Supreme Court dismisses ‘Jenin, Jenin’ filmmaker’s appeal and upholds screening ban – The Times of Israel | Episode Movies

The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a final ruling banning the screening of the controversial 2002 documentary Jenin, Jenin and dismissed an appeal by the film’s director, ordering him to pay damages to an IDF officer for defamation. The widely discredited film is known for falsely claiming that Israeli forces massacred civilians in the West … Read more

Spielberg’s personal film celebrates the dramatic power of filmmaking in The Fablemans – Newnan Times-Herald | Episode Movies

Review by: Jonathan W. Hickman ••• Rating 8/10 Directed by Steven Spielberg Cast: Michelle Williams, Gabriel LaBelle, Paul Dano, Seth Rogen and Judd Hirsch MPAA rating: PG-13 Running time: 2 hours, 31 minutes Available as a theatrical release ••• After remaking the iconic musical West Side Story last year and dedicating that film to his … Read more

What is the epistemological definition? Why is it important for filmmakers? – No film school | Episode Movies

If you want to study film and filmmaking, you should proceed epistemologically. There’s an old saying that goes something like this: “The only person who knows a lot is the person who knows they know nothing.” Aside from feeling like a jumble of words, there’s a genuine core belief that knowledge is an ongoing journey. … Read more

“Bro” directors can’t be the alternative to Marvel – The Swaddle | Episode Movies

Quentin Tarantino will never work on the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The 59-year-old American director, who is behind some of the biggest films of the past thirty years, has recently expressed his strong dislike for the Disney-owned culture giant, he reported diversity on Tuesday. At an event earlier this month, the filmmaker also mentioned how … Read more

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Filmmakers on Netflix’s High Stakes Rollout and Lessons From ‘Star Wars’ – Hollywood Reporter | Episode Movies

Writer-director Rian Johnson and Ram Bergman, his producing partner for two decades, are incredibly humble for a couple who have landed one of the biggest movie deals in recent memory — a $469 million, two-movie deal with Netflix for their T Street production Shingle are making two sequels to their 2019 crime thriller knife out. … Read more

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Filmmakers on Netflix’s High Stakes Rollout and Lessons From ‘Star Wars’ – Hollywood Reporter | Episode Movies

Writer-director Rian Johnson and Ram Bergman, his producing partner for two decades, are incredibly humble for a couple who have landed one of the biggest movie deals in recent memory — a $469 million, two-movie deal with Netflix for their T Street production Shingle are making two sequels to their 2019 crime thriller knife out. … Read more

“British filmmakers should resist being homogenized by US streamers,” says Carol Morley – Screen International | Episode Movies

“It’s not a movie about mental illness; It is a film about world perception and reconciliation.” This is how the British director Carol Morley describes it Typist Artist Pirate KingPremiering this month in the Critics’ Picks section of the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, Morley’s fourth feature film stars Monica Dolan as Audrey Amiss, a … Read more