Filmmaker Sam Mendes and legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins have applied boundary-pushing technology to their historically rooted war epic 1917. In a new making-of featurette from Universal Pictures,
Visionary director Werner Herzog talks to Chris Harvey about his latest work – and ticks him off for not knowing the Bible better “Do we care today that Caravaggio was a murderer?” says Werner Herzog.
Taking a brief well-earned break from the creative restrictions of the Star Wars universe, Rian Johnson has treated us to a wonderfully devious Agatha Christie homage, a freeing exercise that shows just
David Lynch is best known for his strange, beguiling, often nightmarish work for cinema and television – films such as Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive and the TV phenomenon Twin Peaks – but from his studio