"It's not the size of your chip, it's what you do with it."
A psychological thriller set in New York City's Gilded Age, "The Alienist" follows Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, who, working in the controversial new field of treating mental pathologies, holds the key to hunting down a ritualistic killer.
"The film is confined to a single room and a story told in real time, so the visual limitations of that were also the strength and an opportunity to make something very distinct and precise."
Co-directed by Benjamin Millepied, Aaron Duffy and Bob Partington, with cinematography from Darius Khondji, the video continually shifts perspectives for the viewer.
"You know, someone ought to do a full-dress, serious documentary covering this extraordinary woman's life. And why not have it be us?"
"This miniseries greatly expands our comprehension of animal behavior and this camera technology opens up new possibilities for discovering so much more."
For more than two years the 'Big Cats' team traveled to 14 different countries and filmed 31 out of the 40 species—more than any other crew has done before.
"The way the directors like to work helps keep the audience with the character and the pacing keeps you engaged."
The bond between a film director and editor is often an enduring one.
Todd Haynes' "Wonderstruck," based on the illustrated novel by Brian Selznick, is structurally complex but designed to be appreciated by children and adults alike.
James Tonkin of Hangman was tasked with covering the development of Robbie Williams' 2017 European tour, from rehearsals to live shows in the U.K. and Europe.
"Expectations were really high going in, but they seem to have met the challenge, keeping the same great characters and delivering some even scarier and more exciting events," says Tim Ives.
This year has emerged as a breakthrough one for novelist Margaret Atwood. First there was Hulu's adaptation of her novel "The Handmaid's Tale," and now a limited series derived from her "Alias Grace" makes its debut on Netflix.
"It doesn't happen frequently, but over the years, TV has sometimes shown flashes of creativity and ambition like this."
In addition to serving as co-executive producer for Mindhunter, Fincher directed four hours of the 10-episode season.