Sunday, May 19, 2019

‘The Lighthouse’ Review: Robert Pattinson Goes Mad in ‘The Witch’ Director’s New Film | Cannes

After setting the cinematic world on fire with a 17th Century prestige horror film, spoken in mostly period language mind you, The Witch filmmaker Robert Eggers had no intention of taking it easy the second time around. For his sophomore effort, The Lighthouse, the American filmmaker has crafted a 19th Century drama shot in black and white and presented in a 1.19:1 aspect ratio, effectively a square. And his tale centers on just two men assigned to watch over a lighthouse on an island far off the New England coast. The 35-year-old filmmaker must realize that …

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Juliette Binoche Talks Working With Godard, Kieslowski, Denis, Carax & More – Macao

Juliette Binoche jetted into Macao today (December 9) to take part in a masterclass in which she discussed her career working with many of t...