Interview, Audio: Director Todd Haynes Becomes ‘Wonderstruck’

Chicago – Todd Haynes is an American auteur, as every one of his films bear the distinct mark of his creativity. From his beginnings with the indie masterpiece “Safe” (1995) through unforgettable ...

‘Wonderstruck’: Todd Haynes Blows Up Cinema, One Genre at a Time

‘Wonderstruck’: Todd Haynes Blows Up Cinema, One Genre at a Time Maybe Todd Haynes has always been too smart for his own good. The 56-year-old director has been making films for nearly 40 years, but in some ways he’s still the Brown semiotics grad who can’t resist ...

‘Wonderstruck’: Todd Haynes Blows Up Cinema, One Genre at a Time

‘Wonderstruck’: Todd Haynes Blows Up Cinema, One Genre at a Time Maybe Todd Haynes has always been too smart for his own good. The 56-year-old director has been making films for nearly 40 years, but in some ways he’s still the Brown semiotics grad who can’t resist ...

'Wonderstruck' Director Todd Haynes on Reuniting With Julianne Moore and Working With Child Actors (Exclusive)

'Wonderstruck' Director Todd Haynes on Reuniting With Julianne Moore and Working With Child Actors (Exclusive) Todd Haynes relaxes into a couch in a suite at the Beverly Hills Four Seasons, having arrived at his final sit down at the end of a long press day for his new film, Wonderstruck, which tells the ...

'Wonderstruck' Review: Todd Haynes Turns Kids' Book Into Eye-Popping Wonder

'Wonderstruck' Review: Todd Haynes Turns Kids' Book Into Eye-Popping Wonder Todd Haynes creates movies that feel like part of his DNA. Whether they're originals (Safe, Velvet Goldmine, Far From Heaven, I'm Not There) or adapted from other works (Carol, the HBO miniseries ...

Todd Haynes on ‘Wonderstruck,’ Perceptions of Childhood, and David Bowie

It’s no small testament to Todd Haynes that this is the second interview this website’s conducted with him since August. Although the opening of his newest film, Wonderstruck, is a proper excuse, ...

Lars von Trier on Kanye: The Five Best Music Documentaries that Haven’t Been Made Yet

Lars von Trier on Kanye: The Five Best Music Documentaries that Haven’t Been Made Yet News of Todd Haynes making his first documentary should’ve come as something of a curveball, but it was reported that the “Carol” director is planning a non-fiction project about the Velvet ...

New Hand-Drawn Poster for Todd Haynes’ Upcoming ‘Wonderstruck’

A beautiful, hand-drawn poster, in black and white no less, has been released for Todd Haynes‘ upcoming follow up to the beloved “Carol,” an adaptation of Brian Selznick‘s “Wonderstruck.” Read More: ...

NYC Weekend Watch: Queer Quad, ‘Safe,’ Simian Vérité & More

Since any New York City cinephile has a nearly suffocating wealth of theatrical options, we figured it’d be best to compile some of the more worthwhile repertory showings into one handy list. ...

Julianne Moore On How Todd Haynes “Manifests What It Is To Be A Human Being Cinematically” In ‘Wonderstruck’ – Cannes

Julianne Moore On How Todd Haynes “Manifests What It Is To Be A Human Being Cinematically” In ‘Wonderstruck’ – Cannes When Julianne Moore’s elderly deaf character Rose enters the frame in Todd Haynes’ Wonderstruck to the tune of Eumir Deodato’s take on “Sprach Zarathustra” (also prominently heard in the Peter Sellers ...

Todd Haynes Talks Working With His “Creative Soulmate” Julianne Moore & More [Cannes]

Cannes — Twenty-two years. That’s how long it’s been since Todd Haynes and Julianne Moore first worked together in the now-indie-classic “Safe.” The pair reunited to spectacular effect in “Far From ...

Cannes Review: ‘Wonderstruck’ Finds Todd Haynes Struggling for the Sublime

Alfred Hitchcock might have been stating the obvious when he said, “If it’s a good movie, the sound could go off and the audience would still have a perfect idea of what was going on.” Cinema is ...

‘Wonderstruck’ Is Cannes’ First Oscar Contender and Other Revelations From Festival Press Conference

‘Wonderstruck’ Is Cannes’ First Oscar Contender and Other Revelations From Festival Press Conference “Wonderstruck” is the perfect match of rich source material and cinema. Author Brian Selznick (“Hugo”) was inspired to adapt his own graphic novel intertwining two stories from 1927 and 1977 when ...

‘Wonderstruck’ Is Cannes’ First Oscar Contender and Other Revelations From Festival Press Conference

‘Wonderstruck’ Is Cannes’ First Oscar Contender and Other Revelations From Festival Press Conference “Wonderstruck” is the perfect match of rich source material and cinema. Author Brian Selznick (“Hugo”) was inspired to adapt his own graphic novel intertwining two stories from 1927 and 1977 when ...

Coming Distractions: Todd Haynes gets in touch with his inner child in this first look at Wonderstruck

“Family film” isn’t the first genre that leaps to mind when talking about Todd Haynes. The director of Safe, Carol, and I’m Not There tends to specialize in specifically adult preoccupations, like ...

Cannes 2017: 22 Films We Can’t Wait to See at This Year’s Festival

Cannes 2017: 22 Films We Can’t Wait to See at This Year’s Festival The Cannes Film Festival generates more attention and excitement than any other film festival in the world, but each year is an unpredictable journey. The Official Selection, alongside the sidebars of ...

Todd Haynes’ Cinematic Voice: Stream 7 Classic Films That Shaped The Filmmaker

Todd Haynes’ Cinematic Voice: Stream 7 Classic Films That Shaped The Filmmaker Editor’s Note: This article is presented in partnership with FilmStruck. The exclusive streaming home for The Criterion Collection, FilmStruck features the largest streaming library of contemporary ...

Feeling Positively "Wonderstruck"

By Spencer Coile  After the sting of Carol's snub for Best Picture just two years ago, Todd Haynes is coming back, hopefully better than ever. His new film, Wonderstruck, will be premiering at the ...

How Amazon and Ted Hope Are Trying to Bring Back the ’90s Indie Film Boom

Today, Amazon Studios announced it has signed an exclusive first-look deal with indie powerhouses Bona Fide Productions (“Little Miss Sunshine”), Le Grisbi Productions (“Birdman”) and Killer Films ...

Tribeca Exclusive: Clip & Poster For The ‘Safe’-Like Documentary ‘The Sensitives’

The Tribeca Film Festival is still in full swing (it’s long!), and one film that’s worth keeping an eye on is the documentary “The Sensitives,” which screens tonight. Directed by ...

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