"I think it is important that cinema also remains connected to the real world, tries to address it unflinchingly. I think it's part of cinema's mission."
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"'The Sisters Brothers' is a difficult film to talk about because of how fully Audiard embraces the paradoxes of the old West."
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"Over and above all the moments of love and human compassion in Hal's films, what still strikes me is his unwillingness to compromise his vision and his sense of responsibility to advancing social justice."
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"We wanted to tell a story set in Berlin, 1977, and we wanted to make a film from that era as if we were there."
"I had to cinematically make the things happening at the house be both chilling and ambiguous."
"Thanks to Cuarón’s own remarkable 65mm cinematography, it feels as if the filmmaker is writing his memoirs with moving images."
Director Bing Liu "wanted to explore the connected themes of skateboarding and violence in the home through a character-driven approach."
"Because it's a film about art and artists, who are very controlled in their work, I wanted the look of the interviews to have that same control."
"This is the story of a trailblazer who had to overcome sexism, racism, and mental illness to pursue her dream of being an artist."
The HBO series "incorporates and commingles animation, documentary, confession, satire, music video, and magic-realist fantasia."
Spike Lee "has made his most involving and accessible joint in ages: a riotous undercover-cop period piece that's really a manifesto on our tumultuous American now."