"I believe that as much as you influence your film, the film also influences you. You think you are in control but then things happen that you didn’t anticipate. That’s cinema, and you need to be open and listen to … Continue reading.
Tag: Christian Petzold
Toronto International Film Festival 2021 Review: Petite Maman
Written by Taylor Baker 78/100 “Say goodbye.” Petite Maman will historically be known as the film that Celine Sciamma followed up her intimate, awarding winning and otherworldly Portrait of a Lady on Fire with. Perhaps unfairly, as her predecessor to … Continue reading.
Episode 93: Preston Sturges: Easy Living / The Lady Eve / Sullivan’s Travels
“When the last dime is gone, I'll sit on the curb outside with a pencil and a ten cent notebook and start the whole thing over again.”Preston Sturges Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | LibSyn | Spotify … Continue reading.
Episode 86: VIFF 2020 & NYFF 2020 / Undine / Nomadland / Time / The Human Voice
"A documentary film-maker can't help but use poetry to tell the story. I bring truth to my fiction. These things go hand in hand."Chloé Zhao Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | LibSyn | Spotify | Stitcher | … Continue reading.
Written by Alina Faulds 60/100 Director Christian Petzold brings Paula Beer and Franz Rogowski together again for his latest feature Undine, a love story tinged with European mythology. The film opens on a bitter note, Johannes (Jacob Matschenz) brings Undine … Continue reading.