Robert Rodriguez, Colin Trevorrow, and Joseph Kosinski talked to Collider's Steven Weintraub about creative struggles they won and a few they lost, the technology that still blows them away, and the impact of the pandemic shutdown in the middle of their current projects.
A review from Sundance of two films from the festival's NEXT category, "Dayveon" and "Deidra & Laney Rob a Train."
Being young, white male directors with one indie hit gets you a blockbuster like Jurassic World. Why doesn't the same hold true for female directors and directors of color?
Marie writes: kudos to club member Sandy Kahn for finding this - as I'd never heard of the Bregenz Festival before, despite the spectacular staging of Puccini's opera Tosca and which appeared briefly in the Bond film Quantum of Solace; but then I slept through most of it. I'm not surprised I've no memory of an Opera floating on a lake. Lake Constance to be exact, which borders Germany, Switzerland and Austria near the Alps...
Tosca by Puccini | 2007-2008 - Photograph by BENNO HAGLEITNER(click to enlarge)