Nan Goldin Is Intense Even For Laura Poitras — And The Result Of Their Collaboration Is An Oscar Frontrunner – IndieWire | Episode Movies

With All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, the Oscar-winning documentary maker was keen to make a non-biopic film about the unfiltered artist. Nan Goldin never held back from sharing her life; it is her artistic signature. The photographer’s 1986 slideshow The Ballad of Sexual Dependency heralded her rise in the downtown New York art world … Read more

Nan Goldin Is Intense Even For Laura Poitras — And The Result Of Their Collaboration Is An Oscar Frontrunner – IndieWire | Episode Movies

With All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, the Oscar-winning documentary maker was keen to make a non-biopic film about the unfiltered artist. Nan Goldin never held back from sharing her life; it is her artistic signature. The photographer’s 1986 slideshow The Ballad of Sexual Dependency heralded her rise in the downtown New York art world … Read more

New Film About Corky Lee Debuts At DOC NYC – AsAmNews – AsAmNews | Episode Movies

By Randall Yip, Editor-in-Chief of AsAmNews When Jennifer Takagi first moved to New York City in 2002, she couldn’t help but notice this “quirky” Chinese-American man, who appeared with a camera in hand, palms around the lens, and silver-tinted glasses on his eyes Photo zoomed subjects. It was a scene that was repeated at every … Read more

How the director’s Blue Angel father inspired the film ‘Devotion’ – Los Angeles Times | Episode Movies

JD Dillard doesn’t run on adrenaline; he runs on jet fuel. For the director of Sleight and Sweetheart, new film Devotion – the gripping, haunting story of black Korean War aviator Jesse Brown – is the culmination of a lifelong obsession he shares with his father. “All of my earliest memories are related to aviation. … Read more

The youth should be given a chance to grow, says Anurag Singh Thakur of IFFI – The New Indian Express | Episode Movies

Through Express Message Service NEW DELHI: Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting Anurag Singh Thakur inaugurated the Indian Panorama section at the 53rd edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) on Monday. The opening ceremony introduced the audience to the IFFI’s official selection of 25 feature films and 20 non-feature films in this … Read more

The youth should be given a chance to grow, says Anurag Singh Thakur of IFFI – The New Indian Express | Episode Movies

Through Express Message Service NEW DELHI: Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting Anurag Singh Thakur inaugurated the Indian Panorama section at the 53rd edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) on Monday. The opening ceremony introduced the audience to the IFFI’s official selection of 25 feature films and 20 non-feature films in this … Read more

Beginner’s Guide to Film Photography – Your Campus | Episode Movies

The opinions expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not reflect the views of Her Campus. Film photography has become increasingly popular again in recent years. This is likely due to its authenticity, rich imagery, and overall aesthetic. Even if an image is imperfect, you can still appreciate it for what it … Read more

Explore the most memorable dance floors in film history – Dazed | Episode Movies

Claire Marie Healy tells us about her new book On The Dance Floor – a visual and literary journey through the most famous dance floors In the cinema Dance floors are mythologized, charged spaces full of contradictions. Dancing can have a certain artifice, but if it were purely a performative act, why does it often … Read more

The Swiss mountain with a racist name – and the artist fighting to rename it – The Guardian | Episode Movies

In August 2008, Sasha Huber landed a helicopter near the summit of the Agassizhorn in Switzerland. She carried a metal plaque, which she hammered into the ice and symbolically renamed Rentyhorn Mountain in honor of a Congolese slave, Renty Taylor, who spent most of his life in captivity on a plantation in the US state … Read more