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Dark Knight Is Returning to Theaters for 10th Anniversary

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Christopher Nolan's superhero classic The Dark Knight is getting some 10th-anniversary screenings next month.

DGA Awards: Jordan Peele earns two nominations, Spielberg left out

The Directors Guild of America announced its nominees Thursday, naming Greta Gerwig (“Lady Bird”), Jordan Peele (“Get Out”), Guillermo del Toro (“The Shape of Water"), Christopher Nolan (“Dunkirk”) and Martin McDonagh (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”) as its five nominees for feature...

Greta Gerwig, Jordan Peele, Guillermo del Toro earn first Directors Guild nominations

Aside from 'Dunkirk' director Christopher Nolan, all of this year's nominees were first timers: Peele, Gerwig, Guillermo del Toro and Martin McDonagh.        

Guillermo del Toro Approves of Natalie Portman’s ‘All-Male Nominees’ Comment

When Natalie Portman introduced the best director candidates at the Golden Globes as the “all-male nominees,” it inspired a bit of controversy. On screen, it appeared as if the directors — Martin McDonagh, Christopher Nolan, Ridley Scott, Steven Spielberg, and Guillermo del Toro — might have been a bit miffed. ... More »

Mobile Netflix Gets Cinematic With HDR and Dolby 5.1 on Razer Phone

These days you’ll hear a lot of classic directors lamenting the death of film. Christopher Nolan goes through all this trouble to film his sprawling war epic Dunkirk on 70mm film, only to […] The post Mobile Netflix Gets Cinematic With HDR and Dolby 5.1 on Razer Phone appeared first on

'Dunkirk' cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema wanted viewers to have a visceral experience

In “Dunkirk,” the camera is everything. Light on dialogue and largely devoid of back story and character development, Christopher Nolan’s dramatization of the famous evacuation of Allied soldiers at the outset of World War II — told in three timelines from the land, sea and air — throws its audience...

Why Christopher Nolan Didn’t Want to Direct ‘Blade Runner 2049’

Read any Christopher Nolan interview and he’ll probably go on at length about how big an influence Blade Runner plays on his films. Shades of Ridley Scott’s seminal sci-fi classic can be found in everything from his superhero starter film Batman Begins to his ambitious and cerebral Interstellar. Show More Summary

Christopher Nolan Wants You To Show Your Kids ‘2001’

Acclaimed filmmaker and vest enthusiast Christopher Nolan is out making the rounds in anticipation for the (likely) Oscar nominations for his film Dunkirk. As part of his press tour, the Dark Knight director revealed why he thinks that Stanley Kubrick‘s immortal, cerebral space-epic 2001: A Space Odyssey should be shown to children. Show More Summary

Why Nolan Hasn’t Had Any Interest In Directing A Blade Runner Sequel

Not that anyone would ask him to do one now, after the financial disappointment that was Blade Runner 2049, but visionary director Christopher Nolan recently told the Los Angeles Times that he wouldn’t direct a sequel to Blade Runner; not now and not if he was offered Blade Runner 2049 years ago. When asked if […]

Why Christopher Nolan Is Not Interested In Directing A Blade Runner Movie

The sequel to Blade Runner came out last year and while it had a near-impossible task of matching the quality of a cult classic, many felt the follow-up succeeded. It makes one wonder if we could see even more Blade Runner movies in the future.

Christian Bale Can’t Bring Himself to Watch Dark Knight Rises Because of the Aurora Shooting

Nearly six years after the tragic movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado, Christian Bale can’t bring himself to watch The Dark Knight Rises. Fanfare around the final Christopher Nolan Batman installment became somber when a gunman opened fire during a midnight screening of the film. “Very sadly, I have not ... More »

Christopher Nolan on the power of the people and why '2001' should be required preschool viewing

Christopher Nolan has become a brand-name director by challenging audiences' expectations for big-budget Hollywood fare. With "Dunkirk," he did so by weaving together three narrative strands - on land, sea and air-- to tell the story of the WWII rescue of stranded British troops.


As a tribute to Stanley Kubrick and Christopher Nolan, designer Thomas Vanz made a beautiful short film visualizing the death of a star. None of the visuals are computer generated; instead he edited together clips of ink dissolving in water to depict a supernova.

How DP Hoyte Van Hoytema Captured Christopher Nolan’s Miracle Of ‘Dunkirk’ – Crew Call Podcast

It’s always a battle to shoot on the water and with Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, both director and DP Hoyte Van Hoytema braved the actual sea in order to capture the authenticity of the World War II Allied evacuation. In our latest Crew...Show More Summary

Christian Bale Confirms He Was Almost in 'Solo' & Still Wants to Do a 'Star Wars' Movie 

He is not, however, interested in the Avengers. Christian Bale played Batman in Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy, but on the Happy Sad Confused podcast he confessed he's not big on superhero films in general. Unless you consider Star Wars to be a superhero franchise. Show More Summary

Dunkirk, re-edited as a silent film

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One of the first things you notice when watching Dunkirk is the sparse use of dialog. There are long stretches of the film, particularly on the beach, when no one says anything. In interviews, Christopher Nolan has stated that he wanted to use visuals to drive the story in the film…”looking to the visual masters of the silent era”. Show More Summary

How ‘Dunkirk’ Was The Most Challenging Score For Hans Zimmer – Crew Call Podcast

For Dunkirk, composer Hans Zimmer and filmmaker Christopher Nolan wanted an original score that was unlike any other for a World War II movie. As a maestro of synthesized themes going back to his days with the pop band The Buggles and...Show More Summary

Watch: Fan-Made Classic B&W Silent Film Version of Nolan's 'Dunkirk'

"Spitfires George, greatest plane ever built." Christopher Nolan's intense war thriller about the miraculous Dunkirk evacuation at the beginning of WWII has been earning accolades and recognition on many Top 10 lists as the year comes to an end. Show More Summary

Watch: Video Compares 'Dunkirk' Footage with Real Archival Footage

"Hope is a weapon. Survival is victory." One of the standout movies from 2017 is Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan's intense and riveting WWII thriller about the Dunkirk evacuation in 1940 at the beginning of World War II. Nolan put a great...Show More Summary

New video: 'Dunkirk' is a stirring and stunning World War II epic

New on Blu-ray “Dunkirk” (Warner Bros. Blu-ray/DVD combo, $35.99; also available on VOD) Perhaps only “Inception”/“Interstellar” writer-director Christopher Nolan could earn a half-billion dollars at the global box office with what’s essentially an expensive experimental film. Nolan’s “Dunkirk”...

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