Thursday, July 27, 2017

Todd Haynes

Saturday, May. 20, 2017

For many younger moviegoers, "Wonderstruck" will be their first Todd Haynes film.

"Depends on what kind of parent you are," Haynes chuckled while sitting in a shady rooftop corner of the Cannes Film Festival's hub, the Palais.

The director's other options aren't quite kid-friendly...

Thursday, May. 18, 2017

The cacophony of the Cannes Film Festival was tamed Thursday by a deaf 14-year-old actress, Millicent Simmonds, whose screen debut is being hailed as a breakthrough.

Todd Haynes' partly wordless fable "Wonderstruck" premiered in competition at Cannes, bringing the festival one of its most...

Thursday, Apr. 13, 2017

A Civil War film by Sofia Coppola, a Ukrainian road movie and a drama about AIDS activism are among the 18 films competing for top prizes this year at the Cannes Film Festival , an international cinema extravaganza that organizers hope can help counter rising nationalist sentiment around the...

Friday, Mar. 31, 2017

Amazon Studios might have a streaming component, but executives say the company is fully committed to the theatrical experience.

The young studio in its second year at CinemaCon, an annual gathering of theater owners and exhibitors, reiterated its commitment to preserving the theatrical...

Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016

Directed by Todd Haynes, the critically acclaimed Carol tells the story of title character Carol Aird (portrayed by Cate Blanchett) and Therese Belvit (Rooney Mara), two women who fall in love in New...

Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016

The National Society of Film Critics has voted “Spotlight” the best picture of 2015.

Society members who gathered Sunday at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York also awarded the film the prize for best screenplay.

The movie...

Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015

Carol, the 1950s’ lesbian romance story adapted by Phyllis Nagy from the Patricia Highsmith novel “The Price of Salt” and directed by Todd Haynes, dominated the New York Film Critics Circle Awards with four honors: Best Picture, Best Director, Best...

Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015

"Carol" is an overwhelmingly beautiful film. It looks like a dream, it sounds like whispered want, and it feels like falling in love in all its stomach turning terror and ecstasy. Even its title rolls elegantly off the tongue.

In "Carol," director...

Monday, Oct. 26, 2015

Earlier this year at the Cannes Film Festival, the independently sponsored 2015 Queer Palm award—recognizing the best in LGBT-themed films and other broadly defined unconventional work—was bestowed upon the Todd Haynes-directed Carol (...

Friday, Oct. 23, 2015

SHOOTonline will publish a Special Directors >e.dition on Monday, October 26, that will contain the entire Directors Series section from SHOOT’s October 23 print issue (including extended versions of some stories).

The lineup of...