“Sometimes a man rises from the darkness. Sometimes the pit spits something back.”
When we drill down to sum up The Dark Knight trilogy in simplest terms, what many will see emerge is a guy in a bat suit. There is no getting around it, and probably why The Dark Knight was shut out in 2008. At...
By Guest Contributor Chris McEwen
“These are films that have really presented an epic vision of America that goes well beyond the parameters of what we might think of when someone says ‘comic book movies,’” noted Film Society of Lincoln Center associate program director (and soon-to-be head Village Voice head film writer) Scott Foundas when describing Christopher...
Nelson Carvajal puts together a wonderful video essay of the astonishing work of Christopher Nolan. I’m going to start the 2012/2013 Oscar year with this familiar lament. Really, Academy? Not a single Oscar nomination for Best Director?
When director Christopher Nolan first conceived of his Batman film trilogy, the challenge was revitalizing a hero who had previously...
In each of the five films nominated for Best Director by the Directors Guild yesterday, overcoming an obstacle to become a winner drives the main characters....
Inception dominates the Central Ohio Film Critics’ Awards with wins for picture, director Christopher Nolan, original screenplay and original score.
2. The Social Network
3. The King’s Speech
4. Black Swan
5. Toy Story 3
6. True Grit
7. 127 Hours
8. The Fighter
9. Winter’s Bone
10. Exit Through the Gift Shop
Like a well-oiled dream machine, the run-up to Inception’s premiere this summer amped up anticipation with nimble precision. The same savvy dexterity is on full display as Warner’s releases this elegant Behind the Scenes FYC promo to begin screening across the country in key locations, Dec. 31.