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Wonderstruck

Things have been slightly quiet on the Todd Haynes front of late given the muted response to his last film, the adaptation of author Brian Selznick‘s “Wonderstruck.”  However, late last week, the Cannes Film Festival honored Haynes&#8…

There are three likely nominations here in “Blade Runner,” “Shape of Water” and “Dunkirk.” The question is whether “Call Me By Your Name” and “Darkest Hour” round out the category or if &#8220…

Each year, David Erlich, senior film critic at Indiewire gets out his computer and spends hours cutting together a video tribute to his favorite films of previous twelve months. You might not agree with the pics, but the celebration of the year in cine…

It’s the time of year when every cinephile sifts through the sands of their viewing lists, and comes up with their top ten list of the year. Frankly, a lot of lists echo each other, with the same awards season fare switched around. However, John …

Todd Haynes and Dan Gilroy sit down to discuss the creative process behind “Wonderstruck,” their influences and taking on projects that resonate on “The Directors Cut” podcast.  Dan Gilroy is presently hard at work himself, prom…

‘Tis the season of Halloween which means a lot of shabby horror and spooky movies tend to scare up money at the box office. It also means it’s time for Tyler Perry to do his critic-proof thing with “Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween.” …

If you’re looking for a little movie magic at the cinema, Todd Haynes‘ “Wonderstruck” is arriving just in time. And the ambitious picture once again sees the director getting the Midas touch from Carter Burwell. The composer has…

“Wonderstruck” is a film unlike any other, binding two time very different time periods together into one cohesive cinematic experience. The cast stopped by the New York Film Festival on Saturday to discuss the film’s magic, why it mi…