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Variety's Mentor of the Year, Bradley Battersby, Takes Experimental Approach to Teaching Film

When Bradley Battersby was hired to head the undergraduate film department at Ringling College of Art and Design in 2009, the program was so small fellow professors on campus didn’t even know that it existed. 909 more words


'The Lost City of Z' is an Expedition of Mankind's Insatiable Desire to Conquer

Movie Review: The Lost City of Z

PG-13 | 2h 21min

Director: James Gray

Writers: James Gray (written for the screen by), David Grann (based on the book by) … 905 more words

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Blazing the trail

When I’m looking for insights into writing, I often turn to the nonliterary arts, and the one that I’ve found the most consistently stimulating is… 1,324 more words


Filmmaker Interview: James Gray

The Lost City of Z is James Gray’s remarkable film adaptation of David Grann’s best-selling novel about Percy Fawcett (played by a revelatory Charlie Hunnam), a British explorer who disappeared with his son (Tom Holland) while searching for an ancient civilization in the jungles of South America in the early 20th century. 1,515 more words


Into the Inferno

Into the Inferno (2016)
★★★★ / ★★★★

What I love about grandmaster filmmaker Werner Herzog is that each of his work is rich. I don’t mean that a lot of money is put into them. 625 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

"Queen of the Desert" - (Movie Review)

By Andrew Buckner
Rating: ***1/2 out of *****.

Writer-director Werner Herzog’s long shelved Queen of the Desert (2015) is a stunning and beautiful portrait of writer, archeologist and cartographer Gertrude Bell’s journey through the middle east in the early 1900’s. 604 more words

Andrew Buckner