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

Rob Zombie is one of the more well-known B-horror filmmakers

The Beginner's Guide: German Expressionism

Begun in the years surrounding World War I, German Expressionism


Director Ben Wheatley is one of the most prolific directors in Britain, always directing with a passion that shows in his finished works.

Never scared to experiment with format, or to tell a sincerely personal story, Carol Morley is truly a filmmaker of our time.

In this beginner's guide, we explore Canadian director Denis Villeneuve's journey from psychological indies to mainstream blockbusters.

In our latest beginner's guide, we take a run-down through the films of Jacques Demy, a French director who triumphed in the musical genre.

Yorgos Lanthimos, a Greek director and screenwriter, is known for his unusual and obscure films, renowned for their sheer originality.

Directors, writers, actors and producers, The Duplass Brothers have become synonymous with quality American Independent Cinema.

I first discovered Jeff Nichols back in 2013, when I happened to catch Mud in theaters. Not knowing what to expect, I still remember

Abbas Kiarostami was an Iranian filmmaker that was part of the Iranian New Wave, a movement concerning self-reflexive and humanistic films.

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