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Richard Linklater on the Making of “Boyhood”

Richard Linklater is the filmmaker behind some of indie film’s preeminent classics. His early break throughs, Slacker (1991) and Dazed and Confused (1993), captured and defined our generation more genuinely than had been done before, and perhaps since. Boyhood, out in theaters July 11, is true to Linklater form in its exploration of the nuances Read MoreRead More

Cinemasters: James Cameron

Equal parts artist and explorer, scientist and storyteller, James Cameron has spent the last three decades reinventing cinema and the technology that makes it possible. From a little film called ‘The Terminator’ to his back to back stints as box office king of the world, Cameron has consistently set new gold standards for science fiction Read MoreRead More

Wes Anderson’s Colour Palettes

Take a look at the retro color palette of the auteur filmmaker: Wes Anderson. The fictional worlds evoked in film by director Wes Anderson have such a precise colouration – the very particular pastel-hues that paint the skies, drench the buildings and dress the characters, render Anderson’s microcosms almost dream-like. The hazy-hued lens through which Read MoreRead More

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