We’re digging in the crates today for a cool short film from Oldboy director Park Chan-wook and his brother Park Chan-kyong that highlights the power (and limitations) of the iPhone as a filmmaking device.
Film School Rejects author Scott Beggs shared Night Fishing in his awesome Short Film of the Day series, and we figured it was worth sharing with you… Continue reading 'Stoker' and 'Oldboy' Director Park Chan-Wook Shot This Short Film on an iPhone 4
UPDATE: Universal Pictures announced late Thursday afternoon that Colin Trevorrow would direct “Jurassic Park 4,” ending months of speculation about who would helm the third sequel to 1993′s blockbuster “Jurassic Park.”
Trevorrow is a relative Hollywood newcomer, having directed only one other film previously, 2012′s “Safety Not Guaranteed,” for which he was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature. That film featured a science fiction-esque time travel plot… Continue reading 'Jurassic Park 4': What We Know So Far About the Sequel, Including the New Director (UPDATE)
Oscar season is upon us, which means lots of prestigious biographies of powerful or famous people. After this weekend, there will be three such movies vying for your ticket-buying dollar: Daniel Day-Lewis in Steven Spielberg’s surprising smash “Lincoln,” Anthony Hopkins as the master of suspense in “Hitchcock” and, starting on Friday, Bill Murray (of all people), playing Franklin D. Roosevelt in “Hyde Park on Hudson.” True to form, Roosevelt ain’t… Continue reading 'Hyde Park On Hudson' Review: The Pros And Cons Of The FDR Biopic