Tag Archives: Anton Corbijn

Sundance 2014 Day One

First day of Sundance 2014 was perfect. I started the day with a beautiful film from the World Documentary competition, Thomas Balmes’ Happiness, which was shot and edited like an impeccable narrative. It’s a melancholy tale of Bhutan, a village … Continue reading

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The American

Anton Corbijn does not know how to take a bad photo or make a bad film. I love his lightly affected pacing and think this is an amazing follow up to his film from a few years ago, the beautifully … Continue reading

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