Peter Debruge

Connect:

  • Film

Review: 'Miriam'

By

Exploitation director Matt Cimber turns his attention to more serious subjects in "Miriam," a Los Angeles-lensed WWII drama based on a true story. Low-budget pic marks the screen debut of Telly…

  • Film

Review: 'Zerophilia'

By

"Zerophilia," opening on the art-film circuit, should really be playing to raucous crowds at the drive-in or in late-night rotation on pay cable. Part horror movie, part randy teen sex farce, pic…

Marketplace

  • Film

'Breaking' talent

By

After re-creating WWII Africa, midcentury European high society and Civil War America, Anthony Minghella's latest project, "Breaking and Entering," marks a break from a decade of epic literary…

  • Film

Roman Osin

By

Roman Osin worhips Westerns, seeing himself in the genre's silent heroes. "That's me, the cinematographer," he says. "He rides into a project, shoots from the hip and hopefully survives long enough…

  • Film

Michael Grady

By

The gaffers all call him "Flamethrower." Michael Grady doesn't mind burn spots, and he's not afraid to blow out the windows or plunge deep into shadows. The look and equipment change with every film…

  • Film

Campaigners copy cat

By

It was a night of Oscar upsets and sore losers. Even discounting "Brokeback Mountain" author Annie Proulx's bitter editorial in The Guardian -- "Rumour has it that Lions Gate inundated the academy…

  • Film

Editor Joel Cox

By

To the untrained eye, they may look like mistakes -- an actor stumbles over a line or disrupts a prop by mistake -- and any other director would probably relegate such moments to the bloopers reel…

  • Film

Costumer Penny Rose

By

If you look at Errol Flynn movies, everybody's got a clean shirt on. They look ridiculous," says Rose, who introduced a different, more distressed look to the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series. "No…

  1. 1
  2. 129
  3. 130
  4. 131
  5. 132
  6. 133
  7. 136