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The Beginner's Guide: Alexander Payne, Director

Alexander Payne's films are diverse yet also share similar directorial trademarks, including the focus on middle-aged, neurotic protagonists, loss of a loved one, existential

The Beginner's Guide: Masaaki Yuasa, Director

Masaaki Yuasa is known for his dynamic anime, which take inspiration from surreal 1960s-70s animation and Golden Age Disney films.

Beginner's Guide: Paul Verhoeven

Paul Verhoeven is a distinguished director in the cinematic world of the past few decades; here is a rundown of his career.

Guillermo Del Toro: The Faun From The Armoire (The Early Years: 1964-1993)

Morgaan Sinclair shares an excerpt of her PhD dissertation; on the early years of Guillermo del Toro, what formed and inspired the filmmaker.

The Beginner's Guide: Rob Zombie, Director & Writer

Rob Zombie is one of the more well-known B-horror filmmakers working today, his films a glorification of campy fun and violence.

The Beginner's Guide: German Expressionism

Begun in the years surrounding World War I, German Expressionism brought to the screen a sense of their society's darkness & despair.

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