https://filmdaily.co - Wes Anderson bagged Best Director at this year’s Berlinale for his new stop-motion feature Isle of Dogs, so we’ve decided to take a look at some of the writer-director’s best works from a visual angle, exploring why he’s gained his reputation as the “King of Symmetry”.
https://filmdaily.co - Throwing a Batarang through the movie press today is the news stating Joss Whedon has left DC’s upcoming 'Batgirl' movie. Whedon was slated to direct the film, which he has been writing and rewriting for the past year.The post Whedon’s out! What’s next for the ‘Batgirl’ movie? appeared first on Film Daily.
https://filmdaily.co - Hold onto your hats ladies & gentlemen, because HBO are bringing an immersive Westworld experience to SXSW for 2018. Offering fans the chance to be shuttled straight to a recreation of Sweetwater via a “Delos shuttle”, the location will include such iconic settings as the Coronado Hotel and Mariposa Saloon. The post Media marketing at SXSW: All the most immersive experiences appeared first on Film Daily.
https://filmdaily.co - Released on February 26 1988, after a small premiere in Baltimore a week earlier, John Waters’s 'Hairspray' jived into the cultural consciousness. In the 30 years since the movie’s release, it has gone on to inspire a hit Broadway musical and a feature remake.The post The filthiest person alive: John Waters’s progression from the “Pope of Trash” to family fave appeared first on Film Daily.
https://filmdaily.co - With season three of 'UnReal' premiering February 26, we caught up with showrunner Stacy Rukeyser to talk about the show’s pertinent themes, the need for complex female characters, and how movements like Time’s Up and #MeToo are impacting the industry, and the future of 'UnReal' and 'Everlasting'.The post Is life ‘UnReal’ for TV showrunner Stacy Rukeyser? appeared first on Film Daily.
https://filmdaily.co - We’re four days into the reputable Berlin Film Festival – also known as the Berlinale – and already the #MeToo movement is pinned as a central focus for the annual event. After the year the entertainment industry’s had, it’s no surprise diversity and inclusivity remain hot topics in the 2018 festival season.The post Berlinale putting the #MeToo into their 2018 film festival appeared first on Film Daily.
https://filmdaily.co - In celebration of the fact we’re well and truly into festival season, we’ve decided to turn our spotlight onto the best LGBTQI indie film festivals out there. If you’re a big fan of queer-themed cinema, then get these in the datebook.The post Queer here: The best LGBTQI indie film festivals appeared first on Film Daily.
https://filmdaily.co - It’s official: 'Transparent' is moving on without Maura. Jeffrey Tambor has been given the kick from Jill Soloway’s hit Amazon show after an investigation apparently suggested his behavior “could not be justified or excused under scrutiny.”The post Amazon cull: What’s the future for a Jeffrey Tambor-less ‘Transparent’? appeared first on Film Daily.
https://filmdaily.co - A pall has fallen over the achievement for the filmmakers of Oscar-nominee 'Last Men in Aleppo', who have just learned Syria refused to expedite the travel visas of producer Kareem Abeed and star Mahmoud Al-Hattar.The post How Trump’s travel ban affects the movie economy appeared first on Film Daily.
https://filmdaily.co - Life as a sci-fi fan wasn’t always easy Back in its early days, the science-fiction genre was for members of a fringe cultural niche, considered […]The post Geek chic: How Netflix is changing the perception of sci-fi appeared first on Film Daily.
https://filmdaily.co - HBO has been the birthplace of many incredible shows and they’ve got some absolute treats coming for you, some new and some returning. Here’s a roundup of the most anticipated shows HBO subscribers can look forward in 2018.The post Binge on these HBO Original Series coming out in 2018 appeared first on Film Daily.
https://filmdaily.co - 'Black Panther' was a trailblazing Marvel superhero when he was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirkby back in 1966. As the first African superhero in mainstream comics, the King of Wakanda was an inspiring force, created at a time in American history when civil rights were being fervently fought for.The post Pow! How superheroes of color pummeled the path for ‘Black Panther’ appeared first on Film Daily.