In a continuation of last year's initiative to shine the spotlight on non-mainstream achievements, the American Society of Cinematographers has nominated three d.p.s for its Spotlight Award, designed…
Cementing himself as the great classicist of his generation, James Gray turns back the clock to 1921 for a romantic tale that cuts to the very soul of the American experience.
The mesmerizing images of Mexican d.p. Gabriel Figueroa (1907-97) catalyze a fascinating master class in cinematographic philosophy in gorgeous-looking docu "Multiple Visions, the Crazy Machine."
Frisky and frivolous, Woody Allen's "To Rome With Love" serves up four comical vignettes in the latest stop on the director's breezy tour of romantic Euro locales.
Michael Haneke's most intimate film in nearly a quarter-century, "Amour" relates the tragic final months in a relationship with at least six decades' worth of history.
Oscar-winner Wally Pfister talks about the work of cinematographers Phedon Papamichael and Darius Khondji
There's irony in the fact that while black-and-white aficionado Woody Allen imagined the lost generation in "Midnight in Paris" with painterly color, French director Michel Hazanavicius traveled to…
A tale of romance between an older courtesan and a spoiled youth is short on real emotion.
Fans of Wong Kar Wai's Hong Kong films will find much to enjoy about "Nights," whose beautiful sights (courtesy of lenser Darius Khondji) look nearly as good on TV as they did in theaters. However…
Roman Polanski's "The Ninth Gate" is a sardonic detective thriller peppered with carefully crafted pleasures, not the least of which is a snide approach to wealthy people with a decadent streak. This…