Directing

All about the style, features, and tricks of your favorite film directors.

In Search of Meaning: Paolo Sorrentino

What do you think of Italian cinema? We at Filmustage adore it, so our new blog is dedicated to Paolo Sorrentino.

Dissecting Man: David Cronenberg

David Cronenberg recently recalled himself with his triumphant return to his roots. So let us devote today's material to the great and terrible Cronenberg.

Conveying human: Ang Lee

This week we talk about the Taiwanese director, and author of such masterpieces as "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon", "Life of Pi", "Pushing Hands", and many more.

The Master of Anarchic Tales: Guillermo Del Toro

This week Filmustage will delve into the wonderful fairytale worlds of Guillermo del Toro. We will try to highlight the main features of the Mexican master's directorial style.

Re-building the horror: Robert Eggers

A small filmography did not prevent Robert Eggers from becoming one of the pioneers of the new wave of horror. Why? Let's find out in our new blog. Warning: material may contain spoilers.

Innovative Director: James Cameron

The trailer for "Avatar: The Way of Water" is taking the net by storm. It could be considered a truly legendary comeback, as we've waited nearly 10 years for it - and now, more than ever, it's appropriate to talk about James Cameron.

Taika Waititi: between comedy and tragedy

Today we will examine the path as well as the directorial style of Taika Waititi. And in the end, we will try to answer the question "what makes Taika Waititi one of the most versatile filmmakers of our time".

How to make a Boom: Michael Bay

An action movie fanatic, a film critics' "favourite" and simply one of the highest-grossing directors of our time. Today we want to tell you about the controversial, but a very interesting figure of Michael Bay.

How illusions are created: Christopher Nolan

Nolan is an extremely versatile filmmaker, and his films are a very skillful bridge between two global branches of cinema, namely between the auteur and the commercial. Today, we will try to dissect the director's style and answer the question, how does Christopher Nolan create magic on the screen?

"Don't Look Up": Satire in its Essence

Today we broadcast about the bizarre genre of satire and break down the new film by Adam McKay.

Defining reality: Steven Spielberg

Absolutely everyone, even those far removed from cinema, can name several of Spielberg's films at once, a testament to his great legacy. So today, let's dive into the study of his authorial style and try to understand which directorial techniques make Spielberg's style recognizable.

Wes Anderson: recreating theatre in cinema

The worlds of Wes Anderson are both puppet-like and frighteningly realistic, which makes his work very interesting to watch and analyze. The director's new film, French Dispatch, is currently in cinemas, so there's no better time to immerse yourself in Wes Andreeson's particular directorial style.

Bong Joon-ho: the mastery of transnational directing

Unfortunately, the viewer doesn't always dare to look into film territory outside of Hollywood. It's the same with Korean cinema, which has produced such talented filmmakers as Pong Joon-ho.

How the "Squid Game" showed the world the true face of capitalism

Yes, yes, yes we've all just started to move on from the worldwide hit The "Squid Game", but that doesn't make the phenomenon of its popularity any less interesting. Today, we want to reflect on exactly why The "Squid Game" has become Netflix's most popular series.

The Thing from Halloween: John Carpenter

Have you rewatched "The Thing" and "Halloween yet? Today our blog is entirely dedicated to the theme of the scariest holiday of the year and we'll spend it in the company of the great and terrifying John Carpenter.

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