Category Archives: World Cinema Wednesday

Why Not? Wednesday…

Greeetings Caribbean cineastes! Today we take a break from World Cinema Wednesdays (since Nile has been on a shoot since the crack of dawn) to post a little tidbit borrowed from one of my favorite blogs Truly Free Film. I … Continue reading

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WORLD CINEMA Wednesdays

A poignant and powerful film chronicling the South America-spanning motorcycle journey of a young Ernesto Guevara. Brazilian director Walter Salles Jr. treats the material with great care and affection, while cinematographer Eric Guatier uses light and framing to great emotional … Continue reading

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WORLD CINEMA Wednesdays

A masterclass in the fine art of taut directing by Cristian Mungiu, the tension in this Romanian Palme d’Or winner is beyond palpable throughout. Visceral and hard hitting, yet utterly simple in it’s execution, 4 Months, 3 Weeks, & 2 … Continue reading

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WORLD CINEMA Wednesdays

One of my favorite films from which I’m drawing much inspiration for a feature script I’m working on. Blow Up is widely considered to be Antonioni’s seminal work, but I definitely think The Passenger gives it a run for it’s … Continue reading

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