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Director Denis Villeneuve joined DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis to talk about his upcoming film, Blade Runner 2049 - the long-awaited follow up to Ridley Scott's classic 1982 film, Blade Runner. Blade Runner 2049 is in theatres on 6 Oct. Also watch our talk with Harrison Ford: https://youtu.be/Exrt6l3CMys About BLADE RUNNER 2049 Blade Runner 2049 is a stunning epic action film and a sequel to 1982’s Blade Runner. A profound and dangerous discovery threatens to blur the line separating humans from machines forever. Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years. Directed by Denis Villeneuve. Also starring Jared Leto, Robin Wright, Dave Bautista, Ana De Armas, Mackenzie Davis, Sylvia Hoeks, Carla Juri and Lennie James. Moderated by Demis Hassabis, CEO of DeepMind.
BenQ W1700 Home Cinema Projector: http://www.benq.eu/product/projector/w1700 Support the channel: https://www.patreon.com/Storytellers1 PAYPAL: https://www.paypal.me/storytellers1 SPOILERS FOR ENTIRE DENIS VILLENEUVE FILMOGRAPHY (STARTING FROM 'POLYTECHNIQUE') IN VIDEO!! SUBTITLES COMING TOMORROW!:) In this video essay/mini docu, which serves as the final entry into my Denis Villeneuve related series (which include PRISONERS (2013) and SICARIO (2015)), I examine the narrative thread, the structure of his stories, woven through Villeneuve's entire filmography up to this point. By doing this I hope to reveal in part who Denis is not only as an director but as an individual, and what he's trying to achieve with his films. It is advised that you (re)watch my earlier video on PRISONERS (and optionally SICARIO) as it adds another layer of context to this video and will thus enhance the understanding and the experience of this mini docu. However, it is perfectly enjoyable without doing so if you lack the time and/or interest. PRISONERS VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fekd6LcnSyw SICARIO VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vn5vK_tUg3w FOLLOW US: https://twitter.com/storytellervids https://www.facebook.com/storytellervideos/ FILMS USED: - Mulholland Drive, David Lynch, 2001 - 2001: A Space Odyssey, Stanley Kubrick, 1968 - Polytechnique, Denis Villeneuve, 2009 - Incendies, Denis Villeneuve, 2010 - Enemy, Denis Villeneuve, 2013 - Prisoners, Denis Villeneuve, 2013 - Sicario, Denis Villeneuve, 2015 - Arrival, Denis Villeneuve, 2016 - Blade Runner 2049, Denis Villeneuve, 2017 MUSIC USED: 1. Johann Johannsson - Prisoners OST - The Candlelight Vigil 2. Johann Johannsson - Sicario Soundtrack OST - Target 3. Jóhann Jóhannsson - I Can't Find Them - Prisoners 4. Mesa - Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch 5. Johann Johannsson - Through Falling Snow - Prisoners 6. Johann Johannsson - Armoured Vehicle 7. All The Best Memories Are Hers - Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch 8. Tears In The Rain - Blade Runner 2049 Soundtrack 9. On the Nature of Daylight (Full Piano Cover) - Platypuff Business Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org Thomas & Lars Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.
Without a doubt, Denis Villeneuve is one of the most masterful directors working today. The prolific, Canadian auteur has a distinct style that is moody and beautiful, while also being incredibly unnerving. From bold, striking visuals to inconspicuous details, every frame of a Villeneuve film is executed with precision and an expertise of filmmaking craft. And yet, while his style is unique and impactful, it’s actually rather hard to define. You aren’t going to find distinct trademarks like eye-catching whip-pans or attention-grabbing long takes. Villeneuve’s style is subtle and quiet, creeping up on us, and festering under our skin. While his style may not be obvious, its ultimate impact on us certainly is. Watch Now: The early films of Denis Villeneuve, such as Rated R for Nudity, Polytechnique, and REW-FFWD. For other entries in our Moodboard series, check out our deep dives into the styles of Tsai Ming-liang, Jim Jarmusch, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, and John Hughes. Plus check out this article on Villeneuve’s frequent collaborators, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Bradford Young.
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If you want to see one of the best films of 2015, I suggest going to your local theater to watch director Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario. Loaded with great performances, a fantastic script, and tremendous cinematography by Roger Deakins, it’s one of those rare films where everything works perfectly and you walk out remembering why you love cinema. While at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival I landed an extended video interview with Denis Villeneuve. He talked about making Sicario on a limited budget, the editing process, why he hates putting deleted scenes on Blu-rays, and cutting the best shot of his life from Prisoners and making Roger Deakins mad. He also talked extensively about Blade Runner 2, which he will direct. He discussed its script, the various cuts of the first movie, how long it took to convince Roger Deakins to shoot the sequel, and so much more. If you’re a fan of this gifted director I’m sure you will enjoy the interview. Finally, for those that don’t know anything about Sicario, the film stars Emily Blunt as an FBI agent who’s assigned to assist in the war on drugs on the border between the U.S. and Mexico. She sets out on a top-secret mission under the leadership of a questionable consultant (Benicio Del Toro) whose actions make her rethink what she’s committed herself to. Josh Brolin, who plays an elite government task force official, also stars alongside Jon Bernthal, Victor Garber, and Jeffrey Donovan. For more on Sicario, read Adam’s review and why he thinks it’s a serious awards contender in a number of Oscar categories. Denis Villeneuve Time Index: · :10 – Talks about just having wrapped Story of Your Life. · :50 – His reaction when he first read the script. · 2:32 – How Sicario has a link to Prisoners. · 3:00 – Making the movie on a limited budget. · 4:37 – Discusses the editing process. Says if he wasn’t a director, he’d be an editor. · 6:35 – Says there will never be an extended cut of the film, and he hates putting deleted scenes on Blu-rays. · 7:27 – Talks about cutting the best shot of his life from Prisoners and making Roger Deakins mad. · 9:40 – Blade Runner 2. Talks about his “deep fear” of making a sequel to a beloved film. · 11:09 – Talks about the “powerful” script for Blade Runner 2. · 12:23 – On making a sequel that respect what was done but is also its own film. · 14:14 – Which cut of Blade Runner is his favorite, and which is he treating as “canon”? · 15:50 – Talks about how knowing less about the movie going in is better. · 16:50 – How did Harrison Ford finally say “yes” to Blade Runner 2? · 17:28 – Getting Roger Deakins to shoot Blade Runner. For More Collider: http://collider.com/ https://www.facebook.com/colliderdotcom
Subscribe for Roundtables, Box Office Reports, & More! ►► http://bit.ly/THRSubscribe Stay in The Know With all Things Hollywood, Subscribe to THR News! ►► http://bit.ly/Sub2THRNews Denis Villeneuve ('Blade Runner 2049') joins Close Up with The Hollywood Reporter for this season's Directors Roundtable. Subscribe so you don't miss the upcoming full roundtable episode with Angelina Jolie ('First They Killed My Father'), Guillermo del Toro ('The Shape of Water'), Greta Gerwig ('Lady Bird'), Patty Jenkins ('Wonder Woman'), and Joe Wright ('Darkest Hour'). Watch more videos on THR.com: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/video Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HollywoodReporter Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thr Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/hollywoodreporter
Blade Runner 2049 is the latest directorial achievement of Denis Villeneuve, who was previously best known for his feature films Arrival (2016), Sicario (2015), Prisoners (2013), Enemy (2013) and Incendies (2010). In our latest video we explore the 14 signature trademarks of the Oscar-nominated director. Sign up for exclusive updates: http://bit.ly/2oVVB1Q If you like this video, subscribe to our YouTube channel for more. Like ScreenPrism on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/screenprism Follow ScreenPrism on Twitter: http://twitter.com/screenprism Visit ScreenPrism.com: http://screenprism.com/
Director Denis Villeneuve describes the research and advice from Benicio Del Toro and Alfonso Cuarón that helped him accurately portray Mexico in SICARIO. Subscribe to this channel for more exclusive videos from the AFI Archive: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmO_WjaWDwimv8Kl7GHFxAA?sub_confirmation=1 Follow AFI: https://www.facebook.com/AmericanFilm... https://twitter.com/AmericanFilm https://instagram.com/americanfilmins... http://americanfilminstitute.tumblr.com http://www.afi.com
By Denis Villeneuve Based on an original idea by Phoebe Greenberg During an opulent and luxurious banquet, complete with cavalier servers and valets, eleven pampered guests participate in what appears to be a ritualistic gastronomic carnage. In this absurd and grotesque universe, an unexpected sequence of events undermines the endless symphony of abundance. ------ Par Denis Villeneuve D'après une idée originale de Phoebe Greenberg Au cours d’un opulent et luxueux banquet, onze convives, servis sans retenue par des valets et des serviteurs attentionnés, participent à un étrange rituel aux allures de carnage gastronomique. Dans cet univers absurde et grotesque, une succession d’événements viendra secouer la procession de cette symphonie d’abondance.