, the physicist and prolific author Jeremy Bernstein wrote a short piece for The New Yorker’s “Talk of the Town” about of 37-year-old director Stanley Kubrick, who was accelerating towards the zenith of his cultural acclaim after releasing Lolita and Dr. Strangelove and was about to release his Read MoreRead More

Monitors and Filmmaking: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Wires

Don Starnes shares his opinion on filmmaking on monitors and how the screen obsession has diverged from the mental filmmaking of yesteryear. Viewfinders on cameras have always been an afterthought. Early film cameras didn’t have them at all: the operator simply pointed the lens in the general direction of the action. Later, when rotating mirrored shutters Read MoreRead More

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