Welcome to this week’s Clickables, folks! We’ve got some interesting things for you to check out:
- First, The Film Stage posted a very exciting line up of some of the films set for release this fall.
- Next, for those interested in the technical side of filmmaking, here is a video essay by Jacob T. Swinney on the Coen Brothers’ use of POV shots.
- If you have internet access, you’re likely aware that Quentin Tarantino is vocal regarding his personal opinions, and some of them are preternaturally offensive. In a recent Variety interview, the director espoused a great many view points indicative of his oft crass personality, and as reported by Digital Spy, he claimed he would’ve made a superior version of the seminal 90’s Slasher film, Scream.
- An Emily Dickinson biopic, A Quiet Passion, is currently in production starring Cynthia Nixon and directed by Terence Davies. Which led to the discovery of a list of films based on poems.
- Lastly, you may have heard the sad news that popular neurologist and author Oliver Sacks died over the weekend. In memoriam, here is a piece in Variety reviewing Sacks’s influence on film within his larger professional career.
Thanks for checking in, readers! We’ll have more to share next week!
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