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Behind the Camera with Bruno Delbonnel

Jon Fusco at No Film School uses the films Amelie and Inside Llewyn Davis to discuss the filmmaking techniques of Oscar-nominated cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel.

See the full video and article here: DP Bruno Delbonnel


The Oscars 2017 - The Best Pic #3

It’s been over a month since I did parts two and one. And here’s finally the last part of somewhat-early look on the best picture candidates. 621 more words


The Birth of a Nation (2016) Full Review

Yes. I do have a very strong opinion about Nate Parker and fully understand the controversy surrounding this film that he wrote, directed, and starred in. 594 more words

Movie Reviews

The First Oscar Predictions 2017

Here we go again! I did some predictions last spring right after the Oscars 2016 but so much have changed since then! So, here are my endless lists. 833 more words


Psycho, 1960

One of the Hitchcok’s finest horror movies. Contrary to nowaday horror films, it avoids explicit violence and we strongly recommend it even if you’re not a fan of this genre. 121 more words

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Film Review: "The Danish Girl"

The Danish Girl (R)

Release Date: 1/22/2016 (USA)

Run time: 1 hrs, 59 mins

Lovingly directed by Tom Hooper (of Les Misérables and The King’s Speech fame), “The Danish Girl” delivers the agonizing and beautiful story promised in the trailer. 398 more words

Film Critic

Few words about Academy Awards.

Gathering in the Dolby Theatre is over. 88th Oscar Award Ceremony is done and dealt with, famous people ran over the red carpet, dresses and tuxedos were photographed, somebody even said a few words worth hearing, when it started. 1,108 more words