"We are social animals, and we are visual animals. And now we are both of those things digitally."
A fluid, continuous shot for the performance of "Woman"
Bi Gan's dreamy film features a 55-minute single-take 3D sequence
"What started out as a simple editing exercise—could we tell the entire story of the mission using only archival materials—turned into a cooperative effort by an international team of experts to create the definitive work on Apollo 11 for the screen"
Following Alex Honnold as climbs the face of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park ... without a rope.
Director Bing Liu "wanted to explore the connected themes of skateboarding and violence in the home through a character-driven approach."
"At the end of the day, these were just young, passionate kids who had a lot of energy and some really big ideas, but played around with some dangerous stuff in the quest for fame, or infamy or whatever you want to call it. And ultimately, it got out of their control."
"The film closes the distance between people by inviting close looking, and in turn close feeling, and allows the audience the feeling of witnessing something—linking wonder and awe to the encounter with the protagonist."
"There were points where in working stuff out, it got like trying to do a Rubik's Cube in your head."
"This is a film that explores the distance between the victim and her voice, the fragility of human emotions that both provoke and hinder positive change, and the unbelievable resilience of a woman willing to sacrifice herself to play the media game that is modern advocacy."
The film, director Marilyn Ness says, addresses "the most challenging questions facing police, citizens and the leaders tasked with protecting them."
"Instead of going with the magical, we went with the realism in our cinematic language."
"'Hold the World' is an extraordinary next step in how we can communicate and educate people about experiences they wouldn't usually have access to in the real world."
"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 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."
"'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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"I had to cinematically make the things happening at the house be both chilling and ambiguous."
"This is the story of a trailblazer who had to overcome sexism, racism, and mental illness to pursue her dream of being an artist."