The Gene Siskel Film Center’s monthlong celebration of Chicago native Haskell Wexler’s centennial concludes May 31.
The veteran filmmaking reflects on his career in film and television, making the transition to directing, and his collaborations with Spike Lee.
Denis Villeneuve’s action thriller is the most formally accomplished thing in multiplexes right now.
Dan Gilroy’s satirical thriller represents a high point in the noted cinematographer’s career.
A portrait of the artists (OK, that might be a stretch) as 18-year-old porno directors
M. Night Shyamalan’s big-budget sci-fi adventure features some of the year’s best cinematography . . . and some of the worst acting, writing, and philosophy.
Gary Graver, Orson Welles’s cinematographer from the late 60s until the mid-80s, died late last week.