Category Archives: Interviews

The Powerful Impact of Minimalism: Interview with Designer and Illustrator Dylan Haley

I have talked to designer Dylan Haley about his beautiful minimalist work for Bela Tarr’s Sátántángo, about film poster designs with a life of their own and how a simple poster can have more impact. Read More

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Creating Mystery within a Single Image: Interview with Illustrator Jennifer Dionisio

A distinctive cinematic aesthetic runs through Jennifer Dionisio’s illustrations. Her visual stories, through minimal colour composition and a beautiful command of light and shadow and space, Read More

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Drawing on the Quiet Moments of a Movie: Interview with Poster Designer Michael Boland

In our interview, film poster designer Michael Boland talks about his design process, the challenge of creating new image or cover art for classic films and the poster that has impacted him the most. Read More

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Why Movies Still Need Cinemas

Movies come to us, so why go to the movies? Never has this idea loomed larger than in the last few months. And, yet, when this is all over, people will want to gather again in cinemas. Film makers and film festival directors share their opinion. Read More

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Jacques Henri Lartigue, the Ultimate Peter Pan of Photography: Interview with Michael Hoppen

Renée, Cannes, Juillet, 1932. Photograph by Jacques Henri Lartigue © Ministère de la Culture – France / A.A.J.H.L.   Deceptively simple, stripped of any artifice, capturing the fleeting moment and holding it forever. Through the eye and in the hands … Read More

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