Sam Mendes’ ‘Empire of Light’ Teaser Trailer Is A Poetic Celebration Of Cinema

The Coen Brothers Broke One Of Their Biggest Rules To Prevent Jeff Bridges From Being ‘Miserable’ On ‘The Big Lebowski’

Sam Mendes’ Stunning World War I Odyssey ‘1917’ Takes Us To Hell And Back

Awarding Oscars During The Commercials Is Short-Sighted And Dumb

Review: The Coens use ‘Hail, Caesar!’ to take a silly but smart look at Hollywood’s soul

It’s Emily Blunt Vs. Mexican Drug Cartels In The Trailer For ‘Sicario,’ From The Director Of ‘Prisoners’

The ‘Blade Runner’ Sequel Just Landed Legendary Cinematographer Roger Deakins

Roger Deakins will shoot Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Blade Runner’ sequel

Review: ‘Sicario’ simmers as it indicts the fallacy of the drug war we can’t win

Roger Deakins and Emmanuel Lubezki praise fellow Oscar nominees

Industry cinematographers weigh in on film vs. digital

Roger Deakins got the biggest compliment of his career for ‘The Shawshank Redemption’

Roger Deakins looks back on 1997’s ‘Kundun,’ his only Scorsese collaboration to date

Roger Deakins remembers making it up as he went along on Alex Cox’s ‘Sid and Nancy’

Roger Deakins says working with the Coens on ‘Barton Fink’ changed his whole outlook

Roger Deakins reflects on ‘The Village’ and M. Night Shyamalan’s obsession

Roger Deakins recalls ‘The Man Who Wasn’t There’ and film noir favorites

Roger Deakins looks back on ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’ and the days of cinema alchemy