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'Dunkirk' Cinematographer Hoyte Van Hoytema On Christopher Nolan's Visceral Approach To Cinema

Reuniting with Christopher Nolan for Dunkirk, the director’s singularly immersive war film, following 2014’s Interstellar, cinematographer Hoyte Van Hoytema knew what to expect—to be pushed to the farthest limits of what was possible in the pursuit of vivid cinema. 1,758 more words

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Dunkirk (2017)

Directed by Christopher Nolan, Dunkirk follows the story of the French and British soldiers trying to escape the almost fully controlled Germany and return to Britain during WW2. 266 more words


Hans Zimmer Set Out After Complete Fusion Of Sound And Image With 'Dunkirk'

Embarking on a storied creative partnership with Christopher Nolan over a decade ago, Hans Zimmer always shared with the director one particular desire: to compose a score that would fuse completely and irrevocably with the image. 1,799 more words

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How 'Dunkirk' Overturned Conventions of Storytelling, Marketing and More

The nominated films for the 90th Academy Awards include plenty of breakthroughs, such as works from women and black filmmakers, genre-bending movies and two first-time directors. 544 more words


Foreign-Born Talent Finds a Welcome Place in Entertainment

It’s impossible to imagine Hollywood without the talented contributions from those who were born outside of America. Immigrant culture has long been embraced by the industry, and with a recently renewed focus on inclusion, diversity and acceptance, it’s becoming more commonplace to see people from all ethnicities being represented at end of the year festivities, most notably, the Academy Awards. 1,036 more words


Dunkirk {film review}

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Christopher Nolan’s 2017 film, Dunkirk was a masterpiece and an absolute joy to watch. Even though I could look back on my past few years and say that I “don’t do war films”, something persuaded me to go to the cinema and see Dunkirk with my Dad, who was seeing it for the second time, and my nine-year-old brother. 1,014 more words

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