Residence Entertainment Bollywood Kabir Khan studied from Shah Rukh Khan’s notes during film class, danced with Gauri Khan in college: ‘She’s a fabulous dancer’ Filmmaker Kabir Khan knew Shah Rukh Khan and his wife Gauri Khan before the superstar made his Bollywood debut. Shah Rukh Khan made an appearance inRead More →

Iranian cinema in all its poetic humanity is beautifully displayed in Panah Panahi’s “Hit the Road”, a charming and quirky journey through distant spaces (and at one point, fantastically, into space itself) which follows a close-knit family from Tehran. four entering uncharted territory. It’s tempting to consider Panahi’s feature debutRead More →

Alexander Skarsgard initially felt conflicted with the thoroughness of Robert Eggers’ filming plans for The Northman. Before principal photography begins, The Witch director and his cinematographer Jarin Blaschke like to create precise, detailed storyboards so they know exactly what every frame in the film should look like. Skarsgard, who isRead More →

SEOUL, April 13 (Yonhap) — “The Novelist’s Film,” the 27th feature by prolific director Hong Sang-soo, is another one of his films that focuses on a woman’s lonely journey to look through herself. casual conversations with close friends or by chance acquaintances as in “On the Beach at Night Alone”Read More →

Alika Tengan makes movies he loves Lee A. TonouchiSpecial for the Hawai’i Herald Alika Tengan. (Photo courtesy of Sundance Film Festival) 2006-Castle-High-School graduate Alika Tengan remains the director and co-writer behind a buzzy film. Earlier this year, his feature debut “Every Day in Kaimukï” entered the prestigious Sundance Film Festival.Read More →

Clockwise from left: Khalil Benkirane; Antoine Waked; Qatari filmmaker Hamida Issa; and Vinay Shukla Doha: Filmmakers attending Qumra, the annual incubator event of the Doha Film Institute (DFI), said Qatar’s film industry is entering a new wave. During an online press briefing held on Tuesday between the filmmakers of FeatureRead More →

Shawn Levy’s Adam Project stars Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner. The sci-fi drama will begin streaming on Netflix from March 11. Director Shawn sat down for an exclusive interview with filmmaker Karan Johar for and talked about the Adam project, his collaboration with Ryan Reynolds, his creativeRead More →

Apple’s recent “Peek Performance” event unveiled some of the most exciting announcements for fans, including the new iPhone SE and a desktop Mac. For filmmakers, there are also exclusive features coming next month. Specifically, the new pair of movie-making tools called “Magic Movie” and “Storyboard” will help iMove users doRead More →

” class=”lazy img-responsive” data-src=” triumph-of-stylized-filmmaking-2-920×518.jpeg” width=”920″ height=”518″ alt=”Review Of Death On The Nile: Is A Triumph Of Stylized Filmmaking” /> Death on the Nile Starring Hercule Poirot, starring Tom Bateman (also returning from the first film), Annette Bening, Russell Brand, Ali Fazal, Dawn French, Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Rose Leslie,Read More →

Learn from the meticulous master himself. Stanley Kubrick was probably the most calculated filmmaker of all time. The guy had ways he wanted things to happen, and he did them over and over again until they happened exactly that way. Kubrick is frequently cited as one of the greatest filmmakersRead More →

“The filmmaking process taught me that I have to be authentic – in my scripts and in real life”, quotes Suraj Gautam, director and producer, he is the founder of Mahakaal Motion Pictures: They debuted with a Hollywood movie “Hexing” which released in India in 2019 and is stillRead More →

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a brutal learning curve for film production, with a number of studio productions forced to hiatus, shelved indefinitely, or relegated from theaters to a streaming service. But for independent films and filmmakers, the pandemic has been considerably worse as smaller productions, already operating on limitedRead More →

From the relatively small pond of Singapore, filmmaker Anthony Chen ventures into the enormous Chinese film market. The 37-year-old Singaporean director, best known for his critically acclaimed dramas Ilo Ilo (2013) and Rainy season (2019), has just completed production of his first feature film in mainland China, The breaking ice.Read More →

Reconstruction in documentary cinema is an eternally divisive technique: what some find vivid and immediate, others find reality distant and contrived, masking and blurring reality in the language of fictional cinema. Yet what if the reconstructions not only featured the actual subjects of the documentary, but were expressly designed andRead More →

Writer-director John Ridley discussed the ins and outs of documentary filmmaking with industry insiders for his documentary film event “Critical Content: Stories That Matter”. Ridley, who won an Oscar for adapting ’12 Years a Slave,’ sat down with ‘Flee’ director Jonas Poher Rasmussen, ‘Faya Dayi’ director Jessica Beshir and ‘SummerRead More →

Denzel Washington “stole” Joel Coen’s directing advice. The ‘Tragedy of Macbeth’ actor admitted he learned “everything” from the iconic filmmaker while working with him on the new big-screen adaptation of William Shakespeare’s play. When asked what lessons he wanted to take with him as a director himself, he told Collider:Read More →

Directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillette and executive producer Chad Villella, known collectively as Radio silence, asserted from the outset that their Scream is “For Wes”. They credit the master of horror Wes Craven and his 1996 slasher as direct inspiration for their careers as filmmakers. They sought to honorRead More →

One of the reasons that this work doesn’t weigh on me is that I take so much pleasure in welcoming new directorial talents to our screens. So here is our list of filmmakers whose first fiction feature films marked me so much. I’m still ringing the gong for second-time filmmakersRead More →

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma. – Film leaders seek to develop the film workforce in Oklahoma. If you’ve always wanted to work on a movie set, now there are new courses to teach you. Oklahoma’s film industry is booming, with “Killers of the Flower Moon,” “Minari,” “Reagan,” and “Reservation Dogs” all madeRead More →