Filmmaking / Directing : Filmmaker Retrospective: The Intelligent Cinema of Christopher Nolan by Darren A. Furniss

Darren A. Furniss

Filmmaker Retrospective: The Intelligent Cinema of Christopher Nolan

A brief look at the films of Nolan here. Short and interesting! http://www.tasteofcinema.com/2014/filmmaker-retrospective-the-intelligen...

Filmmaker Retrospective: The Intelligent Cinema of Christopher Nolan
Filmmaker Retrospective: The Intelligent Cinema of Christopher Nolan
Out of all the directors working in mainstream cinema today, Christopher Nolan is proving to be one of the most interesting and compelling. Born in London in 1970 and of a British-American ancestry, t…
Amanda Toney

Thanks for sharing Daren. I personally love Nolan's films. What do you think of the Interstellar snub?

Darren A. Furniss

Me too. I think the snub is wrong. Films like Interstellar are a classic example of why you need to see films in the cinema. It's not your average dumbed down hollywood action movie and I think Nolan has shown the industry more than once that big films don't have to be.

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