Oliver Stone’s controversial 1991 thriller is an example of how visual authenticity can be a powerful and persuasive tool in political narratives.
Taking a look back at Zhang Yimou’s exploration of female oppression in this exquisitely beautiful and extremely claustrophobic classic.
Though somewhat overlooked when it originally came out in 1993, “Searching for Bobby Fischer” is a hidden gem of a film featuring stunning cinematography by Conrad Hall
Three Colours: Blue tells the story of a woman coping with the tragic loss of her husband – a rich and famous composer – and her daughter in a terrible car accident that takes place on a remote stretch of country road.
This week we revisited one of last century’s most widely enjoyed classics and took a closer look at the elegantly simple cinematography of Roger Deakins.
Revisiting the original visceral crime thriller launched the look of a thousand CSIs.