Film Inquiry talks with director Jean Luc Herbulot on his film Saloum and African film. “I’ve been working in Africa now for, what, four years? I was born in Africa, I grew up here, and studied in France. And after that, I spent four or five, if not […]
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The Gutter’s own Carol is reviewing films from the Toronto International Film Festival at the Soldier of Cinema blog this year. Read them here!
There’s a John Waters Camp! Kathleen Turner, Mink Stole, and Patricia Hearst are camp counsellors! “The outlandish visionary we have to blame for Pink Flamingos, Serial Mom, Cry Baby, and a little juggernaut you may have heard of called Hairspray, is welcoming visitors into his warped mind in a summer camp […]
The BBC has a program on Phil Tippett on filmmaking and stop-motion animation. Listen here!
Friend of the Gutter Sara Century has some things to say about Ghost Rider, horror and Marvel’s Rise of the Midnight Sons at Comic Book Herald! “With an influx of scary villains, extreme action sequences, and earnest looks into a reluctant hero’s tortured inner world, the early days […]
At Film Comment, Shonni Enelow writes about a new style of acting in American film. “But something else is brewing. [Jennifer] Lawrence’s characters in Winter’s Bone and The Hunger Games don’t arrive at emotional release or revelation; rather than fight to express themselves, her characters fight not to. […]