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Ted Kotcheff’s remarkable movie Wake In Fright is a brutal prowl across a battered wasteland. Or you might even say two wastelands: the Australian outback and a man’s broken soul.
The new comedy (with action) from the director of the Fantastic Four films and Barbershop. Bonus: a bunch of new details on the sequel.
How To Make Movies The Don Coscarelli Way – The Director Of Bubba Ho-Tep, Phantasm And John Dies At The End
The reason and rationale of indie filmmaking.
Cuban Fury is in UK cinemas now and I enjoyed it a great deal, thanks in no small part to the very fun casting.
On Time Travel Rules, Anthropomorphic Animals, Terry Gilliam And The Magic Of A113 – Rob Minkoff Discusses Mr. Peabody And Sherman
Dreamworks’ latest is out in the UK today. From the director of The Lion King.
The Look Of Vikings – Creating A Sense Of Place, History, Character And Story By Set Design And Decoration
The set design of a film or TV show is both important and difficult to get right. Here’s a little about how they got Vikings just the way they needed it.
A few days ago I was lucky enough to speak with Teller, of Penn &, and Tim Jenison.
John Wells On August: Osage County, Praising The Weinsteins And The Julia, Julianne, Juliette Confusion
The film has been nominated for three Screen Actor Guild awards, a BAFTA for Julia Roberts, and two Academy Awards, for both Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress.
If Star Wars succeeds in this next, Disney-powered generation, Kinberg will be due some of the credit. Of course, there’s a flip side to that equation too…
How does making a film like this – rich in improv, almost modular in terms of its editing – require different filmmaking techniques to, say, Back to the Future or Inside Llewyn Davis?
On the unusual, specific role of the producer in a Disney animation and the tight crunch to get Frozen made when a whole year was lopped off the schedule.
Quentin Tarantino and Jay Leno sat down last night for a chat about the upcoming collected edition of the Django Unchained comics and, as it happens, a good deal more.
Here’s what Danny Dyer had to tell us about his new Death Wish meets Batman picture, Vendetta. It gets a little NSFW.
Interview: Catching Fire Director Francis Lawrence On Taking Over The Hunger Games And Seeing The Series Out
This film not only stands alongside the first, it feels like the next, vital instalment in a series. It’s like we’re getting episodes of a great TV show… just really very, very spaced out.
The new surveillance-and-terrorism legal thriller Closed Circuit isn’t really a thriller at all, but a drama. I spoke to its superb director, John Crowley.
Hirokazu Koreeda talks to me about his sublime prize winner, ahead of its release in the UK this week – and, of course, the inevitable remake.
We’ve been using the Bleeding Cool social media channels to solicit questions from our readers for Dan Scanlon and Kori Rae, the director and producer of Monsters University. They’ve agreed to do a full “readers’ interview” for us, and reply …
The Rise features Iwan Rheon, Luke Treadaway and a heist that doesn’t go down the way you’d expect. Here’s why it’s one of the best heist films in a long, long time.