(PG-13) “The most beautiful flowers grow on the edge of the ravine.” A young man working at an illegal food truck falls for a girl working at the brothel across their shop. Wes Anderson meets Nicolas Winding Refn in Noël Lozzen’s eye-popping short film.
Fresh off connecting with Ben Sherman, model Sid Ellisdon is in the spotlight. He stars in an editorial for Candid magazine. Photographer Bernd Ott takes to London’s East End for an editorial inspired by Nicolas Winding Refn’s film “Drive.” Meanwhile, Deborah Latouche styles Sid in impressive numbers from brands like Alexander McQueen.
In case you haven’t heard, Drive and The Neon Demon director Nicolas Winding Refn is bringing his talents to the small screen for “Too Old To Die Young,“ a 10-episode series for Amazon that Refn himself is directing. Refn wrote the series alongside Ed Brubaker (Captain America: Winter Soldier, Westworld). “The series explores the criminal […]
Home invasion thrillers are a dime a dozen, but rarely has there been one that’s oozing with as much style as The Night Sitter. If I had to guess what Nicolas Winding Refn’s eggnog-fueled Christmas dreams might look like, I imagine this would be a pretty close approximation. Show More Summary
We haven’t heard much about Nicolas Winding Refn’s Amazon show Too Old To Die Young since early this year, but now the Drive director has shared a photo of the show’s whole cast—or at least a photo of their photos. We already knew the series would star Miles Teller as a police officer who gets involved in Los Angeles’… Read more...
Stylish, divisive filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn is making the leap from the big screen to the small with the upcoming Amazon series Too Old to Die Young, and Refn recently took to Twitter to announce his full cast. The Amazon series,...Show More Summary
Billy Baldwin has joined the cast of Amazon's upcoming original drama series Too Old to Die Young, from Nicolas Winding Refn. Written by Refn (Neon Demon, Drive) and Ed Brubaker (Captain America: Winter Soldier, Westworld) and starring...Show More Summary
In case movies like The Neon Demon didn’t make it clear enough, Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive, Only God Forgives) has a taste for unusual cinema. He’s pals with esoteric icon Alejandro Jodorowsky and supports genre cinema. Now, Refn will head up a new free quarterly curated digital platform that will be dedicated to […]
Based on his movies, Nicolas Winding Refn seems like a man with very particular tastes. Drive, for instance, seems like a straightforward car chase movie about a quiet guy in a cool jacket, but it’s more of an homage to retro European action flicks than it is an artsy take on The Fast And The Furious. For people… Read more...
By H. Perry Horton Balancing chaos with order. The article The Shape of You: The Neon Geometry of Nicolas Winding Refn appeared first on Film School Rejects.
By H. Perry Horton Let’s get psychological. The article Assigning Meaning to Color in Nicolas Winding Refn’s ‘Bronson’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.
The Safdie brothers' Good Time is one of a few ironically titled films playing in Cannes this year (devotees of Michael Haneke may not be surprised to hear that his film Happy End has an end but rather skimps on...
We talk to the acclaimed director about the compilation album he put together
Since the release of Drive, Nicolas Winding Refn’s oneiric and stylishly violent and maybe also vacuous cinematic output (Only God Forgives, The Neon Demon) has polarized critics — earning vocal disapproval at Cannes (where people notoriously like to be loud about their rapidly-made opinions) and splits down the middle on Rotten Tomatoes. Show More Summary
Amazon wants to start producing 15 movies a year with “top filmmakers.” They’ve already collaborated with some notable directors, having joined forces with David O. Russell and Nicolas Winding Refn for some shows, in addition to distributing Kenneth Lonergan‘s Manchester by the Sea. Show More Summary
Less than two month’s after director Nicolas Winding Refn‘s (The Neon Demon) Too Old to Die Young was announced, the Amazon series has found its lead in Miles Teller. The Whiplash and War Dogs star will play an L.A. cop who gets pulled into an underground world of assassins. Show More Summary
The 'Whiplash' star joins a growing list of A-list actors the streamer has lured to TV, including Julianne Moore and Robert De Niro. read more
In which Refn's Amazon series gains a headliner. Read more...
In February, we reported that Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn was teaming up with comic book writer Ed Brubaker for Too Old To Die Young, an Amazon series about assassins in Los Angeles’ surprisingly samurai-filled criminal underworld. Show More Summary