Interview with cinematographer Andrew Droz palermo – Moon Knight

The Run-Down on Movies manager Thomas Manning recently interviewed cinematographer Andrew Droz Palermo about his work on the Marvel Studios series Moon Knight. Over the course of this 20-minute conversation, Palermo speaks about the challenges of working with a visual style that relies so heavily on reflections, the on-location filming in Budapest, and capturing Oscar […]

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1971: The Year that music changed everything: Interview with editors sam blair and Brett irwin

The Run-Down on Movies manager Thomas Manning had the opportunity to interview editors Sam Blair and Brett Irwin about their work on the Apple TV+ streaming documentary series “1971: The Year that Music Changed Everything.” Blair was recently nominated for the 72nd Annual American Cinema Editors Awards for his work on the finale episode of […]

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Interview with Oscar-nominees Martin Strange-hansen and kim magnusson – “on my mind” short film

I recently had the great honor of interviewing writer and director Martin Strange-Hansen and producer Kim Magnusson to discuss their work on the Oscar-nominated short film “On My Mind.” During our conversation, we discuss the significant role of short films in the world of cinema, the beautiful lead performance from Rasmus Hammerich, and the emotionally […]

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage might fit the bill for fans of comedy, horror, and beyond

As a follow-up to the 2018 film “Venom” directed by Ruben Fleischer, “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” sees legendary motion-capture performance actor Andy Serkis settling into the director’s chair, with Tom Hardy returning as the titular antihero. Based on Marvel Comics, this particular corner of the universe is under the Sony umbrella, whereas the majority […]

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Akira Kurosawa Series – Yojimbo (1961) and Sanjuro (1962)

The Akira Kurosawa double-feature of Yojimbo (1961) and Sanjuro (1962) sees Kurosawa scaling back the scope of his previous samurai features like Seven Samurai (1954) and The Hidden Fortress (1958) for a more concentrated focus on one warrior’s interactions with small towns, rival gangs, juvenile samurai pupils, and political warfare. In Yojimbo and Sanjuro, Toshirô […]

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