Directing

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.

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.

Monumental beauty: Denis Villeneuve

The long-awaited adaptation of Frank Herbert's legendary novel "Dune" is raging in cinemas. The director, Denis Villeneuve, is one of the best authors of the 21st century and today we will try to find out why.

Why you should love James Gunn

We believe that much of the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been thanks to the "Guardians of the Galaxy" dylogy and director James Gunn in particular. So today, let's talk about Jayme Gunn's directorial style and journey.

The gentleman with a rocker's heart: Guy Ritchie

This director's style is instantly recognizable. He's commonly referred to as the British Tarantino and his crime stories are funnier than any comedy. Let's break down what's remarkable about his style and why he's just a rocker roller.

Not at all silent Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith is one of those directors who makes movies for himself. He puts all his personality and creativity into making movies that he himself would be happy to watch. At Filmustage, we love Kevin Smith's films, so today our blog is about his directorial traits and techniques.

Terry Gilliam: how to create surrealism in cinema

Unfortunately, many people undeservedly forget the name of director Terry Gilliam. That's why today we will try to find out what the style and directorial tricks of director Terry Gilliam are.

Bizarre and enigmatic genius: Tim Burton

His style cannot be described in two sentences, but it is recognizable from the very first frame of the film. So what's so special about Tim Burton's directing style and how has he managed to find himself through film?

The mastery of visual storytelling: David Fincher

Let's understand the features of the directorial style of the author of "Seven", "Fight Club", "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button", "Social Network", "Alien 3" and etc.

How the Coen Brothers brought up absurdity in cinema

The Coen brothers are chameleons of the cinematic world, who has worked on diverse genres of movies. Nevertheless, they have a unique directorial style, part of which is the absurd stories and situations.

The mastery of Martin Scorsese

Martin Scorsese's name is one of the loudest names in cinema, so today we turn our attention to his directorial style and tricks.

Shocking style of Darren Aronofsky

Darren Aronofsky's movies are unlikely to be popular among the masses. Even many movie lovers are critical of his works and claim that his films are hard to watch. However, the inconsistency of his work suggests that it is an art that has a message, and today we will try to figure it out.

Edgar Wright: Mastery of Visual comedy

English cinema has a special place in the industry. Unique humor and subtle irony are what films from the Foggy Albion are famous for. Edgar Wright is one of the most famous British directors, whose name has become synonymous with quality English comedy.

Violence, neon and retro-wave: what demon is inside of Nicholas Winding Refn pt. 2

Here is the 2nd part of us discovering the filmography of the Danish master.

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